The role of the Jean Hailes External Relations team is to work with the translation, research and operations areas of the organisation, to enhance the communications and build relationships with diverse stakeholders outside the organisation.
It fulfils this role in several ways:
- Undertaking high-level strategic planning activities to promote the mission and objectives of Jean Hailes
- Advising on key branding elements of Jean Hailes' corporate identity
- Encouraging external engagement with Jean Hailes through program funding and other supported activities
- Detailing a consistent communications approach for various external audiences
|Janet Michelmore||Executive Director & Head of External Relations|
|Nicole Shilo||External Relations Coordinator|
|Poppy Griffiths||Manager, Corporate Partnerships & Marketing
(currently on maternity leave)
Translation, Education and Communication
The Jean Hailes Translation and Education team is unique in its ability to work alongside clinicians and researchers to translate latest findings into user-friendly, practical information and provides best practice practical guidelines. Areas of responsibility include the website, media, fact sheets, educational programs for the community and health professionals and events such as webcast and seminars.
|Janet Michelmore||Executive Director|
|Dr Helen Brown||Head of Translation, Education and Communication|
|Andrew O'Shea||Senior Project Officer|
|Brenda Jones||Project Manager|
|Danielle Rossetti||Project Officer|
|Fiona Darling||Senior Project Officer|
|Isabelle Catrice||Administration Assistant|
|Janelle Carrigan||Project Manager|
|Jess Gleeson||Senior Project Officer|
|Jo Roberts||Project Officer|
|Karen McCloskey||Project Officer|
|Karin Moning||Project Manager|
|Kathryn Simons||Project Officer|
|Louise Browne||Project Manager|
|Michaela Skilney||Project Officer|
|Rebecca Conning||Project Manager|
|Samantha Deeks||Senior Project Officer|
|Sarah Bailey||Project Manager|
The Jean Hailes Medical Centre provides a holistic and best practice approach to women's health. Our medical specialists, general practitioners and allied health clinicians all have a special interest and extensive expertise in the area of women's health. Our clinicians ensure that their knowledge and skills are up to date with current research through quality assurance and continuing education programs.
To see a list of our doctors and allied health professionals please go to our team.
The Jean Hailes research team is part of the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University and are located at the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Burnet Building, Alfred Hospital. The research team adopts a cross-disciplinary, lifespan approach to understanding women's lives. They consider women's health within a social model of health, underscored by an appreciation of the significance of gender, so men and children are included in research as integral to the context of women's lives. Jean Hailes performs original research to identify and address gaps in knowledge about women's health. Outcomes of this research are used to inform women's health policy, support health care programs and improve women's lives.
Professor of Women's Health
|Hau Nguyen||Research Project Officer|
|Heather Rowe||Senior Research Fellow|
|Karalyn McDonald||Research Fellow|
|Karen Wynter||Research Fellow|
|Karin Hammarberg||Senior Research Fellow|
|Karin Smith||PA to Professor Jane Fisher|
|Maggie Kirkman||Senior Research Fellow|
|Rosa Gualano||Scientific Writer|
|Sara Holton||Research Fellow|
|Thach Tran||Research Fellow|
|To view Adjunct Research Fellows, Research Assistants, Affliate, International Post-doctoral Trainee, PhD Students, and Students, visit the Jean Hailes Research Unit staff page (opens in a new window).|
The Jean Hailes Support Services team provides cross-organisational support for the Jean Hailes Medical Centres, Translation and Education, External Relations and Research business units. The team's scope is purposely broad, facilitating a 'big picture' approach to managing operational risk and integrated implementation processes. The Support Services team covers a range of operational aspects including finance, human resources, occupational health and safety, regulatory compliance, facilities management, governance and information technology infrastructure.
|Scott Walker||Commercial Manager|
|Anna Lewis||Finance Administrator|