Louise Galloway 

Louise Galloway is Senior Advisor for the Prevention and Population Health (PPH) branch in the Victorian Department of Health.

PPH’s work focuses on the development and implementation of primary and secondary prevention policy and program initiatives for Victoria in conjunction with government, funded agencies, primary health, and community organisations. Her areas of responsibility include tobacco control, sexual health and viral hepatitis, cancer prevention and population screening, oral health promotion and women’s health. A particular focus of work is to reduce inequality including improving participation in screening programs, with a focus on underscreened communities. Louise has over ten years’ experience in population screening including overseeing new technology initiatives in cancer screening and prevention. She is the Victorian representative on a number of state and national committees, including the Standing Committee on Screening, and is a member of the steering committee overseeing the renewal of the cervical screening program. Louise has a long working career in clinical and policy areas of the health system and holds a Master of Business Administration from The University of Melbourne.

 A/Director, Prevention & Population Health
Department of Health | 50 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
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Phone: 03 9096 0419
Fax: 03 9096 9165