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Patrick Bidulka

BSc MSc

Research Fellow

LSHTM
Keppel Street
London
WC1E 7HT
United Kingdom

I completed an MSc in epidemiology at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and a BSc in pharmacology and economics at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Prior to joining the LSHTM, I worked at McGill Global Health Programs and the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) in Hamilton, Canada. I continue to collaborate with researchers at PHRI.

Affiliations

Department of Non-communicable Disease Epidemiology
Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health

Centres

Centre for Global Chronic Conditions

Teaching

I teach on MSc epidemiology and statistics modules such as Statistical Methods in Epidemiology and Extended Epidemiology. I also supervise MSc summer projects in topics related to non-communicable disease management and treatment using electronic health records.

Research

I am currently involved with several pharmacoepidemiology and health services projects:

My research uses routinely collected health care data, mainly from general practices and hospitals in the UK.
Research Area
Clinical databases
Health services research
Behaviour change
Electronic health records
Implementation research
Discipline
Pharmacoepidemiology
Epidemiology
Disease and Health Conditions
Chronic disease
Mental health
Neurological disease
Kidney disease
Non-communicable diseases
Stroke
Country
Canada
Denmark
United Kingdom
India
Rwanda
Sweden
Uganda
South Africa

Selected Publications

Case-ascertainment of acute myocardial infarction hospitalizations in cancer patients: a cohort study using English linked electronic health data
Coles B; Teece L; Weston C; de Belder MA; Oliver-Williams C; Welch CA; Rutherford MJ; Lambert PC; Bidulka P; Paley L
2021
European Heart Journal - Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes
Indirect acute effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on physical and mental health in the UK: a population-based study.
Mansfield KE; Mathur R; Tazare J; Henderson AD; Mulick AR; Carreira H; Matthews AA; Bidulka P; Gayle A; Forbes H
2021
The Lancet. Digital health
Stopping renin-angiotensin system blockers after acute kidney injury and risk of adverse outcomes: parallel population-based cohort studies in English and Swedish routine care.
Bidulka P; Fu EL; Leyrat C; Kalogirou F; McAllister KSL; Kingdon EJ; Mansfield KE; Iwagami M; Smeeth L; Clase CM
2020
BMC Medicine
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