Dr Raglan Maddox

PhD, MPH
Fellow
College of Health & Medicine

Areas of expertise

  • Public Health And Health Services 1117
  • Other Medical And Health Sciences 1199

Research interests

Commercial tobacco use

Tobacco programs and policies

Longitudinal cohort studies

Social Epidemiology

Social determinants of health and wellbeing

 

Biography

Dr. Maddox’s (Modewa Clan, Papua New Guinea) program of research has focused on developing population based Indigenous heath info-systems using community driven processes. This research has been generating primary data platforms to better understand and improve Indigenous health and wellbeing, including mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health. Such health information systems work with Indigenous communities and service providers to obtain information to better understand, inform and evaluate programs and policies. His program of research has included a strong focus on tobacco use, evaluation and having strengths-based conversations about respectful relationships and preventing domestic violence.

 

Projects and Grants

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