Professor Fiona M. Blyth

Fiona Blyth AM is Professor of Public Health and Pain Medicine at the University of Sydney. She is a public health physician and pain epidemiologist. She has been involved in studies of chronic pain epidemiology for almost twenty years, including large prospective cohort studies, RCTs, pharmacoepidemiological studies, and health services research using linked routinely collected datasets. Fiona is internationally recognised for her body of work that positions chronic pain conditions as a major public health problem and contributor to the global burden of disability. She is also Principal Hospital Scientist at the University of Sydney Pain Management Research Insitute at Royal North Shore Hospital, and works with the Sax Institute in knowledge translation (promoting the use of research evidence in health policy).

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