Ms Telphia Joseph

Ms Telphia Joseph

Associate Lecturer, program lead for ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander vaccination’.
School of Public Health & Community Medicine, UNSW, SYDNEY

Ms Telphia Joseph is a Wadjarri Yamatji woman from Western Australia. Her qualifications are in Community Development, which led to her initial interest in environmental health and otitis media (middle ear infection). 
Telphia has a qualitative research base and teaches Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health focused subjects in the Masters of Public Health and International Health at UNSW. 
Telphia’s Masters of Philosophy evaluated the immunisation activities provided in Aboriginal Medical Services from NSW and their reporting procedures to the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register. 

Mission statement

To reduce the immunisation gap between adults and children through research, teaching and advocacy, with a special focus on the elderly, high risk and vulnerable populations.

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Professor Raina MacIntyre

Raina MacIntyre

NHMRC Principal Research Fellow and Professor of Global Biosecurity.

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Dr Elizabeth Kpozehouen

Dr Elizabeth Kpozehouen

Research Associate

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