Cassandra completed her Master of Public Health degree at the University of Melbourne in 2021. Her thesis project utilised qualitative methodology to explore young women’s experiences when requesting early removal of their long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) from a healthcare provider.
Cassandra works as a research assistant in the Global Women’s and Newborn’s health working group at Burnet. She has a particular interest in qualitative research methods to both explore and advocate for women’s health and sexual and reproductive human rights.
- 2021: Master of Public Health, University of Melbourne, Australia
- 2012: Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), Curtin University, Australia
- The Optimise Study: Information access and communication about COVID-19. (PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT)
Saich F, Kwong E, Heath K, Altermatt A, Munari S, Merner B, Hill S, Stoové M, Wilson A, Caddy C, Lim M, Vogel J, Power R, Coghlan B, Cheong M, Bradfield Z, Homer C, Pedrana A, Gibney K, Hellard M
Optimise Study. 2021 Sep; Report 10:1-13
- The Optimise Study: Vaccination knowledge, attitudes and beliefs. (PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT)
Saich F, Kwong E, Heath K, Altermatt A, Munari S. Merner B, Hill S, Stoové M, Griffiths D, Collie A, Lim M, Eddy S, Meagher N, McDougall C, Marinkovic Chavez K, Carpenter L, Fletcher-Lartey S, Price D, Gibbs L, Shearer F, Power R, Cheong M, Caddy C, Pedrana A, Gibney K, Hellard M
Optimise Study. 2021 Aug; Report 9:1-15
- The Optimise Study: Impact of government restrictions on risk mitigation strategies. (PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT)
Saich F, Kwong E, Heath K, Altermatt A, Munari S. Merner B, Hill S, Power R, Cheong M, Caddy C, Griffiths D, Collie A, Stoové M, Pedrana A, Gibney K, Hellard M
Optimise Study. 2021 Jul; Report 8:1-12
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