Professor Teng Liaw
Professor Liaw is an internationally recognised general practice and informatics practitioner, educator and researcher as indicated by his peer-reviewed and invited publications, conference presentations, consultancies, professional committees, and peer-review panels for competitive grants and scientific conferences. He is an academic GP with published expertise in mixed methodologies including case studies, qualitative methods, general and vignette surveys, and controlled studies including pre-and-post, post-test-only and randomised controlled trials. His expertise is in patient-held health records, multidisciplinary care, general practice and integrated care informatics and clinical decision support, focused on diabetes and asthma, quality use of medicines, mental health, and Aboriginal health. His publications on information and business process modelling have improved understanding of asthma and falls prevention.
His current research on clinical decision support, patient-held records and consumer health informatics and optimising the quality, analytics and use of routinely collected electronic health information has and continues to contribute to new knowledge, practice and policy in general practice and integrated care informatics with a focus on cross-cultural health and disadvantaged populations.
Qualifications: MBBS (Tasmania, 1976); PhD (Health informatics, Flinders University, 1994); Fellow, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (1989); Fellow Australasian College of Health Informatics (2002); Fellow American College of Medical Informatics (2012)
Address: School of Public Health And Community Medicine UNSW, Samuels Ave, Kensington NSW 2033
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