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About Dr Deborah Donoghue

Dr Deborah Donoghue  BSocSc(SCU), PhD(Sydney)
Dr Deborah Donoghue  is an academic writer at Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples assisting with reporting, publications and grants, a position enabled by her extensive knowledge of diverse modes of research.  With experience in clinical and neurophysiological research including clinical trials, her research has resulted in improved policy and processes in nursing, health services and research capacity building. She has a PhD in Public Health, focussing on the epidemiology of babies born preterm and the collaboration of clinical networks involved in their care.  In 1994 she was part of a team that established the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network, and then coordinated this voluntary collaboration of all newborn intensive care units for 10 years.  Her current research focus relates to the care of rural and remote newborns.


2015 Present Lecturer, Southern Cross University Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples

Curriculum Vitae

Honors and Awards

  • 1998 Young Investigator of the Year, Royal Australian College of Physicians, Paediatric Division.

Journal articles (26)