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Dr Jacqueline Boyle

Senior Research Fellow; Gynaecologist and Colposcopist
School of Public and Preventative Medicine, Level 6, The Alfred Centre (Lobby B), 99 Commercial Rd
Melbourne VIC, 3004
 

Biography

Jacqueline Boyle works as a Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University and as a Gynaecologist and Colposcopist at Jean Hailes for Women’s Health.

In her role at Monash University, Jacqueline leads the Indigenous and Refugee Women’s Health Research Program. The program aims to improve health care and health services across Australia, particularly in the areas of reproductive health, metabolic health and pregnancy. Alongside this, Jacqueline also provides specialist outreach services to remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in the Northern Territory. These outreach services focus on improving the overall health of women living in these remote communities and are centred on the translation and implementation of evidence based care.

Jacqueline’s research interests lie in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, women’s health and research translation.

Jacqueline has a Master of Public Health and Tropical medicine from James Cook University and completed a PhD in polycystic ovary syndrome with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women at the Menzies School of Health Research. She is the Chair of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Health committee at the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) and a co-lead on the National Indigenous Women’s Health partnership on research and translation.

 
Last updated: 15 March 2017
 
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