Dr Jamee Newland
Research Fellow

Dr Jamee Newland

PhD, MPS (Evaluation), BSocSci

Medicine & Health
The Kirby Institute

Jamee is a Research Fellow within the Public Health Interventions Research Group at the Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney. She is a qualitative researcher with a cross-disciplinary background in global public health, sociology, and development studies. Her research interests in global public health include participatory and arts-based research approaches, intersectionality, and community participation/partnerships.

Jamee is currently working on collaborative research studies in Papua New Guinea with the Papua New Guinea Medical Research Institute exploring gender and sexuality, COVID-19 impacts on public and primary health, COVID-19 knowledge, attitudes and practices and stigma and discrimination. She is also writing up research findings from studies conducted in Indonesia exploring arts-based research in sexual health and a peer education program exploring sexual health needs and priorities of key populations.

Prior to commencing at the Kirby Institute, Jamee undertook a PhD at the Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW, a doctoral study investigating factors that increase and decrease hepatitis C risk in the social networks of people who inject drugs.

Location
Level 6, Wallace Worth Building UNSW Sydney NSW 2052
  • Journal articles | 2021
    Newland J; Kelly-Hanku A; Dwi L; Noor Poedjanadi M, 2021, 'Co-locating art and health: engaging civil society to create an enabling environment to respond to HIV in Indonesia', Sexual Health, http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/SH20125
    Journal articles | 2019
    Kelly-Hanku A; Newland J; Aggleton P; Ase S; Aeno H; Fiya V; Vallely L; Toliman P; Mola G; Kaldor J; Vallely A, 2019, 'HPV vaccination in Papua New Guinea to prevent cervical cancer in women: Gender, sexual morality, outsiders and the de-feminization of the HPV vaccine', Papillomavirus Research, vol. 8, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pvr.2019.100171
    Journal articles | 2019
    Kelly-Hanku A; Newland J; Aggleton P; Ase S; Fiya V; Aeno H; Vallely L; Mola G; Kaldor J; Vallely A, 2019, 'Health communication messaging about HPV vaccine in Papua New Guinea.', Health Education Journal, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0017896919856657
    Journal articles | 2012
    Rance J; Newland J; Hopwood MN; Treloar C, 2012, 'The politics of place(ment): problematising the provision of hepatitis C treatment within opiate substitution clinics', Social Science and Medicine, vol. 74, pp. 245 - 253, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.10.003
    Journal articles | 2010
    Treloar C; Newland J; Harris M; Deacon R; Maher L, 2010, 'A diagnosis of hepatitis C: Insights from a study on patient’s experiences.', Australian Family Physician, vol. 39, pp. 589 - 592, http://www.racgp.org.au/afp/201008/201008treloar.pdf
    Journal articles | 2010
    Treloar C; Newland J; Rance J; Hopwood M, 2010, 'Uptake and delivery of hepatitis C treatment in opiate substitution treatment: Perceptions of clients and health professionals', Journal of Viral Hepatitis, vol. 17, pp. 839 - 844, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2893.2009.01250.x
  • Reports | 2022
    Newland J; Neuendorf N; Vallely L; Mek A; Vengiau G; Farquhar R; Boli-Neo R; Seymour M; Wratten M; Aeno H; Trumb RN; Kerry Z; Huang KL; Maalsen A; Homer C; Robinson L; Majumdar S; Vallely A; Laman M; Pomat W; Kelly-Hanku A, 2022, COVID-19 and its impacts on primary health services and public health infectious disease programs in Papua New Guinea, http://dx.doi.org/10.26190/6mhp-gc18