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Dr Olga Anikeeva
Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH), School of Dentistry
Tutor - Public Health IA, Public Health IB, Community Dentistry V
Discipline of Public Health, School of Population Health and Clinical Practice
Dr Olga Anikeeva is a Research Associate at the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH) at the University of Adelaide. She received her Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours) degree from the University of Adelaide and was awarded a PhD in 2011 for her work focusing on the changing disease patterns amongst Australian migrants. She previously worked as a Research Associate at the Primary Health Care Research and Information Service (PHC RIS) at Flinders University. She has been involved in tutoring at the University of Adelaide since 2009, teaching Public Health IA, Public Health IB and Epidemiology in Action. Olga’s research interests include dental and health services affordability and accessibility, particularly among disadvantaged population groups. She is currently involved in a number of projects under the CRE: Dental health services research for improved oral health outcomes.
Anikeeva O, Bywood P (2013). Social media in primary health care: opportunities to enhance education, communication and collaboration among professionals in rural and remote locations. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 21(2): 132-134.
Anikeeva O, Katterl R, Bywood P (2012). Divisions of General Practice and the Closing the Gap initiative: successes and ongoing challenges. Australian Family Physician. 41(7): 523-527
Anikeeva O, Bi P, Hiller JE, Ryan P, Roder D, Han SG (2012). Trends in cancer mortality rates among migrants in Australia: 1981-2007. Cancer Epidemiology, 36: e74-e82
Anikeeva O, Bi P, Hiller JE, Ryan P, Roder D, Han GS (2010). The Health Status of Migrants in Australia: A Review. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, 22(2): 159-193.
Anikeeva O, Braunack-Mayer A, Rogers W (2009). Requiring influenza vaccination for health care workers. American Journal of Public Health, 99(1): 24-29.
Anikeeva O, Braunack-Mayer A, Street J (2008). How will Australian general practitioners respond to an influenza pandemic? A qualitative study of ethical values. Medical Journal of Australia, 189(3): 148-150.
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