Focus areas
Disadvantage; quantitative and qualitative research methodologies; care; accessibility

Senior Research Fellow

Amber joined the Social Policy and Research Centre in August 2019. She holds a PhD in Developmental Psychology, and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), from the University of Sydney. Amber’s research interests are in improving access and provision of care services. She has previously held research and project management roles in acute/hospital care and community nursing.

Amber works in the Inclusive Communities team, with a focus on access to care. Current projects include an evaluation of a pilot interim case management service, and a review of how people with disability but without NDIS funding are able to access support.


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Selected BSL publications

Mills, A 2022, Critical Interim Support pilot year 1 results (Snapshot)

Mills, A & Finnis, J 2020, Older people and aged care (COVID-19 Insights)

Mills, A, Ng, S, Finnis, J, Grutzner, K & Raman, B 2020, Hidden in plain sight: the impact of the COVID-19 response on mature-age low-income people in Australia