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Ms Jennifer Persaud
Ms Jennifer Persaud is a practising Physiotherapist in Perth, WA. She has international experience of working as a Physiotherapist in both the private and public health sectors.
Her primary degree in Physiotherapy was completed at the University of East London and she completed her Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary College (University of London).
Jennifer has an interest in the advancing scope of physiotherapy and she currently works in an Advanced Physiotherapist Practitioner role in a major tertiary health care facility in Perth. She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. She is currently a Director for Sports Medicine Australia (WA branch) and the State Representative to the National Board of SMA.
Bairstow P, Persaud J, Mendelson R, Nguyen L. Reducing inappropriate diagnostic practice through education and decision support. International Journal of Quality in Health Care 2010;22(3):194-200
Hall, M., Persaud, J. (2008) Mapping a shared future. Aus Nurs Journal, 15(9):39
L.K. Nguyen; J. Persaud; D. Fatovich; J. Yeung; D. de Vos; R.M. Mendelson. Initial Plain Abdominal Radiographs versus Low-Dose Unenhanced CT in the Primary Investigation of an Acute Abdomen. The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology (RANZCR) Annual Conference, 2009 Australia. (oral presentation by L.K.Nguyen). Winner of the Philips Healthcare Australasia Scientific Paper Prize
Persaud J, Bairstow P, Nguyen, Grabinski R, Mendelson R., et al. Diagnostic Imaging Guidelines for Suspected Pulmonary embolism. Can Guideline Adherence be Enforced? The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology (RANZCR) Annual Conference, 2008, Adelaide, Australia. (poster)
Persaud J, Bairstow P, Nguyen, Grabinski R, Mendelson R., et al. Non-Compliance with Diagnostic Imaging Pathways: Can ICT Help? The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology (RANZCR) Annual Conference, 2008, Adelaide, Australia. (oral presentation by J Persaud).
Nguyen L, Bairstow P, Ho K, Persaud J, Mendelson R. Renal Colic: Audit of Compliance with Recommended Imaging. The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology (RANZCR) Annual Conference, 2008, Adelaide, Australia. Winner of the Quality Improvement Exhibit Prize (poster)
Invited Speaker: “The Great Debate”. Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Congress 2008, Perth, Australia.