In ICN member introductions
May 13, 2022
Hello! I am Brad Bloomfield, and I am a lecturer in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) at Monash University and I’m based in Melbourne, Australia. 1. What N-of-1 and single-case projects are you working on right now? I’m interested in the use of telehealth to support families and schools gain skills in behaviour support strategies. I am currently working on a teacher training study on classroom management strategies and parent training in paediatric feeding intervention study. 2. What excites you most about the field of N-of-1 trials and single-case designs? I really like how direct the impact of the intervention can show changes in observed behaviour in a socially significant way. There is a lot of flexibility within these designs that support individualised systems of supports. 3. Why did you join the ICN? I enjoy using single case research design in my program of research and also teach this to the students in the course I teach. I am really interested to expand my understanding of single-case research outside the field of ABA and build connections with other scholars and practitioners in the field.