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PhD (Public Health), MIPH (Honours), BPharm

Magda Raban is a Senior Research Fellow and NHMRC Early Career Fellow in the Centre for Health System and Safety Research. She is the lead for the Medication Safety and Electronic Decision Support research stream within the Centre. Dr Raban’s research focuses on the use of information technology to improve medication safety, the quality use of medicines and patient outcomes across a range of care settings. Her interests include how the design of electronic decision support systems can be optimised to deliver guideline-based care, and how routinely collected data can inform quality improvement. Dr Raban has experience leading multi-method evaluations, including randomised trials, of health service interventions.

Dr Raban holds a PhD and Masters in public health, and a Bachelor of Pharmacy, from the University of Sydney. Dr Raban practiced as a community pharmacist in Australia and a hospital pharmacist in the UK, prior to working in research. Her research draws on her quantitative, epidemiology and clinical experience.

Dr Raban is currently recruiting Masters by Research and PhD students with an interest in the role of information technology in health care, including hospitals and aged care.

Education/Academic qualification

BPharm

MIPH

PhD

External positions

NHMRC Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies Grant Review Panel Member

Apr 2021

Associate Editor, Applied Clinical Informatics

1 Dec 2020 → …

Editorial Advisor, Health Information Management Journal

20182019

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