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Prof Alison Hutchinson

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Position

Chair in Nursing, Barwon Health

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Nursing & Midwifery

Campus

Geelong Waterfront Campus

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Melbourne, 2004
Master of Bioethics, Monash University, 1997
Bachelor of Applied Science (Advanced Nursing), La Trobe University, 1991

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Biography

Alfred Deakin Professor Alison Hutchinson is Professor of Nursing in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Deakin University, Director of the Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research in the Institute for Health Transformation at Deakin University, and holds a Chair in Nursing at Monash Health. Her primary research interest centres on improving care through knowledge translation.  As Director of the Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research she provides strategic direction for the Centre, comprising more than 40 scholars undertaking research in the areas of patient safety, patient experience and workforce development. She has the distinction of being one of only a few Australian nurses to have successfully completed a formal postdoctoral fellowship program overseas, having trained as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Alberta, Canada. Professor Hutchinson received a national fellowship in knowledge translation award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and a provincial fellowship award from Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research (now Alberta Innovates). She is internationally recognised for her implementation science/knowledge translation research and is an Associate Editor for journals, ‘Implementation Science’ and ‘Implementation Science Communications’. She has attracted competitive research funding from a range of funding bodies. With more than 145 publications, she has co-authored several book chapters and has published widely in international peer-reviewed journals. Professor Hutchinson has supervised to completion 10 doctoral and 11 master’s students and has also provided mentorship for 5 postdoctoral fellows. In 2019, in recognition of her sustained contribution to nursing research, Professor Hutchinson was awarded the title of Alfred Deakin Professor, which is the highest honour Deakin University can bestow upon a member of the academic staff. In July 2021 she was inducted into the Sigma International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame.

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Research interests

Professor Hutchinson's research interests centre on knowledge translation (research utilisation) in the health and aged care settings and she has a particular interest in the influence of organisational context and interdisciplinary interaction on the uptake of research evidence by health professionals. Dr Hutchinson has experience in the use of qualitative and quantitative research methods, including the use of naturalistic observation, in-depth and focus group interviews, and surveys.

Affiliations

Dr Hutchinson has been a member of Sigma Theta Tau International (an International Honour Society of Nurses) since 2006.

Teaching interests

Professor Hutchinson supervises Honours, Masters and PhD students who are working in the field of decision making and/or knowledge translation/research utilisation to promote safety and quality in healthcare. She also teaches in the undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

Knowledge areas

Knowledge translation / implementation science  (specifically, translation of research evidence into clinical practice), with a particular interest in the influences of interprofessional interaction and organizational context on knowledge translation.

Experience in the use of qualitative and quantitative methods.

Awards

Professor Hutchinson has received a number of awards during the course of her research career:
 

2021  Inducted into Sigma’s International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame in recognition of lifetime achievements in and contributions to research, as well as mentoring of future nurse researchers.

2019  Awarded the title of Alfred Deakin Professor – the title of Alfred Deakin Professor is the highest honour the University can bestow on a member of academic staff.

2014  Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Innovation for Implementation of the Tri-focal Model of Care in Residential Aged Care, Faculty of Health, Deakin University

2007-2009 Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta, Canada, Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Incentive Award

2007-2009 Knowledge Translation Fellowship, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Canada

2007-2009 Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research (AHFMR), Canada - Incentive Award

2007-2009 Postdoctoral Fellowship on Canadian Institutes of Health Research Team in Childrens Pain Grant PI Dr. Bonnie Stevens, University of Toronto, Canada - Incentive Award

2000-2003 Australian Research Council Strategic Partnership with Industry Research Training (SPIRT) Award
 

Projects


 

Publications

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Listen to me, I really am sick! Understanding patient and family perspectives in triggering responses to medical emergencies.

Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Alison Hutchinson

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 1, Linkage PhD student

  • 2014: $38,932
  • 2013: $33,583
  • 2012: $32,038

Using an audit with feedback knowledge translation intervention to promote safety and quality in health care

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Anne Sales

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2, Linkage PhD student

  • 2015: $9,231
  • 2014: $24,548
  • 2013: $33,378
  • 2012: $16,072

Prioritising Responses of Nurses To deteriorating patient Observations (PRONTO)

Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Gillian Harvey, Prof Julie Considine, Prof Imogen Mitchell, Prof Jo Rycroft-Malone, Prof Ian Graham, Dr Mohammadreza Mohebbi, Prof Jennifer Watts

NHMRC - Partnership Project

  • 2018: $81,475
  • 2017: $241,576
  • 2016: $148,287

ARC Research Hub for Digital Enhanced Living

Prof Kon Mouzakis, Prof Svetha Venkatesh, Prof Anthony Maeder, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Michael Berk, Prof Ralph Maddison, Prof Abbas Kouzani, Prof Rajesh Vasa, Prof Helen Christensen, Prof Patricia Williams, Prof John Yearwood, Prof Susan Gordon, Prof David Powers, A/Prof Niranjan Bidargaddi, A/Prof Santu Rana, Prof Truyen Tran, Prof Sunil Gupta, Dr Wei Luo, A/Prof Mohamed Abdelrazek, Dr Felix Tan, Prof Henning Langberg, A/Prof Lars Kayser, Prof Finn Kensing, Prof Freimut Bodendorf, Prof James Warren, Dr Roopak Sinha, Prof A Smeaton, Mr Fonda Voukelatos, Mr John Fouyaxis, Dr Kit Huckvale, Prof John Grundy, Dr Leonard Hoon, David Varley, Nicole Cockayne, Dr Tanya Petrovich, Matthew Macfarlane, Dr Anju Kissoon Curumsing, Dr Scott Barnett, Dr Tom McClean, Prof Deborah Parker, Ms Sharon Grocott, Prof Jean-Guy Schneider, Dr Jessica Rivera Villicana, A/Prof Carsten Rudolph, Prof Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Mr Fernando Escorcia, Dr Gnana Bharathy

ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hubs

  • 2023: $18,750
  • 2021: $388,477
  • 2020: $385,381
  • 2019: $399,716
  • 2018: $449,083
  • 2017: $601,698

Defining and optimising the economic and social return on investment of telephone cancer information and support services for all Australians

Dr Nikki McCaffrey, Prof Vicki White, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Cathrine Mihalopoulos, A/Prof Christine Paul, Prof Liliana Orellana, Dr Lidia Engel, Dr Claire Hutchinson, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Sanchia Aranda

NHMRC - Partnership Project

  • 2024: $16,782
  • 2023: $232,545
  • 2022: $187,916
  • 2021: $240,729

I-HEART - Implementation of HEArt failure guidelines in Regional AusTralia

Prof Andrea Driscoll, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Liliana Orellana, A/Prof John Atherton, A/Prof David Prior, Dr Christopher Reid, A/Prof Carmine de Pasquale, Prof Phillip Newton, A/Prof Ralph Audehm, Dr Ella Zomer

NHMRC - Partnership Project, NHF Partnership Engagement Grant - National Heart Foundation of Australia

  • 2024: $69,885
  • 2023: $438,505
  • 2022: $391,830
  • 2021: $183,646

AUS-mTBI: designing and implementing the health informatics approaches to enhance treatment and care for people with mild TBI

