School of Public Health and Community Medicine

Primary Health Care Student Thesis

Sameera Ansari
Topic: Activating Primary care COPD patients with Multi-morbidity (APCOM) pilot pr oject
Supervisors: Dr Hassan Hosseinzadeh, Professor Nick Zwar and Dr Sarah Dennis

Kaniz Fatema
Topic: A study on the Prediction of Cardiovascular Diseases in Bangladeshi Population.
Supervisors: Dr Bayzidur Rahman and Professor Nick Zwar

Nahla Hariri
Topic: The prevalence of postpartum distress and accessibility to primary mental health services for women in Makkah - Saudi Arabia
Supervisors: Dr Husna Razee, Professor Stephen Matthey and Dr Mohammed Garout

Emily Harper
Topic: Chronic disease prevention particularly focus on obesity.
Supervisors: Professor Roslyn Poulos and Dr Siranda Torvaldsen

Maha Iqbal
Topic: Design and Evaluation of an Educational Instrument to Develop Collaborative Learning Competencies in Junior Medical Students
Supervisors: Dr. Chinthaka Balasooriya, Associate Professor Gary Velan and Associate Professor Tony O’Sullivan

Jitendra Jonnagaddala
Topic: Identification of diabetes patients at risk of other chronic diseases from unstructured data using big data and semantic web technologies.
Supervisors: Professor Siaw-Teng Liaw and Professor Pradeep Ray

Fatema Khatun
Topic: An Assessment of Community Readiness for mHealth in Rural Bangladesh
Supervisors: Professor Siaw-Teng Liaw, Dr Anita Heywood and Dr Abbas Bhuiya

Ruyamuro Kwedza
Topic: Exploring clinical governance in rural and remote primary health care
Supervisors: Professor Nick Zwar, A/Professor Sarah Larkins and A/Professor Julie Johnson

Andrew Mark
Topic: Smoke-free outdoor areas: can tobacco control advocacy with Local Government be effective?
Supervisors: Professor Robyn Richmond and Dr Holly Seale

Rebecca Tinning
Topic: Re-engineering  Primary Care for Privately Insured Patients with chronic disease in Australia to reduce utilisation
Supervisors: A/Professor Andrew Hayen and Professor Nick Zwar

Sanjyot Vagholkar
Topic: Cardiovascular absolute risk assessment in general practice and impact on prescribing.
Supervisors: Professor Nick Zwar and Professor Mark Harris