Queen Elizabeth Scholars: Insights from Australia
Find out about the work that our Queen Elizabeth Scholars in Strengthening Health and Social Systems have engaged in, and the experiences they have had.
Erin Lin shared insights from her experience with the Decision Analytics Program at the Sax Institute, Australia. During her internship, she learnt how to effectively integrate evidence and stakeholder insights into policymaking tools to support the development of sustainable and equitable health programs in Australia.
Daniela Gallardo shared insights from her experience with the Sax Institute in Sydney, NSW. During her time at the Sax Institute, she assisted with the Secure Unified Research Environment (SURE) program in their development of synthesizing evidence for the Population Health Research Network.
Anika Garg shared insights from her experience with the Sax Institute in Sydney, NSW. During her internship she supported and learnt from the Evidence Connect team, and gained further insight into the process of integrating evidence into decision making to enhance health systems.
The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship program in Strengthening Health and Social Systems is a dynamic international community of young global leaders who are creating lasting impacts on health and social systems both at home and abroad through cross-cultural exchanges encompassing international education, discovery and inquiry, and professional experiences.