I am a Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director of the Research Centre for Injury Studies located in the Prevention, Promotion and Primary Health Care Cluster within the School of Medicine. The Research Centre also houses the National Injury Surveillance Unit, a Collaborating Centre of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. I have been working in the field of injury epidemiology for several years and have a special interest in Indigenous injury, child injury, patient safety and policy.
2004 PhD, Psychology (Flinders University)
1995 Honors Degree Bachelor of Science (Psychology) (Flinders University)
1994 Ordinary Degree of Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
Among other things I am responsible for planning and undertaking projects, supervising and advising project staff, representing NISU at local, national and international meetings, and participating in the broader aspects of the work of the Research Centre. I also participate in scientific, policy and advisory meetings, in the University and at State, national and international level.