Ms Greta Baillie

Ms Greta Baillie

Casual Academic

Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Hons)

Law & Justice
Law School Manager

Greta joined the National Drug and Alcohol Centre (NDARC) in 2019. She is currently working as part of the Australians Adapting to Pandemic Threats (ADAPT) Study, exploring the impact of COVID-19 on recreational drug use. Greta's Honours thesis examined sexual violence and bystander intervention at music festivals, focusing on the role of gender in influencing festival attendees' confidence and likelihood to intervene in various situations.

  • Journal articles | 2023
    Carter A; McManus H; Ward JS; Vickers T; Asselin J; Baillie G; Chow EPF; Chen MY; Fairley CK; Bourne C; McNulty A; Read P; Heath K; Ryder N; McCloskey J; Carmody C; McCormack H; Alexander K; Casey D; Stoove M; Hellard ME; Donovan B; Guy RJ, 2023, 'Infectious syphilis in women and heterosexual men in major Australian cities: sentinel surveillance data, 2011–2019', Medical Journal of Australia, 218, pp. 223 - 228, http://dx.doi.org/10.5694/mja2.51864
    Journal articles | 2022
    Baillie G; Fileborn B; Wadds P, 2022, 'Gendered Responses to Gendered Harms: Sexual Violence and Bystander Intervention at Australian Music Festivals', Violence Against Women, 28, pp. 711 - 739, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/10778012211012096
  • Reports | 2021
    Sutherland R; Baillie G; Peacock A; Hammoud M; Memedovic S; Barratt M; Bruno R; Dietze P; Ezard N; Salom C; Degenhardt L; Hughes C, 2021, Key findings from the ‘Australians’ Drug Use: Adapting to Pandemic Threats (ADAPT)’ Study Wave 4., NDARC, Sydney, http://dx.doi.org/10.26190/n5wf-2x04
    Reports | 2020
    2020, Key findings from the 'Australians’ Drug Use: Adapting to Pandemic Threats (ADAPT)' Study, http://dx.doi.org/10.26190/5efbef7c8d821

2017 Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Dean's List for academic excellence