Policy and Government Relations Manager, Suicide Prevention Australia
Chris Stone is Policy and Government Relations Manager at Suicide Prevention Australia. He has previously worked on policy and advocacy in a range of areas including homelessness, youth, mental health and suicide prevention. He has qualifications in Law and Psychology and has held a number of policy research and analysis roles in the community sector and in government at both national and state levels.
Head, Suicide and Self-harm Monitoring Unit, Australian Institute for Health and Welfare
Mr Chris Killick-Moran is the Head of the Suicide and Self-harm Monitoring Unit in the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Mr Killick-Moran has more than twenty years’ experience in the development of health policy and evidence in both the Commonwealth and ACT governments. His areas of specialisation include suicide prevention policy, mental health policy, alcohol and other drug policy and the use of data and evidence to inform government decision making. He holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from the Australian National University.
Senior Data Scientist & Project Manager, Suicide and Self-harm Monitoring Unit, Australian Institute for Health and Welfare
Ms Rosalind Morland is a senior data scientist and project manager in the Suicide and Self-harm Monitoring Unit in the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Ms Rosalind Morland has been working in health sector since 2015 as an allied health professional, before joining the AIHW in 2017. Her areas of specialisation include biostatistics, epidemiology and public health. She holds a Bachelor of Human Nutrition and a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Canberra, and is currently completing a Master of Public Health and a Master of Global Health at the University of New South Wales.