Julienne McKay

Julienne McKay is an international public health adviser. She is a graduate in economics, with a career spanning research, policy development and analysis, investment analysis and senior management in government and the private sector. Since retiring in 2000, Julienne has attained a Masters degree in international public health and contributed to development programs in many different capacities in South East Asia, the Pacific and Central America.
Health system strengthening in Papua New Guinea: exploring the role of demand-responsive mechanisms
This Lowy Institute Analysis by Julienne McKay and Dr Katherine Lepani, exploring the role of demand-responsive mechanisms in health services delivery in Papua New Guinea,…
Policy Briefs
Revitalising Papua New Guinea’s health system: the need for creative approaches
The scale of public health challenges in Papua New Guinea heightens the need to improve management capacity and ensure value for money. Proposed changes to health facility…