Information related to research method "Epidemiology"
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Faculty of Health Sciences
Institute for Health & Ageing
Professor Sanders is a clinical researcher with a focus on osteoporosis particularly relating to risk of falls and fracture. Her title of her PhD thesis was a??The epidemiology of osteoporosis in Australiaa??. She has since designed and conducted many investigator-initiated trials sponsored through the Australian nationally competitive government research funding body (NHMRC), other competitive funding schemes as well as several sponsored through commercial industry. She has extensive experience in study design, ethics reporting, recruitment, implementation of the study; database handling and statistical analysis as well as presentation and publication of results both as reports and peer-reviewed publications. Prior to commencing an academic research career, Kerrie worked as a dietitian and continues to have a strong interest in nutrition particularly as it relates to the musculoskeletal system. She is well cited for a randomized clinical trial investigating a large annual dose of vitamin D in older women to prevent falls and fractures. Health economics is another area of interest. Prof Sanders is a lead author on the first large-scale burden of disease report commissioned by Osteoporosis Australia. Much of the costing data for this report was derived from the NHMRC-funded (CIA-Sanders) multi-site project determining the cost and utilities loss of fractures related to osteoporosis.
: 3724 (Melbourne) : Kerrie.Sanders@acu.edu.au
Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research
Professor David Dunstan is an NHMRC Senior Research Fellow and is based in Melbourne at the Centre for Exercise and Nutrition within the Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research. He is also the head of the Physical Activity laboratory at the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute. His research focuses on the role of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in the prevention and management of chronic diseases. His research program has attracted considerable external funding from the NHMRC, VicHealth and the National Heart Foundation. He has published over 160 peer-reviewed papers, including publications in high impact journals such as Circulation, Diabetes Care, Diabetologia, Obesity Reviews, Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Over the past 15 years, Professor Dunstan has established an extensive media profile including interviews with 60 Minutes, ABC Catalyst, National Public Radio, Wall Street Journal, CNN, the New York Times and the LA Times.
: 8201 (Melbourne) : David.Dunstan@acu.edu.au
Nat Sch of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine
Professor Anne Gardner joined the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine at the Australian Catholic University on the Canberra Campus in late 2011 as Professor of Nursing with a research intensive focus. At ACU Anne is chief investigator in nationally funded studies related to nurse practitioner specialty competency teaching and learning and infection control. Anne is also the Director of Research for the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine.
Prior to the current appointment, Anne spent 4 years as the inaugural Professor of Tropical Health at James Cook University. This was a joint appointment between the university and Townsville Health Service District. Anne has a background in critical care nursing, nurse education and clinical research. She has a PhD in Epidemiology and Population Health from the ANU. Anne's clinical research interests focus primarily on infection control and wound care. Anne is especially well known nationally and internationally for her collaborative research into nurse practitioner scope of practice.
: +61(0)262091330 (Canberra) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Nat School of Allied Health
: 2731 (North Sydney) : Erin.Mathieu@acu.edu.au
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