About
Teaching
  • MD2011: Integrated Human System Pathophysiology Part 1 of 2 (Level 2; TSV)
  • MD2012: Integrated Human System Pathophysiology Part 2 of 2 (Level 2; TSV)
  • PP2201: Medical Physiology 2 (Level 2; TSV)
  • PP3101: Advanced and Integrated Physiology (Level 3; TSV)
  • PP3251: Systemic Pathophysiology and Therapeutics (Level 3; TSV)
  • PP5002: Literature Review (Level 5; TSV)
  • PP5101: Advanced and Integrated Physiology (Level 5; TSV)
  • PP5251: Systemic Pathophysiology and Therapeutics (Level 5; TSV)
Honours
Awards
  • 2020 to 2021 - Accredited Clinical Physiologist (ACCP)
Memberships
  • 1986 to 2021 - Australian and New Zealand Society for Respiratory Science (ANZSRS)
  • 1979 to 2021 - Association for Respiratory technology and Physiology (ARTP)
  • 2012 to 2019 - Australian and New Zealand Sleep Science Association. (ANZSSA)
  • 2006 to 2019 - Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ)
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The Thoracic Society of Australia & New Zealand - Robert Pierce Grant-in-Aid for Indigenous Lung Health

All Ages Lung Function in Australia's First Nations Peoples

Indicative Funding
$23,524 over 1 year
Summary
Chronic respiratory diseases (CRD) are over-represented in Australian Indigenous Peoples. CRD cause structural changes that compromise lung function. These functional changes are measured using Spirometry. Ethnic specific reference values should be used when performing spirometry, however, these are missing for Australian Indigenous Peoples. This lack limits the ability to diagnose CRD, especially in the early-stages, and to accurately assess disease severity and response to treatment. This project will measure lung function in apparently healthy Indigenous Australians and determine spirometry reference values for these groups. Ethnic specific reference values will improve the accuracy of CRD diagnosis and assessment using spirometry.
Investigators
Suzanne Munns and Gary Nolan (College of Public Health and Medical & Vet Sciences)
Keywords
Pulmonary Function Testing; Indigenous; Reference Values; Spirometry; Chronic Respiratory Disease; standards
Supervision

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Current
  • Spirometry: Are we doing enough to Assess Breathlessness in TUH Acute Patients (Masters , External Advisor)

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