Professor Mark Brough

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Professor, Faculty of Health

Doctor of Philosophy, Medical Anthropology (University of Queensland)

Mark is a critical social scientist who specialises in health inequality. His work is informed by a concern for the socio-political structures which surround health. He applies this lens in a range of cross-cultural circumstances as well as a range of  health problems. He has worked extensively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities as well as communities with a refugee background. He has particular expertise in the social determinants of health and wellbeing and in the role of human service and health professionals in addressing those determinants. Research Interests
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
  • Refugee and migrant health
  • Qualitative social health research
  • Role of social work and human services in health promotion

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Mark has conducted numerous consultancies for both government and non-government organisation in the area of evaluation, program design and professional training.  He has also undertaken significant research funded through the Australian Research Council in the area of refugee settlement.  His research and service in the area if Indigenous health includes work for the Lowitja Institute in the area of Indigenous health workforce, and also includes a long established partnership with the Cherbourg community in supporting QUT student placements which meet the needs of the community. Mark also supervises a large number of higher degree research students involved in practical areas of health and social care.  This research encompasses a broad spectrum of practitioner issues including health promotion practice, disability practice, community development practice and is based on both local, national and international projects.
Title
Developing Best Practice for Settlement Services for Refugee Women-at-Risk
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
78270885
Start year
2014
Keywords
Refugee Women; Health And Wellbeing; Settlement