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  • Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine Building 5, Level 2, Bond University 14 Robina Drive, Robina Queensland 4226

    Australia

  • Bond University, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine

    4229 Gold Coast

    Australia

  • 12558 Citations
  • 46 h-Index
19982020

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Research interests

Most of my research concerns making use of large linked population data sets to analyse the impact of healthcare interventions, including drugs, medical procedures and higher level policies. 

External positions

University of Newcastle

1997 → …

University of Melbourne

University of Toronto

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Research Output

Association between the regional variation in premature mortality and immigration in Ontario, Canada

Rosella, L. C., Kornas, K., Watson, T., Buajitti, E., Bornbaum, C., Henry, D. & Brown, A., 27 May 2020, In : Canadian Journal of Public Health. 11 p.

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    How do trainee doctors learn about research? Content analysis of Australian specialist colleges' intended research curricula

    Stehlik, P., Noble, C., Brandenburg, C., Fawzy, P., Narouz, I., Henry, D. & Glasziou, P., 15 Mar 2020, In : BMJ Open. 10, 3, 8 p., e034962.

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    How pharmacoepidemiology networks can manage distributed analyses to improve replicability and transparency and minimize bias

    Platt, R. W., Platt, R., Brown, J. S., Henry, D. A., Klungel, O. H. & Suissa, S., 1 Jan 2020, In : Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 29, S1, p. 3-7 5 p.

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    Identifying the most effective essential medicines policies for quality use of medicines: A replicability study using three World Health Organisation data-sets

    Holloway, K. A., Ivanovska, V., Manikandan, S., Jayanthi, M., Mohan, A., Forte, G. & Henry, D., 6 Feb 2020, In : PLoS One. 15, 2, 16 p., e0228201.

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    The Canadian Network for Observational Drug Effect Studies (CNODES): Reflections on the first eight years, and a look to the future

    Platt, R. W., Henry, D. A. & Suissa, S., 1 Jan 2020, In : Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety. 29, S1, p. 103-107 5 p.

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  • Activities

    • 1 Professional Memberships

    Queensland Regional Health Collaborative Steering Committee (External organisation)

    Allan W Cripps (Chair), Mark Morgan (Member), Clare Badenhorst (Member), Alicia Eaton (Member), David A Henry (Member), Rhonda Morton (Member), Greta Ridley (Member), Paul A. Scuffham (Member), Marianne Vonau (Member), Suzanne Chambers (Member), Helen J Chenery (Member), Maree Gleeson (Member), Susan A Nancarrow (Member), Sheena Reilly (Member), Stuart Smith (Member), Jeremy Wellwood (Member)
    Jul 2018Jul 2019

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