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Research Biography

Dr Jane Fischer is a Research Fellow at the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), College of Medicine and Public Health, Flinders University. Jane joined NCETA in 2012 where her work has primarily focused upon development, planning, implementation, and delivery of research translation projects. She holds a PhD in public health, and has research interests focused upon reducing harm associated with alcohol and other drug (AOD) use; quality of life; and vulnerable populations, particularly women. 

Research Interests

Specialist areas:

  • Alcohol, tobacco and other drug use
  • Vulnerable populations, including young adults, women, sex workers and people experiencing systematic disadvantage
  • Quality of life and subjective wellbeing, particularly its measurement


  • Secondary data analysis
  • Quantitative research, particularly longitudinal and cross-sectional study designs


  • Translational research
  • Workforce development

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Beyond pleasure: a study into the quality of life of illicit drug users, University of Queensland

… → 2015

Award Date: 30 Aug 2015

Master, Politicalisation of cannabis in Queensland, University of Queensland


Award Date: 21 Dec 1996

Bachelor of Arts, Double Major: Anthropology; Major: Government, University of Queensland


Award Date: 21 Jan 1992


  • RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
  • quality of life
  • harm reduction
  • stigma
  • outcome measures


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