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Researcher: Macintyre, K (Dr Kate Macintyre)

Fields of Research

Cardiology (incl. Cardiovascular Diseases)
Health and Community Services
Nutrition and Dietetics
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Health Care Administration
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Public Health and Health Services
Higher Education
Infectious Diseases
Mental Health
Aged Health Care
Residential Client Care
Health Promotion

Research Objectives

Cardiovascular System and Diseases
Nutrition
Health
Health and Support Services
Evaluation of Health Outcomes
Health Inequalities
Learner and Learning Achievement
Health Policy Evaluation
Infectious Diseases
Palliative Care
Mental Health Services
Health Education and Promotion

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Age- and sex-specific trends in fatal incidence and hospitalized incidence of stroke in Scotland, 1986 to 2005; Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes
Angina and intermittent claudication in 7403 participants of the 2003 Scottish Health Survey: Impact on general and mental health, quality of life and five-year mortality; International Journal of Cardiology
Children want hot food on cold days; how to investigate what influences children's food choice; Population Health Congress 2015
Discordant short- and long-term outcomes associated with diabetes in patients with heart failure: importance of age and sex: a population study of 5.1 million people in Scotland; Circulation. Heart Failure
Estimating the impact of stroke unit care in a whole population: An epidemiological study using routine data; Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
Generalized anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder, and their comorbidity as predictors of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality: The Vietnam experience study; Psychosomatic Medicine
Long-term outcome of low-risk patients attending a rapid-assessment chest pain clinic; Heart
Long-term trends in first hospitalization for heart failure and subsequent survival between 1986 and 2003. A population study of 5.1 million people; Circulation (Baltimore)
Mobile phone use for contacting emergency services in life-threatening circumstances; The Journal of Emergency Medicine
Overcoming barriers to engaging socio-economically disadvantaged populations in CHD primary prevention: A qualitative study; BMC Public Health
Pre-exercise screening and health coaching in CHD secondary prevention: A qualitative study of the patient experience; Health Education Research: Theory and Practice
Primary care burden and treatment of patients with heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Scotland; The European Journal of Heart Failure
Prior psychiatric hospitalization is associated with excess mortality in patients hospitalized with non-cardiac chest pain: A data linkage study based on the full Scottish population (1991-2006); European Heart Journal
Sex differences in incidence, mortality, and survival in individuals with stroke in Scotland, 1986 to 2005; Stroke: A Journal of Cerebral Circulation
Sex-specific time trends in first admission to hospital for peripheral artery disease in Scotland 1991-2007; British Journal of Surgery
Tackling health disparities through intersectoral collaboration: what works and what doesn’t and what we might do in Tasmania; Determinants of Health Advocacy Network Our Health – Who decides? Forum
Talking Point: Public health focus needed for Tasmania
Talking Point: State’s health policy fails by blaming the sick for their illness
Temporal trends and risk factors for readmission for infections, gastrointestinal and immobility complications after an incident hospitalisation for stroke in Scotland between 1997 and 2005; BMC Neurology
Temporal trends in hospitalisation for stroke recurrence following incident hospitalisation for stroke in Scotland; BMC Medicine
The evolution of the Master of Public Health at the University of Tasmania; Council Of Academic Public Health Institutions Australia CAPHIA Teaching And Learning Forum
Trends in incidence and in short term survival following a subarachnoid haemorrhage in Scotland, 1986 - 2005: A retrospective cohort study; BMC Neurology
Who benefits? What benefits? Part-time postgraduate study in health and human services; International Journal of Lifelong Education
“Most of them are junk food but we did put fruit on there and we have water” What children can tell us about the food choices they make; Health Education

Research Projects

Improving prevention and early intervention for type 2 diabetes in Tasmania; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

An Investigation into the Translation of Research Methods into Health Service Improvement Strategies for Clinical Handover- the Development of OSSIE Guide for Clinical Handover Improvement Across Australian Healthcare System
Implementation of AUSDRISK Screening for Type 2 Diabetes
Making Healthy Choices Easy Choices - taking Students on their own Food Journey
Oral/Dental Health Survey