Dr Roger Harris

Lecturer
Emergency Medicine, Northern Clinical School

Telephone +61 29926 6113

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Selected grants

2001

  • Post-infective fatigue: a model for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS); Lloyd A, Hickie I, Geczy A, Dunckley H, Wakefield D, Vollmer-Conna U, Davenport T, Marmion B, Harris R, Khanna R, Rawlinson B; Centers for Disease Control/Equipment Grant.

2000

  • Brain Injuries outcomes study (BIOS) - Longitudinal study; Harris R, Cameron I, Tate R, McLeod J, Parmenter T; NSW Dept of Health/ Health Administration Corporation/Research Grant.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Kelly, S., Harris, R., Burrell, A. (2013). Should hospitals have intensivist consultants in-house. Medical Journal of Australia, 198(6), 308-308. [More Information]
  • Hing, R., Harris, R. (2005). Relative utility of serum troponin and the OESIL score in syncope. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 17(1), 31-38. [More Information]
  • Harradine, P., Winstanley, J., Tate, R., Cameron, I., Baguley, I., Harris, R. (2004). Severe Traumatic Brain Injury In New South Wales: Comparable Outcomes For Rural And Urban Residents. Medical Journal of Australia, 181(3), 130-134.

2013

  • Kelly, S., Harris, R., Burrell, A. (2013). Should hospitals have intensivist consultants in-house. Medical Journal of Australia, 198(6), 308-308. [More Information]

2005

  • Hing, R., Harris, R. (2005). Relative utility of serum troponin and the OESIL score in syncope. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 17(1), 31-38. [More Information]

2004

  • Harradine, P., Winstanley, J., Tate, R., Cameron, I., Baguley, I., Harris, R. (2004). Severe Traumatic Brain Injury In New South Wales: Comparable Outcomes For Rural And Urban Residents. Medical Journal of Australia, 181(3), 130-134.

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