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PhD, MPH, Adv.D AS, AIAS, BEd
Adjunct Fellow, NICM Health Research Institute
Dr Kate Levett is a research specialist, with over 15 years' experience in public health research, education, clinical trials, epidemiology and management. She has extensive experience in quantitative and qualitative research application and education, with awarded presentation and public speaking skills, and publications in high quality peer reviewed journals.
In her role as a NICM adjunct fellow, Kate focuses on research that promotes maternal and reproductive health. She graduated in April 2016, with a PhD from Western Sydney University. Her research project at NICM evaluated the effectiveness of evidence based complementary medicine techniques to reduce pharmacological pain relief during labour and childbirth.
Kate lectured at the Western Sydney University's School of Science and Health on research and evidence based practice during 2011-2015, and recently co-supervised Master of Counselling students at the University of Notre Dame. She currently is a research fellow in the School of Medicine Sydney, at the University of Notre Dame.
Kate started her research career in the cardiology departments at the Westmead Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, which lead to managing clinical trials at the perinatal research unit at the Sydney University's Northern Clinical School.
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