Steph is a public health registrar at the Burnet Institute undertaking her advanced training through the Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine (AFPHM). She has a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with particular interests in communicable disease and epidemiology. She is passionate about the social determinants of health and improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and those in the Pacific Island nations.
- 2020 – present: Public Health Registrar, Burnet Institute
- 2018: Senior Resident Medical Officer, Central Australia Health Services
- 2015 - 2017: Hospital Medical Officer, Alfred Health
- 2019: Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, James Cook University
- 2018: Emergency Medicine Certificate, Australasian College for Emergency Medicine
- 2014: Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Deakin University
- 2010: Bachelor of Biomedicine, University of Melbourne
- Rural Australian Medical Undergraduate Scholarship (RAMUS)
- Rethinking the use of 'vulnerable'.
Munari SC, Wilson AN, Blow NJ, Homer CSE, Ward JE
Aust N Z J Public Health. 2021 Apr; Epub ahead of print
- The Optimise Study: Social networks and mixing patterns. (PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT)
Saich F, Heath K, Altermatt A, Munari S, Merner B, Hill S, Lusher D, Radhitio Sadewo G, Wang P, Pedrana A, Gibney K, Hellard M
The Optimise Study. 2021 Apr; Report 5:1-12
- The phases of hepatitis C elimination: achieving WHO elimination targets.
Pedrana A, Munari S, Stoové M, Doyle J, Hellard M
Lancet Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2021 Jan; 6(1):6-8
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