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  1. 1. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito, Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Innovation Email: Rebecca.Oyomopito@UNSWalumni.com Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 An InfoGraphic Project Scrap Book By Rebecca Oyomopito PhD 2015 This document is a visual reference for selected activities reported in my curriculum vitae (CV).
  2. 2. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 2 of 13 Table of Contents Roles: Senior Statistician, Senior Biostatistician, Senior Business Analyst, Head of Dept Quality Assurance. ............................................................... 3 Roles: Literature review, methodology, survey design, data quality, analysis, interpretation and publication.................................................................. 4 Roles: Concept, methodology, survey design, data quality, analysis and international prize-winning report................................................................... 5 Roles: Concept, multivariate methodology, data quality, analysis, interpretation and statistical report. .......................................................................... 6 Roles: Concept, multi-country evaluation methodology, novel metrics, graphics and interpretation. .............................................................................. 7 Roles: Concept, methodology, analysis, interpretation, exploratory, statistical and final reports..................................................................................... 8 Roles: Brainstorming facilitation, quality improvement, risk-reduction strategies and technical report. ........................................................................... 9 Roles: Longitudinal patient, laboratory and genetic data capture design and study implementation............................................................................. 10 Role: Sharing information with the Community: “Lessons for Ebola”. ........................................................................................................................... 11 Contributions to the peer-reviewed literature and information-sharing.......................................................................................................................... 12 Project experience skill set summary in outcomes map format. ................................................................................................................................... 13 List of Tables Table 1: Multi-Centre Study Start-Up Service Package – Phases 1- 4. ........................................................................................................................ 13 Biography Dr Rebecca Oyomopito has a PhD in Biostatistics/Epidemiology, a Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Statistics/Psychology) and postgraduate qualifications in Statistical Methods in Quality Improvement. Rebecca has more than twenty years experience accumulated from projects in Australia and the Asia-Pacific (2006-2015, 1992-8), France (2003-6), the United States [(US) 1999-2003)] and Thailand (1997/8). She has dual Australian/French nationality, retains membership at the Harvard Club of New York City (2001-2015) and is an Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Alumni (2015). Rebecca is a former International Biometric Society Case Studies Award Recipient (1998) and Member of La Société des Amis du Louvre (2003-2006).
  3. 3. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 3 of 13 Roles: Senior Statistician, Senior Biostatistician, Senior Business Analyst, Head of Dept Quality Assurance. I designed analyses for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and evaluated US Congress-funded clinical trials at Harvard School of Public Health. I managed two multi-centre Asia-Pacific studies for TREAT Asia and assessed health system utilisation in Australia.
  4. 4. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 4 of 13 Roles: Literature review, methodology, survey design, data quality, analysis, interpretation and publication. For this first author, international peer-reviewed publication, I performed all literary (subject review, writing, formatting and submission of publication), technical (data collation, quality and completeness) and statistical activities (design, analysis and interpretation). The work has been cited by 17 peer- reviewed publications, informed global HIV monitoring guidelines and was of interest to international organisations, as shown below. CV References: TREAT Asia, Kirby Institute, PhD Thesis, Publications
  5. 5. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 5 of 13 Roles: Concept, methodology, survey design, data quality, analysis and international prize-winning report. For this work, I won an award from the International Biometric Society in 1998. I designed an outpatient satisfaction questionnaire in collaboration with Service Providers who were being assessed (Medical, Allied Health, Nursing and Clerical Staff) and the Hospital Executive. Results were used for local Quality Improvement and National Accreditation. Multivariate analyses showed that levels of satisfaction differed based on patient profile. CV References: International Biometrics Society Case Studies Award, Royal Newcastle Hospital Estimating Outpatient Satisfaction Objective of this paper is to determine whether an overall satisfaction measure differed after adjusting for age, gender, country of birth, employment status, educational level, first visit to clinic and method of transport to hospital. Pilot Survey Dec 1995 Diabetes Education Medical Outpatients Orthopaedic Sexual Health Urology Survey 1 Dec 1995 Diabetes Education Medical Outpatients Orthopaedic Sexual Health Urology Survey 2 Jun 1996 Hospital Outpatients 1995/6  Aesthetically pleasing surroundings enhance patient satisfaction  Patients attending a clinic for the first time require more specialised attention  Patient profile, and by implication casemix, is associated with reported levels of patient satisfaction Methods: Measurement instrument design, factor analysis, logistic regression Extract from notification of Award by the International Biometric Society.
