Michelle Lambert has recently joined the Injury Matters team as the Local Government and Health Services Coordinator.
Michelle has extensive experience in the Health Promotion field, focusing on improving health outcomes, particularly for young people. She has recently completed a PhD at The University of Notre Dame (exploring nutrition knowledge, food intake, influences on food choice, body image and eating attitudes of university students). Michelle is experienced in curriculum writing and resource development, as well as designing and delivering experiential and interactive education sessions in the areas of social and emotional health, nutrition, resilience, drug and road safety education.
What excites you about your new role?
Being a ‘people’ person, I am particularly excited about my new role as Local Government and Health Coordinator as it involves networking. I am looking forward to the opportunity to connect, support and influence injury prevention initiatives within Western Australia.
How does your role support WA Local Government and health services?
I can support Local Government and health services in strategic planning to address injury prevention needs and the promotion of safety. Local Governments have the responsibility for the develop of Public Health Plans which I can support and assist with.
Injury Matters has a range of programs, resources, events, and training opportunities that I would love to connect you with. My role is to provide support to reduce the risk of injury and improve health outcomes so please do not hesitate to contact me, I am keen to hear from you!
Contact Michelle via firstname.lastname@example.org or 6166 7688 to learn how Injury Matters can support your organisation.