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We had a win Colong Gardens of Stone might be left alone. We are impressed Colong 21 million-plus protected hectares of wilderness. We have a need Colong Our ecosystems buckling under the stress of human ignorance. We feel distress Colong Solisthalgia upset homesick soullessness. We are inseparable Colong Gamilaroi Dharug …

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Croakey social journalism for health independent media company

Croakey social journalism for health independent media company

Role: Board member and contributing editor; participant in publishing and presenting about social journalism and justice health issues. Links Croakey Health Media. (2020). Stories from #JusticeCOVID. Cygnet: Author. Retrieved from https://www.croakey.org/grave-fears-for-safety-of-children-and-other-prisoners-during-pandemic/ Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia, online December 2020. Williams, M., Ketchell, M. (The Conversation), Thompson, D. (The …

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Career Pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals

Career Pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals

Lowitja Institute (SN04525) 2017-2019 Role: Aboriginal-led, with Team Investigators contributing to ethical clearance applications, data collection tool design, data analysis, reporting and governance. Team: Dr Sally Nathan, Assoc Prof Ilse Blignault, Mr Jamie Newman, Mr Phil Naden, Dr Lois Meyer, Dr Megan Williams, Ms Sally Fitzpatrick, Ms Telphia-Leanne Joseph, Ms …

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Positive Life Pathways for Vulnerable Adolescents, with Ted Noffs Foundation

Australian Research Council (LP140100429) 2013-2018, extended to mid-2019 Role: Chief Investigator F; oversight of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data analysis, student supervision, writing for publication, Chair of Aboriginal Advisory Committee. Team: Dr Sally Nathan, Dr Patrick Rawstorne, Professor Andrew Hayen, Dr Joanne Bryant, Professor Eileen Baldry, Dr Megan Williams, …

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STRengthening systems for InDigenous healthcare Equity (CRE-STRIDE)

National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Centre of Research Excellence (APP1170882) 2019-2024 Role: Chief Investigator G Team: Dr Veronica Matthews, Prof Ross Bailie, Assoc Prof Roxanne Bainbridge, Prof Sarah Larkins, Assoc Prof Megan Passey, Assoc Prof Janya McCalman, Dr Megan Williams, Dr Nikki Percival, Assoc Prof Catrina Felton-Busch, Prof …

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Strengthening access to best evidence based care for people with palliative care needs in Australian prisons: A national co-design and capacity building project

(GO1995); a National Palliative Care Project: Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing 2020-2023 Role: Chief Investigator; leadership Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community engagement, convening Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Working Group, contribution to visual identity, ethics applications, research design, data analysis and reporting. Team: Prof Jane Phillips (lead) with …

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Bangamalhana: A collaborative throughcare program for young Aboriginal women transitioning from prison to community

National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Targeted Call for Research (APP1154002) 2019-2023 Role: Chief Investigator B Team: Prof Elizabeth Sullivan, Assoc Prof Megan Williams, Assoc Prof Melissa Kang, Prof Juanita Sherwood, Prof Eileen Baldry, Dr Julia Bowman, Prof James Brown, Dr Sungwong Chan, Ms Faye Worner, Dr Sarah Wayland. …

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Indigenous Mental Health Intervention Program (IMHIP) – Youth

Medical Research Futures Fund (MRFF) 2019 Indigenous Health Research (App1200300) 2020-2024 Role: Chief Investigator B Team: Assoc Prof Ed Heffernan, Assoc Prof Megan Williams, Assoc Prof Scott Harden, Prof James Scott, Dr Marshall Watson, Assoc Prof Stephen Stathis, Prof Stuart Kinner, Dr Carla Meurk, Dr Megan Steele, Mr Gregory Pratt …

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SHINE for Kids Keeping Us Together program evaluation

Queensland Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women 2020-21 Role: Chief Investigator; leadership Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community engagement, convening Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Working Group, contribution to visual identity, ethics applications, research design, data analysis and reporting. Team: Distinguished Prof Elizabeth Sullivan, Assoc Prof Megan Williams, Dr …

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