Dr Anshul Kaul is a clinician turned health promotion professional. Her qualifications include Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Master of International Public Health and Master of Public Health in Health promotion and Disease Prevention. She has worked in remote and rural communities both in India and Australia, and has experience working in government and non-government sectors, including Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations.
Her work in health promotion has involved translating research into evidence-based best practice through projects such as smoking cessation and more recently oral health.
Anshul has a strong interest in social determinants of health and has been volunteering in a range of social initiatives. She is also an active member of Multicultural Council of the NT, Climate Action Darwin, NT Writers Centre and Alliance for Cavity Free Future. Additionally, she is also a part of the AHPA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Working Group.