Prof Melinda Fitzgerald, Prof Vicki Anderson, Prof Jennie Ponsford, Prof Kirsten Vallmur, Prof Karen Caeyenberghs, A/Prof Karen Barlow, Dr Gary Mitchell, Dr John Gilroy, Dr Michael Makdissi, Dr Jesse Young, Nick Rushworth, Prof Patrick Kwan, Prof Belinda Gabbe, Mr George Charalambous, Ms Jennifer Cullen, Prof Elizabeth Armstrong, Dr Jonathan Bullen, Patricia Ratajczak, Prof Biswadev Mitra, Prof Terence O'Brien, Prof Daniel Fatovich, Prof Michael Reade, Prof John Olver, Prof Christopher Levi, A/Prof Paul McCrory, Gill Cowen, A/Prof Andrew Gardner, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Dr Jodie-Kate Williams, Prof Kate Curtis, Prof David Menon, Dr Zongyuan Ge, A/Prof Peter Bragge, Dr Delia Hendrie, Prof Natasha Lannin, Prof Franz Babl, A/Prof Grahame Simpson, Prof Tamara Ownsworth, Prof Gavin Davis, Prof Leanne Togher, Prof Jennifer Fleming, Mr Alexander Ring, Maayken van den Berg, Prof Paul Parizel, Dr Fatma Nasrallah, A/Prof Sandy Schultz, Dr Stuart McDonald, A/Prof Lyndsey Collins-Praino, Sarah Hellewell, Dr Jenna Ziebell

MRFF (NHMRC) - Traumatic Brain Injury Grant Opportunity

  • 2023: $80,148
  • 2022: $80,148

Implementing innovative technology promoting self-awareness of brain health and self-determination in obtaining a timely dementia diagnosis

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Dr Helen Macpherson, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Rajesh Vasa, A/Prof Bernice Redley, Dr Jessica Rivera Villicana, Prof Liliana Orellana, Prof Kon Mouzakis

MRFF (NHMRC) - Dementia, Ageing and Aged Care Grant Opportunity

  • 2022: $1,044,161

Regional heart health: Keeping Australians out of hospital

Prof Andrea Driscoll, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Liliana Orellana

HCF Research Foundation Translational Research Grants Scheme

  • 2024: $62,222
  • 2023: $135,192
  • 2022: $72,970

CoDeEndo: Co-Designing, Evaluating, and Implementing Supportive Care for Endometriosis

Prof Antonina Mikocka-Walus, A/Prof Subhadra Evans, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Liliana Orellana, Dr Nikki McCaffrey, Dr David Skvarc, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Felice Jacka, Prof Jason Abbott, Dr Mike Armour, Ms Katherine Stanley, Dr Heidi Staudacher

MRFF (NHMRC) Clinical Trials Activity Grant

  • 2024: $322,580
  • 2023: $909,698

SAFE-HF: tranSlating heArt Failure guidElineS inTo practice: an RCT of a Nurse Practitioner primary care service.

Prof Andrea Driscoll, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Liliana Orellana, A/Prof John Atherton, A/Prof Ralph Audehm, Dr Alison Beauchamp, Prof Phillip Newton, Dr Ella Zomer, Dr Grainne Lowe, Ms Amanda Pereira-Salgado, Dr Susan Cartledge, Ms Meg Pollock

MRFF (NHMRC) Clinician Researchers - Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Grant

  • 2024: $446,599
  • 2023: $595,531

iCare - An interactive online portal to improve health and wellbeing for people living with complex cancers, and their informal carers: a Phase II randomised controlled trial

Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Vicki White, Prof Liliana Orellana, Prof Antonina Mikocka-Walus, Dr Michael Jefford, Prof John Zalcberg, A/Prof Neil Orford, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Andrew Barbour, A/Prof Anna Ugalde, A/Prof Nicole Kiss, Dr Natalie Winter, Prof Bernard Smithers, Prof David Watson, Dr Nikki McCaffrey

MRFF (NHMRC) Clinical Trials Activity Grant

  • 2024: $322,580
  • 2023: $265,441

Revolutionising sarcopenia care for people living with cancer: Establishing effective screening and referral pathways into evidence-based treatment in rural and specialist cancer services

A/Prof Nicole Kiss, Prof Judith Bauer, Dr Carla Prado, Dr Laura Alston, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Linda Denehy, Ms Jenelle Loeliger, Dr Lara Edbrooke, A/Prof Anna Ugalde, Prof Liliana Orellana, A/Prof Lan Gao, A/Prof Nicholas Hardcastle, Dr Brenton Baguley, Ms Louisa Moodie, Dr Sharad Sharma

