BA (Government and International Relations, Social Policy), MAPP
Dr Amy Peden is a researcher and lecturer in Injury Prevention, Epidemiology and Control within the School of Public Health and Community Medicine.
Her research focuses on drowning prevention, with a focus on regional and remote communities, rivers, alcohol and social determinants of health. Prior to commencing with UNSW she worked in the NGO sector as national manager of research and policy with Royal Life Saving Society - Australia, where her research and advocacy work saw her regularly appearing in the media. She completed her PhD at James Cook University on the prevention of river drowning. She holds a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Sydney. She has published widely on the topic of drowning prevention and holds a position on the Australasian Injury Prevention Network Executive. She is interested in supervising Masters, PhD and IPL students on injury prevention and drowning prevention topics.
Research Interests: Public Health, Injury Prevention, Drowning Prevention, Epidemiology