Professor Tony LaMontagne's research interest is in developing the scientific and public understanding of work as a social determinant of health, and translating this research into policy and practice to improve workplace and worker health.
Professor LaMontagne’s specific areas of intervention research expertise include workplace mental health, improving job quality and psychosocial working conditions, and evaluating government policy interventions.
PhDs on the go at CPHR
We offer a number of PhD opportunities and we advertise these opportunities as they become available. By joining us you'll benefit from our global reputation, a supportive team-based environment, career development opportunities and exposure to a wide variety of population health research issues currently being explored.
How do adults who use augmentative and alternative communication understand their identity?
Meredith Allan is supervised by Professor Susan Balandin
What should be the policy priorities to reduce disparities in coronary heart disease mortality among regional and rural Australians?
Laura Alston is supervised by Dr Melanie Nichols
The application of cost-benefit analysis to obesity prevention interventions
Jaithri Ananthapavanis supervised by Professor Rob Carter
Organisational factors influencing systems for evidence informed policy development in Fiji
Gade Waqa is supervised by Professor Marj Moodie
We welcome new opportunities to collaborate with research leaders who share our vision of delivering health improvements for Australian and global populations. To discuss genuine contributions to our areas of research interest please contact the centre.
Centre for Population Health Research (CPHR)
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School of Health and Social Development
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Burwood, VIC 3125