Dr Angela Gialamas

Post Doctoral - Research Fellow
Dr Angela Gialamas
  Org Unit Public Health
  Email angela.gialamas@adelaide.edu.au
  Telephone +61 8 8313 0962
  Location Floor/Room WS9050.12 ,  Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building ,   North Terrace

Angela works as a Postdoctoral Researcher in the BetterStart Child Health and Development Research Group at the School of Public Health, the University of Adelaide.

BHSc, Grad Cert Public Health, PhD

 2014: Best Overall Presentation, Public Health Association, State Population Health Conference, Adelaide

2014: Most Popular Session, Public Health Association, State Population Health Conference, Adelaide

2009 Sir Richard Stawell Memorial Prize for an article of medical significance:

Gialamas A, Yelland L, Ryan P, Willson K, Laurence CO, Bubner TK, Tideman P, Beilby JJ. Does point-of-care testing in lead to the same or better adherence to medication? A randomised controlled trial: the Point of Care Testing in General Practice Trial.  Medical Journal of Australia, 2009;191:487-491.

2009 Medical Journal of Australia/Wyeth Award for the best original research:

Bubner T, Laurence C, Gialamas A, Yelland L, Ryan P, Willson K, Tideman P, Worley P, Beilby J.  Effectiveness of Point of Care Testing on therapeutic control for patients with chronic disease: Results from the PoCT in general practice trial.  Medical Journal of Australia 2009; 190:624-626. 

Angela recently completed her PhD that investigated the association between the type, time and quality of child care experienced by infants (0-1 years) and toddlers (2-3 years) and these children's cognitive and socio-emotional development when they started school.  Her research interests include understanding inequalities in child health and development and identifying interventions to reduce these disparities.

Gialamas A, Mittinty MN, Sawyer MG, Zubrick SR, Lynch J. Social inequalities in childcare quality and their effects on children's development at school entry: findings from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, April 8 2015 doi:10.1136/jech-2014-205031 (epub ahead of print)

Gialamas A, Mittinty MN,  Sawyer MG, Zubrick SR, Lynch J.  Time spent in different types of childcare: an Australian longitudinal study.  Archives of Disease in Childhood, 2015,100(3):1-7

Gialamas A, Sawyer ACP, Mittinty MN, Zubrick SR, Sawyer MG, Lynch J.  Quality of childcare influences children's attentiveness and emotional regulation at school entry.  Journal of Pediatrics, 2014,165(4): 813-819

Gialamas A, Mittinty MN, Sawyer MG, Zubrick SR, Lynch J.  Child care quality and children's cognitive and socio-emotional development: an Australian longitudinal study. Early Child Development and Care, 2014, 184(7):1-21 

Smithers LG, Gialamas A, Scheil W, Brinkman S, Lynch J. Anaemia of Pregnancy, Perinatal Outcomes and Children's Developmental Vulnerability: a Whole-of-Population Study.  Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, 2014, 28: 381-390 DOI:10.1111/ppe.12149 (epub ahead of print)

Brinkman SA, Gialamas A, Rahman A, Mittinty MN, Gregory T, Silburn S, Goldfeld S, Zubrick S, Carr V, Janus M, Hertzman C, Lynch J.  Jurisdictional, socioeconomic and gender inequalities in child health and development: analysis of a national census of 5-year olds in Australia. BMJ Open, 2012;2 (5).

Gialamas A, Aylward P, Vanlint S, Stocks N.  Cholesterol lowering medication: Patients' knowledge, attitudes and experiences. Australian Family Physician, 2011;40:519-522.

Laurence C, Gialamas A, Bubner T, Yelland L, Ryan P, Willson K, Beilby J. Patient satsifaction with Point of Care Testing.  British Journal of General Practice, 2010;60: 98-104.

Gialamas A, Laurence CO, Yelland LN, Tideman P, Worley P, Shephard MD, Tirimacco R, Willson K, Ryan P, Gill J, Thomas DW, Beilby JJ.  Assessing agreement between point of care and laboratory results for lipid testing from a clinical perspective.  Clinical Biochemistry, 2010; 43: 515-518.

Gialamas A, St John A, Laurence CO, Bubner T.  Point of Care Testing for patients with diabetes, hyperlipidaemia or coagulation disorders in the general practice setting: a systematic review. Family Practice, 2010; 27:17-24

Yelland LN, Gialamas A, Laurence CO, Ryan P, Willson KJ, Beilby JJ.  Assessing agreement between point of care and laboratory results for INR: Experiences from the Point of Care Testing Trial in general practice. Pathology, 2010;42:155-159.

Gialamas A, Yelland L, Ryan P, Willson K, Laurence CO, Bubner TK, Tideman P, Beilby JJ. Does point-of-care testing in lead to the same or better adherence to medication? A randomised controlled trial: the Point of Care Testing in General Practice Trial.  Medical Journal of Australia, 2009;191:487-491.

Shephard MD, Mazzachi BC, Watkinson L, Shephard AK, Laurence C, Gialamas A, Bubner T.  Evaluation of a training program for device operators in the Australian Government's Point of Care Testing in General Practice Trial: issues and implications for rural and remote practices.  Rural and Remote Health 2009;9:1-12.

Bubner T, Laurence C, Gialamas A, Yelland L, Ryan P, Willson K, Tideman P, Worley P, Beilby J.  Effectiveness of Point of Care Testing on therapeutic control for patients with chronic disease: Results from the PoCT in general practice trial.  Medical Journal of Australia 2009; 190:624-626.

Gialamas A, Beilby J.  Pathology in the tired patient (Letter to the Editor).  Australian Family Physcian; 2009; 38 (3): 89.

Laurence C, Gialamas A, Yelland L, Bubner T, Ryan P, et al. A pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial to evaluate the safety, clinical effectiveness, cost effectiveness and satisfaction with point of care testing in a general practice setting â?? rationale, design and baseline characteristics. Trials 2008; 9: 50.

Broadhurst N, Barton CA, Yelland L, Martin DK, Rowett D, Gialamas A, Beilby J. A before and after study of the impact of academic detailing on the use of diagnostic imaging for shoulder complaints in general practice. BMC Family Practice 2007; 8: 12.

Broadhurst N, Barton CA, Yelland L, Martin DK, Rowett D, Gialamas A, Beilby J. Academic Detailing and Informed Use of Imaging of the Shoulder in General Practice. Australasian Musculoskeletal Medicine 2006; 11(1): 29-35.

Broadhurst NA, Gialamas A, McElroy HJ, Beilby JJ. How do Australian GPs manage shoulder dysfunction? Australian Family Physician 2004; 33 (10): 861- 864.

Gialamas A, Beilby JJ, Pratt NL, Henning R, Marley JE, Roddick JF. Investigating tiredness in Australian general practice. Do pathology tests help in diagnosis? Australian Family Physician 2003; 32 (8): 663 - 666.

Brinkman SA, Gialamas A, Jones L, Edwards P, Maynard EJ (1999) Child Activity Patterns for Environmental Exposure Assessment in the Home. National Environmental Health Forum Monographs, Exposure Series No 1, Glenelg Press.

 

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