Dr Saira Mathew

Research Fellow

UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences


Dr Saira is a pharmacist with master’s degree in Health Promotion. She has completed her PhD in Health Determinants and Health Systems from QUT. She has experience working in epidemiological research, health services and nursing research. She has experience working with large hospital datasets using advanced statistical analyses, process mining and data linkage.

Dr Mathew has worked on various health promotion models and practices and have researched on its operational and heuristic potential within a range of disciplines. She has written reports and community profiles using a broad range of values and principles that are integral to modern health promotion theory and practice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


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