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Debbie is a Senior Research Fellow at Monash University, and the Strategic Lead of The National Addiction and Mental Health Surveillance Unit at Turning Point. She is a public health researcher with a nursing background. Debbie has worked on a number of projects with WHO, UNICEF and ISPCAN on data issues.  She is an active member of the Australian Injury Prevention Network (AIPN). She currently sits on the Executive Committee and chairs their Sub-committee on Intentional Injury.

Debbie's research interests focus on the use of surveillance systems to improve the understanding of harms associated with alcohol and drugs - particularly those associated with intentional injury (suicide and self harm, family violence, child maltreatment). 

External positions

Chair Subcommittee on alcohol and other drugs in injury, Australian Injury Prevention Network

Jul 2020 → …

Research area keywords

  • Intentional injury prevention
  • Family violence
  • Alcohol and drug
  • Injury surveillance
  • Child safety and well-being
  • Public health


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