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Nicole Pratt
Biostatistician and pharmacoepidemiologist
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OHDSI Mar 29
What analytical use cases can ohdsi support to generate reliable evidence? A standing room only community is ready to collaborate together on clinical characterization, population level effect estimation, and patient level prediction.
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UniSA Research Mar 28
Translation of research into real world outcomes is at the core of everything we do at UniSA. Today’s results of national Engagement and Impact measures clearly demonstrate this, reflecting the excellence of our researchers: UniSA ranked #1 in Australia!
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QUMPRC Mar 28
The Veterans’ MATES program has helped over 295,000 veterans, 33,000 doctors, 8,500 pharmacies and 2,600 residential aged care facilities with improved care and health outcomes
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Renly Dec 12
Looking at the 50:50 gender distribution among the funding success gives me hope to follow my passion and continue a research-intensive career. Proud to have as my colleague and Elina as my mentor!
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UniSA Newsroom Dec 12
Congratulations to our researchers who have won almost $12 million in funding to tackle Australia's most serious health challenges:
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QUMPRC Dec 5
Please RT! Do you use the PBS data? Or want to learn how to use the PBS data? The PBS data workshop is back Date: 19-21 February 2019 Venue: Register here 👇🏻
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QUMPRC Dec 1
Professor Libby Roughead on the ReMInDAR trial which aims to reduce medicine induced deterioration and adverse events in older people living in aged care facilities
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QUMPRC Nov 19
Professor Libby Roughead leading the Veterans’ Medication Advice and Therapeutics Education Service (MATES) program. Enterprising Research talk on Veterans’ MATES program and medication safety
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UniSA Nov 8
Check out upcoming Enterprising Research Talk: Improving Medication Safety, panel discussion led by Prof Libby Roughead, taking place on Nov 20, 6pm at UniSA City West. More details and registration here:
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Renly Nov 6
What a great pleasure to be featured in the Member Insight. Talked about my project and my work in Cambodia.
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Renly Oct 31
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QUMPRC Oct 23
154.5 million individuals were included in the study. Prevalence of medication use among children increased over time in all countries and regions
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Women in Innovation Oct 18
Congratulations Dr Renly Lim winner in the Open category in the 2018 Winnovation Awards
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Renly Oct 3
Many services that may benefit persons with is under-utilised in . Our new paper on use of medicines and health services for COPD among Australians over 50 years.
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QUMPRC Oct 4
Our team described the methods that can be used to analyse medicine utilisation and expenditure to support pharmaceutical policy implementation in this WHO report.
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ACSQHC Sep 24
The new infographic available from the Caring for Cognitive Impairment Campaign highlights strategies for reducing inappropriate use of antipsychotics in different healthcare settings :
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QUMPRC Sep 2
Congratulations Emeritus Professor Lloyd Sansom. Receiving the highest award from the Andre Bedat Award.
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The Lancet Sep 14
medication use is increasing but some patients in some countries are still not receiving the treatment they need: finding from a retrospective observational study
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QUMPRC Aug 16
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UniSA Newsroom Aug 14
. is one of six researchers to win a total of $2.3m from the this week. Dr Lim will use her $327,192 grant to help prevent medicinal side effects on older people taking multiple drugs
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