Project Title

‘Exploring Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Public Health Professionals health knowledges on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Public Health’

Supervision

A/Prof Lisa FitzgeraldProf Chelsea WategoDr Bryan Mukandi

Publications

Journal Article. Lee, Natasha (2020). Addressing the knowledge gap of Indigenous public health: reflections from an Indigenous public health graduate. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 49 (2), 110-118. Doi 10.1017/jie.2020.15

Journal Article. Whop, Lisa J., Butler, Tamara L., Lee, Natasha., Cunningham, Joan., Garvey, Gail., Anderson, Kate., Condon, John R., Tong, Allison., Moore, Suzanne., Maher, Clare M., Mein, Jacqueline K., Warren, Eloise F., Brotherton, Julia M.L. (2022). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women's views of cervical screening by self-collection: a qualitative study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 1-9. Doi.org/10.1111/1753-6405.13201

Researcher biography

Natasha is a Mualgal (Torres Strait), Yidinji, Kullilli and Dunghutti woman who grew up in Brisbane and Innisfail. She is a trained public health professional who holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology & Sociology and a Master of Public Health (UQ). Her work experience involves community engagement, project management, health research and co-designing national policies and strategies pertaining to Indigenous program delivery. Her experience spans across tertiary education, health research institute, Indigenous community controlled health sector and within public service, both State and Commonwealth.