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Megan Sechtig

Masters Student
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Megan completed a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) in 2017, co-majoring in Criminology at Deakin University. Megan has a background in mental health and addiction, working as research assistant at Turning Point since 2019 under the Clinical and Social Research team and the National Addiction and Mental Health Surveillance Unit.

Megan is currently studying a Master's of Public Health (epidemiology and biostatistics) at the University of Melbourne, expecting to graduate in mid 2023. She is completing her Master's research project in the Justice Health group under the supervision of Dr Anna Wilkinson, Dr Rebecca Winter and Dr Ashleigh Stewart. Her project will use data from the Prison and Transition to Health (PATH) study. Megan's publications can be viewed here

  • 2022-(current): MPH, University of Melbourne, Australia
  • 2014-2017: BPsych(Hons), Deakin University, Australia
  • 2019-ongoing: Research Assistant, Turning Point
  • 2018: Causal Academic, Faculty of Health, Deakin University