  6. 6. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 6 of 13 Roles: Concept, multivariate methodology, data quality, analysis, interpretation and statistical report. Building on my prize-winning methods, I designed a novel analysis for existing international innovation data. The OECD produces surveys on Member Countries every 2 years. “Special Chapters” are introduced periodically to incorporate information on important new drivers of economic improvement. My results supported the existence of two factors, "Knowledge Development" and "Knowledge Application" and ranked 20 OECD countries on these dimensions. Extracts from my report were presented by the OECD at the Central Planning Bureau in The Hague, the Netherlands in December, 2005. CV References: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Publications
  7. 7. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 7 of 13 Roles: Concept, multi-country evaluation methodology, novel metrics, graphics and interpretation. In 2006, to determine which country policy and performance indicators were lower than the OECD average, from concept, I designed methods to assess policy/performance pairs by quadrant and provided definitions and interpretations in an accompanying statistical report. CV Reference: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  8. 8. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 8 of 13 Roles: Concept, methodology, analysis, interpretation, exploratory, statistical and final reports. During 2012-2013, from concept, I developed a comprehensive methodology for evaluating the effect of national interventions on target Australian Health System services. I performed literary, technical (exploratory analysis, data quality and completeness) and statistical activities (design, analysis and interpretation). Economic and health aspects were explored. Exploratory and final reports were provided to Medicare. CV Reference: National Prescribing Service (NPS)
  9. 9. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 9 of 13 Roles: Brainstorming facilitation, quality improvement, risk-reduction strategies and technical report. During 2013-2014, I facilitated brainstorming among 12 colleagues across four teams, designed automated data-to-web processes and collated an operations guide for public reporting detailing risk management and methods to enhance capacity for concurrent reports. I was one of five national pilot testers of a new SAS software platform rollout in an Enterprise Data Warehouse teradata environment for the Australian Department of Health. CV Reference: National Health Performance Authority (NHPA)
  10. 10. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 10 of 13 Roles: Longitudinal patient, laboratory and genetic data capture design and study implementation. In this work, I leveraged my clinical trials expertise which was gained from monitoring US Congress-funded protocols at Harvard School of Public Health. I designed the data capture in 2007 and the collection has continued to yield quality, longitudinal data for publications in high-impact, peer- reviewed journals. Methods are applicable to surveillance and monitoring of infectious or non-communicable diseases. Laboratory specimen tracking and quality assessment methods are translatable to phytosanitary disease threat applications. My facilitation and teaching experience helped me to upskill Hospital and Laboratory Personnel while building capacity for collecting HIV genetic and drug resistance data in the Asia-Pacific. CV References: TREAT Asia, PhD Thesis
  11. 11. Page 11 of 13 Role: Sharing information with the Community: “Lessons for Ebola”. I gave a Community Presentation in March 2015, “Monitoring HIV-1 in the Asia-Pacific – Lessons for national surveillance of Ebola”: http://www.cultureatwork.com.au/dr-rebecca-oyomopito- monitoring-hiv-1-asia-pacific/ Presentation and notes are available: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Rebecca_Oyomopito CV Reference: Independent Consultant
  12. 12. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 12 of 13 Contributions to the peer-reviewed literature and information-sharing. Researchgate is a professional networking site. The blue graph below show Researchgate’s estimates of citations arising from my work in the peer-reviewed literature January 2004-April 2015. The pink graph shows counts of interactions with my published content. The spikes in publication views during March and April 2015 were due to my Twitter tweets on:  the “Lessons for Ebola” presentation and methods to genetically track HIV and Ebola  HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) clinical trial regimens, adherence and drug resistance
  13. 13. Dr Rebecca Oyomopito: Australian Business Number (ABN) 68 938 295 610 Page 13 of 13 Project experience skill set summary in outcomes map format. The Outcome Map below summarises my experience and proficiencies (from centre: 1, 4, 5, 6). Also identified are the organisations where I have used or gained my expertise. My experience underpins the design of my Multi-Centre Study Start-Up Service Package (Table 1) which is ideal for starting up a new study or for capacity building. Table 1: Multi-Centre Study Start-Up Service Package – Phases 1- 4. Phase 1: Pre-Study Stakeholder Engagement - high-level “Deciders” and technical “Doers” Resource Assessment - personnel skills, computing/software capacity, clearances Report Deliverable: strengths, limitations, challenges and preliminary specifications Phase 2: Pilot Study Design and specification sign-off for Pilot Study Data structure and quality program design, based on design and capacity Staff training (based on Pre-Study Resource Assessment) Report Deliverable: Pilot Study summary outcomes and quality improvement Phase 3: Implementation Quality Improvement - addressing issues found during Pilot Study Implementation and finalisation of analysis dataset Report Deliverable: Exploratory Data Analysis Phase 4 Evaluation Report Deliverable: Statistical Report and Interpretations. Presentation of findings Publication-ready statistical extracts to be negotiated separately The service package may be rolled-out over several sites as shown in my first author publication “Cohort Profile ... TREAT Asia (TASER-M) Monitoring Studies to Evaluate Resistance-HIV drug resistance in ... the Asia-Pacific”, see CV.

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