Clementine Labrosciano

Dr Clementine Labrosciano

Post Doctoral Research Coordinator

Adelaide Medical School

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Clementine completed her PhD (Medicine) in readmissions following cardiovascular hosptialisations in Australia and New Zealand. Clementine is using data linkage and big data techniques to determine rates of readmission and mortality in Australia and New Zealand. Clementine has conducted a pilot study to investigate one factor believed to be involved in these readmissions - sleep deprivation during the initial hospitalisation.
Clementine also has experience in working with international registry data through her contribution to the PORTRAIT (Patient-Centered Outcomes Related to Treatment Practices in Peripheral Arterial Disease: Investigating Trajectories) study.
Clementine's research aims to improve the quality of care that every individual cardiology patient receives.

Clementine is passionate about improving outcomes in patients with cardiovascular diseases. As part of her honours project, Clementine ran the Australian component of the Patient-centered Outcomes Related to Treatment practices in peripheral Arterial disease: an Investigating Trajectories (PORTRAIT) Registry, an internationally led project. Her Honours thesis focused on the health status of Australian patients with peripheral artery disease. Clementine is currently running a pilot study, as part of her PhD, aiming to better understand whether sleep disruption during hospitalisation leads to readmissions. 


Date Funding Body
2015 The Hospital Research Foundation's Honours Scholarship
2016 - 2019

The University of Adelaide, Faculty of Health Sciences Divisional Scholarship


2016 – Australian Hotels Association (SA) Hotel Care Community Grant (CI B) -- $7,774

2016 - Supervision of 3rd year MBBS students


  • Position: Post Doctoral Research Coordinator
  • Phone: 82227719
  • Email:
  • Campus: The Queen Elizabeth Hospital
  • Building: QEH - Basil Hetzel Institute
  • Room: DX 465708
  • Org Unit: Medical Studies

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