Dr Carly Meyer

Senior Research Fellow

School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences


Dr. Carly Meyer is a speech pathologist who is passionate about improving the uptake and effectiveness of allied health services for people of all ages living with a communication disability. Carly is specifically interested in the development, implementation, and evaluation of patient- and family-centred models of care in audiology and speech pathology using an implementation science approach; and in the application of eHealth to promote patient empowerment and better self-management among adults and children with hearing loss (and their families), caregivers of people with hearing loss and dementia, and people with Down syndrome. Carly is a Senior Research Fellow at The University of Queensland and is affiliated with the University of Queensland Centre for Hearing Research.

Research Interests

  • Hearing rehabilitation in older adults
  • Communication disability in Down syndrome
  • Patient- and family-centred care


  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Speech Pathology, The University of Queensland


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