Professor Adrian Barnett graduated from University College London with a BSc in Statistics in 1994. After that he worked for SmithKline Beecham and the Medical Research Council as a statistician before coming to Australia to do a PhD. He completed his PhD in Mathematics in 2002.
Han, S., Bertling K., Dean P., Keeley J., Barnett A. G., Lim Y., et al.
(2016). Laser feedback interferometry as a tool for analysis of granular materials at terahertz frequencies: Towards imaging and identification of plastic explosives. Sensors. 16(3), doi: 10.3390/s16030352
Page, K., Barnett A. G., Campbell M., Brain D., Martin E., Fulop N., et al.
(2015). Response to Grayson's Letter to the Editor: ‘Response to K. Page et al., ‘Costing the Australian National Hand Hygiene Initiative’’. Journal of Hospital Infection. 89(2), 138-139. doi: 10.1016/j.jhin.2014.11.003
Barnett, A. G., Herbert D. L., Campbell M., Daly N., Roberts J. A., Mudge A., et al.
(2015). Streamlined research funding using short proposals and accelerated peer review: an observational study. BMC Health Services Research. 15(1), doi: 10.1186/s12913-015-0721-7
Corley, A., Bull T., Spooner A. J., Barnett A. G., & Fraser J. F.
(2015). Direct extubation onto high-flow nasal cannulae post-cardiac surgery versus standard treatment in patients with a BMI ≥30: a randomised controlled trial. Intensive Care Medicine. 41(5), 887-894. doi: 10.1007/s00134-015-3765-6
Guo, Y., & Barnett A. G.
(2015). Invited Commentary: Assessment of Air Pollution and Suicide Risk. American Journal of Epidemiology. 181(5), 304-308. doi: 10.1093/aje/kwu342
White, K. M., Jimmieson N. L., Obst P. L., Graves N., Barnett A. G., Cockshaw W., et al.
(2015). Using a theory of planned behaviour framework to explore hand hygiene beliefs at the ‘5 critical moments’ among Australian hospital-based nurses. BMC Health Services Research. 15(1), doi: 10.1186/s12913-015-0718-2
Russo, P. L., Barnett A. G., Cheng A. C., Richards M., Graves N., & Hall L.
(2015). Differences in identifying healthcare associated infections using clinical vignettes and the influence of respondent characteristics: a cross-sectional survey of Australian infection prevention staff. Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control. 4(1), doi: 10.1186/s13756-015-0070-7