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APACPH

2175 K Street, NW, Suite 810H

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20037

United States

Company Description

APACPH is an international non-profit organization registered in Honolulu, USA as a 501(c)(3) corporation, comprising many of the largest and most influential schools of Public Health in the Asia-Pacific region and dedicated to improving professional education... more

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Employment History

Manager, Developing Countries Project

Black Dog Institute


Affiliations

The University of Western Australia

Member


University of WA

Member


Western Sydney University

Principal Research Fellow


University of New South Wales

Fellow


The Australian Psychological Society Ltd

Member of the Interest Groups On Aboriginal Issues


Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit and the School of Public Health & Community Medicine

Senior Research Fellow


School of Public Health and Community Medicine

Senior Research Fellow


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www.apacph.org

Many thanksto our facilitator,Dr Ilse Blignault from University of New South Wales and to our host at the National Institute of Public Health, Japan who also organised the session on 'Field Training in Public Health' directly after the ECN session and the 'NIPH night'.


www.sphcm.med.unsw.edu.au

Dr Ilse Blignault
Senior Research Fellow, BSc (Hons) UNSW; MClinPsych ANU;PhD UWA, MIH Curtin Dr Blignault is a Senior Research Fellow at Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit and the School of Public Health and Community Medicine. She has broad interests in research and service/policy development in cross-cultural contexts including Indigenous health, multicultural health and international health. Specific areas of research include the social and emotional well-being of Indigenous Australians, transcultural mental health, primary mental health care and telehealth. Another major area of interest is the development of research and evaluation methods (including issues of data availability and quality) and ethical frameworks suitable for a multicultural society. Dr Blignault is a registered psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) Interest Groups on Aboriginal Issues, Aboriginal People and Psychology; Psychology and Cultures; and Rural and Remote Psychology. She has over 25 years' experience in the health sector in Australia (NSW, ACT, NT, WA, QLD) and overseas (UK and Malaysia and the Solomon Islands), and has worked as a clinician, researcher, educator and manager.


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Dr Ilse Blignault
Senior Research Fellow Dr Blignault is a Senior Research Fellow at Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit and the School of Public Health & Community Medicine. She has broad interests in research and service/policy development in cross-cultural contexts including Indigenous health, multicultural health and international health. Specific areas of research include the social and emotional well-being of Indigenous Australians, transcultural mental health, primary mental health care and telehealth. Another major area of interest is the development of research and evaluation methods (including issues of data availability and quality) and ethical frameworks suitable for a multicultural society. Dr Blignault is a registered psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) Interest Groups on Aboriginal Issues, Aboriginal People and Psychology; Psychology and Cultures; and Rural and Remote Psychology. She has over 25 years' experience in the health sector in Australia (NSW, ACT, NT, WA, QLD) and overseas (UK and Malaysia and the Solomon Islands), and has worked as a clinician, researcher, educator and manager. Ilse Blignault


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Ilse Blignault
Ilse Blignault Departemnt of General Practice University of Western Australia 328 Stirling Highway Nedlands WA 6010 Ilse Blignault, Research Officer Clive Ryder, Research Assistant for Carnarvon study Blignault, I (1995). Getting on Top of the Grog. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 19, 30-32. Blignault, I and Ryder, C (1994).


sphcm.med.unsw.edu.au

Dr Ilse Blignault
Senior Research Fellow, BSc (Hons) UNSW; MClinPsych ANU;PhD UWA, MIH Curtin Dr Blignault is a Senior Research Fellow at Muru Marri and the School of Public Health and Community Medicine. She has broad interests in research and service/policy development in cross-cultural contexts including Indigenous health, multicultural health and international health. Specific areas of research include the social and emotional well-being of Indigenous Australians, transcultural mental health, primary mental health care and telehealth. Another major area of interest is the development of research and evaluation methods (including issues of data availability and quality) and ethical frameworks suitable for a multicultural society. Dr Blignault is a registered psychologist and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS) Interest Groups on Aboriginal Issues, Aboriginal People and Psychology; Psychology and Cultures; and Rural and Remote Psychology. She has over 25 years' experience in the health sector in Australia (NSW, ACT, NT, WA, QLD) and overseas (UK and Malaysia and the Solomon Islands), and has worked as a clinician, researcher, educator and manager.


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