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Research Fellow Olivia Currie

MBChB, DCH (University of Otago), PGDipGP, FRNZCGP

Olivia joined the Department of General Practice as a GPEP2 Research Fellow in 2012, evaluating electronic prescription data for a pharmacovigilance study.

Outside the department, Olivia is a permanent locum at Hillmed Health.

She is also a mother to a very chatty toddler.

Research Interests

Her research interests include:

  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Polypharmacy
  • Patient Portal
  • Analyses of Electronic Medical Data
  • The General Practice Model of Care

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Publications

Currie, O., Williman, J., Mangin, D., McKinnon-Gee, B., & Bridgford, P. (2019). Comparative risk of new-onset diabetes following commencement of antipsychotics in New Zealand: A population-based clustered multiple baseline time series design. BMJ Open, 9(2), e022984. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-022984

Currie, O., Mangin, D., & Williman, J. (2017). What do GPs care about when it comes to pharmacoepidemiology? Proceedings of the Primary Health Care and General Practice Research Weekend. Retrieved from http://www.otago.ac.nz/wellington/departments/primaryhealthcaregeneralpractice/research/

Currie, O. (2015). Ageing positively for New Zealanders. Journal of Primary Health Care, 7(4), 268. [Editorial].

Currie, O. (2014). Use of electronic prescription database to assess risk of new onset diabetes after drugs are prescribed for cardiovascular risk: A study. Proceedings of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) Conference for General Practice: Making Connections: Are You Plugged In? Retrieved from http://www.conference.co.nz/gp14/programme

Currie, O., Mangin, D., Williman, J., McKinnon-Gee, B., & Bridgford, P. (2013). The comparative risk of new-onset diabetes after prescription of drugs for cardiovascular risk prevention in primary care: A national cohort study. BMJ Open, 3(11), e003475 . doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003475

Journal - Research Article

Currie, O., Williman, J., Mangin, D., McKinnon-Gee, B., & Bridgford, P. (2019). Comparative risk of new-onset diabetes following commencement of antipsychotics in New Zealand: A population-based clustered multiple baseline time series design. BMJ Open, 9(2), e022984. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-022984

Currie, O., Mangin, D., Williman, J., McKinnon-Gee, B., & Bridgford, P. (2013). The comparative risk of new-onset diabetes after prescription of drugs for cardiovascular risk prevention in primary care: A national cohort study. BMJ Open, 3(11), e003475 . doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003475

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Journal - Research Other

Currie, O. (2015). Ageing positively for New Zealanders. Journal of Primary Health Care, 7(4), 268. [Editorial].

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Currie, O., Mangin, D., & Williman, J. (2017). What do GPs care about when it comes to pharmacoepidemiology? Proceedings of the Primary Health Care and General Practice Research Weekend. Retrieved from http://www.otago.ac.nz/wellington/departments/primaryhealthcaregeneralpractice/research/

Currie, O. (2014). Use of electronic prescription database to assess risk of new onset diabetes after drugs are prescribed for cardiovascular risk: A study. Proceedings of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP) Conference for General Practice: Making Connections: Are You Plugged In? Retrieved from http://www.conference.co.nz/gp14/programme

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