Danielle major interest is in translational research, with particular focus on closing evidence practice gaps in women's sexual and reproductive health, preventive care, and primary care aspects of cancer. Her methodological expertise lies in primary care research, the development and trial of complex interventions in the general practice setting, using routinely collected primary care data to inform policy and practice and in guideline development and implementation. She is particularly committed to improving the quality of sexual and reproductive health care for women in general practice.Read more about Danielle Mazza's research
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Sexual health circle of trust
A new women’s sexual and reproductive health unit aims to close 'profound' evidence gaps, and improve Australian women’s access to services.