• UNSW Sydney
  • Australia
In programme
  • October 24 15:25 to 15:40
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Dr Sally Nathan is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Public Health and Community Medicine at UNSW, Sydney. Sally’s research has focused on the use of innovative mixed-method approaches to measure and understand complex behavioural and social change. Her research also seeks to engage and partner directly with vulnerable/marginalised communities and the organisations that advocate with them, including major Non-Government Organisations in Australia. Sally has published on consumer and community participation in health service decision-making, advocacy, sport for social change and alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment programs for adolescents. She has led over $2 million in peer-review funded research grants in the last 10 years, most with a focus on ‘at-risk’ youth, including current research to understand the characteristics, experiences and pathways among adolescents referred to AOD treatment.

Hours & Dates

  • Plenary session
  • Poster session
  • Big debate
  • Structured session
  • Workshop
  • Oral presentation session
  • Short communication session
  • Poster guided tour