Ms McGill is a Research Assistant at the University of Sydney’s Prevention Research Collaboration. She is undertaking a Prevention Centre-funded PhD at the University of Sydney to assess the impact of financial incentives on weight loss maintenance in a healthy lifestyle intervention in a health insurance setting.
She has more than 20 years’ experience working in the health sector both clinically and in applied public health research, with a focus on physical activity and nutrition interventions in disease prevention. Her experience and interests include translational research, program management and evaluation regarding physical activity and nutrition in different settings, and the use of literature and evidence reviews to inform preventive public health programs and practice.
She has a Master of Public Health and a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours).
- The maintenance of Healthy Weight for Life program effects
- Bronwyn is involved in projects with the Rapid Response Evaluation Capacity.