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ANZJPH Editors & Editorial Board


 

 

 

 

Professor John Lowe
  Editor in Chief ANZJPH     

Professor John Lowe was Editor of the Australian and NewZealand Journal of Public Health (1998-2000) and prior to that, Editor of the Health Promotion Journal of Australia. He is Professor and Head of the School of Health and Sport Sciences at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. His research interests are in cancer control and prevention and injury prevention. Since 1980, he has worked in the area of intervention studies for the cessation of smoking among adults, pregnant women, and the prevention and cessation of smoking among youth. He is internationally known for his work in the area of skin cancer prevention. Today, Professor Lowe continues to focus his research on community development and empowerment to make sustainable long-term changes to promote health. His previous posts include Professor and Head of the Department of Community and Behavioural Health, College of Public Health, University of Iowa in the US. While at the University of Iowa, he also held the position of Associate Director for Population Science of the Holden Comprehensive Cancer Centre and directed two research centres, the CDC funded Iowa Prevention Research Centre and the Iowa Tobacco Research Centre. Prior to this he was Director of the Cancer Prevention Research Centre at the University of Queensland, Faculty of Medicine. Professor Lowe received his doctorate in Community Health/Behavioural Science from the University of Texas Health Science Centre, School of Public Health. He is a Fellow of both the Australian Health Promotion Association and the American Academy of Health Behaviour.

Editor: Dr Priscilla Robinson

Priscilla Robinson is the academic co-ordinator for Master of Public Health program at La Trobe University in Victoria. She has extensive fieldwork and teaching experience having worked in primary health and public health departments in both Victoria and in England; she has been both a student and teacher at several Victorian universities, maintaining working relationships with various ongoing adjunct appointments. She has represented Australian Network of Academic Public Health Institutions at meetings in Europe and Canada, contributing to the debates on public health competencies, regulation or public health teaching and registration of public health practitioners. She supervises and teaches student research and is passionate (obsessive?) about methodological rigour, regardless of method. Her research interests are broadly described as epidemiological but wide ranging, covering communicable diseases, international health, and the relationship between the arts and public health (not as divergent as this might seem). As well as a range of academic papers she has contributed book chapters to works on public health law and public health practice, and to major reports on risk communication. She has considerable experience in, and is an enthusiastic reviewer of, papers and books for this and several other journals.

Editor: Professor Alistair Woodward

Alistair Woodward brings with him past experience with this Journal and adding the necessary expertise for assessing the good proportion of papers that are submitted from New Zealand. Alistair Woodward is Head of the School of Population Health at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. He studied medicine at the University of Adelaide, Australia and after hospital and general practice, undertook postgraduate training in public health in the UK. He returned to Adelaide to the Department of Community Medicine, and for several years was one of the editors of Community Health Studies, the forerunner of the ANZJPH. His research and teaching interests include environmental health, tobacco control and social epidemiology. He has been a member of the writing group of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for the past three assessment reports. Spare time is for mountains, books and riding bicycles.

Editor: Associate Professor Anna Ziersch

Anna Ziersch is a qualitative and quantitative social scientist with a background in social psychology. She is a Senior Research Fellow in the Southgate Institute for Health, Society and Equity at Flinders University and is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow. She has worked in public health research in both the UK and Australia and has an overarching interest in health inequities, in particular multidisciplinary and multimethod approaches to understanding the social determinants of health.  Her current research interests include stigma and discrimination and their role in health inequities; social capital and social inclusion; employment and health including the impact of redundancy and precarious employment; social features of housing and neighbourhoods that affect health; and refugee health.

Editor: Lin Fritschi

Professor Lin Fritschi is a cancer epidemiologist with a particular interest in occupational causes of cancer. She has a medical degree from the University of Queensland, a PhD in epidemiology from the Australian National University and is a Public Health Physician with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. She heads the Epidemiology Group at the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research within the University of Western Australia. Lin has led many large case-control and cohort studies and has a total career funding of over $20 million. She is particularly interested in improving the way we assess historical exposure to chemicals at work and has developed a web-based application (OccIDEAS) to assist in this task (www.occideas.org). She has published nearly 200 peer-reviewed publications in national and international journals and holds an NHMRC Senior Research Fellowship.

Editor: Sandra Campbell

Sandra Campbell is an epidemiologist (MAE, PhD) with a professional background in nursing and midwifery. She is a Research Fellow in the School of Population Health at the University of South Australia. She also holds an Adjunct Research Fellow position at James Cook University in Cairns, where she is located. She has worked as a nurse and midwife in remote, rural and urban Aboriginal communities in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Victoria. She is an early career researcher and her main research interests are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mothers and babies health, pre-pregnancy health, chronic disease epidemiology and tobacco control.

Editor: Melissa Haswell

Melissa Stoneham brings with her, skills in environmental health, health promotion, public health policy and public health advocacy. Throughout her career, she has worked within the local government sector, a number of state government agencies, International Aid Agencies (Africa and the Pacific) and with QUT and Curtin Universities.  Melissa currently holds the position of Deputy Director with the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA based at Curtin University. Her current research interests revolve around evaluating advocacy strategies particularly in the areas of Aboriginal health, local government policy and practices, skin cancer prevention and environment and health. Melissa is a Fellow of both the Public Health Association and Environmental Health Australia.

Editorial Board 

 Professor Ross Bailie
Menzies School of Health Research, Northern Territory

Professor Gabriele BammerNational Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health,
The Australian National University, ACT

Professor Joan Cunningham
Menzies School of Health Research, Northern Territory


Professor Rachel Davey
Faculty of Health, Canberra University, ACT

Professor Chris Del Mar
Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine, Bond University, Queensland

Professor  Catherine DEste
Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Newcastle, New South Wales

Professor Kevin Dew
School of Social and Cultural Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Professor Annette Dobson
School of Population Health, University of Queensland, Queensland

Professor Gary Dowsett
Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, Victoria

Professor Janet Hiller
Faculty of Health Science, Australian Catholic University, Victoria

Dr Rhys Jones
School of Population Health, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Assoc. Prof. Heath Kelly
School of Population Health, The University of Melbourne, Victoria

Professor John Lynch
School of Population Health, University of South Australia, South Australia

Professor Robyn McDermott
School of Population Health, University of South Australia, South Australia

 

Professor Rob McGee
Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago, New Zealand

Professor Terry Nolan
School of Population and Global Health, the University of Melbourne, Victoria

Assoc. Prof. Yin Paradies
Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University, Victoria

Professor Bryan Rodgers
National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University, ACT

Assoc. Prof. Peter Sainsbury
Director, Population Health, South Western Sydney and Sydney Local Health Districts, New South Wales

Professor Cindy Shannon
Pro-Vice Chancellor (Indigenous Education),The University of Queensland, Queensland

Professor Alan Shiell
Centre of Excellence in Intervention and Prevention Science (CEIPS), Victoria.

Dr Jackie Street
School of Population Health, The University of Adelaide, South Australia

Assoc. Prof. David Thomas
Menzies School of Health Research, Northern Territory

Dr Martin Tobias
Ministry of Health, New Zealand

Dr Gavin Turrell
School of Public Health and Social Work , Queensland University of Technology, Queensland

Professor Alison Venn
Menzies Research Institute, Tasmania

Assoc. Prof. Andre Renzaho
Department of Epidemiology & Preventative Medicine, Monash University, Victoria


 

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