Mrs Courtney Ryder

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Dr Courtney Ryder is an injury epidemiologist and Aboriginal academic in the Discipline of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health. Her research is leading new ways of working with Indigenous Data through knowledge interface methodology and Indigenous Data sovereignty to change the deficit discourse surrounding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health statistics. Ryder earned her BScBEng(Biomed)(Hons) in 2006 from Flinders University and her PhD, entitled ‘Discovering the Interwoven Health Inequities in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children with an Acute Burns Injury,’ from UNSW in 2021.

 

In 2021 Ryder returned to Flinders as a Senior Lecturer and is currently the Teaching Program Director (TPD) of Public Health, overseeing the suite of Public Health and Remote and Indigenous Health courses in the CMPH. As the TPD Ryder makes a substantial contribution to leadership through building high-impact cross-disciplinary education teams, supporting >100 teaching staff across the college and establishing a Community of Practice in Indigenous Knowledge which supports staff across the University. With over a decade’s experience in higher education, Ryder is viewed as a leader transforming student learning in Cultural Safety and Aboriginal health. Work which has been recognised nationally and internationally, through keynote addresses, congress papers, best practice case studies, teaching innovation and scholarship awards and a Churchill Fellowship.

 

Outside of teaching and research, Ryder sits on a range of committees including:

· South Australian Public Health Council

· Indigenous Engineering Group Executive (Engineers Australia)

· Human Genetics Society of Australasia (HGSA) Indigenous Genomics Steering Committee

· Flinders Health and Medical Research Institute Executive.

Ryder is an advisory group member for Sex and Gender Policies in Medical Research, Nasal Oxygen Therapy After Cardiac Surgery, and Safer Pathway Project. She is a Research Fellow (academic status) with The George Institute for Global Health.

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