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A/Prof Sarah Dennis

Associate Professor of Allied Health

I am a health services researcher with a focus on research into the diagnosis, management and prevention of chronic diseases, particularly chronic respiratory disease, in primary health care and health literacy, health services coordination and integration.

Publications

C1 - Journal Article

E1 - Conference Abstract

Grants

  • 2015 Activating Primary Care COPD Patients with Multi-morbidity (APCOM) Pilot Project (Postgraduate Scholarship for Sameera Ansari) Nicholas Zwar; Hassan Hosseinzadeh; Sarah May Dennis; NATIONAL HEALTH & MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL.
  • 2014 ehealth initiatives and health care integration in gp super clinics ; Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute..
  • 2014 e-Health initiatives and health care integration in GP Super Clinics Sarah Dennis; Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute..
  • 2014 Emerging models of integrated primary health care centres: their impact on acces and integration of care and contributing factors. Julie McDonald; Grant Russell; Sarah May Dennis; Jeffrey Fuller; Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute.
  • 2014 Emerging models of integrated primary health care centres: their impact on access and integration of care and contributing factors Sarah Dennis; Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute..
  • 2013 using the electronic practice based research network (epbrn) to prevent re-admission for type-2 diabetes ; HCF HEALTH AND MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION.
  • 2010 A cluster randomised trial of early intervention for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease by practice nurse-GP teams Nicholas Zwar; Sandy Middleton; Helen Reddel; Paul Onno Van Schayck; Alan Crockett; Sarah May Dennis; NATIONAL HEALTH & MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL.
  • 2010 Effective determinants for supporting lifestyle health literacy and self management skills in primary health care Mark Fort Harris; Anna May Williams; Sarah May Dennis; Anthony Newall; Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute.