Research Associate, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program
Elizabeth Bourke identifies as a Gamilaraay Women and is a Research Associate in the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Program at The George Institute for Global Health. Elizabeth’s experiences include working in Children’s Services and as a Case Worker at Family & Community Services and working with young Aboriginal people and families in the Central Coast community. She is dedicated to improving the health inequalities of First Nations People and communities.
Elizabeth conducts her research using Indigenous methodologies (ways of knowing, being and doing) and understands the importance of being in community and working with community. Elizabeth contribution to research includes working on the Liaison Grant, The Ironbark project, The Safe Pathways project and the NOTACS Sub-study project. Elizabeth is on several committees at The George including the Health Wellbeing Committee.