School of Allied Health Science and Practice
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Lucy is a Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist and Associate Lecturer within the School of Allied Health Science and Practice. Lucy's work as a speech pathologist has included positions within the Victorian and South Australian Department for Education, with a focus on improving the language and literacy outcomes for students. Her clinical work emphasises collaboration with schools and utilisation of the Response to Intervention framework to inform assessments and interventions that are embedded within school environments. Lucy completed her Master of Speech Pathology in 2016 and is currently undertaking her PhD in the area of adolescents diagnosed with language disorders. Lucy teaches into first, second and third year Speech Pathology courses, as well as the combined Allied Health program.
Date Position Institution name 2021 - ongoing Associate Lecturer, Speech Pathology University of Adelaide 2014 - 2015 Australian Youth Ambassador for Development AusAID 2014 - 2014 Research Internship; Speech Neuroscience Unit University of Melbourne 2013 - 2013 Research Assistant; School of Geography and Environmental Science Monash University 2012 - 2014 Sessional Teaching Staff; School of Geography and Environmental Science Monash University 2012 - 2014 Sessional Teaching Staff; School of Philosophical and Historical Studies Monash University 2010 - 2010 Research Internship Oxfam South Africa
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2015 Award The Speech Pathology Australia National Award for Outstanding Clinical and Academic Achievement; Masters Program Speech Pathology Australia Association Australia - 2015 Award La Trobe University Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement; Speech Pathology La Trobe University Australia - 2013 Fellowship Undergraduate Research Fellowship (Writing Up); Warwick University (UK) & Monash University University of Warwick (UK); Monash University United Kingdom - 2013 Teaching Award The Monash University Deans Commendation for Teaching in the Faculty of Arts Monash University Australia - 2013 Award International Undergraduate Research Conference Prize for Best Conference Presentation University of Warwick & Monash University Australia - 2012 Award Monash University Prize for Top Honours Student (Faculty of Arts) Monash University Australia - 2011 Scholarship Commonwealth Jubilee Honours Scholarship recipient Monash University Australia - 2008 Scholarship Commonwealth Scholarship for Excellence and Equity; Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Program Monash University Australia - 2008 Award Deans Award for Student Academic Excellence, Faculty of Arts. Recipient: Semester 1 2008; Semester 2 2008; Semester 2 2009; Semester 1 2010; Semester 2 2010 Monash University Australia -
Date Institution name Country Title La Trobe University Australia Master of Speech Pathology Monash University Australia Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Monash University Australia Diploma of Languages
Year Citation 2023 Smith, M. G., Farrar, L. C., Gibson, R. J., Russo, R. N., & Harvey, A. R. (2023). Chronic pain interference assessment tools for children and adults who are unable to self‐report: A systematic review of psychometric properties. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 65(8), 1029-1042.
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2013 Farrar, L. (2013). Why Men don’t use Condoms in a HIV pandemic. Reinvention: a Journal of Undergraduate Research.
Year Citation 2013 Farrar, L. (2013). Women, HIV & Marriage: Symbolic barriers to male condom use and the potential for the female condom. In A. Clulow (Ed.), Global Research Student Handbook; Monash University. 2012 Farrar, L. (2012). Affirmative Action policies in South Africa. In A. Clulow (Ed.), Global Research Student Handbook; Monash University.
Year Citation 2013 Farrar, L. (2013). HIV, Women and Marriage: The potential of the female condom in Sub-Saharan Africa. Poster session presented at the meeting of International Conference of Undergraduate Research.
Year Citation 2012 Farrar, L. (2012). Exploring the vulnerability of married women to HIV/AIDS. (Undergraduate Dissertation).
|Coordinator||Course Title||Institution||Course Lv/Code||URL|
|2021||Yes||Communication in Professional Practise||University of Adelaide||HLTH SC 1401||Link|
|2021||Yes||Yes||Yes||Psychological Foundations in Allied Health||University of Adelaide||HLTH SC 1405||Link|
|2013||Yes||Resource Evaluation and Management||Monash University||ATS3554|
|2013||Yes||Power and Poverty: International Development in a Globalising World||Monash University||ATS2628|
|2012-2013||Yes||The Global Challenge||Monash University||ATS1325|
|2012-2013||Yes||Natural Disasters and Human Vulnerability||Monash University||ATS1301|
Date Role Committee Institution Country 2021 - ongoing Member Speech Pathology Program Committee; School of Allied Health Science and Practice University of Adelaide Australia 2021 - ongoing Representative Consumer Advisory Group; School of Allied Health Science and Practice. Speech pathology program representative University of Adelaide Australia
Date Role Membership Country 2019 - ongoing - Department for Education; South Australia - 2018 - ongoing - Department for Education, South Australia - 2016 - ongoing Member Professional Member (Certified Practising); Speech Pathology Australia Australia
Date Title Engagement Type Institution Country 2016 - ongoing Developmental Language Disorder Special Interest Group; Professional Member Scientific Community Engagement Rathdown School, Melbourne -
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