Danielle Fitzpatrick is an Australian-based medical practitioner and health policy advocate with a focus on equitable health service delivery. She has studied public health and public policy as a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford, and is a Policy Fellow with the Centre for Policy Development. As a practising clinician, she is passionate about health systems reform that focus on holistic patient-centred and equitable care.
Building a Covid vaccine strategy for Australia
Tempering expectations is a start. The next test will be to ensure the most vulnerable are not left behind.
Doctors help the moral case for border security
The medical evacuation bill is a really a debate on the limits of political discretion.