2013

Graduate Research degree conferrals

Successfully examined theses by our graduate research students in 2013.

Graduate Degree Thesis Title Principal Supervisor

EPIDEMIOLOGY

Conor Deasy PhD Using a cardiac arrest registry to describe out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) and inform future strategy Peter Cameron
Basia Diug PhD Case-control study of risk factors contributing to bleeding risk in community-based patients receiving warfarin therapy John McNeil
Rosanne Freak-Poli PhD Global Corporate Challenge evaluation: the evaluation of a low cost, low impact pedometer-based, physical activity, workplace health program Anna Peeters
Cameron Gosling PhD Injuries in triathletes: profiles and perspectives of risk and safety during competition Belinda Gabbe
Danny Hills PhD In harm's way: workplace aggression in Australian clinical medical practice Catherine Joyce
Harry Mond PhD Cardiac pacing and implantable cardioverter-defibrillator surveys: long-term Australian and international experience -
Brendan Quinn PhD Methamphetamine in Melbourne: epidemiology of use, related harms and barriers and pathways to professional support Paul Dietze

FORENSIC MEDICINE

Janet Davey PhD A forensic study of fourteen Graeco/Roman child mummies Olaf Drummer

HEALTH PROMOTION

Darshini Ayton PhD 'From places of despair to spaces of hope': the local church and health promotion in Victoria Ben Smith

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

Victor Hoe PhD Work related musculoskeletal disorders of the neck and upper limb Malcolm Sim

PUBLIC HEALTH

Sue Brennan PhD Developing a research framework to improve our ability to understand and measure the effect of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) in primary care Sally Green
Katharine Gibson PhD Reflections on the role of partnerships in public health policy and practice Just Stoelwinder
Alisa Pedrana PhD Understanding HIV risk and addressing barriers to testing for men who have sex with men in Australia Mark Stoové
Geoffrey Strange PhD Seeing the invisible: the impediments of timely diagnosis of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Simon Stewart