Dr Anthony Carpenter is an Australian trained public health physician and general practitioner. He has worked in public health on the development of health policy and health systems in Australia, Africa, the Middle East, Pacific Rim and United States.
He previously lead the Centre for Victorian Data Linkage, managing a linked administrative and clinical data set on more than 7.5 million people over more than 30 health and human services. His research interests include health systems improvement for the prevention of non-communicable disease, application of behavioural science to provider, patient and client behaviour, and the use of linked clinical and administrative data to inform health and human services policy and program evaluation, health system improvement and investment decisions by payers. He practises emergency and adult medicine in rural hospitals.
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Ambulance management of patients with penetrating truncal trauma and hypotension in Melbourne, Australia
Eva Rosenbaum, Shelley Cox, Karen Smith, Mark Fitzgerald, George Braitberg, Anthony Carpenter, Stephen Bernard
Journal article | 2020 | Emergency Medicine Australasia
OBJECTIVE: Penetrating truncal trauma with hypotension is uncommon in Australia. Current pre-hospital clinical practice guidelines..
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
FAFPHM - Fellow of the Australian Faculty of Public Health Medicine
FACRRM - Fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
Enterprise Fellow, Digital Health Transformation
Centre For Digital Transformation Of Health
Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health
Harvard Alumni Association
Harvard Club of Australia
Master of Science
Harvard School of Public Health
Bachelor of Medical Science, Medicine and Surgery (Honours)
University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)
University of Melbourne