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Research Overview


  • My research is based on improving person centred teaching and practice. This includes action orientated and mixed methods research with an emphasis on improving outcomes for patients, carers, staff and organisations. I also have expertise in evaluation research.

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Person Centred Teaching, Practice or Research

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy "In My Shoes": Investigating the Empathy Levels of Staff towards Older Patients through Participation in an Age Simulation Educational Initiative Bowden, Alera
    Doctor of Philosophy How Does the Evidence Generated by Person Centred Nursing KPIs Drive and Sustain Improvements in the Development of Person Centred Practice? Radbron, Emma
    Doctor of Philosophy Antenatal Expressing can Increase the Rate of Exclusive Breastfeeding on Discharge from Hospital for Women with Gestational Diabetes Cummins, Leanne
    Doctor of Philosophy Developing Nurse-Led Resuscitation Teams for Rural Settings Riley, Katherine
    Doctor of Philosophy Values, Nursing Students and person-Centred Care: A Participatory Inquiry. Antoniou, Carolyn
    Doctor of Philosophy An Innovative Approach to Minimise Falls and Falls Related Injuries by Implementation of a Reflective Model Aimed at the Staff and the Patients in Acute Care Facility David, Vani
    Doctor of Philosophy Enhancing Person Centred Practices and Outcomes through participation in a Person Centred Group Clinical Supervision Model (Nurses and Midwives) Edgar, Denise
    Master of Philosophy -SMAH The Development of a Cognitive Screening Process, and the Utility of Using Cognitive Screening in Predicting Outcomes of Vascular Amputations. Dawes, Erinn
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) The Emotional Impact of Separating Well Mothers and Babies at Caesarean Section Birth Deys, Linda
    Doctor of Philosophy Psychological Rehabilitation and Adjustment after Stoma Formation Kittscha, Julia
    Doctor of Philosophy Implementing and Evaluating a Person-Centred Quality and Safety Approach Across a Large Metropolitan Hospital Tuqiri, Karen
    Doctor of Philosophy Specialling’ activities for older people: an ethnographic study Coyle, Miriam

Research Overview


  • My research is based on improving person centred teaching and practice. This includes action orientated and mixed methods research with an emphasis on improving outcomes for patients, carers, staff and organisations. I also have expertise in evaluation research.

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Person Centred Teaching, Practice or Research

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy "In My Shoes": Investigating the Empathy Levels of Staff towards Older Patients through Participation in an Age Simulation Educational Initiative Bowden, Alera
    Doctor of Philosophy How Does the Evidence Generated by Person Centred Nursing KPIs Drive and Sustain Improvements in the Development of Person Centred Practice? Radbron, Emma
    Doctor of Philosophy Antenatal Expressing can Increase the Rate of Exclusive Breastfeeding on Discharge from Hospital for Women with Gestational Diabetes Cummins, Leanne
    Doctor of Philosophy Developing Nurse-Led Resuscitation Teams for Rural Settings Riley, Katherine
    Doctor of Philosophy Values, Nursing Students and person-Centred Care: A Participatory Inquiry. Antoniou, Carolyn
    Doctor of Philosophy An Innovative Approach to Minimise Falls and Falls Related Injuries by Implementation of a Reflective Model Aimed at the Staff and the Patients in Acute Care Facility David, Vani
    Doctor of Philosophy Enhancing Person Centred Practices and Outcomes through participation in a Person Centred Group Clinical Supervision Model (Nurses and Midwives) Edgar, Denise
    Master of Philosophy -SMAH The Development of a Cognitive Screening Process, and the Utility of Using Cognitive Screening in Predicting Outcomes of Vascular Amputations. Dawes, Erinn
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) The Emotional Impact of Separating Well Mothers and Babies at Caesarean Section Birth Deys, Linda
    Doctor of Philosophy Psychological Rehabilitation and Adjustment after Stoma Formation Kittscha, Julia
    Doctor of Philosophy Implementing and Evaluating a Person-Centred Quality and Safety Approach Across a Large Metropolitan Hospital Tuqiri, Karen
    Doctor of Philosophy Specialling’ activities for older people: an ethnographic study Coyle, Miriam
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