Miss Meaghan Enright

Adjunct Fellow

School of Public Health
Faculty of Medicine


Meaghan Enright is a Senior Research Officer at Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research (QCMHR), and an Adjunct Fellow and PhD student at School of Public Health at The University of Queensland (UQ). Ms Enright graduated with a Master of Public Health from UQ in 2017, focussing on global health. She then begun work at QCMHR working on a project quantifying the coverage of the prevalence of child and adolescent mental disorders globally, and later, the National Adolescent Mental Health Surveys (NAMHS) project, which involved planning nationally representative adolescent mental health surveys in three low- and middle-income countries (Kenya, Indonesia, and Vietnam). In 2021 Ms Enright joined the Mental Health Evaluation Stream at QCMHR, whose most recent work involved undertaking a mixed methods evaluation of Queensland’s Mental Health Community Support Services (MH CSS) programs. She is currently leading a mixed methods evaluation of Queensland Health's Crisis Support Spaces.


  • Masters (Coursework) of Public Health, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Science, Providence College


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