Dr Bill Dodd is a science communicator specialising in the translation of new research into materials and media for decision makers, health consumers and the general public. He has been a lecturer in journalism, media and communications at the University of Tasmania, and is author of the book Solutions Journalism published by Lexington Books. He has worked closely with the Tasmanian Department of Health as part of the Tasmanian Public Health Research Action Coalition (TasPHRAC) in relation to nutrition, active living, tobacco control, and air quality. His writing has appeared in The Conversation, The Canberra Times, Renew Economy, The Examiner, Al Jazeera, The Japan Times and Forty Degrees South.
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