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Dr Rebecca Deborah Reeve

Dr Rebecca Deborah Reeve

Dr Rebecca Reeve is a Senior Research Fellow in the Intellectual Disability Behaviour Support (IDBS) team at UNSW.  She is also a Senior Research and Advocacy Officer at The Smith Family. Rebecca’s acad

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Dr Bich Tran

Dr Bich Tran

Dr Bich Tran joined the Centre for Big Data Research in Health in 2015 as an Associate Research Fellow. Her current project is to investigate indicators of potentially preventable hospitalisation and readmission.

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Associate Professor Karen Canfell

Associate Professor Karen Canfell

Professor Karen Canfell is Director of the Cancer Research Division at Cancer Council NSW.  Karen holds a D.Phil. (PhD equivalent) in Epidemiology from the University of Oxford.

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Dr Catherine Spooner

Dr Catherine Spooner

Research Interests    
Management and prevention of overweight and obesity by primary health care services

Qualifications: BA (Hons Psych), MPH, PhD (Public Health)

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Associate Professor Elizabeth Harris

Associate Professor Elizabeth Harris

Elizabeth Harris is Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity.  She is the foundation director of the Centre for Health Equity, Training Research and Evaluation (CHETRE) at Liverpool in south western Sydney from 2000

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Ms Fiona Haigh

Ms Fiona Haigh

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Research interests include Health Impact Assessment, health inequalities, health and human rights and interdisciplinary research and education.

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Associate Professor Virginia Louise Wiseman

Associate Professor Virginia Louise Wiseman

For the past 12 years I have been working as a health economist with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where my research has focussed on the delivery and financing of health care in low and middle income countries.

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Associate Professor Georgina Mary Chambers

Associate Professor Georgina Mary Chambers

Associate Professor Georgina Chambers is the Director of the National Perinatal Epidemiology and Statistics Unit (NPESU).

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Patient Safety: enabling and supporting change for a safer and more effective health system

Patient Safety: enabling and supporting change for a safer and more effective health system

Internationally, patient safety is a growing concern. Patient harm occurs in 10% of hospital admissions. A million adverse events occur in general practice each year in Australia. Overseas data reports that patients receive recommended care only 50% of...
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