PhD, MPH, BSc (Biomedical)
Qualifications: PhD, MPH, BSc (Biomedical)
Heike Schütze is a Senior Adjunct Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at UNSW Sydney and a Senior Honorary Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Wollongong. Her research interests include health services and translational research, with a focus on primary health care, on developing, implementing and evaluating health care and educational interventions, and on health inequities in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and indigenous peoples and other minority populations. She specialises in qualitative and mixed methods research. Her teaching expertise in is public health, chronic disease management, research methods, evidence-based practice and cultural awareness/safety.
Society Memberships & Professional Activities
Schütze H (CIA) and the Rylstone-Kandos Rotary Club. Rebuilding Community one fence at a time. Rotary Australia World Community Service Limited Bushfire Fund Grant, (2022), $48,000.
Schütze H (CIA). Community Working at Recovery and Resilience in Olinda and Rylstone (Community WARRIOR). National Recovery and Resilience Agency (2022-2024), $1,402,385.
Schütze H (CIA) and Sim D. Community-driven recovery in Olinda-Rylstone and Running Stream. NSW Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund (2021-2023), $854,602.
Schütze H (CIA). Aiding Recovery and Resilience in Olinda-Rylstone (ARROw). NSW Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund Grant (2021-2023), $285,604.
Schütze H (CIA). UOW School of Health and Society National Conference Support (2019), $4211.
Schütze H (CIA). CESPHN After Hours Innovation and Service Grants (2016-2017); AUD$84,444
Schütze H (CIA) and MacPhail C. Needs assessment for IWHC. UOW School of Health and Society Research Support (2017), $3753.
Schütze H (CIA). National Health and Medical Research Council Training Scholarship for Indigenous Health Research (2011-2014); AUD$92,314.78
My Research Supervision
|Wijayanti, Kurnia||Parents Attitudes towards Preventing Cervical Cancer through Human Papillomavirus Vaccination||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Abdul Kadir, Nurhira||The Capacity of Public Health Lecturers in Indonesia's Medical Faculties to Contribute in the Preparation of Socially Responsive Physicians||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Sandell, Tiffany||Efficacy, Acceptability, Feasibility and Level of Person-centred Care of a Radiation Oncology Follow-up Model of Care in General Practice||Doctor of Philosophy|
|A band aid over a gaping wound: An exploration of wellbeing in Australian surgical trainees||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Doctor of Philosophy|