Liz Chinchen is the Research Manager at CHERE. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Information) and oversees the key research support activities of the Centre. This includes conducting literature searches on a variety of topics, information management and management of CHERE’s reference library. Liz is responsible for the reporting of CHERE’s research activities and outcomes to the Faculty, University and wider community. Liz is also responsible for the management and updating of the CHERE website.
Haywood, P., Goodall, S., Chinchen, E., Haas, M., Manipis, K., Meshcheriakova, O., Saing, S. & van der Linden, N. COAG Health Council 2017, The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of mandatory folic acid and iodine fortification. A report for the Australian Health Ministers' Advisory Council, Adelaide.View/Download from: UTS OPUS