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Dr Christine Horn

Research Fellow

Christine joined the First 1000 Days Australia team in February 2018, where she is based for three days a week. On her other two days, she is based at SNAICC, the peak body representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. Together with SNAICC and two community partners, Christine is evaluating service integration for early childhood services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people under a one-year project funded by the Lowitja Institute. She will also contribute to the team’s online communications, in particular the website and social media output.

Christine’s past research has focused on the use of Information and Communication Technologies in remote villages in South-East Asia. She completed her PhD at Swinburne’s Institute for Social Research in 2015, and holds an MA from the University of Sarawak.


Indigenous Health Equity Unit
Melbourne School of Population and Global Health
4/207 Bouverie Street
The University of Melbourne, Vic. 3010

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