National burden of disease study examining the impact of violence against women
Principal chief investigators:
Dr Lynelle Moon, Head, Australian Burden of Disease Unit and Lead Analyst, national component of the Australian Burden of Disease Study, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).
Professor Marie Connolly, Department of Social Work, University of Melbourne.
Ms Kim Webster, Independent Consultant
Ms Julie Ayre, Analyst, Australian Burden of Disease Study, AIHW
Ms Miriam Lum On, Project Manager and Senior Analyst, Australian Burden of Disease Study, AIHW
Ms Michelle Gourley, Head, Indigenous Modelling and Research Unit and Lead Analyst, Indigenous component of the Australian Burden of Disease Study, AIHW
Dr Vanessa Prescott, Senior Analyst, Australian Burden of Disease Study, AIHW
Research partners / team members:
Barry Sandison, CEO, AIHW
Dr Fadwa Al-Yaman, AIHW
Ms Louise York, AIHW
ANROWS Inaugural National Research Conference 2016
This webinar focusses on the methods that underpin the national burden of disease study examining the impact of violence against women project. The webinar includes a presentation by Dr Lynelle Moon, Ms Miriam Lum On and Ms Michelle Gourley from the AIHW. The webinar is divided into four sections, and viewers may jump to the information most relevant to them:
|Section 1||Section 2||Section 3||Section 4|
|Background – Lynelle Moon: 2.05||Methods – Miriam Lum On: 20.05||Results – Michelle Gourley: 45.50||Strengths and limitations – Lynelle Moon: 57.45|
Funded by Australian Commonwealth, state and territory governments under ANROWS’s 2014 core grant round.