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Lenore was a lecturer at Deakin University School of Nursing (Burwood) from 2002 until March 2006 when she commenced full time study as a PhD candidate. She has extensive experience in acute and critical care nursing in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. She has taught in undergraduate and postgraduate nursing programs and co-supervised Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) students.
She works one day per week as a research fellow at the Alfred-Deakin Nursing Research Centre.
Sessional lecturer for postgraduate critical care course.
Lenore’s current research interests focus on care of the older person within acute care settings with an emphasis on developing mixed methods research designs to address complex clinical research questions. The aim of her PhD study is to develop and test a tool to evaluate and improve the functional status outcomes of older people hospitalized with acute medical conditions.
Australian postgraduate Award Scholarship 2006-09.
Member Royal College of Nursing, Australia
Member of the Deakin University Health and Behavioral Sciences Faculty Board in 2004-05.
Student representative on the Deakin University Nursing Research and Graduate Studies Committee for 2007-08.
“Using functional outcomes as indicators of quality” poster presented at the 5th Australasian Conference on Safety and Quality in Healthcare, August 2007.
“Understanding patient experiences of diagnostic and interventional cardiology procedures” poster presented at the Asia Pacific Interventional Advances Conference in Newcastle, December 2006