Research & Publications

2020 Research Title & Documentation Primary Researcher
The COVID-19 pandemic: A descriptive, longitudinal, mixed methods study of the professional and personal impact on Nurses, Midwives, Allied Health Professionals and students of these disciplines Dr Janie A Brown
Health professionals' knowledge, preparedness and experiences of managing SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 in the Australian healthcare settings: A multidisciplinary cross-sectional study Professor Ramon Z Shaban
Understanding the features of mental health models of care that influence care delivery and patient outcomes in Australian emergency departments Hilary Ferndando
Developing and establishing validity and reliability of an occupational violence risk assessment tool for emergency departments Cara Cabilan

What is the influence of body temperature on the initiation of clinical practice guidelines for neutropenic sepsis in haematology oncology patients:
Patient and nursing perspectives

Christine Mackey
FLEXAR – Exploring musculoskeletal injuries in the emergency nursing profession  Assoc Professor Julia Morphet
Minimum practice standards for graduate emergency nursing programs Tamsin Jones
   
2019 Research Title & Documentation  Primary Researcher
Forensic nursing education program for interpersonal violence related presentations Melanie Brown
Stressors and coping strategies for emergency department nurses in New South Wales of Australia Ali Alomari
Invitation to participate in NHMRC research project: Mental Health in the ED
Prof Julia Crilly
   
2018 Research Title & Documentation  Primary Researcher
Emergency nurses preparedness to care for paediatric patients Chanika Perera
What are your experiences of death, dying and end of life care within the emergency department  Tomi Adesina
Improving the knowledge and skills of emergency department and mental health nurses to work therapeutically with patients who self-injure            Irene Ngune
Disaster Education and Training for Australian Nursing Students: A Delphi Study  
Exploring the perceived disaster preparedness of emergency department (ED) nurses who in regional and rural New South Wales (NSW)  
Exploring stress resilience among emergency personnel Joanne Porter
Emergency nurse’s preparedness for paediatric emergencies   Perera, C
Disaster Education and Training for Australian Nursing Students: A Delphi Study Winnie Ituma
Clinician perceptions on the use of patient controlled analgesia in the ED Natasya Raja
   
2017 Research Title & Documentation  Primary Researcher
CBRNE Knowledge & preparedness among Australian ED staff Hammad, K, PhD
Nurses experiences with interruptions Gao, J, PhD Candidate
Nurses and doctors perceptions and experiences in providing end-of-life care in emergency department settings                                                   Giles, Dr Tracey
Reintroducing Practical logic to the use of PPE: A Video Survey Gilbert, Prof. Lyn
An exploration of a nursing role in Emergency Department waiting rooms Innes, K
Revealing the Roadblocks in STEMI management Martin, L
Nurses’ experience of the death of a child in the Emergency Department Copnell, B
Demystifying the role of the ED Clinical Nurse Specialist Morphet, J; Jones, T; Dunshea, K