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Researcher: Chapman, N (Dr Niamh Chapman)

Fields of Research

Cardiology (incl. cardiovascular diseases)
Health promotion
Primary health care
Preventative health care
Health systems
Implementation science and evaluation
Disease surveillance
General practice
Exercise physiology
Continuing and community education

Research Objectives

Prevention of human diseases and conditions
Clinical health
Health system performance (incl. effectiveness of programs)
Diagnosis of human diseases and conditions
Preventive medicine
Behaviour and health
Primary care
Health inequalities
Treatment of human diseases and conditions
Evaluation of health outcomes
Health education and promotion

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A roadmap of strategies to support cardiovascular researchers: from policy to practice; Nature Reviews. Cardiology
Blood pressure during blood collection and the implication for absolute cardiovascular risk assessment; Pulse
Content and delivery preferences for information to support the management of high blood pressure; Journal of human hypertension
General practitioner perceptions of assessment and reporting of absolute cardiovascular disease risk via pathology services: a qualitative study; Family Practice
General practitioners maintain a focus on blood pressure management rather than absolute cardiovascular disease risk management; Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
Integration of absolute cardiovascular disease risk assessment into routine blood cholesterol testing at pathology services; Family Practice
Lack of strategic funding and long-term job security threaten to have profound effects on cardiovascular researcher retention in Australia; Heart Lung and Circulation
Self-directed multimedia process for delivering participant informed consent; BMJ Open
Sex differences in pressure and flow waveform physiology across the life course; Journal of hypertension

Research Projects

Implementation and evaluation of the Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic (RACPC) a process evaluation.; Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation (RHHRF)
Supporting general practitioners to identify and manage cardiovascular risk when reported through existing care pathways; Heart Foundation (HF)

Research Candidate Supervision