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Bobby Maher

Australian National University

School and College: Research School of Population Health, College of Health and Medicine

ANU Priority Objectives: Health and wellbeing, social and cultural

Research expertise/experience: Ms Maher is an Aboriginal woman (Yamatji), and is a PhD candidate at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH), The Australian National University (ANU). She recently completed a Masters of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) at NCEPH, ANU. Additionally, Ms Maher has completed the Bachelor of Applied Science (Indigenous Australian Research) (Honours), Curtin University. She has experience in qualitative studies and community-based participatory research, including evaluation.

Communities and Community Organisations you have engaged with:

Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation (PWAC), Wadeye, Northern Territory

Gurriny Yealamucka Health Service Aboriginal Corporation, Yarrabah, Queensland

Research interests that you would like to explore: Ms Maher’s research interests are in Indigenous research methodologies; cultural and social determinants of health; social epidemiology; realist evaluation; community-based participatory research; mixed method approaches and longitudinal cohort studies. Undertaking collaborative research in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community organisations, health research institutes and health services is a priority for Ms Maher. Topics of interest include women’s and children’s empowerment and leadership, sexual health, social and emotional wellbeing and Indigenous data sovereignty.

Contact details: bobby.maher@anu.edu.au



Presentations by Bobby Maher
The critical role of community engagement in place-based evaluations: examples of participatory evaluations in Wadeye, NT
The critical role of community engagement in place-based evaluations: examples of participatory evaluations in Wadeye, NT
Tuesday 18th June 4:10pm to 4:15pm


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