Dr Nasser Bagheri

M.PH, PhD
Senior Research Fellow
ANU College of Health and Medicine

Areas of expertise

  • Public Health And Health Services 1117
  • Geospatial Information Systems 090903
  • Epidemiology 111706
  • Primary Health Care 111717
  • Preventive Medicine 111716

Research interests

  • Spatial Epidemiology
  • Health Services Research
  • Mental health
  • Medical Geography
  • Public Health
  • Health Informatics
  • Primary health care
  • Digital health
  • Health Inequalities
  • Social determinants of health

Biography

 

Dr Nasser Bagheri is a Senior Research Fellow and sptail epidemiologist at the Australian National University (ANU), recipient of an Australian Research Council DECRA Fellowship and co-leads Visual and Decision Analytics (VIDEA) lab in the Centre for Mental Health Research. His research has focused on health care ecosystem and chronic disease risk assessment, particularly, mental health, cardiovascular disease (CVD), diabetes, dementia, and Multiple Sclerosis  with a particular interest in geo-spatial anlyis andmodelling, and quantifying the impact of modifiable risk factors including lifestyle and contextual factors on chronic disease. He also interested in visualisation of health care and services patterns to generate evidence-informed policy for better policy planning and intervention in health care ecosystem.

 

 

Researcher's projects

  • Getting real about risk:using medical records in the geospatial analysis of chronic disease risk in Australia
  • Cardiovascular risk mapping using GP practice data
  • Diabetes risk mapping using GP practice data
  • Analysis of undiagnosed diabetes using practice level data
  • Hotspots of dementia in Australian Communities


Current student projects

  • Social fragmentation and mental health
  • Analysis and mapping of Multiple Sclerelosis care provision
  • Cardiovascular disease risk mapping using primary health care data
  • Chronic Kidney disease risk assessment using GP practice data
  • Spatial pattern of BMI, CVD and diabetes in Australian communities

 

Publications

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