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Doctor Emma Thomas

University Of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia)

Emma Thomas is a Heart Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow within the Centre for Health Services Research at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. Her current research focuses on using telehealth within the care and management of people with cardiovascular disease and other chronic diseases to enhance self-management and reduce barriers to access. Emma completed her PhD (2019) at the University of Melbourne in the School of Population and Global Health as an NHMRC Postgraduate Scholar. Her thesis aimed to understand how the evidence-practice gap in cardiac rehabilitation can be reduced in Australian through enhanced monitoring and evaluation. Underpinning her work more broadly is an interest in scaling-up effective interventions, monitoring the quality of their delivery and ensuring equitable provision of health services.

How to use remote patient monitoring successfully in cardiac and pulmonary patients: a realist review

Event: EuroHeartCare - ACNAP Congress 2021

Topic: Remote Patient Monitoring and Telehealth

Session: ePosters

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A global perspective of cardiac rehabilitation registries: a systematic review

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2017

Topic: Public health and health policy

Session: Public health and health policy

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