Craig Sinclair

Dr, BA BSc W.Aust.

  • The University of Western Australia (M709), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Personal profile


Graduated from UWA in 2004 with a BA/BSc. (Hons Psych.). Completed a PhD in Psychology at UWA in 2009, before moving to Albany in 2010 and taking up a research position in the Rural Clinical School of WA.

Future research

Future research projects include: continued work aimed at understanding the factors which influence the decision to engage in advance care planning, research into medical decision making and supporting legal capacity among older adults.

Funding overview

Research projects have been funded through the Rural Clinical School of WA, and the State Health Research Advisory Committee (SHRAC)

Previous positions

Research officer at Centre for Clinical Research in Neuropsychiatry (UWA) during 2009.

Current projects

Investigating the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of targeted advance care planning interventions among patients with severe respiratory disease in a metropolitan tertiary hospital and in a rural setting.

Advance care planning in residential aged care facilities

Teaching overview

Supervising undergraduate medical students in Rural Health Research Option Units (RMED3401/3402 and RMED4401/4402)


Rural and remote health, cancer and palliative care, advance care planning, clinical practice improvement, rural mental health, health promotion, arts/health

Research expertise keywords

  • Advance care planning
  • Palliative care
  • Ethics and law in end of life care
  • Online mental health resources
  • Qualitative research methods


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