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Mr Sergio Chrisopoulos

Telephone +61 8 8313 0141
Position Research Associate
Fax +61 8 8313 3070
Building 122 Frome Street
Floor/Room 1 03
Campus Adelaide CBD
Org Unit Dentistry

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Biography/ Background

Mr Sergio Chrisopoulos is currently a Research Associate at the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH) at the University of Adelaide. He has an Honours degree in Psychology and is in the final stages of his PhD on burnout in the workplace.

Sergio previously worked at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare in the Labour Force and Rural Health Unit where he was involved in the analysis and reporting of the medical and nursing labour force surveys. He then joined the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health where he was involved in the dental labour force collections, contributing to the 2003 and 2005 dental labour force reports, and dental labour force supply and demand for dental service projections. He subsequently spent some time in the UK working as an analyst for an Infection Control team in an NHS Trust and as a Public Health Analyst for both the South East Public Health Observatory and the National Obesity Observatory. He has worked on national health labour force surveys as well as health surveys and administrative datasets.

His current interests include health service utilisation, labour force modelling, and workplace stress/job satisfaction. He currently provides analytical support on projects such as the National Dental Telephone Interview Survey, the National Child Oral Health Survey and dental service use.


• BPsych Honours, University of South Adelaide
• Bachelor of Applied Psychology, University of Canberra
• Diploma of Applied Science (Radiotherapy), University of South Australia


Bose S, Chrisopoulos S (2010). Benchmarking quality of care for fragility fractures in the South Central SHA are: A pilot report. Oxford: South East Public Health Observatory.


Chrisopoulos S, Dollard MF, Winefield A, Dormann C (2010) Increasing the probability of finding and interaction in work stress research: A two-wave longitudinal test of the triple-match principle. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 83, 17-37.


Chrisopoulos S, Teusner DN (2008). Dentist labour force projections 2005 to 2020: the impact of new regional dental schools. Australian Dental Journal, 53(3): 292–6.


Harford J, Chrisopoulos S (2012). Productivity losses from dental problems. Australian Dental Journal, 2012; 57(3):393-397.


Teusner DN, Chrisopoulos S, Brennan DS (2007). Geographic distribution of the Australian dental labour force, 2003. Cat. No. DEN 168. Dental statistics and research series no. 37. Canberra:AIHW. 


Teusner DN, Chrisopoulos S, Spencer AJ (2008). Projected demand and supply for dental visits in Australia. Cat. No. DEN 171. Dental statistics and research series no. 38. Canberra:AIHW.


Teusner DN, Chrisopoulos S, Spencer AJ (2008). Projected demand and supply for dental visits in Australia: Analysis of the impact of changes in key outputs. Dental statistics and research series no. 38. Cat. No. DEN171. Canberra: AIHW.


Tuckey MR , Chrisopoulos S,  Dollard MF (2012). Job Demands, Resource Deficiencies, and Workplace Harassment: Evidence for Micro-Level Effects. International Journal of Stress Management 19(4): 292–310.




Entry last updated: Thursday, 12 Sep 2013

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