Dr. Louise Cullen, MBBS(Hon), FACEM, Ph.D.

The University of Queensland

Webinar: Is the effort really worth the result? hs-cTn at the point of care or lab?

In this expert webinar, Dr. Frank Peacock, Dr. Louise Cullen, and Dr. Ricky Body discuss the value of high-sensitivity troponin in the assessment of patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome (ACS). This webinar covers the utilization of high-sensitivity cardiac troponin (cTn) in the emergency department (ED) and its impact when delivered via a rapid point of care (POC) device or core laboratory.



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Dr. Louise Cullen, MBBS(Hon), FACEM, Ph.D.
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Dr. Louise Cullen, MBBS(Hon), FACEM, Ph.D.

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Louise Cullen is an emergency physician and a Professor at The University of Queensland More
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Dr. Louise Cullen, MBBS(Hon), FACEM, Ph.D.

The University of Queensland

Louise Cullen is an emergency physician in a major metropolitan teaching hospital in Brisbane, Australia, a clinical trialist and outcomes researcher in acute diseases, holding the position of Professor at The University of Queensland and Adjunct Professor at Queensland University of Technology. She is enthusiastically involved in the translation of research by clinical redesign and innovation. As an accomplished acute disease researcher, Prof. Cullen has focused on the diagnosis and management of patients presenting with possible acute coronary syndromes (ACS) in the emergency department (ED). She has been engaged in many international collaborations and has authored over 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals including the NEJM and the Lancet, focused on strategies to improve efficiency, whilst maintaining safety for patients with possible ACS, syncope, heart failure, shortness of breath and atrial fibrillation. More recently, Prof. Cullen has focused on health services research aimed at reducing unnecessary or low benefit care in the ED.