Professor Danielle Mazza

Professor Mazza is driving global change and impact in primary care and women’s health.

Change Agent

Danielle is a general practice leader, researcher and educator focused on improving the lives of women, particularly the most disadvantaged, through access to better sexual and reproductive health care.

She has made significant, sustained and ongoing contributions to general practice and primary health care in Australia as a proponent of evidence-based quality improvement and through guideline development and implementation.

Danielle’s work defining the significant patient, practitioner and system barriers that exist in providing women’s health services in primary care and designing and trialling interventions to overcome them is driving change and having real-world impact both nationally and internationally.

She is the Head of the Department of General Practice at Monash University, a Churchill Fellow and Director of SPHERE, a National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Research Excellence which aims to improve the quality, safety, and capacity of primary health care services to achieve better outcomes in women’s sexual and reproductive health.

Reviewed 05 March 2020

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