• Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine Bond University Gold Coast Queensland 4229

    Australia

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Personal profile

Research interests

I am currently the Professor of Clinical Epidemiology in the Centre for Research in Evidence Based Practice at Bond University (0.5 FTE), and work in general practice half-time.

I was a member of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (2008-2012), the Economic Sub-Committee of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (2005-2013), and Therapeutic Guidelines (Cardiovascular) advisory group (2011-12). I am a member of the advisory group for the National Prescribing Service and the editorial board of Diagnostic Imaging Pathways.

My research areas of interest are improving the use of diagnostic, screening and monitoring tests in general practice.

I have published 82 ISI listed articles, with an average citation rate of 21 (average in health services research is 4 and in internal medicine is 9), including in BMJ (9), PLOS medicine (2), Archives of Internal Medicine (1) and MJA (9). My total grant income is approximately $4 million.

I have also presented invited talks for the:

  • International Laboratory Clinical Chemists Scientific Conference in Grainau, Germany
  • Royal College of Pathologists Australia scientific conference
  • Sydney's School of Public Health
  • Melbourne University School of Population and Global Health
  • St Luke's International Hospital annual scientific meeting, Tokyo, Japan.

Statement for HDR students

I have supervised higher degree research students investigating:

  • Novel diagnostic tests for dengue fever
  • Methods for preventing over diagnosis
  • Methods for improving the use of clinical prediction rules in clinical settings

Education/Academic qualification

University of Queensland

Award Date: 15 Jun 2006

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  • Is the NHS 'Heart Age Test' too much medicine?

    McKinn, S., McCaffrey, K., Glasziou, P., Irwig, L. & Doust, J., Nov 2019, In : Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners. 69, 688, p. 560-561 2 p.

    Bond University

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  • Antibiotic prescribing in primary healthcare: Dominant factors and trade-offs in decision-making

    Lum, E. P. M., Page, K., Whitty, J. A., Doust, J. & Graves, N., 1 Jun 2018, In : Infection, Disease and Health. 23, 2, p. 74-86 13 p.

    Bond University

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    Heuristics and biases in cardiovascular disease prevention: How can we improve communication about risk, benefits and harms?

    Bonner, C., McKinn, S., Lau, A., Doust, J., Trevena, L. & McCaffery, K., 1 May 2018, In : Patient Education and Counseling. 101, 5, p. 843-853 11 p.

    Bond University

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  • Should heart age calculators be used alongside absolute cardiovascular disease risk assessment?

    Bonner, C., Jansen, J., Glasziou, P., Irwig, L., Doust, J. & McCaffery, K., 7 Feb 2018, In : BMC Cardiovascular Disorders. 18, 1, 8 p., 19.

    Bond University

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