Teegan Green, a business PhD candidate affiliated with the Centre of Research Excellence in Telehealth, has advanced to the finals of The University of Queensland Three Minute Thesis competition after being awarded first place in the Faculty of Business, Economics, and Law (BEL) round of the competition.
Teegan’s winning presentation, ‘Trust Me, I’m a (Tele) Doctor,’ focused on the low level of how to establish trust surrounding online health care, and the strong research surrounding the importance and benefits of moving towards digital healthcare.
Teegan’s PhD is about understanding what happens when we take services that are typically thought of as face-to-face, and then deliver them virtually. Her principal advisors are Dr Nicole Hartley and Dr Nicole Gillespie from the UQ Business School. A/Prof Anthony Smith is Teegan’s associate advisor.