Mike Daube, Professor of Health Policy, Curtin University, Perth, Australia
Mike Daube is a professor of health policy at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. Before this he was Director General of Health for Western Australia and Chair of the National Public Health Partnership. His other roles have included President of the Australian Council on Smoking and Health, President of the Public Health Association of Australia, Co-Chair of the National Alliance for Action on Alcohol, Deputy Chair of the National Preventative Health Taskforce, Chair of the Australian Government’s Tobacco Expert Committee that recommended tobacco plain packaging, Vice-Chair of the WHO-FCTC Expert Review Group, and chair, member and patron of many other government and non-government committees and organisations in Australia and internationally. He has been a leading figure in international and national activity on tobacco, alcohol, and other health issues for more than 40 years, is an active researcher and media commentator, and has worked with the WHO, other international health organisations, governments, and non-governmental organisations in more than 50 countries. He has published widely on tobacco, alcohol, advocacy, and other health topics. Professor Daube is an Officer in the Order of Australia (AO), and has received further awards from organisations including WHO, the American Cancer Society’s Luther Terry Distinguished Career Award, the Australian Medical Association, the National Heart Foundation, the Public Health Association of Australia, the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, ACOSH, Environmental Health Australia, and many others.
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