Associate Professor of Public Health, Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney

Associate Professor Angela Dawson is a public health social scientist with expertise in maternal and reproductive health service delivery to priority populations. She has undertaken research into to the delivery of reproductive health services in humanitarian contexts as well as access to abortion and emergency contraceptive pills in Australian and internationally. She has also carried out studies examining the management and referral of women who have experienced domestic violence and care of women with FGM. Angela has undertaken research into innovative approaches to deliver drug and alcohol services to Aboriginal people in NSW and has been involved in the evaluation of Aboriginal child health programs across the state.

Research expertise:

Maternal and reproductive health service delivery
Adolescent sexual and reproductive health
Global health
Sexual and reproductive health in humanitarian settings
Indigenous Australian primary health care
Health promotion and communication

Areas of research supervision:

Global health
Primary health care workforce and service delivery
Maternal and reproductive health
Vulnerable and marginalised populations
Community health
Health communication

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor of Public Health, Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney