Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Five enablers to deliver safe water and effective sewage treatment to remote Indigenous communities in Australia

Nina L Hall

Dr Nina Hall

qualifications: PhD

contribution: Study conception and design, Acquisition of data, Analysis and interpretation of data, Drafting of manuscript, Critical revision

position: Senior Lecturer

Dr Nina Lansbury Hall is a researcher on environmental health within The University of Queensland’s School of Public Health. Her current research at UQ examines the implementation challenges and opportunities for the UN Sustainable Development Goals; and sustainable provision and evaluation of water, sanitation and hygiene in development, including in remote Indigenous communities on both mainland Australia and in the Torres Strait. She is also investigating the impacts of climate change on human and environmental health. This involves a role as lead author on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (WG II, AR6). Within the research sector, she was previously a senior research scientist at CSIRO, manager of the Sustainable Water program at The University of Queensland, and senior research consultant at the Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS. Within the non-government sector, she was the director of the Climate Action Network Australia and research coordinator at the Mineral Policy Institute.


Amanda  Lee

Prof Amanda Lee

qualifications: PhD

contribution: Study conception and design, Drafting of manuscript, Critical revision

position: Professor of Nutrition


Wendy E Hoy

Prof Wendy Hoy

qualifications: PhD, BMMS

contribution: Study conception and design, Drafting of manuscript, Critical revision

position: Professor


Sandra  Creamer

Prof Sandra Creamer

qualifications: B Law

contribution: Critical revision

position: Adjunct Professor

Sandra Creamer is the CEO of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance (NATSIWA) and Adjunct Professor of Public Health at the University of Queensland. She is a Wannyi/Kalkadoon woman, an academic and legal officer. Sandra has worked with Indigenous women in Australia and globally, and believes it is important to empower Indigenous women for self-determination, equality on their rights as well as understanding how they can challenge issues that affect their communities. Sandra was awarded an AM in 2019 for her service to Indigenous women.


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