Rob Condon

Technical Reference Group
Partnerships for a Healthy Region

Dr Rob Condon MB BS FAFPHM FACTM is a public health physician and applied epidemiologist based in Fremantle, Western Australia. He has worked closely with governments and development partners in the Pacific and South East Asia to strengthen health policy and systems, health workforce development, capacity for the delivery of preventive and clinical health care services, and the overall effectiveness and efficiency of aid and development investments. His work has supported better outcomes for: communicable disease control (including malaria elimination, and the detection and management of smaller- and larger-scale infectious disease outbreaks); the emerging interface between communicable and non-communicable diseases in the Pacific; and the laboratory systems to support these programs.

He has provided expert advice to the Pacific Community and the World Health Organization on a range of public health, health system and disease control issues, and to the Australian and New Zealand aid programs on their health sector investments in countries of the Asia-Pacific region. He was previously a member of the Technical Reference Group for the Australian Government's Regional Health Security Initiative (2017-22) and the Expert Advisory Group for the Vaccine Access and Health Security Initiative supporting the regional response to the COVID-19 pandemic (2020-22)