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Rennie D'Souza

Born: 1959 AD
Currently alive, at 61 years of age.
Nationality: Australian
Categories: Lecturer, Physicians, Researchers

1984 – Received MBBS degree from Dow Medical College, Karachi. 


1990 – Received MSC from the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston. 


1997 –  Was awarded PhD from the Australian National University, Canberra. 


2008 – retired as Fellow at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at The Australian National University. 


2003 – Published D’Souza RM, Strazdins L, Lim L, Broom D, Rodgers B. Work and Health in Contemporary Society: Demands, Control and Insecurity.1


2004 – The journal Work and Stress accepted her paper on the 23rd of August.  Parslow RA, Jorm AF, Christensen H, Rodgers B, Strazdins L, D’Souza RM. A comparison of the effects of work stress on the mental health of organisationally employed and self-employed workers: Analysis from a community sample.


      Parslow RA, Jorm AF, Christensen H, Broom DH, Strazdins L, D’Souza RM. The impact of employee level and work stress on mental health and GP service use: an analysis of a sample of Australian government employees.2


      Strazdins L, D’Souza RM, Lim L, Broom D, Rodgers B. Job Strain and Health: Rethinking the Relationship.3


      D’Souza RM. Should Vitamin A be used for the treatment of Measles: Is there any doubt? and D’Souza RM, Becker N, Hall G, Moodie KBA. Does ambient temperature affect foodborne disease?4


2005 – Published D’Souza RM, Butler T, Petrovsky. Assessment of cardiovascular disease risk factors and diabetes mellitus in Australian prisons: is the prisoner population unhealthier than the rest of the Australian population?5


        – D’Souza RM, Strazdins L, Clements MS, Broom DH, Parslow R, Rodgers B. The health effects of jobs: status, working conditions or both?6


2006 – Published Broom DH, D’Souza RM, Strazdins L, Butterworth, P, Parslow R, Rogders B. The lesser evil: bad jobs or unemployment? A survey of mid-aged Australians7; and D’Souza RM, Strazdins L, Broom DH, Rogders B, Berry H. Work demands, job insecurity and sickness absence from work. How productive is the new, flexible labour force?8



1 Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2003;57:849-54.  

2 BMC Public Health. 2004; 4(1): 1-9

3 Journal of Occupational Health and Psychology. 2004; 9(4): 296-305

4 Postgraduate Doctor 2004; March/April:62-66

5 Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2005; 29, 4: 318-323

6 Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health 2005; 29, No 3: 222-228.  

7 Social Science and Medicine. 2006, 63, 3: 575-586

8 Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 2006; 30(3): 205-212.