Dr John Rolley
|Position:||Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellow|
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Health|
|Department:||School of Nursing and Midwif.|
|Campus:||Geelong Waterfront Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 52278432 +61 3 52278432|
Dr John Rolley, is a Senior Lecturer of Nursing at Deakin University, School of Nursing and Midwifery. In addition to undergraduate and postgraduate learning and teaching, John has an active research profile in two main areas: Interventional cardiovascular nursing and education. John’s main clinical focus has been critical care with particular interest in cardiovascular health. However, experiences in community health and social welfare have broadened that focus to include an emphasis in continuity in chronic disease management and prevention from a patient-journey viewpoint. In 2009, John completed a PhD with Curtin University. This program of research included patient, carers and clinicians with the aim of improving outcomes for people undergoing percutaneous coronary interventions. A significant output was a set of nursing clinical practice guidelines. John is currently extending his guidelines work for the development of cardiac catherisation laboratory specific guidelines and competencies using similar methods developed during the PhD as well as pursuing research into the impact of chronic illness on carers. In addition, John is working with a group of educators investigating problem based learning approaches in postgraduate nursing clinical education
- Doctor of Philosophy, Curtin University, 2010
Australian College of Nursing, Member
The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand
European Society of Cardiology
Journal of Advanced Nursing, Editorial Board
Interventional Cardiovascular Nursing
Chronic illness management
Coronary heart disease
1. R Fernandez, B Everett, R Rajeratman, J X Rolley, P M Davidson, “Culture and risk factors for coronary heart disease among Asian Indians living in Australia.” J Transcul Nurs.
2. R Fernandez, B Everett, R Rajeratnam, J X Rolley, P M Davidson, “Migratory implications for coronary heart disease risk prevention in Asian Indians: Evidence from the leading health indicators. J Cultural Diversity.
3. A Conway, J X Rolley, K Page, P Fulbrook, “Issues and challenges associated with nurse-administered procedural sedation and analgesia in the cardiac catheterisation laboratory: A qualitative study.” JCN.
4. M Elliott, K Page, J X Rolley, L Worrall-Carter, “Examining adverse events after ICU discharge: development and testing of a questionnaire.” IJNP.
5. A Conway, J X Rolley, P Fulbrook, K Page, D R Thompson, “Improving Statistical Analysis of Matched Case-Control Studies.” Res Nurs Hlth.
6. J X Rolley, D R Thompson, “Cardiovascular disease: Is it time to finally recognise it as a complex, chronic life-span illness?” E J Cardio Nurs, 11, 2012,135-137
7. J Philips, J X Rolley, P M Davidson, “Developing targeted health service interventions using the PRECEDE-PROCEED Model: Two Australian case studies.” Nurs Res Prac, 2012
8. J X Rolley, J M Smith, M DiGiacomo, Y Salamonson, P M Davidson, “The caregiving role following percutaneous coronary interventions.” JCN, 20(1-2): 227-235
9. J X Rolley, Y Salamonson, C Wensley, C Dennison, P M Davidson, “Nursing clinical practice guidelines to improve care for people undergoing percutaneous coronary interventions.” ACC, 24(1), 2011, 18-38
10. K L Soh, P M Davidson, G Leslie, M DiGiacomo, J X Rolley, K G Soh, A A Rahman, “Factors to drive clinical practice improvement in a Malaysian intensive care unit: Assessment and organizational readiness using a mixed method approach.” Inter J Multi Res Approach, 5(1), 2011, 104-121
11. P M Davidson, Y Salamonson, J X Rolley, B Everett, R Fernandez, S Andrew, P J Newton, S A Frost, R Dennis, “Perception of cardiovascular risk following a percutaneous coronary intervention: a cross sectional study.” IJNS, 48(8), 2010, 973-978
12. A W Conway, K Page, J X Rolley, L Worrall-Carter, “Nurse-administered procedural sedation and analgesia in the cardiac catheter laboratory: An integrative review.” IJNS. 48(8),1012-1023
13. J Koch, Y Salamonson, J X Rolley, P M Davidson, “Learning preference as a predictor of academic performance in first year accelerated graduate entry nursing students: A prospective follow-up study.” Nurs Ed Today, 31(6), 2011, 611-615
14. J X Rolley, Y Salamonson, C Dennison, P M Davidson, “Cardiovascular nursing care following a percutaneous coronary intervention: An Australian and New Zealand online survey.” J Card Nurs, 25(1), 2010, 75-84
15. E Halcomb, P M Davidson, B Caldwell, Y Salamonson, J X Rolley, “Validation of the Professional Practice Environment Scale in Australian general practice.” J Nurs Schol, 42(2), 2010, 207-213
16. J X Rolley, Y Salamonson, C Dennison, P M Davidson, “Development of clinical practice guidelines for nursing care of people undergoing percutaneous coronary interventions: An Australian and New Zealand Collaboration.” ACC, 23(4), 2010, 177-187
17. J X Rolley, P M Davidson, Y Salamonson, R Fernandez, C R Dennison, (2009). “Review of nursing care for patients undergoing percutaneosous coronary interventions: a patient journey perspective.” JCN, 18(17), 2394-2405