Daniel Vujcich selected publications
- Morrow V, Barnett I, and Vujcich D (2013) Understanding the causes and consequences of injuries to adolescents growing up in poverty in Ethiopia, Andhra Pradesh (India), Vietnam and Peru: a mixed method study. Health Policy Plan.
- Vujcich D (2007) Faith, flight and foreign policy: Effects of war and migration on Western Australian Bosnian Muslims Australian Journal of Social Issues, 42:71–86.
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|Department||Department of Public Health|
Supervisor(s): S Allender, R Fitzpatrick and M Rayner
"How are health policies that target Indigenous people made at the Federal level in Australia? "
Daniel joined the group in 2012 and is reading for a DPhil in Public Health. His work looks at the way Indigenous health policies are made at the Federal level in Australia, focusing on the issues of tobacco control and mental health. Daniel also collates statistics and co-authors publications for the British Heart Foundation, including the upcoming Coronary heart disease statistics: children and young people supplement (2013).
In 2006, Daniel completed a double degree at the University of Western Australia with Honours in Law, History and Politics. His employment history includes work for the Western Australian Department of Premier and Cabinet and as an Associate to two judges in the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
He holds a Master’s Degree in International Development from the University of Oxford, for which he submitted a thesis entitled: Anatomising Aboriginal health policies: Aboriginal health policy prioritisation in Western Australia.
His other research interests include health and education issues surrounding child poverty in developing countries, and he is a research assistant for Oxford’s Young Lives Project.