Senior Research Officer
Child & Family Evidence
Anagha develops knowledge translation products for the Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) information exchange and Emerging Minds.
Anagha has skills and experience in innovative evidence synthesis methods and has produced practice papers, resource sheets, short articles and webinars to increase uptake of evidence in the child, family and welfare sector. She facilitates greater impact through stakeholder engagement and building collaborations across research, government and non-for-profit organisations. Anagha has a clinical and program implementation background, with experience working with diverse communities in Australia and internationally.
Master of Public Health (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine), Bachelor of Optometry (University of Melbourne)
Understanding gambling harm and ways to identify those at…
This short article introduces gambling harm and how to identify people affected.
Too much time on screens? Screen time effects and…
This short article explores the effects of excessive screen time on children and young people and how practitioners can support families to reduce it.