How to Conduct a Household Survey

Course Summary

How to Conduct a Household Survey is the first phase of the community research skills development that is initially required to become an APRA Peer Researcher. Peer Researchers who have completed the training and the survey work will have the opportunity to become members of APRA and continue their training in different types of research activities. In this way, they can widen their repertoire of research skills and experience in order to undertake a diverse range of community research projects.

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Kerry Arabena

Professor Kerry Arabena 

A descendant of the Meriam people from the Torres Strait, Kerry’s work has brought her to the forefront of Indigenous affairs in Australia. A former social worker with a Doctorate in Environmental Science, Kerry has held senior positions including Chair of Indigenous Health at the University of Melbourne, Executive Director of First 1000 Days Australia, CEO of the Lowitja Institute, and Director of Indigenous Health Research at Monash University. Kerry is the former President of Ecohealth International, a Scientific Commissioner with The Lancet Pathfinder project and a Director of IgNITE.

With an extensive background in public health, administration, community development and research, Kerry has led a wide range of organisations and committees including the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Equality Council and the National Congress of Australia’s First People. Currently a Director of Kinaway Chamber of Commerce, Kerry holds an honorary professorial position with the University of Melbourne and has a number of entrepreneurial programs in development.

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