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Researcher: Barnsley, KI (Dr Kathryn Barnsley)

Fields of Research

Respiratory diseases
Cardiology (incl. cardiovascular diseases)
Health services and systems
Public policy
Health promotion
Occupational and workplace health and safety
Health policy

Research Objectives

Clinical health
Specific population health (excl. Indigenous health)
Political systems
Health education and promotion
Public services policy advice and analysis
Preventive medicine
Diagnosis of human diseases and conditions

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Bureaucratic barriers to evidence-based tobacco control policy: A Tasmanian case study; Universal Journal of Public Health
Cochrane review update leaves big questions unanswered regarding vaping: implications for medical practitioners; The European Respiratory Journal
Covid-19 and smoking: the elephant in the room?; BMJ - blog
COVID-19, propelled by smoking, could destroy entire nations; European Respiratory Society - blog
Crony Capitalism or Corruption? The curious case of British tobacco and a Tasmanian government; Tasmanian Historical Research Association. Papers and Proceedings
Political barriers to evidence-based tobacco control policy: Cronyism and cognitive dissonance, a Tasmanian case study; Evidence and Policy: a journal of research, debate and practice
Regulate cigarette engineering: a blueprint for the elimination of tobacco in Australia; Oceania Tobacco Control Conference
Smokefree Environments; Tobacco in Australia: Facts and Issues
Smoking upregulates angiotensin-converting enzyme-2 receptor: A potential adhesion site for Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2; Journal of Clinical Medicine
Submission from SmokeFree Tasmania to Legislative Council Sessional Committee Government Administration A on the Tobacco Free Generation
Tobacco-free generation legislation; Medical Journal of Australia
University of Tasmania researcher Dr Sukhwinder Singh Sohal says smokers at higher risk from COVID-19
University of Tasmania researcher Dr Sukhwinder Singh Sohal says smokers at higher risk from COVID-19

Research Projects

Are newly introduced electronic smoking devices safe for smoking cessation and implications for SARS-CoV-2 infection (COVID-19); Clifford Craig Foundation (CCFoundation)

Research Candidate Supervision