The Geospatial Analysis group is co-headed by Prof Thanh Phan and A/Prof Richard Beare. The group has interest in all aspects of geospatial analysis including optimisation and spatiotemporal regression. The Gallery below includes application in health network design incorporating travel time, population and disease incidence data and spatial analysis of disease hot spots. For collaboration and student research projects, please contact either Prof Thanh Phan (thanh.phan at monash.edu) Or A/Prof Richard Beare (Richard.beare at monash.edu)
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- Geospatial and Transport Modeling in Stroke Service Planning (e-book published December 2019)
Monash Infrastructure Seed Fund 2018: Exploring the impact of traffic congestion on responses to emergency codes by Ambulance Victoria.
Collaboration with Civil Engineering: Graham Curry, Hai Le Vu; Monash Ambulance Victoria: Karen Smith, Michael Stephenson, Andrew Clough.
Ambulance Victoria (AV) has a crucial role in responding to emergency calls in a timely manner, treating patients and transporting patients to the appropriate hospital. A less appreciated factor is the impact of traffic congestion on AV’s response to emergency codes (1-3) and subsequent impact on patient outcomes. The population in Melbourne is projected to grow from 4.7 million (2016) to 6.4 million in 2036, traffic congestion is likely to increase, impacting on ability of AV to meet its key performance indicators. This project explores the impact of traffic congestion on AV’s response to emergency codes (1-3). The project directly relates to transport and planning.
Agency for Clinical Innovation grant: Googling hubs for endovascular clot retrieval in New South Wales geospatial modeling, optimization and health economic analysis
Collaboration with Agency for Clinical Innovation: Kim Sutherland, Kate Jackson, Jennifer Pedler, Mathieu Lanthier-Veilleux, Kylie Tastula, Richard Lindley and Clare Quinn
At present, a centralised model for providing clot retrieval exists in Victoria but not in New South Wales. The grant will be used to develop a geospatial model for delivering clot retrieval service in New South Wales as well as telestroke service.
Web-based app to estimate cost of visiting hospital outpatient
Collaboration with Information Technology: Rodion Sharlov, David Taniar
The aim of this project is to create a web-based app to estimate the cost of visiting hospital outpatient given a constraint on time and budget. The app will estimate cost for visiting by car, uber, taxi and public transport.