Louise is a Senior Lecturer in Public and Environmental Health and the Course Director for the Graduate Diploma of Environmental Health Practice. Previous to her role at Swinburne she has been employed in environmental health, health promotion and consultant positions with various local government authorities. Louise’s teaching and research activities reflect the multidisciplinary nature of the public and environmental health field. They span the areas of food safety, health promotion and evaluation, waste minimisation, work integrated learning and the practice of environmental health. Louise has also been a representative on a number of committees involved in the development of policy in the public and environmental health field. Louise is currently completing a PhD, investigating environmental health professional’s experiences of the practice of environmental health. The key aim of this research is develop a new holistic description of the practice of environmental health to assist in improving practice and education for professional practice.
Public and Environmental Health
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters students as Principal Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Health Services And Systems - 420300
- Public Health - 420600
- Curriculum And Pedagogy - 390100
Health Promotion;Public and Environmental Health;Health research design
Also published as: Dunn, Louise; Dunn, L.; Dunn, Louise A.
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