CHP PhD Confirmation - Amelia Hyatt
Global Cervical Cancer Elimination: Determining health system and policy elements for successful implementation and sustainability of cervical cancer elimination strategies
The global burden of cervical cancer is significant, however elimination is possible. This PhD aims to support global cervical cancer elimination by determining a best practice approach for countries around the world to achieve optimum implementation and sustainability of WHO strategies, while concurrently driving health system strengthening and universal health coverage. A policy analysis, stakeholder consultation and expert consensus will be used to develop planning tool for governments to optimise strategies for the treatment and management of invasive disease.
Amelia Hyatt is an NHMRC PhD student at the School of Health Sciences and School of Population and Global Health. Amelia has more than a decade of experience in Health Services Research at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Her research interests and program of work include health policy, health systems, equity, health literacy and communication, and cancer prevention and control. Amelia has also completed her Masters of Public Health at the University of Melbourne.
- Professor Sanchia Aranda, Department of Nursing, School of Health Sciences, University of Melbourne
- Professor Rob Moodie, Centre for Health Policy, School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne
- Professor Karen Canfell, Daffodil Centre, University of Sydney
Date of seminar: 14th June 2023
Time of seminar: 12.30pm to 1.00pm
Venue: Rm 410, 207 Bouverie Street, Carlton
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