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Shebeshi, Dinberu Dr.

Research Fellow (Applied Statistics)

  • Research Fellow (Applied Statistics) - electronic Persistent Pain Outcomes Collaboration (ePPOC) 2021 -

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Dr Dinberu Shebeshi is a Research Fellow (Applied Statistics) in The electronic Persistent Pain Outcomes Collaboration (ePPOC) at Australian Health Services Research Institute. Prior to his current role, Dr Dinberu worked as an associate Biostatistician at the Sax Institute, while he was completing his PhD at the University of Newcastle.

Dr Dinberu has a background in statistics, with a Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees. He applied his statistical knowledge in different health research, to mention a few, infectious disease, fertility, ageing and women’s health. During his PhD study in Clinical Epidemiology and Medical Statistics at the University of Newcastle, he applied his statistical skills on topics related to the Australian health care system, in the context of population ageing and the increasing burden of chronic disease. Dr Dinberu has experience working on large linked datasets such as National Death Index, Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS), Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS), Emergency dataset, Cancer Registry and Admitted Patient Data Collection (APDC).

Dr Dinberu worked as a Statistics lecturer and research staff for more than 7 years at Jimma University, Ethiopia. In 2017, based on his contribution to research, teaching and community service, Jimma University has promoted him to the rank of Assistant Professor. He has a particular interest in survival analysis, spatial analysis and GLM models.

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  • Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, University of Newcastle, School of Medicine and Public Health, Modelling the incidence of admission of older women to hospital, and the impact of comorbidity and frailty on hospital use 2017 - 2021

Top Publications


Selected Publications


Presentations


Education And Training


  • Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Epidemiology and Medical Statistics, University of Newcastle, School of Medicine and Public Health, Modelling the incidence of admission of older women to hospital, and the impact of comorbidity and frailty on hospital use 2017 - 2021
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