Dr Celia McMichael is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Geography at The University of Melbourne. She teaches subjects including 'Human Sciences: Cells to Societies' and 'Health Geography'.
Celia conducts research focused on health geography, international health, migrant and refugee health, and climate change-related migration and displacement. She has worked in Nepal, Fiji, Angola, Peru and Sri Lanka. Celia is currently working on research projects focusing on refugee resettlement in Australia, and climate change related migration and relocation in Small Island States. Celia has experience in academic research, applied research consultancies and work in the international development sector (with WHO, IFRC, NGOs and UN agencies).
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The Impact of a School-Based Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Intervention on Knowledge, Prac..
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The Impact of a School-Based Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Intervention on Knowledge, Practices, and Diarrhoea Rates in the Philippines
Hassan Vally, Celia McMichael, Claire Doherty, Xia Li, Gilbert Guevarra, Paola Tobias
Journal article | 2019 | International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
A school-based water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) intervention in the Philippines was evaluated. Students and households from f..
Australian health professionals' statement on climate change and health
Kerry Arabena, Fiona Armstrong, Helen Berry, Peter Brooks, Tony Capon, Brendan Crabb, Alessandro Demaio, Peter Doherty, Sharon Lewin, Selina Lo, Alan Lopez, Celia McMichael, Barbara McPake, Rob Moodie, Terry Nolan, Tilman Ruff, Peter Sainsbury, Linda Selvey, David Shearman, Fiona Stanley, et al.
Journal article | 2018 | The Lancet
Narratives of sexual health risk and protection amongst young people from refugee backgrounds in Melbourne, Australia.
Celia McMichael, Sandra Gifford
Journal article | 2010 | Culture, Health & Sexuality
Young people with refugee backgrounds face many challenges when making their lives in a resettlement country and their sexual and ..
Evidence-based public health: what does it offer developing countries?
Celia McMichael, Elizabeth Waters, Jimmy Volmink
Journal article | 2005 | Journal of Public Health
The global burden of disease and illness is primarily situated in developing countries. As developing countries have limited resou..
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Senior Lecturer In Health Geography
University of Melbourne
School of Population Health
University of Melbourne
Social anthropology and development
The University of Edinburgh