Associate Professor Jacqueline Stephens

Associate Professor in Public Health Regulatory Science

College of Medicine and Public Health

place Health Sciences (2.15)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Dr Jacqueline Stephens is an epidemiologist who conducts research focused on access to healthcare and eliminating healthcare inequity, particularly for those living in rural and remote locations. Her research uses data linkage and ‘big data’ in a mixed methods approach by contextualising the epidemiological findings with community narratives to better understand the context of the epidemiological data.

More information about her work can be found on her ResearchNow Profile.

Qualifications

PhD, MPH, BSC(Hon), GradCertEmgDisMgmt

Teaching interests

Dr Stephens is the topic coordinator for the following topics:

She is part of the teaching team, or provides guest lectures, for the following topics:

  • MMED9150, Advanced Studies: Epidemiology
  • PHCA9501, Social Determinants of Health
  • HLTH3108, Contemporary Issues in Health Service Management

She has previously been the topic coorindator for the following topics: PHCA9520 (Epidemiology for Practice).

She provides supervision for higher degree by research students (Hons, MPH, PhD), as well as MD Advanced Studies and FHMRI Summer Scholarship placements.

Supervisory interests
Child health
Chronic ear disease
Disaster health
Epidemiology
Health data linkage
Health equity
Infectious diseases
Patient experience
Population health
Public health
Women's health
Higher degree by research supervision
Current
Principal supervisor: Data linkage: Kidney health (1), Epidemiology: Maternal healthcare (2), Epidemiology: Ear Health (1)
Associate supervisor: Epidemiology: STI screening (1)
Completion
Associate supervisor: Machine Learning (1), Patient decision making: Surgery (1)
Expert for media contact
Epidemiology
Public health
Rural and remote health
Data Linkage
Disaster & Emergency Risk Reduction
Infectious Disease
Mixed methods research
Otitis media / Ear Infection
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Media expertise
  • Epidemiology
  • Public health
  • Rural and remote health
Interests
  • Data Linkage
  • Disaster & Emergency Risk Reduction
  • Infectious Disease
  • Mixed methods research
  • Otitis media / Ear Infection
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