Dr Megan Alessandrini has been researching in public policy since 1998, before which she was employed as an analyst. She has lectured and researched in public policy and NGOs.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Social Capital and Blood Donation: The Australian Case

The Australian Red Cross Blood Service is facing a dilemma. Only 3% of Australians donate blood. The donor pool is shrinking as demand continues to grow. Research provides some answers.

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The Politics of Organ Donation: Chasing a Rainbow?

The frequency of organ donation varies enormously between OECD countries. Explanations include practical and technical factors, but others are embedded in culture and attitudes.

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The Dilemma of Organ Transplantation: Opting In or Opting Out

Organ transplantation in Australia has emerged as a significant health policy problem. Australian culture has to date been resistant to the usual strategies to stimulate donation.

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