03 February 2019 | EventsNCIRS Seminar/Webinar for providers: Monday 18 Feb 2019 – Conversations with vaccine-hesitant parents: how the new SKAI website can helpRead the full article
Tracy joined NCIRS as a Research Officer in May 2017. Tracy completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) and Master of Public Health at the University of Sydney. At NCIRS, Tracy supports the development of The Australian Immunisation Handbook and related communication materials. Prior to joining NCIRS, Tracy gained experience in developing clinical practice guidelines and coordinating research studies.
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