Arun Deo

Lecturer, ; Lecturer, Tuapapa Rangahau, partnering Research and Enterprise
Tuapapa Rangahau, partnering Research and Enterprise
Location: Building 115, Room 2032

Profile

Arun is originally from Fiji and has a vast experience in the tertiary sector. He specializes in the area of Statistics and facilitates the Practical Biostatistics and Negotiated Study courses.

He loves numbers and has a great passion for it. He is able to break down, summarize, interpret and communicate insightful conclusions and strategy recommendations, from large and varied datasets, in order to bring about improvement, change or to report new findings.

Arun is the goto person for any statistical advice and data analysis needs for your research project.

Publications

Roy, D., Deo, A., Harrington, A., McKechnie, R., Anderson, V., Gasquoine, S., Whalley, G., Unno, T., Ratnasabapthy, Y., & Fennelly, G. (2017). Stroke navigation service trial: an integrated care innovation. RCN International Nursing Research Conference 2017, University of Oxford Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BG, UK.

Dugo, C., Alsamarra'i, A., Rigolli, M., Deo, A., Dyer, J., Christiansen, J., & Whalley, G. (2015). A clinical audit of in-hospital echocardiography in heart failure. Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand Regional Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Alsamarra'i, A., Dugo, C., Rigolli, M., Deo, A., Dyer, J., Christiansen, J., & Whalley, G. (2015). The impact of age, clinical status, and population demographics on length of stay associated with heart failure admission: A comparison of two hospitals. Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand Regional Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Deo, A., & Henwood, S. (2015). Introduction to Statistics in Research. RAPPORT: The Magazine for NLP Professionals (Vol. 44).

Vanualailai, J., Deo, A., Sharma, B., & Chandra, S. (2004). Nonlinear dynamics of the observed HIV-positive population size in Fiji. Journal of Community Health and Clinical Medicine for the Pacific: Pacific Health Dialogue (Vol. 10(2)).