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Alexandra Bhatti is a Lecturer teaching into the Master of Public Health program within the Department of Health Systems and Populations since 2017.

She has a background as a clinical physiotherapist over 7 years in the public and private sectors and has worked as a public health practitioner for 10 years at organisations such as NSW Health, The Royal Australasian College of Physicians, The National eHealth Transition Authority, and at the UK’s The Economist Intelligence Unit. She draws on this varied practice across a range of sectors and portfolio areas to ensure her teaching is authentic and reflective of real-world practice. Areas of public health work have included immunisation, policy, tobacco control, eHealth, health research analysis and dissemination of complex health information for a range of audiences.  

Alexandra is a passionate educator. She holds a teaching Fellowship from the UK’s Higher Education Academy and participates in research related to the pedagogy of teaching in addition to public health research. She has been awarded three Vice Chancellor Learning and Teaching Awards (2019/20). Two of these were individual awards (Early Career and Student Nominated) and one was a team Learning Innovation Award. In 2020, Alexandra recieved an Australian Award for University Teaching for her contributions to student learning. 



Foundations of Public Health

Innovation in Leadership, Teamwork and Advocacy

Education/Academic qualification

Teaching Fellowship , United Kingdom Higher Education Academy

Award Date: 13 Mar 2019

Master of International Public Health, with Merit, University of Sydney

Award Date: 1 Apr 2009

Bachelor of Applied Science, Physiotherapy, University of Sydney

Award Date: 1 Apr 2004

External positions

Freelance Health Research Analyst, The Economist Intelligence Unit

2012 → …


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