Tiana Alley

Research Assistant


Certificate IV in Mental Health; Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs; Certificate II & III in Community Services


Darwin – Royal Darwin Hospital


Tiana commenced at Menzies School of Health Research as a GTNT Indigenous trainee within the Hep B team in 2019. Throughout her traineeship she worked to improve health literacy regarding hepatitis B amongst Indigenous communities and improve the cascade of care for individuals living with CHB in the NT through evaluating the Hep B Story App and working along-side translators to translate the Hep B Story App. 

Through this traineeship, she has successfully obtained a Certificate III in Community Services and continued employment within Menzies. She was appointed a project assistant within the Hep B team as she continued working on the translation of the Hep B Story App.

Tiana is a research assistant in the The Communicate Study Partnership, a collaborative program working towards ensuring more Aboriginal patients receive culturally safe healthcare, which will deliver better health outcomes.