SKAI was developed over many years by an interdisciplinary team of researchers and clinicians, with input from community members and experts in social science, education, communication and website design.
NCIRS Social Sciences
Dr Kasia Bolsewicz
Dr Maryke Steffens
Dr Ikram Abdi
NCIRS Education and Training
The SKAI expansion team would like to thank the NCIRS Social Science Provider Reference Group and Consumer Advisory Group for their excellent contributions and willingness to co-design and improve new SKAI resources.
An advisory group supported the development of the original SKAI communications package, comprising:
Terry Nolan, University of Melbourne; Greg Rowles, GP, Melbourne; Liz Marles, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners; Karen Booth, Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association; Catherine Hughes, Immunisation Foundation of Australia.
Many people contributed to the development of the original SKAI website, including:
Kristine Macartney, Frank Beard, Penny Haora, Tom Snelling, Jessica Kaufman, Sue Randall, Harold Willaby, Kerrie Wiley, Melinda Hassall, Alex Henry, Cath Jackson, Helen Bedford, Francine Cheater, Nick Sevdalis, Annette Alafaci, Jo Lander, Marguerite Tracy, Marianne Trent and Ciara McDonald.
The team behind the original MumBubVax website also included a number of other valued collaborators and contributors:
Jane Tuckerman, Carol Jos, Jane Frawley, Kirsten Perrett, Helen Marshall, Tom Snelling, Frank Beard, Deshayne Fell, Penny Haora, Catherine Hughes and the entire SKAI team.
Please note that the MumBubVax was archived in 2023, and the content from that website can now be found on the SKAI website.