Aaron Jones, CNMIO Sydney Local Health District, shares what it was like working at the forefront of the pandemic and how he navigated the gravity of COVID and all of the unknowns.
Could you please tell us a little bit about yourself and your work pre-COVID-19?I am a lecturer in the Speech Pathology discipline at the Cumberland campus. I provide clinical education for undergraduate and masters Speech Pathology students at on-campus Speech Pathology clinic. Our clinic is busy, with up to 200 clients attending each week, and a [...]
Could you please tell us a little bit about yourself and your research pre-COVID-19? I’m a PhD candidate (Australian Government RTP scholarship) and research associate at the Westmead Applied Research Centre. Before COVID19, I loved to travel, eat delicious food, and spend time with family and friends. My research focused on working with breast cancer survivors [...]
Could you please tell us a little bit about yourself and your work pre-COVID-19? My interest in informatics goes back to my computer and programming classes in high school. I’ve worked as a Registered Nurse for 10 years and have decided to re-engage my interest in data and technology in a way that utilises my clinical [...]
Could you please tell us a little bit about yourself and your work pre-COVID-19? As Head of the Discipline of Medical Imaging Science, my pre-Covid work activity would generally consist of 4 days spread across the Camperdown and Cumberland Campuses and 1 day working at home. From my house, this would mean a 45 minute drive [...]
Could you please tell us a little bit about yourself and your work pre-COVID-19?I am Professor of Dietetics – a teaching and research academic working in the Faculty of Science and located in the Charles Perkins Centre. I normally come into campus five days per week. I have a busy load lecturing to coursework students but [...]
This month’s Digital Health CRC update is on the project ‘Engagement and Behavior modification of patients with Atrial Fibrillation for improved health outcome’. The project is a collaboration between Industry partners HMS and the University of Sydney.
This month we are pleased to feature PhD candidate and Medical Anthropologist Carol Pizzuti. Please tell us a little about yourself I am currently an Industry PhD candidate at the University of Sydney, in the Faculty of Medicine and Health. I am part of a large interdisciplinary team that conducts research within the Discipline of Biomedical [...]
August 2020 – Project Spotlight: The Pandemic Imperative Update provided by Dr Anna Janssen This month’s Digital Health CRC update is on the project ‘The Pandemic Imperative: Clinical Data and Analytics Platform to improve clinical outcomes through point-of-care decision support’. The Pandemic Imperative project is a collaboration between Industry partners NSW Health, Queensland Health and [...]
This month we spend five minutes with Dr Andrew Campbell. Andrew is the Chair, Cyberpsychology Research Group, Senior Lecturer, and Inaugural Australasian Editor for Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking Please tell us a little bit about yourself For most of my life I’ve been fascinated with two things – computers and people. It took me a while to [...]