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Bridie is a Professor at Deakin University and the Chair of Nursing at Eastern Health where she leads the Eastern Health Nursing and Midwifery Research Unit. She is also the Director of the Deakin Centre for Quality and Risk Management in Health: a Joanna Briggs Collaborating Centre. Prior to this appointment, she was an Associate Professor at the School of Nursing, University of Auckland, holding a joint appointment as Director of Clinical Nursing Research at Auckland District Health Board. She was also the Nursing Director for Quality at Auckland District Health Board, and Director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Healthcare – Aotearoa. Bridie has clinical qualifications and extensive experience in intensive care nursing. She also has extensive experience in quality improvement, practice change, health services education and research in the UK and New Zealand, having held a variety of clinical, educational and research appointments in public hospitals and in the tertiary education sector. She is editor of the journal Implementation Science.