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2009Antiviral therapy for hepatitis B-related liver cancer prevention is more cost-effective than cancer screeningGeorge, Jacob; Howard, Kirsten; Robotin, Monica; Dore, Gregory; Kansil, Melanie; Levy, Miriam; Penman, Andrew; Tipper, Steven; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthAntiviral therapy for hepatitis B-related liver cancer prevention is more cost-effective than cancer screening, Journal of Hepatology, vol.50, 5,pp 990-998
2007Are we measuring the right end-points? Variables that affect the impact of computerised decision support on patient outcomes: A systematic reviewSintchenko, Vitali; Magrabi, Farah; Tipper, Steven; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)Are we measuring the right end-points? Variables that affect the impact of computerised decision support on patient outcomes: A systematic review, Medical Informatics and the Internet in Medicine, vol.32,(3),2007,pp 225-240
2002Electronic decision support activities in different healthcare settings in AustraliaSintchenko, Vitali; Westbrook, Johanna; Coiera, Enrico; Mathieu, M; Tipper, Steven; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); Health Information ManagementElectronic decision support activities in different healthcare settings in Australia in Electronic decision support for Australia's health sector: Report to Health Ministers by the National Electronic Decision Support Taskforce, Commonwealth of Australia, 2002, pp. Appendix A - 1-Appendix A - 167
2010Using a population-based approach to prevent hepatocellular cancer in New South Wales, Australia: effects on health services utilisationGeorge, Jacob; Howard, Kirsten; Robotin, Monica; Kansil, Melanie Q.; Levy, Miriam; Penman, Andrew; Phung, Nghi; Tipper, Steven; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium Institute; School of Public Health: Public Health; School of Public Health: Public HealthUsing a population-based approach to prevent hepatocellular cancer in New South Wales, Australia: effects on health services utilisation, BMC Health Services Research, vol.10, N/A,pp 215-224