Who we are

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Ms Fiona Davidson

Fiona Davidson is a PhD student with the School of Population Health, University of Queensland.  Ms Davidson has qualifications in nursing, mental health and social science, and has experience in mental health & alcohol and drug clinical and policy settings.  She is currently employed part time as a Research and Evaluation Officer for the Queensland Forensic Mental Health Service.  Fiona has...
CRE Role: Postgraduate Students
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Mr Michael Doyle

Michael is an early career Aboriginal researcher, with an interest in alcohol and other drug health research in the offender health area. He has worked in Indigenous health in both a service delivery and a policy and planning capacity for over 10 years. Before moving to the Kirby Institute he had worked at the National Drug Research Institute (Curtin University) in Perth. He has a Graduate...
CRE Role: Aboriginal Research Reference Group, Postgraduate Students
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Dr Lise Lafferty

Lise recently completed her PhD, titled, “Relationships Matter: Social capital theory and hepatitis C treatment uptake among men in prison. Lise was a recipient of a National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Research Postgraduate Scholarship while undertaking her PhD research. She is currently co-appointed working at the Centre for...
CRE Role: Postgraduate Students
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Dr Stella Settumba Nalukwago

I am a health economist with experience in costing of interventions, cost of illness studies, economic evaluations, and outcome valuation of health interventions using discrete choice experiments and the contingent valuation method. I am currently applying these health economic methods in various drug and alcohol research settings including drug treatment, drug and alcohol rehabilitation and...
CRE Role: Postgraduate Students