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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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Dr Patrick Lam

Dr Patrick Lam

I direct the biomechanical laboratory at the Orthopaedic Research Institute at St George Hospital. We have state-of-the-art facilities and welcome all students, from elective, ILP through to PhD students.

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Associate Professor Nicodemus Tesfamariam Tedla

Associate Professor Nicodemus Tesfamariam Tedla

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The main focus of this research group is to study the functional properties and the regulation of a new class of immuno-regulatory receptors termed as Leukocyte immunoglobulin-like receptors (LILRs) (Fig 1) and to defi

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Dr Catherine Spooner

Dr Catherine Spooner

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

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

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Dr Lisa Hilder

Dr Lisa Hilder

Qualifications: MBBS, 1982 University of Sydney, MSc (Epid) 1990, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London,

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The Australasian Maternity Outcomes Surveillance System: Improving safety and quality of maternity care in Australia

The Australasian Maternity Outcomes Surveillance System: Improving safety and quality of maternity care in Australia

There is currently no Australian system of monitoring severe complications of pregnancy. Many of these complications are rare, making them difficult to study and limiting knowledge as to their true frequency, cause and best treatment. We intend to intr...
Evaluating eviQ: a web based point of care cancer information system

Evaluating eviQ: a web based point of care cancer information system

Using clinical and economic evidence to inform decision making in cancer care
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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