Information related to research method "Quantitative Analysis"

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  • Faculty of Education and Arts

  • Nat Sch of Arts

  • Dr Haydn Aarons

    I am a sociologist with specific interests in religion, cultural consumption, health, and rural communities. My teaching covers a range of sociological fields. I specialise in quantitative methods, particularly survey data.

    Phone : 3303 (Melbourne) Email :

  • Nat Sch of Education

  • Associate Professor Kenneth Smith

    Invitational Education, positive psychology, teacher effectiveness, academic achievement, self-concept, self-efficacy, career counselling skills, research design, structural equation modelling, and measurement and evaluation.

    Phone : (03) 9953 3257 (Melbourne) Email :

  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Dr George Mnatzaganian

    Dr. George Mnatzaganian (PhD, MPH, MMedSci, BSN) is an epidemiologist and public health researcher. He acquired his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. In his Master degree, he majored in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. His postgraduate PhD in Medicine (Epidemiology and Public Health) was from the University of Adelaide in South Australia. George has quantitative research skills in data management, data linkage, and analysis of large data sets. His doctoral studies gained him much knowledge, expertise and skills in researching health administrative data sets such as the hospital morbidity data (HMD). George has demonstrated how these HMD can be improved to better predict medical outcomes among hospitalized patients. George has some years of teaching experience - mainly teaching Public Health, Epidemiology, and Statistics. George is also interested in health services research and the research of higher degree education.

    Phone : 3637 (Melbourne) Email :


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