Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Responding to health impacts of climate change in the Australian desert

David  Campbell

David Campbell

qualifications: MSci

contribution: wrote the first draft

position: Senior economist

Australia

David's background is in natural resource economics, and is located at the Centre for Remote Health in Alice Springs. This is a joint appointment of Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre and the Centre for Remote Healrth. He teaches graduate health eccnomics and is carrying out economic research on health and wellbeing in remote central Australia, especially in regard to the engagement of Aboriginal people with their country.


Mark  Stafford Smith

Mark Stafford Smith

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Science Director, Climate Adaptation Flagship, Sustainable Ecosystems, CSIRO and Project Leader, Science of Desert Living, Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre


Jocelyn  Davies

Jocelyn Davies

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Leader, core project 1: Livelihoods inLand/DK CRC

Australia

Jocelyn Davies is a geographer based in Alice Springs, employed by CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, and a reserach leader for Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre. She leads research directed at stronger livelihoods for Indigenous people through land management.


Pim  Kuipers

A/Prof Pim Kuipers

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: PHC Red research fellow

Australia

Principal Research Fellow & Associate Professor. The Hopkins Centre,Griffith University Research interests: Community based health and service provision; disability service delivery; Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR); 'health outcomes' research; qualitative research methods, primary health care, allied health.


John  Wakerman

Prof John Wakerman

qualifications: MTropHlth

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: Professor and director Centre for Remote health

Australia

John is a Public Health Medicine specialist and general practitioner, with a background in remote primary health care services as a medical practitioner, senior manager and researcher. He has a special interest in remote health services research.


Murray J McGregor

Murray McGregor

qualifications: PhD

contribution: contributed to drafts

position: General manager research


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