Adriana Parrella

Dr, PhD, GDPH, BTchg

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Adriana is a Research Fellow at the Wardliparingga Unit and joined the team in July 2018. The focus of her work is to investigate culturally appropriate models of aged care for older Aboriginal peoples. Prior to this position she spent over 15 years working in the public health research field on projects covering influenza surveillance in the community, maternal immunisation in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) women, adolescent immunisation, health services research and most recently, the evaluation of a state government workplace health promotion program focussing on improving lifestyle risk factors for chronic disease across industry sectors.    In 2014 she was awarded her Phd for her mixed methods research on vaccine safety surveillance systems “An exploratory study of parental and healthcare provider awareness of vaccine safety surveillance reporting systems


  • Population health
  • Cultural safety
  • Aged Care
  • Health services research
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health


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