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Researcher: Stokes, BC (Mr Brian Stokes)

Fields of Research

Health informatics and information systems
Epidemiology
Mental health services
Nephrology and urology
Endocrinology
Health systems
Cancer genetics
Molecular targets
Public administration
Health economics
Clinical sciences
Health and community services
Health services and systems
Solid tumours

Research Objectives

Disease distribution and transmission (incl. surveillance and response)
Clinical health
Mental health
Health system performance (incl. effectiveness of programs)
Evaluation of health outcomes
Evaluation of health and support services
Health policy evaluation
Women's and maternal health
Neonatal and child health
Preventive medicine
Public services policy advice and analysis
Mental health services

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Cancer in Tasmania: Incidence and Mortality 2010
Cancer in Tasmania: Incidence and Mortality 2011
Cancer in Tasmania: Incidence and Mortality 2012
Cancer in Tasmania: Incidence and Mortality 2013
Cancer in Tasmania: Incidence and Mortality 2014
Cancer in Tasmania: Incidence and Mortality 2015
Cancer in Tasmania: Incidence and Mortality 2016
Chronic kidney disease in Tasmania: Protocol for a data linkage study; JMIR Research Protocols
Tasmanian Data Linkage Unit: supporting innovative research, planning and policy formulation in Australia through the provision of high-quality linked-data services; International Journal of Population Data Science
Temporal trends in thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) and thyroid peroxidase antibody (ATPO) testing across two phases of iodine fortification in Tasmania (1995-2013); Clinical endocrinology

Research Projects

A Clinical and Biospecimens Prostate Cancer Resource for Biomarker Research in Tasmania; Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation (RHHRF)
The psychosocial determinants of treatment pathways, clinical outcomes and costs in Tasmanians with advanced chronic kidney disease.; Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation (RHHRF)
Creating an MS Portal to achieve better outcomes for people with MS
Evaluation of the Tasmanian Suicide Register

Research Candidate Supervision