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Karen Kiang


Dr Karen Kiang initially trained in the US in paediatrics, adult medicine, and public health, and moved to Australia in 2004. Her interest has always been in international child health, and it was here where her interest in climate change and child health begun.

Since moving to Australia, while repeating her general paediatrics training and raising a family, she has been very active in the international child health and refugee/asylum seeker health space. She is an active member of both Doctors for the Environment Australia and the RACP Climate Change and Health Reference Group.