Dr Ben Coghlan works on a variety of topics across epidemiological training and studies including mortality surveys in resource-constrained settings, emerging infections and control of communicable diseases, and impact evaluation of health programs.
Ben is a doctoral research candidate with the Monash University’s School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine. He also supports MPH teaching in field methods for program planning and evaluation, and in the health of refugee populations.
2017: Program Director, Expansion Programs (Health Security), Burnet Institute
- MBBS, University of Melbourne
- MPH&TM, James Cook University
Accelerating healthy agriculture and nutrition
ANCP – Kickstarting antimicrobial resistance responses in PNG (KICK AMR)
Australia Awards Fellowship: KICK-AMR to Address Antimicrobial Resistance
COMBAT AMR: Mitigating the threat of Antimicrobial Resistance in Pacific Island Countries
Fleming Fund Country Grant – Papua New Guinea
Integrated solutions for healthy birth, growth, and development in Lao PDR
SCOOP: Strengthening COVID-19 Communication in Pregnancy
The production of guidance for the laboratory sector to prepare for emergency situations
- Antimicrobial resistance in the Pacific Island countries and territories.
Loftus M, Stewardson A, Naidu R, Coghlan B, Jenney A, Kepas J, Lavu E, Munamua A, Peel T, Sahai V, Tekoaua R, Tudravu L, Zinihite J, Cheng A, Rafai E, Peleg A
BMJ Glob Health. 2020 Apr; 5(4):e002418
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