School of Public Health
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
I am currently an Adjunct Lecturer at UOA with full time academic appointment at Flinders University.
Prior to joining Flinders, I worked with the BetterStart Child Health and Development Research Group as a postdoctoral researcher, where I am working on a project examining evidence-based practices and programs aimed at improving outcomes for children and families. I have undergraduate training in Neuroscience and Physiology, followed by a PhD in Paediatrics comparing the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit outcomes of very preterm babies in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. I achieved a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Epidemiology in 2020. Previously, I worked as a Project Coordinator for the big data project SAFER Hospitals (Safety, Effectiveness of Care and Resource Use among Australian Hospitals).
I have a wide range of public health experience gained in the University of Adelaide, University of New South Wales, University of Wollongong, and University of Toronto.
Date Position Institution name 2022 - ongoing Visiting Fellow UNSW Australia 2022 - ongoing Lecturer Flinders University 2022 - ongoing Adjunct Lecturer University of Adelaide 2020 - 2021 Research Fellow University of Adelaide 2017 - 2020 Research Officer (Project Coordinator) University of Adelaide 2016 - 2017 Research Officer University of Wollongong 2010 - 2016 Research Assistant/Data Officer UNSW Australia
Date Institution name Country Title 2020 University of Newcastle Australia Australia Graduate Certificate in Clinical Epidemiology 2016 UNSW Australia Australia PhD 2009 UNSW Australia Australia Honours (Major in Advanced Science Neuroscience)
Year Citation 2023 Hossain, S., Moeller, H., Sharpe, P., Campbell, M., Kimlin, R., Porykali, B., . . . Ryder, C. (2023). Characterising the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patient journey after a serious road traffic injury and barriers to access to compensation: a protocol. Injury Prevention.
2022 Hariharaputhiran, S., Peng, Y., Ngo, L., Ali, A., Hossain, S., Visvanathan, R., . . . Ranasinghe, I. (2022). Long-term Survival and Life Expectancy Following an Acute Heart Failure Hospitalisation in Australia and New Zealand.. Eur J Heart Fail, 24(9), 1519-1528.
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2022 Prabhakaran, D., Singh, K., Kondal, D., Raspail, L., Mohan, B., Kato, T., . . . Nimmagadda, A. (2022). Erratum: Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Clinical Outcomes among Patients Hospitalized with COVID-19: Findings from the World Heart Federation COVID-19 Study (Global Heart. (2022) 17: 1 (40) DOI: 10.5334/gh.1128). Global Heart, 17(1), 79.
2021 Nadlacki, B., Horton, D., Hossain, S., Hariharaputhiran, S., Ngo, L., Ali, A., . . . Ranasinghe, I. (2021). Long term survival after acute myocardial infarction in Australia and New Zealand, 2009‒2015: a population cohort study. Medical Journal of Australia, 214(11), 7 pages.
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2021 Labrosciano, C., Horton, D., Air, T., Tavella, R., Beltrame, J. F., Zeitz, C. J., . . . Ranasinghe, I. (2021). Frequency, Trends and Institutional Variation in 30-Day All-Cause Mortality and Unplanned Readmissions Following Hospitalisation for Heart Failure in Australia and New Zealand. Eur J Heart Fail, 23(1), 31-40.
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2020 Ranasinghe, I., Hossain, S., Ganesan, A., Krumholz, H. M., & McGavigan, A. (2020). In response. Annals of Internal Medicine, 172(2), 166-167.
2020 Ranasinghe, I., Hossain, S., Ali, A., Horton, D., Adams, R. J., Aliprandi-Costa, B., . . . Woodman, R. J. (2020). SAFety, Effectiveness of care and Resource use among Australian Hospitals (SAFER Hospitals): a protocol for a population-wide cohort study of outcomes of hospital care. BMJ, 10(8), e035446-1-e035446-9.
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2019 Moore, K., Ganesan, A., Labrosciano, C., Heddle, W., McGavigan, A., Hossain, S., . . . Ranasinghe, I. (2019). Sex differences in acute complications of cardiac implantable electronic devices: Implications for patient safety. Journal of the American Heart Association, 8(2), 23 pages.
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2019 Ranasinghe, I., Labrosciano, C., Horton, D., Ganesan, A., Curtis, J. P., Krumholz, H. M., . . . Hariharaputhiran, S. (2019). Institutional Variation in Quality of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Implantation A Cohort Study. ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE, 171(5), 309-317.
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2019 Ganesan, A., Moore, K., Horton, D., Heddle, W., McGavigan, A., Hossain, S., . . . Ranasinghe, I. (2019). Complications of Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device Placement in Public and Private Hospitals. Internal medicine journal, 50(10), 1207-1216.
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2016 Hossain, S., Shah, P. S., Ye, X. Y., Darlow, B. A., Lee, S. K., & Lui, K. (2016). Outborns or Inborns: Where Are the Differences? A Comparison Study of Very Preterm Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Infants Cared for in Australia and New Zealand and in Canada. Neonatology, 109(1), 76-84.
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2015 Hossain, S., Shah, P. S., Ye, X. Y., Darlow, B. A., Lee, S. K., & Lui, K. (2015). Outcome comparison of very preterm infants cared for in the neonatal intensive care units in Australia and New Zealand and in Canada. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 51(9), 881-888.
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Report for External Bodies
Year Citation 2015 Chow, S. S. W., Marsney, R. L., Hossain, S., Haslam, R., & Lui, K. (2015). Report of the Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network 2013. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network 2015.
Australian Postgraduate Award
Lunenfeld Summer Scholarship, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada
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