Luke Van Der Beeke
A multi-disciplinarian with over 20 years of experience, Luke has held leadership roles in the public private and third sectors. He has worked across numerous public health domains including mental health, disability services, non-communicable disease prevention, infection disease control and the social determinants of health. Luke has managed delivery and/or worked as an advisor on social marketing behaviour change interventions in Australia, Europe, south east Asia and Africa.
Significant projects that Luke has worked on include:
Managing the implementation of the Department of Health England's national social marketing capacity building programme for the NHS between 2010 and 2012.
Contributing to the Strategic Review on Health Inequalities in England 2010 (The Marmot Review) while a member of the International Collaboration on Social Determinants of Health.
Providing strategic advice and behaviour change programme delivery for a range of organisations including the British, Scottish and Chinese governments, the World Health Organisation, European Commission and USAID.
Luke is an Adjunct Research Fellow Public Health at Curtin University, a sessional academic, and was recently appointed to Health Way Western Australia's Health Advisory Committee.