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Wendy Moyle

  • PhD, MHSc, BN, Dip App Sc, RN
  • Program Director, Menzies Health Institute QLD
  • Griffith University
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Professor Wendy Moyle is Program Director of the Menzies Health Institute QLD at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. Professor Moyle’s research expertise is in the areas of dementia, depression and delirium. She has focused her research on finding evidence for best practice in gerontology and in particular dementia. More recently her research focus has been on improving quality of life and evidence for managing BPSD using controlled trials to test psychosocial interventions. She has a keen interest in technologies and her more recent research has tested assistive technologies/social robots and complementary and alternative medicine interventions.


Contemporary Nurse

Editor of Special Issue on Technologies


Recent publications

  • Determinants of medication adherence in older people with dementia from the caregivers’ perspective

    • El-Saifi N
    • Moyle W
    • Jones C
    • et al.
  • Effectiveness of a Virtual Reality Forest on People With Dementia: A Mixed Methods Pilot Study

    • Moyle W
    • Jones C
    • Dwan T
    • et al.

Professional experience

Program Director, Menzies Health Institute QLD

Griffith University

January 2016 - Present

Research Centre Director, Health Practice Innovation

Griffith University

January 2011 - January 2016(5 years)




January 1993 - August 1997(5 years)

Master Health Science


February 1991 - November 1992(2 years)

BN Post Registration

University of South Australia

February 1988 - November 1989(2 years)

Dip App Sci

University of South Australia

February 1988 - November 1988(9 months)

Dip Health Ed


February 1987 - November 1987(9 months)


Dunedin Public Hospital

January 1975 - March 1978(3 years)