Susan Jack (MBChB, Dip Paeds, MPH+TM, PhD, FNZCPHM) is a New Zealand public health medicine specialist. She is currently a Medical Officer of Health and Clinical Director of Te Whatu Ora, National Public Health Service, Southern District, New Zealand. Susan is an honorary Senior Lecturer with the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. Susan worked in Cambodia for many years including with WHO in the areas of child survival, nutrition, maternal and newborn health. Her interests include infectious diseases, effective translation of evidence into policy, strategy, implementation, and evaluation of public health programmes.
Title : Carriage of neisseria meningitidis among university students living in residential colleges, Dunedin, New Zealand