Professional Development for Health Security

Project Details

The Australia Indonesia Health Security Partnership (AIHSP) is promoting stronger Government of Indonesia systems and coordination to prevent, detect and respond to public health and animal health threats.

Over 75% percent of emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) are zoonoses, animal diseases that can be transmitted to humans. EIDs have the potential to exact a heavy economic and social toll on communities and countries where they take hold.

The Nossal Institute is partnering with AIHSP through a co-design process to develop an integrated, multi-step program of Professional Development for Health Security (HS) in Indonesia. The Institute will deliver the first Foundation Course in Indonesia in July 2022.

Researchers

Associate Professor Linda Bennett

Clare Strachan

Dr Angus Campbell

Campbell McKay

Emma Fawcett

Sonja Firth

Dr Melanie Bannister-Tyrrell

Dr JP. Villanueva-Cabezas

Professor Barbara McPake

Dr Tiara Mathias

Collaborators

Dr Gillian LĂȘ, Research Consultant
Professor Benjamin Howden, Doherty Applied Microbial Genomics
Professor Kirsty Buising National Centre for Antimicrobial Stewardship
Professor Linda Blackall Environmental Microbiology Research Centre in the School of BioSciences at the University of Melbourne
Professor Erica Donner is the Director of Industry Partnerships OUTBREAK consortium.
Dr Laura Hardefeldt National Centre for Antimicrobial Stewardship
Dr Kristen Smith, School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne

Funding

This project is funded by DFAT as part of the Australian Government’s official overseas aid program

Research Group

Education and Learning


School Research Themes

Disparities, disadvantage and effective health care



Key Contact

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Department / Centre

Nossal Institute for Global Health

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