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BA Adel, GDipEd Melb, M.Biostats Syd, PhD Macq.

Building on a background in Mathematics education, I completed a Master of Biostatistics in parallel with the NSW Health Biostatistical Officer Training program, during which I worked extensively with population level health data and data linkage studies across a diversed range of subject areas. I joined the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Reearch in 2012 and completed a PhD in the following years while also working as a statistician on other projects within the centre. I now work as a Research Fellow in Applied Biostatistics leading my own program of work as well as providing analysis advice and support.

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My research focuses on the quantitative analysis of clinical work practices in healthcare. In particular this involves examining the impacts of interruptions and multitasking in the clinical setting through the analysis of data from direct observations of clinicians' work. A component of this work involves advancement of quantitative methods used in the study of direct observational data, including the innovative use of existing methods and the development of new analysis approaches. 


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