Dr Natalie Edmiston
Academic Lead - Clinical & Educational Research, SoM
Natalie holds an MBBS from Sydney University and an MPH from UNSW. She is a fellow of Australian Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine and has worked in Sexual Health and HIV medicine since 2000, primarily in non-capital city settings. She continues to work as a clinician in a busy regional Sexual Health Service.
Natalie has published research across a broad scope of Sexual Health with a focus on clinical application of research findings. Natalie has participated in, and now contributes to NSW Health HETI Rural Research Capacity Building Program. She is the principal investigator for an ongoing cohort study of people with HIV accessing care via regional sexual health services. Her current research is focused on care models for people with HIV, but with practical applications for other chronic diseases. She is interested in promoting high-value care and avoiding potential overdiagnosis.
Natalie is currently supervising medical student in clinical research in HIV medicine, community based sexual health and well-being projects and in Medical Education. As Academic Lead with WSU School of Medicine, Natalie is committed to ensuring student research is of a high quality and meets the needs of regional communities.
- HIV and multimorbidity
- Chronic disease and shared care
- Rural and regional health care delivery, particularly in emerging areas of need
- Medical education research
Natalie is interested in working with other rural and regional researchers, or with urban based researchers wanting to include a regional perspective in their work. In particular Natalie is interested in chronic disease care models and promoting high value care.
Qualifications & Recognition
- MPH University of New South Wales
- MBBS University of Sydney
Research & Publications
- Edmiston, N., Petoumenos, K., & Smith, D. J. (2018). Multimorbidity, not human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) markers predicts unplanned admission among people with HIV in regional New South Wales. (opens in a new window) Internal Medicine Journal, 48(6), 706-713.
For a complete list of my publications please see my publications page (opens in a new window)
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|Location||University Centre for Rural Health, 61 Uralba St | PO Box 3049 | Lismore | NSW | 2480|