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Dr Kayli Wild Senior Research Fellow, Judith Lumley Centre

Kayli has been awarded an ARC Discovery Early Career Research Award to examine health sector responses to violence against women in low-resource settings. She is a medical anthropologist and health systems researcher who specialises in qualitative and mixed-methods research. She is particularly interested in the brining the voices of people with lived-experience to policy issues and health system change. Kayli's areas of expertise span reproductive health, gender-based violence and social change, with a current focus on Timor-Leste, and previously in the Pacific and with Australian Aboriginal communities. Her current research projects include 'Development and evaluation of a curriculum for health providers responding to violence against women and children', 'The knowledge and needs of midwives in responding to violence against women in Timor-Leste' and the 'Women's Health and Safety Study' which examines the link between fertility and violence and what women who experience abuse want from their health providers.


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