Megan Carroll joined the Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) at AIFS in 2016. Her work involves data analysis on several projects, primarily focussing on the economic impacts of gambling.
Outside of the AGRC, Megan works in justice health research, with a focus on health service usage. Her research interests involve using large datasets to answer policy relevant questions.
Armstrong, A., & Carroll, M. (2017). Gambling activity in Australia. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies
Armstrong, A. R., & Carroll, M. (2017). Race betting in Australia. Melbourne: Australian Gambling Research Centre, Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Carroll, M., Sutherland, G., Kemp-Casey, A., and Kinner, S.A. (2016). Agreement between self-reported healthcare service use and administrative records in a longitudinal study of adults recently released from prison. Health & Justice, 4(11).
Borschmann, R., Thomas, E., Moran, P., Carroll, M., Heffernan, E.B., Spittal, M.J., Sutherland, G.,, Alati, R., and Kinner S.A. (2016). Self-harm following release from prison: A prospective data linkage study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry.
Sutherland, G., Carroll, M., Lennox, N., and Kinner S.A. (2015). Prescribed contraceptives among woman after release from prison. Health & Justice, 3.
Kinner, S.A., Young, J.T., and Carroll M. (2015). The pivotal role of primary care in meeting the health needs of people recently released from prison. Australasian Psychiatry, 23.
Carroll, M., Kinner, S.A., and Heffernan, E.B. (2014). Medication use and knowledge in a sample of Indigenous and non-Indigenous prisoners. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38.
Kinner, S.A., Lennox, N., Williams, G., Carroll, M., Quinn, B., Boyle, F., and Alati, R. (2013). Randomised controlled trial of a service brokerage intervention for ex-prisoners in Australia. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 36.