Professor Teng Liaw
School of Public Health and Community Medicine
T: +61 2 9616 8520
CIE: Professor Liaw is Professor of General Practice, UNSW Sydney. He is an academic GP with expertise in mixed methodologies including case studies, qualitative methods, and controlled studies including pre-and-post, post-test-only and randomised controlled trials. His domain expertise is in patient-held health records, multidisciplinary care, general practice and integrated care informatics and clinical decision support, focused on diabetes and asthma, quality use of medicines, mental health, cross-cultural and Aboriginal health. He co-founded the UNSW WHO Collaborating Centre in eHealth which has a focus on community development and building capacity in informatics and program evaluation in the Western Pacific and South Asia regions.
Qualifications: MBBS (Tasmania, 1976); PhD (Health informatics, Flinders University, 1994); Fellow, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (1989); Foundation Fellow, Australasian College of Health Informatics (2002); Fellow, American College of Medical Informatics (2012), Member, Inaugural Class (2017) International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics.
Address: School of Public Health and Community Medicine UNSW, Samuels Ave, Kensington NSW 2033