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Editor for Global Health Action. Also supervising and mentoring students in scientific writing and manuscript preparation.
My professional career began in Australia working in economics, public policy development and health services research. I hold a PhD in epidemiology and biostatistics. My responsibilities at EpiGH include supervising and mentoring students in scientific writing and manuscript preparation. Editor with Global Health Action https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/zgha20. The synergy across research, teaching and editorial roles allows capacity building among early career researchers in the translation of their research outputs into peer-reviewed publications for dissemination and policy action.
My research focus has covered non-communicable diseases, population ageing, and social and economic inequalities in health and health care utilization, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. Emerging research interests include access to essential medicines and vaccines, and the social and economic impact of antibiotic resistance on inequalities in global public health.
I supervise students in the Master of Public Health Program and am responsible for the development and implementation of the “From a Thesis to a Paper” course which has financial support from the Taylor & Francis Publishing Company.