Dr Tim Walker (MBBS (Hons), FRACP, MPHTM) Clinical Dean and Senior Staff Specialist
Dr Tim Walker joined the team at Calvary Mater Newcastle in 2017 after six years working, teaching and conducting in Rwanda, Africa. His research interests include dyspepsia, viral hepatitis and neglected tropical diseases. He is also involved in medical education and system improvement research, including the use of point-of-care ultrasound, bedside decision support tools (Including UpToDate), and blended learning methodologies (particularly team based learning).
Clinical gastroenterology, tropical medicine, medical education
Publications / Achievements
Assessing the utility of an Evidence-Based Clinical Resource at the University of Rwanda. Deep Venous Thrombosis Prevalence among Hospitalised Medical and Obstetric Inpatients in Rwanda. Strongyloides seroprevalence study in rural Southern Province, Rwanda. Symptomatic and quality of life benefit of a negative endoscopy among dyspeptic Rwandans.
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