MRFF (NHMRC) - Clinician Researchers Initiative: Applied Research in Health Grant

  • 2024: $187,801

SAGE Dem: A model of care to improve health of sexuality and/or gender diverse people living with dementia

Dr Louisa Smith, Dr Lyn Phillipson, A/Prof Christy Newman, Prof Katherine Boydell, Prof Alison Hutchinson, A/Prof Emma Kirby, Dr Thomas Morris, Mr Robert Hardy, Dr Brooke Brady, Dr Amie O'Shea, Ms Gwenda Darling, Dr Joanne Watson, Dr Renee Fiolet, Mx Alicia Hind

MRFF (NHMRC) - Models of care for Sexuality & Gender Diverse People & People with Innate Variations of Sex Characteristics

  • 2024: $201,773

Secondary and vicarious trauma: support for lived-experience early career researchers

Dr Renee Fiolet, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Dr Patricia Cullen, A/Prof Kelsey Hegarty

NHMRC Special Initiative in Mental Health

  • 2024: $19,984

Other Public Sector Funding

Monash Health Partnership (previously Southern Health) Deakin joint nursing appointment

Prof Alison Hutchinson, A/Prof Bernice Redley, Dr Helen Rawson

SH Nursing - Joint Appointment - Southern Health

  • 2024: $36,798
  • 2022: $119,768
  • 2021: $361,302
  • 2020: $148,012
  • 2019: $319,615
  • 2018: $304,158
  • 2017: $287,202
  • 2016: $267,859
  • 2015: $252,654
  • 2014: $249,295
  • 2013: $231,812
  • 2012: $179,728
  • 2011: $155,862
  • 2010: $121,830
  • 2009: $127,899
  • 2008: $92,222

Listen to me, I really am sick! Understanding patient and family perspectives in triggering responses to medical emergencies.

Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Alison Hutchinson

ACSQHC Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care

  • 2016: $900
  • 2012: $24,000

Application of international standards for internal audit in a clinical healthcare setting - Literature Review

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Megan-Jane Johnstone

East Grampians Health Service

  • 2012: $20,000

Teaching and Research Aged Care Services (TRACS) Application - Stage One

Prof Beverly O'Connell, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Tracey Bucknall

DHA Tender - Department of Health and Ageing

  • 2015: $2,400
  • 2014: $320,000
  • 2013: $90,000
  • 2012: $270,000

Nursing roles and strategies in end-of-life decision making involving older people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds admitted to Victorian hospitals for end-of-life care

Prof Megan-Jane Johnstone, Prof Alison Hutchinson, A/Prof Bernice Redley

Nurses Board of VIC Grant - Research

  • 2013: $39,573

Review of engaging patients in communication at transistions of care

Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Mari Botti, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Lauren McTier, Dr Helen Rawson

ACSQHC Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care

  • 2015: $8,757
  • 2014: $112,298

Prioritising Responses of Nurses To deteriorating patient Observations (PRONTO)

Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Gillian Harvey, Prof Julie Considine, Prof Imogen Mitchell, Prof Jo Rycroft-Malone, Prof Ian Graham, Dr Mohammadreza Mohebbi, Prof Jennifer Watts

Eastern Health, ACSQHC Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, Monash Health, Alfred Health

  • 2017: $45,000
  • 2016: $68,400

Reducing harm, in the acute hospital setting, to people displaying symptoms associated with a neurocognitive disorder

Prof Alison Hutchinson, A/Prof Bernice Redley, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Dr Helen Rawson, Dr Ben Richardson, Adj/Prof Cheyne Chalmers, Prof Donald Campbell, Dr Emily Tomlinson, Prof Beverly O'Connell

Dementia Collaborative Research Centre Grant

  • 2017: $20,025
  • 2016: $177,000

Defining and optimising the economic and social return on investment of telephone cancer information and support services for all Australians

Dr Nikki McCaffrey, Prof Vicki White, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Cathrine Mihalopoulos, A/Prof Christine Paul, Prof Liliana Orellana, Dr Lidia Engel, Dr Claire Hutchinson, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Sanchia Aranda

DH VIC - Grants Department of Health Victoria

  • 2021: $150,000

I-HEART - Implementation of HEArt failure guidelines in Regional AusTralia

Prof Andrea Driscoll, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Liliana Orellana, A/Prof John Atherton, A/Prof David Prior, Dr Christopher Reid, A/Prof Carmine de Pasquale, Prof Phillip Newton, A/Prof Ralph Audehm, Dr Ella Zomer

Swan Hill District Health

  • 2024: $1,000
  • 2023: $1,000

Development of a sustainable approach to embed smoking cessation interventions into health services.

Prof Alison Hutchinson

Monash Health

  • 2023: $54,894
  • 2022: $37,250

Implementation of an innovative virtual reality experience for people living with mild dementia in residential aged care

Prof Ben Horan, Prof Alison Hutchinson

Aged Care Research and Industry Innovation Australia

  • 2024: $60,000
  • 2023: $90,000

Improving workforce capability and capacity in communicating with people living with dementia (PLWD) using an artificially intelligent (AI) avatar.

Prof Alison Hutchinson

Aged Care Research and Industry Innovation Australia

  • 2023: $80,000

Industry and Other Funding

Cabrini Hospital Professorial Chair in Acute Care Nursing

Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Alison Hutchinson

Cabrini Clinical Education and Research Institute Nursing - Joint Appointment

  • 2013: $42,816
  • 2012: $212,962
  • 2011: $187,821
  • 2010: $185,214
  • 2009: $161,977
  • 2008: $91,704
  • 2007: $100,538
  • 2006: $244,387

Using an audit with feedback knowledge translation intervention to promote safety and quality in health care

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Anne Sales

Cabrini Hospital

  • 2015: $3,573
  • 2014: $11,066
  • 2013: $4,392

Centre for Innovation and Education in Aged Care

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Beverly O'Connell, A/Prof Helen Forbes

ANZCT Grant - J.O. & J.R Wicking Trust - Medical & Scientific Research

  • 2016: $5,326
  • 2012: $331,587
  • 2011: $207,737

Partnering with patients in medication administration

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Elizabeth Manias, Prof Mari Botti, Dr Helen Rawson

Nurses Board of VIC Grant - Major

  • 2016: $60,000

Understanding context in knowledge translation

Asst/Prof Janet Squires, Prof Alison Hutchinson

CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Grant

  • 2016: $1,787

Rapid research review: 'Improving documentation at transitions of care for complex patients'

Prof Elizabeth Manias, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Mari Botti, Dr Jacqui Allen

The Sax Institute

  • 2016: $31,000

ARC Research Hub for Digital Enhanced Living

Prof Kon Mouzakis, Prof Svetha Venkatesh, Prof Anthony Maeder, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Michael Berk, Prof Ralph Maddison, Prof Abbas Kouzani, Prof Rajesh Vasa, Prof Helen Christensen, Prof Patricia Williams, Prof John Yearwood, Prof Susan Gordon, Prof David Powers, A/Prof Niranjan Bidargaddi, A/Prof Santu Rana, Prof Truyen Tran, Prof Sunil Gupta, Dr Wei Luo, A/Prof Mohamed Abdelrazek, Dr Felix Tan, Prof Henning Langberg, A/Prof Lars Kayser, Prof Finn Kensing, Prof Freimut Bodendorf, Prof James Warren, Dr Roopak Sinha, Prof A Smeaton, Mr Fonda Voukelatos, Mr John Fouyaxis, Dr Kit Huckvale, Prof John Grundy, Dr Leonard Hoon, David Varley, Nicole Cockayne, Dr Tanya Petrovich, Matthew Macfarlane, Dr Anju Kissoon Curumsing, Dr Scott Barnett, Dr Tom McClean, Prof Deborah Parker, Ms Sharon Grocott, Prof Jean-Guy Schneider, Dr Jessica Rivera Villicana, A/Prof Carsten Rudolph, Prof Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Mr Fernando Escorcia, Dr Gnana Bharathy

