Dr Jane Williams was an APPRISE Research Fellow at Sydney Health Ethics and the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney, specialising in public health ethics and policy.
She is currently a Research Fellow at the Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values at the University of Wollongong.
Research interests include: disaster preparedness; cancer screening and screening disinvestment; and women’s health decision making. Jane conducts empirical research using qualitative methodologies.
APPRISE Fellowship Project: Ethics in infectious disease emergencies: research and planning
You can find Jane on twitter @janewilliams141
- Experiences of risk in Australian hotel quarantine: a qualitative study
- Uncertainty and agency in COVID-19 hotel quarantine in Australia
- Policy considerations for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination from the Collaboration on Social Science in Immunisation
- How should we conduct pandemic vaccination?
- Constructing an ethical framework for priority allocation of pandemic vaccines
- Priority allocation of pandemic influenza vaccines in Australia – Recommendations of 3 community juries
- Prioritising access to pandemic influenza vaccine: a review of the ethics literature