Location
61 Queen St. Rm7042
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Dates
  • December 19, 2014 from 10:30am to 12:30pm

Raglan Maddox

Centre for Research and Action in Public Health, University of Canberra

Raglan Maddox has worked with the Australia Government at the DoH on Tackling Indigenous Smoking, lectured and tutored on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, undertaken an internship at the World Health Organization, and volunteered as a Health Promotion Field Officer at the Columbia Asia Medical Centre in Miri, Malaysia. Raglan is a member of the ACT Government’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Tobacco Control Advisory Group. Raglan has a Masters in Public Health and is currently a PhD candidate at the Centre for Research and Action in Public Health, University of Canberra. He is exploring the effectiveness of tobacco control among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the ACT region, with the aim to evaluate, inform and improve community health programs at the grass roots level.