Dr Jesse Jansen

NHMRC Early Career Fellow
Public Health, School of Public Health

A27 - Edward Ford Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

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Research interests

My research focuses on health communication and decision-making in different clinical areas, such as cardiovascular disease and oncology, using a range of research methods including video-observations, qualitative interviews, experimental studies and randomised controlled trials. I have a special interest in (shared) decision-making among older adults and their clinicians. The ultimate aim of my research is to optimize health communication and decision-making by developing practical interventions for patients as well as clinicians.

Current national competitive grants*

2014

Informing women about over-diagnosis in mammography screening: a randomised trial
McCaffery K, Barratt A, Jansen J, Houssami N, Dhillon H, McGeechan K
NHMRC: Project Grant ($428,447 over 3 years)

2012

Improving cardiovascular disease risk assessment and management in older adults (aged 75+) by supporting clinician and patient decision-making
Jansen J
NHMRC Early Career Fellowship ($294,892 over 4 years)

* Grants administered through the University of Sydney