Jo Durham – Senior Research Fellow: Evaluation

Jo Durham is a senior lecturer, researcher and evaluator with AusHSI and the QUT School of Public Health and Social Work. She works with governments, development agencies and communities to find practical solutions for reducing health inequities and vulnerability to disasters.

Jo has previously held positions as a Country Program Director and advisor in international development in organisations such as the UN Development Programme, UNICEF and the Ministry of Labour Social Welfare, Laos.

Her current research interests include cross-cultural community based research; refugee, migrant and ethnic minority health; mixed and cross-cultural methods; theory based evaluation; and realist approaches to research and evaluation

Jo supervises higher degree research students involved in practical areas of health and disasters, including health equity, refugee, migrant and ethnic minority health, health aspects of disasters, the burden of injury from explosive remnants of war and participatory and realist approaches.

Further information, including publications, can be found on Jo’s QUT profile.

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