A/Prof Melissa Kang

Associate Professor, University of Sydney
Melissa Kang Clinical Associate Professor in the Specialty of General Practice at the University of Sydney. She is also Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Technology Sydney. She is a primary health care academic and has worked clinically in youth health since 1993 in community and hospital settings. Her research areas include adolescent sexuality and sexual health, and access to primary health care for young people. She teaches postgraduate students and has trained a wide range of health and education professionals in adolescent health. She has been involved in developing resources in adolescent and / or sexual health for GPs for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, NSW Health (Youth Health and Wellbeing Team) and the Sexually Transmitted Infections Programs Unit for NSW Health. Melissa wrote the Dolly Doctor medical column for Dolly magazine for 23 years before it closed in December 2016.

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