Professor Philip Baker
Dr Philip Baker
Philip is Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health Queensland University of Technology and also Director of Epidemiology, Central Regional Services, Queensland Health in Australia. He has a PhD in epidemiology from the University of Queensland and a B.Sc (Hons) from the University of Toronto. Philip has extensive experience in epidemiology related to both clinical trials and public health settings. He is an author on four Cochrane systematic reviews, and a journal editor for the Cochrane Public Health Group. He is experienced in providing workforce training in evidence-base practice and epidemiological skills for public health workforces. His main interests are in Aboriginal health, evidence-based practice, health-technology assessment and public health epidemiology. Philip leads the delivery of epidemiological services for both communicable and chronic diseases through public health units spread across a large geographic area in Queensland.
|Visits to the Department|
|August 2012||Visiting Professor|