The Fred Hollows Foundation
Sam Burrow is a Research Coordinator with the HealthInfoNet. Sam has worked in various research roles for 20 years, primarily in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and education sectors. Most recently she has worked with David Aanundsen from The Fred Hollows Foundation in the collaborative development and evaluation of various knowledge exchange products (including infographics, short videos, webinars and podcasts) for the HealthInfoNet's Eye Health webpages.
David Aanundsen is a Program Officer in the Indigenous Australia Program of The Fred Hollows Foundation. David is an Aboriginal man from WA and has worked in various roles in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health for the past 20 years. One of his current roles is collaborating with HealthInfoNet on the development of various knowledge exchange products for the HealthInfoNet's Eye health webpages.
Prof. Neil Drew is Director of the Australia Indigenous HealthInfoNet (www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au) He is a social psychologist with over 25 years’ experience working with a diverse range of communities and groups. He has worked with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities since beginning his career as a volunteer at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Medical Service in far North Queensland. He was psychologist for the Department of Family Services in Queensland working with young offenders and the victims of child sexual abuse. Prior to joining the HealthInfoNet Neil held various positions at the University of Notre Dame Australia. He is co-author of chapters in the recently published text, Working Together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Mental Health Wellbeing Principles and Practice (2010/14) and co-author of Social Psychology and Everyday Life (2010).