Dr Anne Grunseit
Senior Research Fellow at the Prevention Research Collaboration and Associate Professor Public Health, School of Public Health, Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney Anne has over 20 years’ experience and technical skills in quantitative and qualitative research in health and social research, and currently specialises in the evaluation of scaled-up preventive health programs. She has conducted evaluations studies of government-led non-communicable disease prevention programs including several statewide mass communication obesity prevention campaigns, and a number of large scale programs for the general population, workers and Aboriginal populations including ACT Healthy Weight Initiative, Get Healthy at Work, and the NSW Aboriginal Knockout Challenge. She leads the Australian arm of an international collaboration examining knee health among recreational runners and is on the evaluation advisory groups for a community-based program to improve chronic pain management in rural and regional communities and a policy-based initiative to raise the minimum legal age for the purchase of tobacco products in Tasmania. She is currently the coordinator and teacher of the University of Sydney Public Health Program Evaluation unit of study in the Masters of Public Health and regularly conducts evaluation workshops for the NSW Ministry of Health and its pillars.