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I am a public health practitioner and teaching fellow, with a clinical background in physiotherapy that joined Macquarie University in February 2016.
My varied practice in the field of public health across a range of sectors and portfolio areas over 10 years and additional 7 years working as a physiotherapist allows me to draw on these experiences and apply them to my teaching. Areas of work have included immunisation, policy, global health, climate change, tobacco control and eHealth.
I also work as a freelance Health Research Analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit in London, where I provide critical appraisal of a wide variety of health research for various audiences.
I teach into the Master of Public Health and am the unit convenor of the Foundations of Public Health unit and the Innovations in Leadership, Teamwork and Advocacy unit.
In 2018 I was awarded a Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Learning and Teaching Citation Award for creating an interactive and engaging online learning environment for students.
Master of International Public Health, with merit, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Applied Science, Physiotherapy, University of Sydney
Freelance Health Research Analyst, The Economist Intelligence Unit2012 → …
An electronic clinical decision support tool to assist primary care providers in cardiovascular disease risk management: Development and mixed methods evaluationPeiris, D. P., Joshi, R., Webster, R. J., Groenestein, P., Usherwood, T. P., Heeley, E., Turnbull, F. M., Lipman, A. & Patel, A. A., Oct 2009, In : Journal of Medical Internet Research. 11, 4, p. 1-17 17 p., e51.
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