DR Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis

DR Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis

Positions

  • Antimicrobial Stewardship
  • Chronic disease and multimorbidity
  • Diabetes
  • General Practice Data
  • General Practice/Primary health care
  • Quality Improvement

Overview

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  • Dr Jo-Anne Manski-Nankervis is a clinically active academic general practitioner (GP) at the Department of General Practice, Melbourne Medical School. She leads innovative research into the development and implementation of technology to inform decision making in general-practice, and the use of data to describe and improve general-practice activity, with a focus on chronic disease management and antimicrobial stewardship. Dr Manski-Nankervis co-leads the Department of General Practice Data for Decisions program, incorporating the Patron database and development of tools that integrate with the electronic medical record to assist in evidence-based clinical decision making. She co-leads the Future Health Today program with A/Prof Craig Nelson at Western Health, a new technology platform for identification and management of chronic disease in general practice. She has developed a simulation laboratory which is been used to co-design and pilot tools for use in the general practice setting, and co-produces technology with health professionals and consumers. She was one of the first researchers granted access to the NPS MedicineInsight dataset which she has used to conduct studies on chronic kidney disease, type 2 diabetes and the impact of My Health Record use on outcomes for people with type 2 diabetes, osteoarthritis and people prescribed benzodiazepine medications. She has strong collaborations with national and international partners including Therapeutic Guidelines, National Centre for Antimicrobial Stewardship, Western Health, and the Department of General Practice and Primary Care, University of Glasgow. Dr Manski-Nankervis has over 30 peer-reviewed journal publications and has contributed to two national guidelines. Over the last five years she has been awarded more than $1,200,000 in grants, tenders, and contracts. She is an active member of the RACGP National Faculty of Specific Interests – Diabetes Network, and two MBS Taskforce Committees (Endocrinology a   

Affiliation

Member of

  • Primary Care Data Quality Clinical Content Working Group. Member 2019 -
  • Data, Systems and Society research network, University of Melbourne. Early Career Researcher Representative 2018 -
  • RACGP Expert Committee - Research. Early Career Researcher Representative 2018 -
  • Research and Research Training Committee, Melbourne Medical School. Early Career Researcher Representative 2018 -
  • Society for Academic Primary Care. Member 2017 -
  • RACGP National Faculty of Specific Interests - Diabetes. Member, Guidelines Writing Group 2013 -
  • AHPRA. Specialist General Practitioner 2011 -
  • RACGP. Member 2006 -
  • MBS Review Committee - Neurology and Neurosurgery. Member 2018 - 2019
  • NPS MedicineWise - GP Insights Advisory Group. Member 2018 - 2019
  • MBS Review Committee - Endocrinology. Member 2016 - 2017

Publications

Selected publications

Research

Investigator on

Additional Grant Information

  • 1. Furler J, Manski-Nankervis J, Blackberry I, Gray K. Telehealth to support structured monitoring to achieve targets for glycaemia in insulin-treated type 2 diabetes (T2D) in rural primary care. APHCRI Foundation Grant, 2014 ($49,983) 2. Manski-Nankervis J, Furler J, Blackberry I, Young D. Stepping Up cohort study. RACGP Diabetes Australia Research Grant, 2014 ($59,998) 3. Manski-Nankervis J, Furler J, Blackberry I, Young D. Models of care and health professional collaboration for people with T2DM requiring insulin. Independent Practitioner Network Pty Ltd (IPN)/RACGP Research Grant, 2012 ($19988.70) 4. Manski-Nankervis J, Furler J, Blackberry I, Young D. Models of care and health professional collaboration for people with T2DM requiring insulin. RACGP Chris Silagy Research Scholarship, 2012 ($20000) 5. Manski-Nankervis J Assessment of Risk Factors associated with Avoidable Hospital Admissions of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Patient Experience and Management in Primary Care Charles Bridges-Webb Memorial Award (RACGP), 2011 ($5000) 6. Manski-Nankervis J Assessment of Risk Factors associated with Avoidable Hospital Admissions of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Patient Experience and Management in Primary Care Diabetes Alliance Group Grant, 2011 ($3000) 7. Manski-Nankervis J Assessment of Risk Factors associated with Avoidable Hospital Admissions of Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Patient Experience and Management in Primary Care Registrar Research Fund Grant, 2010 ($9945)    

Awards

Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2016
  • MBBS (Hons), University of Melbourne 2006
  • BSc (Hons), The University of Western Australia 2000

Awards and honors

  • Dyason Fellowship, 2017
  • ECR Travel: U21 Big Data at the heart of 21st century, 2016
  • Australian Diabetes Society-MSD Travel Scholarship, 2015
  • Rajakumar Award for best oral presentation at 5th Asia Pacific Primary Care Research Conference, Putrajaya, Malaysia, 2015
  • Melbourne Abroad Scholarship, 2014
  • Professor Peter Mudge Medal for Best Research in General Practice, 2013
  • Gordon P Castles Scholarship, 2012
  • Registrar research prize, 2012
  • Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, 2011
  • Charles Bridges-Webb Memorial Award, 2011
  • Delta West Prize in Human Oncobiology, 1998

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Supervision

Available for supervision

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