Dr Angela Chang2020-05-21T09:43:57+10:00

Project Description

Dr Angela Chang

Dr Angela Chang

Research Coordinator Allied Health

Angela is currently in a research capacity building role and provides support and mentoring to allied health clinicians based at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital.

Following the completion of her PhD studies, Angela worked in a range of settings including as an academic at the University of Queensland, Research and Development Consulting and health workforce policy roles in federal and state health departments.

Angela has successfully completed over 20 quality improvement and research projects using a variety of quantitative and qualitative methodologies including a multi-centre clinical trial and health services research. She has successfully attracted over $645K in external funds and has over 20 publications in peer reviewed journals.

  • Building research capacity
  • Health services research
  • Health Services and Implementation Research Award, MNHHS 2018 Research Excellence Awards (Raymer M, O’Leary S, Comans T, Chang AT, Moretto N, Standfield L)
  • Moretto N, Comans TA, Chang AT, O’Leary SP, Osborne S, Carter HE, Smith D, Cavanagh T, Blond D, Raymer M. Implementation of simulation modelling to improve service planning in specialist orthopaedic and neurosurgical outpatient services. Implement Sci. 2019 Aug 9;14(1):78. doi: 10.1186/s13012-019-0923-1.
  • Cottrell M, Judd P, Comans T, Easton P and Chang AT. Comparing fly-in fly-out and telehealth models for delivering advanced-practice physiotherapy services in regional Queensland: An audit of outcomes and costs. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2019; DOI: 10.1177/1357633X19858036
  • Chang AT, Gavaghan B, O’Leary S, McBride LJ, Raymer M (2017) Do patients discharged from advanced practice physiotherapy-led clinics re-present to specialist medical services? Aust Health Rev May 15. doi: 10.1071/AH16222.
  • Comans TA, Chang AT, Standfield L, Knowles D, O’Leary S and Raymer M (2017) The development and practical application of a simulation model to inform musculoskeletal service delivery in an Australian public health service. Operations Research for Health Care, 15 13-18. doi:10.1016/j.orhc.2017.07.002
  • Caruana LR, Barnett AG, Tronstad O, Paratz JD, Chang AT, Fraser JF (2017) Global tidal variations, regional distribution of ventilation, and the regional onset of filling determined by electrical impedance tomography: reproducibility. Anaesth Intensive Care Mar;45(2):235-243.
  • Caruana L, Paratz JD, Chang A, Barnett AG, Fraser JF (2015) The time taken for the regional distribution of ventilation to stabilise: an investigation using electrical impedance tomography. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 43(1):88-91.
  • Smith MD, Chang AT, Hodges PW (2016) Balance recovery is compromised and trunk muscle activity is increased in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Gait Posture Jan; 43:101-7
Email: angela.chang@health.qld.gov.au

Phone: (07) 3646 2289

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