Offering expertise in the theory and practice of improving health and social justice among marginalised populations, Dr Jane Lloyd is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact UNSW.
Jane is well versed in designing and implementing research, with interests in health literacy, addressing the social determinants of health, primary health care, policy implementation and qualitative methods.
With hands-on experience in leadership and management, she is passionate about delivering results and impact, sharing knowledge, and building capacity through publications, presentations, mentoring and training that improves the lives of disadvantaged groups.
Her ability to translate research into practice stems from working in government and academia, including roles held in the NSW Department of Education and NSW Health, including the Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network.
Previously, Jane was the Director of the Health Equity Research and Development Unit that had dual accountability to Sydney Local Health District and the University of New South Wales Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity (CPHCE). From 2011 to 2015 Jane held a National Health and Medical Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Jane holds an Adjunct Associate Professor position at UNSW CPHCE and supervises Scientia PhD students who are investigating access to health services among refugees.
She has a PhD in Aboriginal health policy, a Masters of Public Health and a Bachelor of Health Sciences.Back to Our People