Bri is the Director of Enable Health Consulting. She has worked as a consultant, researcher, and teacher in the field of public health for over 15 years. Her work focuses on developing, delivering and evaluating health promotion programs. She has worked in a number of settings, including community, workplace and clinical. Her passion lies in understanding health-related influences at the population level and translating that understanding into effective and sustainable services and programs. Brianna has advanced skills in project development, evaluation methods, community consultation and communication.
Tayla is a Public Health Consultant. She has over 5 years’ experience in public health in both research and various teaching roles. Her work explores risk factors associated with women’s health, secondary and tertiary prevention strategies for keeping young to mid-aged women physically active, and how social and cognitive psychology frameworks can be applied to a number of populations to improve health and performance outcomes. Her work has resulted in the development of national recommendations that improve the quality and accessibility of care for women. Tayla has advanced skills in quantitative data collection, data analysis and interpretation.
Kathryn is a Public Health Consultant. She has over 3 years of experience working in clinical epidemiology and public health in project coordination, research and teaching roles. Experienced in both qualitative and quantitative research, her portfolio has encompassed infectious and noncommunicable disease, environmental health, digital health and telehealth, and working with vulnerable populations. Kathryn has advanced skills in quantitative data collection, analysis and interpretation.
Britta is a Senior Public Health Consultant. She has over 10 years experience in both research and teaching roles. Her work aims to ensure the voices of communities are embedded in health promotion planning, implementation and evaluation. Britta’s approach to her work seeks to privilege community’s needs and the wider socio-cultural structures impacting disease prevention and health equity. Britta has advanced skills in in-depth interviewing, qualitative analysis, and health theory.
Katsu is a Public Health Consultant. He has over 5 years of experience working in various research and project coordination roles in health promotion and public health. Katsu is experienced in qualitative health research, with a specific interest in qualitative research methodology and pedagogy. Katsu anchors reflexivity at the core of their day-to-day work, approaching projects with a commitment to centering the voices and narratives of communities as they intend to be heard. Katsu has advanced skills in qualitative research and project coordination.
Natasha is a casual Public Health Consultant. She has worked in various research roles in the field of public health for over 10 years. She has a comprehensive portfolio of industry and community engagement, including work with physical activity and wellbeing projects, recreation and sports planning for local councils, and a wide variety of projects in aged care. Natasha has provided important research evidence to Government departments to address critical and complex questions facing the Aged Care Sector, such as quality indicators. Natasha works as a clinical epidemiologiust, and provides ehc with expert advice on biostatistical matters.