Dr Belinda Lloyd leads the Population Health Research Program at Turning Point Alcohol & Drug Centre.
Dr Belinda Lloyd has worked in government and academic settings in Queensland, where she has coordinated and supervised numerous research projects incorporating quantitative and qualitative design, and involving large data collections, analysis and interpretation.
Dr Lloyd developed a research program examining pharmaceutical drug misuse, using data from routine statewide population monitoring. The aim of the program was to better inform prevention, treatment and drug-use trends in the field of pharmaceutical drug use, misuse and its treatment.
The study resulted in the publication of statewide data relating to pharmaceutical use, and also pharmacotherapy treatment and she has presented on this study at numerous national and international conferences.
Dr Lloyd has a PhD in epidemiology, utilising large-scale longitudinal data. She is a regular presenter at national and international conferences on epidemiological research relating to alcohol and other drugs.