Sue Heard

Research Officer

Sue is responsible for coordinating the Needle and Syringe Program National Minimum Dataset Project and coordination of the operational aspects of the Australian Needle Syringe Program Survey (ANSPS), both funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.  Sue holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and has worked in the Public Health, Drug & Alcohol and Harm Reduction sectors since the early 1990s, including as a health service manager in South Western Sydney. Sue has extensive project management and consultancy experience with a range of government and non-government organisations.

Qualifications:                  BAppSc

publications

Reports
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Iversen J; Heard S; Maher L; Kwon A, 2019, Needle Syringe Program National Minimum Data Collection: National Data Report 2019, https://kirby.unsw.edu.au/report/needle-syringe-program-national-minimum-data-collection-report-2019
2019
Iversen J; Heard S; Maher L; Geddes L, 2019, Australian NSP Survey National Data Report 2014-2018, Prevalence of HIV, HCV and injecting and sexual behaviour among NSP attendees.
2019
Iversen J; Maher L; Heard S; Kwon A, 2018, Needle Syringe Program National Minimum Data Collection: National Data Report 2018
2018
Iversen J; Heard S; Maher L; Geddes L, 2018, Australian NSP Survey National Data Report 2013-2017, Prevalence of HIV, HCV and injecting and sexual behaviour among NSP attendees.
2018
Heard S; Iversen J; Kwon JA; Maher L, 2017, Needle Syringe Program National Minimum Data Collection: National Data Report 2017, Australian Goverment Department of Health
2017