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Hannah Baird

Service Manager - Projects - HammondCare
Hannah's Bio
Hannah is a public health professional with over 20 years experience across policy, programs, research and publishing. With a business undergraduate degree and a post graduate Masters in Health, she has worked across the private, government and not for profit sectors.  Hannah brings to HammondCare, a wealth of experience in national service and projects, stakeholder relationship management, contract management, delivery and reporting.  She is passionate about supporting people in need with high quality evidence based healthcare and support, with a focus on disadvantaged communities, and in creating the space for sharing personal stories. 

Her career trajectory has included managing the federally funded national Youth Cancer Services program for CanTeen Australia, National Women and CVD Manager at the National Heart Foundation, publishing executive at Consumers Association's Which magazine in the UK and supporting the Deaf community at Deaf Association NZ.  Highlights have included developing a national youth cancer framework, peer review journal publications, international conference presentations and an international award for the Get to Know Your Medicines campaign, while at NPS Medicines Wise.

During her 3 years as Service Manager at the Dementia Centre HammondCare, her and her team have had responsibility for Dementia Support Australia (DSA) service delivery and reporting, management of the 7 Tiered BPSD Project, research business coordination and the development of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and dementia strategy.  
#International Dementia Conference
International Dementia Conference
#International Dementia Conference

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