Sociocultural approaches and qualitative methodologies for population health

In this program we aim to enhance population health by drawing on social theories from anthropology and sociology and by focussing on qualitative and mixed methods in our teaching (Qualitative Research Analysis) and our research concerning risk perceptions associated with health practices.  

Program Leader

People

People

  • Associate Professor Lyndall Strazdins

  • Associate Professor Jane Dixon

     

Students

  • Ms Mafruha Alam (PhD)

  • Ms Jodie Leu (PhD)

  • Ms Tam Tran (PhD)

  • Ms Mandy Wales (PhD)

  • Ms Ruth Kharis (PhD)

  • Ms Keren Papier (PhD)

  • Ms Wimalin Rimpeekool (PhD)

Projects

  • Opioid overdose prevention and naloxone

  • Food practices, food systems and health in Australia and Thailand

  • Ethical practice in research

  • Experiences of parenting among people who use illicit drugs

  • Women, health and domestic violence

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing

  • Workplace health promotion

  • Workplace regimes and health practices

  • Emergency responses to traffic crashes in Vietnam

  • Mobile health services for maternal and child health in Bangladesh

  • Food and physical activity practices among young working Singaporeans

Partnerships

Opioid overdose prevention and naloxone:

  • Burnet Institute

  • Curtin University

  • The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA

  • Canberra Alliance for Harm Minimisation and Advocacy

Ethical practice in research:

  • University of Sydney

Experiences of parenting among people who use illicit drugs:

  • Australia Catholic University

  • Canberra University

  • Edinburgh Napier University

  • King’s College London

  • University of Edinburgh

  • University of West Scotland

  • University of Leeds

  • Bentley University

  • Southern Connecticut State University

  • Dalhousie University

  • University of British Columbia

Women, health and domestic violence:

  • The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA)

  • Food practices and health in South East Asia

  • National University of Singapore

  • Sukhothai Thammithirat Open University

Opioid overdose prevention and naloxone:

  • Burnet Institute

  • Curtin University

  • The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA)

  • Canberra Alliance for Harm Minimisation and Advocacy

Ethical practice in research:

  • University of Sydney

Experiences of parenting among people who use illicit drugs:

  • Australia Catholic University

  • Canberra University

  • Edinburgh Napier University

  • King’s College London

  • University of Edinburgh

  • University of West Scotland

  • University of Leeds

  • Bentley University

  • Southern Connecticut State University

  • Dalhousie University

  • University of British Columbia

Women, health and domestic violence:

  • The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA)

Food practices and health in South East Asia

  • National University of Singapore

  • Sukhothai Thammithirat Open University

 

 

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