Graham has worked in HIV community based organisations and in health promotion related research for 20 years and has a strong interest in translating research into practice, building evidence for effective community responses, and the role of NGO's, Community Development and peer based programs. Graham is committed to the active involvement and leadership of community in research, policy and practice.
Graham's current research has a focus on the application of systems thinking and complex adaptive systems to understanding and enhancing the role of community and peer-led programs in HIV and hepatitis C.
Graham has published over 70 peer reviewed articles, 4 book chapters, more than 60 monographs and government reports, and over 120 peer reviewed papers at national and international conferences.
Graham has attracted over $10 million in research and consultancy funding from government, industry and community sector as well as National Health and Medical Research Council and Australian Research Council.
Graham continues to serve on a number of State and National HIV related health promotion and policy committees.
Research Interests: health promotion, systems thinking in public health, implementation research, Quality of Life, HIV prevention and support programs, evidence and evaluation, peer based programs, social influence.