Cancer Council Victoria Grant - Research, NeoProducts Pty Ltd, Interrelate Limited, Uniting NSW.ACT, Health Metrics, Black Dog Institute, Aged Care & Housing Group Inc, Dementia Australia (Alzheimer's Australia) Vic Inc, goAct, Unisono Pty Ltd, Uniting AgeWell

  • 2022: $793,130
  • 2020: $553,025
  • 2019: $378,745

Community Engagement and Participation in Age Care Service Provision

Dr Helen Rawson, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Ms Wendym Quinn

Uniting AgeWell

  • 2018: $20,902
  • 2017: $31,119

Improving older people's experience in transitional care: evaluation of the TRANSITION tool

Dr Jacqui Allen, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Dr Rhonda Brown, Prof Trish Livingston

The Beryl Institute

  • 2018: $616

Development and evaluation of an instrument to measure dignity in continence care for people who are care-dependent

Dr Joan Ostaszkiewicz, Prof Trisha Dunning, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Adrian Wagg, Dr Stella Gwini

Australian Bladder Foundation Grant

  • 2019: $9,788

Preventing harm to older people in acute hospitals: supporting quality in complex nursing work

A/Prof Bernice Redley, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Ms Karin White, Dr Helen Rawson

Nurses Board of VIC Grant - Major

  • 2020: $9,773
  • 2019: $39,092

PSRAC Dementia Mapping Project

Prof Alison Hutchinson, A/Prof Bernice Redley, Dr Helen Rawson

The Victorian Healthcare Association Limited

  • 2019: $49,714
  • 2018: $50,000

Western Victoria PHN After Hours Telehealth Pilot Evaluation.

A/Prof Martin Hensher, Prof Marj Moodie, A/Prof Tim Baker, Prof Alison Hutchinson

Western Victoria Primary Health Network Limited

  • 2021: $8,000
  • 2020: $32,000
  • 2019: $43,500

Defining and optimising the economic and social return on investment of telephone cancer information and support services for all Australians

Dr Nikki McCaffrey, Prof Vicki White, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Cathrine Mihalopoulos, A/Prof Christine Paul, Prof Liliana Orellana, Dr Lidia Engel, Dr Claire Hutchinson, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Sanchia Aranda

Cancer Council Victoria, Cancer Council Australia

  • 2024: $10,000
  • 2023: $55,000
  • 2022: $47,500

I-HEART - Implementation of HEArt failure guidelines in Regional AusTralia

Prof Andrea Driscoll, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Liliana Orellana, A/Prof John Atherton, A/Prof David Prior, Dr Christopher Reid, A/Prof Carmine de Pasquale, Prof Phillip Newton, A/Prof Ralph Audehm, Dr Ella Zomer

Novartis Australia Pty Ltd, Western Alliance

  • 2024: $5,000
  • 2023: $7,500
  • 2022: $27,000

The Pregnancy Research and Translation Ecosystem (PRT-E)

Prof Peter Vuillermin, Prof Steven Allender, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Linda Sweet, Prof Vincent Versace, Dr Anna Wong Shee, Dr Thomas Quinn, Dr Vidanka Vasilevski

Western Alliance

  • 2023: $59,690
  • 2022: $59,690
  • 2021: $69,639

A Listening and Learning Healthcare System approach to improve outcomes for acute-care mental health consumers in the Barwon-Southwest Victoria Region.

Prof Anna Peeters, Prof Steven Allender, Prof Sharon Brennan-Olsen, Prof Michael Berk, Prof Olivia Dean, Prof Felice Jacka, Prof Adrienne O'Neil, A/Prof Melissa O'Shea, Prof Rajesh Vasa, A/Prof Michael Johnstone, A/Prof Martin Hensher, Dr Josh Hayward, Dr Elijah Marangu, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Dr Mary Lou Chatterton, Miss Sally Buchanan-Hagen

Western Alliance

  • 2023: $79,045
  • 2021: $118,568

Advancing the Science of Knowledge Translation: Measuring Context.

