Dr Daniel McAullay

Mode Black

Associate Professor McAullay has considerable experience in health research, policy and practice. He has worked in a number of senior positions in these areas as well as in tertiary education. He is a registered nurse with post-graduate qualifications. He has a strong research track record including presentations, publications and grants. His primary research areas of interest include maternal, infant and child health, primary health care and other health services research.

He currently works as Director of the Centre for Improving Health Services for Aboriginal Children and families (ISAC). He also runs his own consulting company (Dan McAullay Consulting) and is a Director with the majority Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned and managed communication consulting company, Mode Black.

Sydney SP is coming back

Sydney 2019

Three days of talks, panels, workshops, exhibitions, parties, screenings and more at Carriageworks between May 23-25, 2019
Thank you for coming - See you next year

Rare

Across two thought-provoking panels, at this year's Semi Permanent festival, Rare talents from around the world share how embracing their difference and staying true to themselves helped them reach their fullest creative potential.

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