Prof Steven Guthridge

Professor - Child Development, Population Health and Policy, Menzies School of Health Research

Prof Steven Guthridge

Steven Guthridge is a public health physician and medical epidemiologist with a diverse background in clinical services, health service management and research. Until recently he was the Director of a research and analysis branch, within the NT Department of Health, with responsibility for specialised projects in epidemiology and health economics to inform health policy and services. His research publications have covered areas of specific relevance to the Northern Territory including burden of disease and injury, health workforce, chronic disease prevalence and child development. He commenced with Menzies in early 2018 where he will continue his interests in population health and health services research, including a responsibility for the continued development of research involving linked data.

Related sessions
Thursday 29 August 2019
1.30pm – 3.00pm

Major concurrent session

Indigenous housing and health

The intersection between housing and health is well recognised. Unsafe or poor quality housing can have a detrimental impact on the physical and mental health of communities and individuals. This presents opportunities and challenges for providing services to Indigenous communities in the Territory and across regional Australia. This series of evidence-based presentations, followed by a ... view