Cylie Williams, PhD

Podiatrist (Australia)

Associate Professor Cylie Williams is a health services researcher and podiatrist. She has over 25 years of paediatric clinical experience. During this time her roles have focused on screening and collaborative care of children with foot and leg conditions in public, community health and private practice settings. She has a particular research focus aimed at understanding why some children walk on their tip toes. Cylie has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Podiatry) from Queensland University of Technology, a Masters in Health Science (Health Promotion and Education) from Deakin University and a PhD from Charles Sturt University. She is also a certified Health Informatician (Australasia). Her ongoing research is focused on collaborative care, communication, use of data to guide care, and understanding the impact of strength and gait aids on mobility and foot problems in children.

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