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Mr Daniel McDonough is a Kaurna man from Adelaide plains South Australia. Daniel is a passionate researcher and had worked across several projects e.g., Population Health and Ageing and currently transitioned to Adolescent Health & Wellbeing. Mr McDonough is focused on developing a greater understanding of the social and cultural determents of health for Aboriginal communities.

Mr McDonough has conducted foot health research, including the development of new innovative device to measure ankle joint dorsiflexion, and published reliability study. Also published on the evaluation of health websites from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspective.

Daniel has over 10 years’ experience in the disability sector for the Department of Human Services, experienced with various roles in management and being an advocate for people with Disabilities. Currently Daniel is Studying a Master of Public Health (MPH) and completed a Major Research project investigating the use of Medicinal Marijuana for complications of Cerebral Palsy. Daniel is a student representative for Indigenous students from the NIKIRI institute on the Faculty of Health committee.

Research Interests

  • Adolescent Health & Wellbeing
  • Population Health & Ageing
  • Medicinal Cannabis
  • Health Policy
  • Disability
  • Foot Health

Education/Academic qualification

Unknown, Masters, Masters of Public Health, Deakin University, Geelong, Vic, Australia.

12 Mar 201919 Feb 2023

Award Date: 12 Mar 2023

Diploma, Frontline Management, Stanton Institute South Australia

11 Nov 201512 Oct 2017

Award Date: 10 Nov 2017

Certificate, OHS Health & Safety

14 Aug 201324 Nov 2014

Award Date: 26 Nov 2014

Unknown, Certificate, Certificate 111 Disability, Department of Human Services

30 Nov 201112 Nov 2012

Award Date: 10 Nov 2012

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