Dr Amr Abou Elnour
Post Doctoral Fellow (APHCRI Centre of Research Excellence)
Available: Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm
Room #: D2.12 Tel: 03 5563 3562 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Amr Abou Elnour (MB BCh, PhD, Grad Dip PHC) is an epidemiologist with a clinical background. Amr holds a Medical degree from Al-Azhar University and a Graduate Diploma in Primary Health Care, and Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health from Flinders University, South Australia.
Amr joined the Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health in August 2011, working as a post-doctoral research fellow for the APHCRI Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) for building quality, governance, performance and sustainability in primary health care through the Clinical Microsystem Approach.
His research interests include improving quality and safety in primary healthcare and clinical microsystems methodology and he is currently working on the CRE project to explore improving the safety and quality of primary health care through performance measurement and organisational development.