Dr Caroline Tomiczek is a leading researcher with more than 10 years’ experience in research and policy development.

Caroline is adept at designing and managing complex social research projects. Her research focuses on public health and social policy and has been used to evaluate important programs, services and policies. She draws on both qualitative and quantitative methods to collect and analyse data – uncovering insights that ultimately improve government decision-making and contribute to improved communities.

Caroline’s career highlights include the Evaluation of the National Tobacco Campaign and the Evaluation of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.

Project highlights: 

  • Development of the NSW LGBTI Health Strategy for NSW Ministry of Health
  • Evaluation of the NSW Cancer Plan for Cancer Institute NSW
  • Evaluation of the Travel Choices Station Link Program for Transport for NSW
  • Evaluation of the Housing Acceleration Fund for NSW Department of Planning, Infrastructure and Environment

I help people make well-informed decisions about policies, programs and projects by putting the best available evidence from research at the centre of policy development and implementation.