Dr Tina Janamian is a lecturer in the Division of General Practice, School of Medicine
Tina was awarded a Bachelor of Science in 1997 from Griffith University and a Master of Medical Science from the School of Population Health, University of Queensland in 2000. Tina commenced employment at the School of Population Health in 2000 assisting in the development and delivery of the Master of Public Health Program and numerous research projects. In 2002 she was awarded a PhD scholarship and commenced her PhD research in the field of complementary medicine and general practice. She was awarded with a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Queensland in 2008.
In the past 10 years Tina has been involved in research projects investigating chronic illness care in the community, conducting randomised controlled trials in general practice, investigating healthcare practitioners' needs for education and information on complementary medicine, and developing interventions for prevention and control of communicable diseases. She is currently involved in research on the vertical integration of teaching and learning in general practice, evaluating interventions for reducing cardiovascular disease in the community, evaluating the teaching within the general practice and community core clinical rotation of the MBBS program at the University of Queensland, and development, implementation and evaluation of revised models of outpatient service delivery.