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Biographical entry Kalucy, Elizabeth Carment (Libby)

OAM

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Entomologist and Health care researcher

Summary

Libby Kalucy is one of Australia's leaders in community health care research and evaluation. After an initial career as the first Entomologist appointed to the Australian Army's malarial research laboratory, she moved into the health care sector. At Flinders University she was Evaluation Manager of the SA HealthPlus Coordinated Care Trial. This led to her appointment as Director of the Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, a national organisation to generate, manage and share information about primary health care research and activities across Australia.

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? - 1969
Career position - Entomologist, 1 Malaria Research Laboratory, Australian Army
1966
Education - BSc (Hons), University of Sydney
1969
Education - MSc (entomology), University of Sydney
1988 - 1997
Career position - Medical researcher, Southern Community Health Research Unit, South Australia
1997 - 2000
Career position - Manager, Evaluation of SA HealthPlus Coordinated Care Trial, Centre for Health Care Evaluation, Flinders University
2001 - 2010
Career position - Director, Primary Health Care Research and Information Service, Flinders University
2009 - 2014
Career position - Editor-in-Chief, Australian journal of primary health
2010 -
Career position - Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Flinders University
2012
Award - Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for service to community health, and to the development of professional standards
2015 -
Career position - Member, Editorial Board, Australian journal of primary health

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Helen Cohn