Researcher

Dr Lise Marie Lafferty

My Expertise

hepatitis C, injecting drug use, prisoner health, social capital, qualitative research

Keywords

Fields of Research (FoR)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander public health and wellbeing, Public health not elsewhere classified

Biography

Dr Lise Lafferty is a Research Fellow with a co-appointment across the Centre for Social Research in Health and the Surveillance Evaluation and Research Program, The Kirby Institute. Her research interests include people who inject drugs (including those in prison and in the community), blood-borne viruses (particularly hepatitis C), sexual health, and Aboriginal health. She has a community background working with diverse disadvantaged...view more

Dr Lise Lafferty is a Research Fellow with a co-appointment across the Centre for Social Research in Health and the Surveillance Evaluation and Research Program, The Kirby Institute. Her research interests include people who inject drugs (including those in prison and in the community), blood-borne viruses (particularly hepatitis C), sexual health, and Aboriginal health. She has a community background working with diverse disadvantaged communities including people with disabilities, young people at risk of entering the criminal justice system, and Aboriginal communities.  

 


My Grants

 

 


My Qualifications

  • PhD, The Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney (2017)
  • Master of Indigenous Studies, UNSW Sydney (2011)
  • Master of (International) Social Development, UNSW Sydney (2011)

 


My Research Supervision


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