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The role of routinely collected administrative data for healthcare resource measurement.
Salma Fahridin joined the CTC in 2011, and manages a team of clinical data managers and programmers, who work to support the clinical trial operation activities at the CTC. As Head of Clinical Data Management, Salma is primarily responsible for overseeing the delivery of reliable and consistent data across the clinical trials program.
Salma has an undergraduate degree in Applied Science (Health Information Management) and a Master’s degree in Clinical Data Management, both from the University of Sydney, and previously worked at a General Practice Research Centre at the University of Sydney. In the last 15 years, Salma has worked in a variety of data management roles, as well as data analysis, and has particular experience in the classification of data.
Thesis title: The role of routinely collected administrative data for healthcare resource measurement in clinical trials and economic evaluations.
Supervisor: Professor Rachael Morton