Associate Professor Belinda Goodenough is a behavioural scientist who has worked in public health over the past two decades. Her research interests include understanding factors which improve evidence-based practice and leading change in health settings. Belinda is currently the Knowledge Translation Program Manager for the Dementia Training Study Centres (based with the NSW/ACT Centre at the University of Wollongong) and for the Dementia Collaborative Research Centres (based at the University of NSW).

One focus of this role is continuing education of health professionals to improve dementia care. Previously, Belinda enjoyed time at the Sax Institute (Haymarket Sydney), in the role of Operations Director for the 45 and Up Study, and she continues her link with the Sax Institute as a Knowledge Broker in the knowledge exchange program (helping to link policy makers with best evidence).