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Associate Professor Carrington Shepherd

Indigenous Health research, Curtin University

Carrington Shepherd is an Associate Professor (PhD, Curtin University) at Curtin University with appointments at the Telethon Kids Institute, Murdoch University and the University of WA. He has led the Child Mortality Research program at Telethon Kids since 2010, which features the use of unique population data to investigate ways of reducing preventable and unexplained deaths in early life. He has a particular interest in Indigenous health, and in conducting research that aims to bridge the knowledge gap on social inequalities in Aboriginal health in Australia. His collaborative networks include the Western Australian Perinatal Epidemiology Group and the Australian Stillbirth Awareness & Prevention (ASAP) Collaborative —which brings together Parents, Educators, Awareness Advocates and Researchers with a passionate interest in reducing preventable stillbirths.

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