Research Output per year
Eliza’s background is in Global Development and Public Health, and her interests include disease prevention; the social determinants of health; and gender. She has worked for organisations including Birthing Kit Foundation Australia; the International Organization for Migration (the UN Migration Agency); and the South Australian Council of Social Service. Her qualifications include a Double Bachelor Degree in International Studies and Development Studies, and an Honours Degree of the Bachelor of Health Sciences (Public Health). She is also completing her Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine through James Cook University.
Eliza is the Senior Project Officer for the Capacity Development Platform within Wardliparingga Aboriginal Health Equity. The Platform aims to strengthen the capacity of all researchers working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research; support the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health researchers to increase Indigenous-led research; and ultimately, improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.
Bachelor's Degree (Honours), University of Adelaide
2016 → 2017
Double Bachelor's Degree, University of Adelaide
2012 → 2015
Masters, James Cook University
2018 → …
- Public Health
- Social Determinants of Health
- Project Administration
Why snakebite patients in Myanmar seek traditional healers despite availability of biomedical care at hospitals? Community perspectives on reasonsSchioldann, E., Mahmood, M. A., Kyaw, M. M., Halliday, D., Thwin, K. T., Chit, N. N., Cumming, R., Bacon, D., Alfred, S., White, J., Warrell, D. & Peh, C. A., 28 Feb 2018, In : PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases. 12, 2, e0006299.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article