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Dr Mina Bakhit

Assistant Professor

Level 4, Building 5, Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine, Bond University

Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine

Institute for Evidence-Based Healthcare

Accepting PhD Students

Professional biography

Mina has a medical background and is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice, Bond University. His key interests include public health, evidence synthesis, shared decision making, antimicrobial stewardship programs and improving quality of reporting. His research focuses on patient-clinician communication and decision making about antibiotic use in primary care. He has a special interest in antibiotic resistance development and decay.

Research interests

My key research and teaching interests include evidence synthesis (using systematic reviews and meta-analysis as well as primary research), shared decision making, antimicrobial stewardship programs and supporting research in general practices. Specific areas of illness that I work on include acute respiratory infections, any self-limiting disease including infections, and antibiotic resistance, in primary care.


  • Bachelor Degree in Medicine and Surgery Cairo University, Cairo (Egypt)
  • Master of Arts in Physical Activity and Health Friedrich Alexander University, Erlangen (Germany)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Thesis under examination) Bond University

Fields of Research

  • Public health

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