Information related to research method "Clinical trials"

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  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Faculty of Health Sciences

  • Prof Barbara Riegel

    Professor Barbara Riegel is the Edith Clemmer Steinbright Professor of Gerontology at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing and Co-editor of the Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. Professor Riegel is an established nurse scientist studying adults with cardiovascular disease. Her primary research interest is self-care of older adults with chronic heart failure. This interest in self-care grew out of her early years as a Clinical Nurse Researcher at Sharp HealthCare in San Diego, California, where she led several studies testing methods of transitioning chronically ill patients from hospital to home. Her work in self-care and disease management has been cited widely and used to support programs of care internationally.

    Phone : (Overseas) Email : mmihr.visitingprofessors@acu.edu.au

  • Prof Karen Sliwa-Hahnle

    I am a Professor of Cardiovascular Research at the Hatter Institute for Cardiovascular Research in Africa (HICRA) and Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine (IDM) at the University of Cape Town, and the Director of HICRA where I lead several research groups.
    Born in Germany, I am a clinician-scientist, having trained in Germany, Scotland and Israel. In 1992 I immigrated to South Africa where I completed my clinical training as a specialist physician, cardiologist and obtained a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. In 2002 I was awarded my PhD from the University of the Witwatersrand. I received Fellowships from the American College of Cardiology, the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and hold honorary research appointments at the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI), Hamilton, Canada and the Baker Institute, Melbourne, Australia. I am leading a large international registry funded by the ESC and am an editorial consultant/board member of a number of prestigious journals including a??The Lancet (IF 39) and European Heart Journal (IF 15.7).
    My work has culminated in my receiving several prestigious international awards including the African Most Influential Women in Business and Government- Continental Lifetime Achiever Award (2015/2016); German Cardiac Society Paul Morawitz Award for Exceptional Cardiovascular Research (2013); South Africa /Germany Year of Science NRF Celebrations Award (2012); Department of Science and Technology Distinguished Women in Science Award (2010); Population Health Research Institute International Scholar, McMaster University, Canada (2010) and the International Society of Hypertension Developing World Award (2010).
    In 2014 a full profile report was published about me in The Lancet. In 2015 a 2 page report portraying me as a global leader in cardiovascular medicine was published in the European Heart Journal (IF 15.7).

    Phone : (Overseas) Email : mmihr.visitingprofessors@acu.edu.au

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  • Nat Sch Exercise Science

  • Dr Liam Johnson

    Dr Johnson???s research is focused on establishing a safe and efficacious exercise-training model that will promote recovery, improve cardiovascular health and quality of life after stroke. His research in assessing how exercise capacity changes over time after stroke will inform the development of exercise training guidelines to accelerate recovery, enhance motor function and reduce the disability experienced post-stroke. Dr Johnson has expertise in exercise testing and prescription in clinical populations and balance testing, and is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at Epworth HealthCare.

    Phone : +61399533037 (Melbourne) Email : liam.johnson@acu.edu.au

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  • Dr Angelica Thompson Butel

    I am an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and lecturer in the Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology with the School of Exercise Science at the Australian Catholic University. I also hold a honorary appointment at St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney and I am a research affiliate with the Center of Research Excellence in Stroke Rehabilitation and Brain Recovery.

    I completed the Bachelor of Applied Science: Exercise and Sport Science at Sydney University in 2007 and a PhD at UNSW in 2014. My PhD was based at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA), where I investigated assessment and rehabilitation techniques for stroke survivors. During my PhD I was awarded a number of competitive scholarships including a full PhD scholarship, a top up scholarship (NeuRA), a Special Domestic PhD scholarship (UNSW) and 3 travel bursaries (Stroke Society of Australasia x2 and UNSW x1).

    Since completing my PhD I have continued my research in Neurological rehabilitation and assessment with a special interest in rehabilitation for patients with stroke. I have been involved in a number of studies utilising virtual reality for education and rehabilitation in these populations.

    Phone : (02) 9701 4739 (Strathfield) Email : Angelica.ThompsonButel@acu.edu.au

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