Jackie Martin-Kerry
Research Fellow



Jackie is an experienced public health and health services researcher having worked in the areas of oral health, intensive care and health workforce in Australia. She is now working in the Health Services and Policy Research Group where she manages the TRECA Study. This study is investigating whether multimedia interventions (MMIs) can improve the quality of decision making about participation in healthcare trials involving children and adolescents.


  • BAppSci (Medical Laboratory Science)
  • BAappSci (Hons)
  • PhD

Departmental roles

Member of the Making The Difference Committee



Jackie is currently working on the following projects:

Research group(s)


Full publications list

External activities

Invited talks and conferences

  • Modelling the impact of an influenza pandemic in Australia, AIMS 2008 National Conference, October 2008, Melbourne.
  • Victorian workforce initiatives, AIMS 2008 National Conference, October 2008, Melbourne.
  • Workforce innovation, Nuclear Medicine One-Day Seminar, August 2008, Melbourne.
  • Initiatives to improve data quality in intensive care databases. AusIQ 2007 Conference, August 2007, Adelaide.
  • Developing standardised definitions and processes. ARK Conference - Capitalising on Business Information, June 2007, Sydney.
  • Identifying processes to improve data quality. ARK Conference - Improving Data Quality for Enhanced Business Performance, October 2006, Sydney.
  • Improving data quality in a large intensive care comparative dataset. AusIQ 2006 conference, July 2006, Adelaide.
  • Improving data quality at the point of capture. ARK Conference - Strategic Data Quality Management, April 2006, Sydney.



Jackie is able to supervise Masters projects and has a broad interest in health services research. Specific areas of interest include the prevalence and severity of dental conditions in priority populations; preventive health care (particularly for dental conditions); aligning policy and practice; and factors affecting trial recruitment and retention.

Preferred approaches for Masters projects are systematic reviews or other forms of literature reviews such as scoping reviews.


Contact details

Dr Jackie Martin-Kerry
Research Fellow

Tel: 01904 321826