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PhD Health Services Research Policy and Administration, University of Colorado Denver (2017)

MPH Epidemiology, Colorado School of Public Health (2012)

BS (Magna Cum Laude) Psychology (major), Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (minor), University of Arizona (2010)

Dr Kim Lind is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research. Prior to joining Macquarie University Kim was on the faculty at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Her expertise is in health services research, epidemiology and biostatistics. Her dissertation focused on the effects of health care coverage expansions on reducing ethnoracial disparities in dementia screening, diagnosis rates and medication utilization. Her research areas include: health disparities, biomarker development and validation, medical imaging utilization. Kim specializes in analysing claims (administrative) data. Kim currently works on research regarding aged care and medication safety.

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Outcomes research, disparities research, healthy aging, cognitive impairment, secondary data analysis, claims data, health outcomes, health disparities, geriatric health, dementia


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