Prof Alison Hutchinson

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

  • 2021: $65,000

Victorian Healthcare Recovery Initiative (VHRI) Workforce Impact: Lessons learnt from COVID-19 and the impact on rural and regional health system workforce.

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Dr Simon Albrecht, Dr Anna Wong Shee, Dr Laura Alston

Western Alliance

  • 2022: $25,000
  • 2021: $25,000

CoDeEndo: Co-Designing, Evaluating, and Implementing Supportive Care for Endometriosis

Prof Antonina Mikocka-Walus, A/Prof Subhadra Evans, Prof Trish Livingston, Prof Liliana Orellana, Dr Nikki McCaffrey, Dr David Skvarc, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Felice Jacka, Prof Jason Abbott, Dr Mike Armour, Ms Katherine Stanley, Dr Heidi Staudacher

Western Alliance

  • 2023: $20,000

Impact of simulation-based education on recovery of nurses who experience patient safety incidents: a pilot study.

Dr Monica Peddle, Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Ana Hutchinson

International Nursing Association or Clinical Simulation and Learning

  • 2023: $1,521

An evidence-based framework to support integrated mental health, alcohol and other drugs (MHAOD) care services in Western Victoria.

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Ms Renae Carolin, Prof Steven Allender, Prof Anna Peeters, Prof Peter Miller

Western Victoria Primary Health Network Limited

  • 2024: $10,000
  • 2022: $10,000

Our Sovereignty, Our Healing

Dr Renee Fiolet, Prof Alison Hutchinson

Give Where You Live grants

  • 2023: $39,901

Nurturing Registered Undergraduate Students of Nursing and Mifwifery to Optimise Their Experience in Practice Settings.

Prof Alison Hutchinson, Prof Linda Sweet, A/Prof Debra Kerr, Prof Nikki Phillips

The Nurses Board of Victoria Legacy Ltd (the Trustee of the Trust)

  • 2024: $30,000
  • 2023: $30,000

Inhaler Project

Dr Mike Forrester, Prof Steven Allender, Dr Cindy Needham, Dr Susan Perlen, Prof Alison Hutchinson

Asthma Australia Ltd

  • 2023: $35,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2022

Monica Schoch

Thesis entitled: Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Haemodialysis Vascular Access

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

Theodora Dedo Azu

Thesis entitled: Maternal and Neonatal Birth Outcomes Associated with Anaemia in Pregnancy in the Cape Coast Metropolitan Hospital, Ghana

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

2020

Vanessa Watkins

Thesis entitled: Labouring Together: Collaborative Alliances in Maternity Care in Victoria, Australia

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

2015

Emily Tomlinson

Thesis entitled: Incident delirium in the acute general medical setting

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

Associate Supervisor
2022

Rebecca Jedwab

Thesis entitled: Nurses¿ experiences of an electronic medical record implementation: A mixed-methods study

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

Jessica Lillian Guinane

Thesis entitled: Patient and Family Narratives About Triggering Responses to Clinical Deterioration

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

2018

Elizabeth Oldland

Thesis entitled: Measurement of Nurses' Perceived Responsibilities and Skills for Healthcare Quality

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

2017

Jacqueline Allen

Thesis entitled: Improving Older People's Experience in Transitional Care: Co-Design of TRANSITION

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

Kinga Pemo

Thesis entitled: Exploration of Breastfeeding Promotion and Practices in Bhutan

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

2016

Rinchen Pelzang

Thesis entitled: Patient safety issues and concerns in Bhutan's healthcare system: a qualitative study

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

2015

Shu Wen Chen

Thesis entitled: Decision-Making on Birth Choices Following a Caesarean Delivery in Taiwan

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery

2014

Kantaporn Yodchai

Thesis entitled: How do Thai patients adapt to haemodialysis?

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery