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A/Prof. Bernice Redley

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor Of Nursing (Monash Health)

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Nursing & Midwifery

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2007
Bachelor of Nursing, Deakin University, 1996

Contact

Research interests

My research focus is quality and safety of patient care in acute and hospital settings. Specific research interests include interprofessional clinical communication and handover; care of older persons in acute settings; performance of frontline interprofessional health care teams; patient participation in the health care delivery; and supporting sustainable changes in day to day clinical practices and hospital activities. My research to date has examined patient and family needs in critical illness, interprofessional teamwork and handover communication in complex clinical settings (recovery rooms and emergency departments), redesign models of care in emergency department and acute medicine, clinical engagement in service improvement and research, a model for interprofessional teamwork for older person care, preventing  harms of hospitalisation for the older person in acute care, development and application of health policy, and innovations in models of care to deliver increased quality and safety and a high performing health system.

Affiliations

Royal College of Nursing, Australia

Australian Nursing Federation

College of Emergency Nursing Australasia

Interational Society for Quality in Healthcare Association

African Federation for Emergency Medicine
 

Teaching interests

Course coordinator for Bachelor of Nursing (Honours). Unit Chair for HNR412, HNR411 and Co-Chair for HBS400.

Supervision of Honours, Masters and PhD students on at Deakin University and Monash Health.

Postgraduate specialty courses for Masters of Nursing Practice, Nurse Practitioner,  Critical Care and Emergency Nursing. 



 

Units taught

2016-19

Bachelor of Nursing (Honours)

HBS400 Research Methocs (co-chair)

HNR412 Research Planning in Nursing

HNR410 Research Project 2.

2012-13

Bachelor of Nursing (Honours)

HBS400 Research Methods (T1) (Co-chair)

HNR412 Research Planning in Nursing (T2)

HNN746 Nursing, Cultural Diversity and Politics of Health Care (T1)

HNN732 Advanced Clinical Decision Making (T2)

Expert nurse advisor for HBS345 Interprofessional Collaboration in Health Care (T2)

Knowledge areas

  • Interprofessional clinical communication for safe transitions in care, within and between teams, in complex settings (e.g. ward rounds, clinical handover);
  • Performance of multidisciplinary front line clinical teams for patient safety and to enhance care delivery (e.g. preventing harms during acute hospitalisation) 
  • Patient and family experiences, engagement and participation to ensure safe high quality healthcare in acute settings
  • Information technology solutions to support communication and acute care delivery.

Expertise

Patient safety Mixed methods research Acute hospital care Emergency care Care of the older person Health Services Evaluation

Professional activities

Committee Membership includes:

Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Strategic Research Centre, Deakin University
Governance Committee. Victorian Care for Older Person (VCOP) in hospital clinical network (Deputy Chair).
Clinical Communication Committee, Monash Health
Human Ethics Advisory Group- Health, Deakin University
Monash Health Human Research Ethics Committee, Monash Health
Electronic Medical Record Working Group, Monash Health
Course Directors, Faculty of Health, Deakin University
Research and Research Training Committee, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Deakin University

Reviewer for National and International peer-review journals, conferences and grant programs.

Awards

2015 Winner of Moya Conrick best paper award, 3-5 August. Nursing Informatics Australia Conference, Brisbane, Australia for paper Measuring the impact of technology on nursing work: A systematic review of the literature 

2012 European Prostate Nurses Conference (Paris) Award for best Poster (second prize) (co-author and design of poster).

2011 International prostate symposium (Melbourne) Award for best Poster (First prize) (co-author and design of poster)

2009 The Alfred Research Week Professor of Medicine Award for best Quality and Safety

Poster (co-author and design of poster).

2005 The Alfred Research Week best Nursing poster.

2005 Phillipa Moore Publication Prize awarded by CENA (Vic Branch).

2004 Royal College of Nursing Australia, National Research Scholarship Fund, Bequest Fund for Research

2004 Australian Nurses Federation Annual Research Grant

1996 Florence Nightingale Committee of Victoria (Inc) bursary
 

Projects

Current and past research projects include:

  • 2019-20. Implementing best evidence for nurse led strategies prevent harms common to older people in acute hospitals. NHMRC Translating Research Into Practice  (TRIP) Fellowship. 
  • 2019. Preventing harm to older people in acute hospitals: supporting quality in complex nursing work. Nurses Board of Victoria Legacy Limited Mona Menzies Post-Doctoral Research Grant. 
  • 2018-19.  Measuring Nurse Motivation, Engagement and Well-being in the Implementation of an Electronic Medical Record. Mentor for R. Jedwab for Emerging Researcher Fellowship, Monash Health.
  • 2018-19. Work readiness of Graduate Nurses and Midwives undertaking a Transition to Practice Program. Mentor for S. Rogers for Emerging Researcher Fellowship, Monash Health.
  • 2018-19. Mapping and survey regarding dementia training and support resources in the Victorian public sector residential aged care sector. Hutchinson, A. Redley, B. Rawson, H. 
  • 2017-2020. Supporting patient activation and participation through multimedia: The MyStay project.
  • 2016-17. Reducing harm, in the acute hospital setting, to people displaying symptoms associated with a neurocognitive disorder. Funded by Dementia Collaborative Research Centers Grants.
  • 2016. Design Matters for Hospital Team based Patient Care in Emergency Departments. The University of Melbourne, Health Systems and Workforce Unit, Centre for Health Policy, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health  and Deakin University, School of Nursing and Midwifery. Funded by Commonwealth Department of Industry, Research Connections Grant and Hassell.
  • 2015-16. Risk screening and assessment for avoiding preventable harm in older people in hospital. Department of Health and Human Services, Victoria
  • 2014-15. Patient and companion experience of participation in interprofessional rounds on acute inpatient medical wards. Deakin University Centre for Quality and Safety Research.
  • 2014-15. A feasibility assessment for an intelligent care support tool for acute healthcare delivery in the private healthcare context. Epworth Research Institute Grants.
  • 2014-15. 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. Funded by Nurses Board of Victoria Legacy Limited, Ella Lowe Grant.
  • 2012-14 Tools to evaluate Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds (SIBR) in acute care: A pilot in general medicine. Deakin University Centre for Quality and Safety Research.
  • 2012-15. Smartward: evaluating the development and implementation of smart technology an novel CDSS. Funded by SmartWard Pty. Ltd.

Publications

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2020

Organ donation within the intensive care unit: a retrospective audit

Anthony Cignarella, Bernice Redley, Tracey Bucknall

(2020), Vol. 33, pp. 167-174, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

A mixed methods quality evaluation of structured interprofessional medical ward rounds

Bernice Redley, Don Campbell, Keith Stockman, Sara Barnes

(2020), Vol. 50, pp. 222-231, Internal medicine journal, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

"Blind leading the blind": qualitative evaluation of unanticipated difficulties during nurse testing of a hospital health information system

K Bail, E Merrick, B Redley, J Gibson, R Davey, M Currie

(2020), Vol. 27, pp. 82-88, Collegian, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Workplace Violence Against Emergency Nurses in Taiwan: A Cross-Sectional Study

H Lee, C Han, B Redley, C Lin, M Lee, W Chang

(2020), Vol. 46, pp. 66-71.e4, Journal of Emergency Nursing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Methods used to examine technology in relation to the quality of nursing work in acute care: a systematic integrative review

B Redley, T Douglas, M Botti

(2020), Vol. 29, pp. 1477-1487, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article
2019

Patient participation in inpatient ward rounds on acute inpatient medical wards: a descriptive study

Bernice Redley, Lauren McTier, Mari Botti, Alison Hutchinson, Harvey Newnham, Donald Campbell, Tracey Bucknall

(2019), Vol. 28, pp. 15-23, BMJ quality and safety, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Have you SCAND MMe Please? A framework to prevent harm during acute hospitalisation of older persons: a retrospective audit

Bernice Redley, Tim Baker

(2019), Vol. 28, pp. 560-574, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

The influence of spatial design on team communication in hospital emergency departments

Lucio Naccarella, Michelle Raggatt, Bernice Redley

(2019), Vol. 12, pp. 100-115, HERD: health environments research and design journal, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Magnesium sulphate replacement therapy in cardiac surgery patients: a systematic review

Rebecca Jedwab, Alison Hutchinson, Bernice Redley

(2019), Vol. 32, pp. 421-433, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Measuring nursing benefits of an electronic medical record system: a scoping review

R Jedwab, C Chalmers, N Dobroff, B Redley

(2019), Vol. 26, pp. 562-582, Collegian, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Co-development of "BRAIN-TRK": qualitative examination of acceptability, usability and feasibility of an App to support nurses' care for patients with behavioural and psychological symptoms of neurocognitive disorders in hospital

Bernice Redley, Ben Richardson, Charlotte Peel, Cherene Ockerby, Helen Rawson, Emily Tomlinson, Alison Hutchinson

(2019), Vol. 28, pp. 2868-2879, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Family needs during critical illness in the Emergency Department: a retrospective factor analysis of data from three countries

Bernice Redley, Lesego Phiri, Tanya Heyns, Wei Wang, Chin-Yen Han

(2019), Vol. 28, pp. 2813-2823, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Patient activation intervention to facilitate participation in recovery after total knee replacement (MIME): a cluster randomised cross-over trial

Jo McDonall, Richard de Steiger, John Reynolds, Bernice Redley, Patricia Livingston, Anastasia Hutchinson, Mari Botti

(2019), Vol. 28, pp. 782-792, BMJ quality and safety, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Families' perspectives of participation in patient care in an adult intensive care unit: a qualitative study

P Wong, B Redley, R Digby, A Correya, T Bucknall

(2019), Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Usability and feasibility of multimedia interventions for engaging patients in their care in the context of acute recovery: a narrative review

J McDonall, A Hutchinson, B Redley, P Livingston, M Botti

(2019), Vol. 22, pp. 1187-1198, Health expectations, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

A framework of nurses' responsibilities for quality healthcare - exploration of content validity

E Oldland, M Botti, A Hutchinson, B Redley

(2019), pp. 1-14, Collegian, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2018

Investigating acceptance of nursing information systems through UTAUT lens

L Nguyen, B Redley, N Wickramasinghe, P Haddad, M Botti, I Muhammad

(2018), pp. 484-503, Nursing education, administration, and informatics : breakthroughs in research and practice, Hershey, Pa., B1

book chapter

Fostering trusting relationships with older immigrants hospitalised for end-of-life care

M-J Johnstone, H Rawson, A Hutchinson, B Redley

(2018), Vol. 25, pp. 760-772, Nursing ethics, London, Eng., C1

journal article

A study on the reporting intention of medical incidents: a nursing perspective

L-C Chen, L-H Wang, B Redley, Y-H Hsieh, T-L Chu, C-Y Han

(2018), Vol. 27, pp. 560-578, Clinical nursing research, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Mixed methods evaluation of a quality improvement and audit tool for nurse-to-nurse bedside clinical handover in ward settings

Bernice Redley, Rachael Waugh

(2018), Vol. 40, pp. 80-89, Applied nursing research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

STOPDVTs: Development and testing of a clinical assessment tool to guide nursing assessment of postoperative patients for Deep Vein Thrombosis

Alanna O'Brien, Bernice Redley, Beverley Wood, Mari Botti, Anastasia Hutchinson

(2018), Vol. 27, pp. 1803-1811, Journal of clinical nursing, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Where are falls prevention resources allocated by hospitals and what do they cost? A cross sectional survey using semi-structured interviews of key informants at six Australian health services

Deb Mitchell, Melissa Raymond, Joanna Jellett, Melinda Webb-St Mart, Lee Boyd, Mari Botti, Kate Steen, Alison Hutchinson, Bernice Redley, Terry Haines

(2018), Vol. 86, pp. 52-59, International journal of nursing studies, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

The impact of shift work and organisational climate on nurse health: a cross-sectional study

Tessa Dehring, Kathryn von Treuer, Bernice Redley

(2018), Vol. 18, pp. 1-6, BMC health services research, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2017

Family needs of critically ill patients in the emergency department

P-R Hsiao, B Redley, Y-C Hsiao, C-C Lin, C-Y Han, H-R Lin

(2017), Vol. 30, pp. 3-8, International emergency nursing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Use of standard risk screening and assessment forms to prevent harm to older people in Australian hospitals: a mixed methods study

Bernice Redley, Michelle Raggatt

(2017), Vol. 26, pp. 704-713, BMJ quality and safety, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Exploring nurses' reactions to electronic nursing documentation at the point of care

L Nguyen, N Wickramasinghe, B Redley, P Haddad, I Muhammad, M Botti

(2017), Vol. 30, pp. 809-831, Information Technology & People, Bingley, Eng., C1

journal article

The need to know: the information needs of parents of infants with an intellectual disability-a qualitative study

T Douglas, B Redley, G Ottmann

(2017), Vol. 73, pp. 2600-2608, Journal of advanced nursing, London, Eng., C1

journal article

An observational study of patient care outcomes sensitive to handover quality in the post-anaesthetic care unit

N Lillibridge, M Botti, B Wood, B Redley

(2017), Vol. 26, pp. 4786-4794, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Interprofessional communication supporting clinical handover in emergency departments: an observation study

B Redley, M Botti, B Wood, T Bucknall

(2017), Vol. 20, pp. 122-130, Australasian emergency nursing journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Clinicians' perceptions and recognition of practice improvement strategies to prevent harms to older people in acute care hospitals

M McGrath, M Botti, B Redley

(2017), Vol. 26, pp. 4936-4944, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Health assistant in nursing: a Victorian health service pilot

S Davies, C Keenan, B Redley

(2017), Vol. 12, pp. 17-24, Asia Pacific journal of health management, North Ryde, N.S.W., C1

journal article
2016

The acceptance of nursing information systems: an analysis using UTAUT

L Nguyen, P Haddad, H Moghimi, I Muhammad, K Coleman, B Redley, M Botti, N Wickramasinghe

(2016), pp. 347-365, Contemporary consumer health informatics, Berlin, Germany, B1

book chapter

Investigating acceptance of nursing information systems through UTAUT lens

L Nguyen, N Wickramasinghe, M Botti, B Redley, P Haddad, I Muhammad

(2016), pp. 349-368, Handbook of research on healthcare administration and management, Hershey, Pa., B1

book chapter

Nursing Roles and Strategies in End-of-Life Decision Making Concerning Elderly Immigrants Admitted to Acute Care Hospitals: An Australian Study

M Johnstone, A Hutchinson, B Redley, H Rawson

(2016), Vol. 27, pp. 471-479, Journal of Transcultural Nursing, C1

journal article

Nursing handover from ICU to cardiac ward: standardised tools to reduce safety risks

S Graan, M Botti, B Wood, B Redley

(2016), Vol. 29, pp. 165-171, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Assuaging death anxiety in older overseas-born Australians of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds hospitalised for end-of-life care

M-J Johnstone, A Hutchinson, H Rawson, B Redley

(2016), Vol. 52, pp. 269-285, Contemporary nurse, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article

The first year: the support needs of parents caring for a child with an intellectual disability

T Douglas, B Redley, G Ottmann

(2016), Vol. 72, pp. 2738-2749, Journal of advanced nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Inter-professional clinical handover in post-anaesthetic care units: tools to improve quality and safety

B Redley, T Bucknall, S Evans, M Botti

(2016), Vol. 28, pp. 573-579, International journal for quality in health care, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal article

Patient participation in postoperative care activities in patients undergoing total knee replacement surgery: multimedia intervention for managing patient experience (MIME). Study protocol for a cluster randomised crossover trial

J McDonall, R de Steiger, J Reynolds, B Redley, P Livingston, M Botti

(2016), Vol. 17, pp. 1-10, BMC musculoskeletal disorders, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Nursing strategies for engaging families of older immigrants hospitalized for end-of-life care: an Australian study

M Johnstone, A Hutchinson, H Rawson, B Redley

(2016), Vol. 3, pp. 57-63, Journal of patient experience, London, Eng., C1-1

journal article
2015

Transition from paper to electronic nursing documentation in residential aged care: an actor network theory analysis

L Nguyen, L Bakewell, N Wickramasinghe, P Haddad, I Muhammad, H Moghimi, D Wilde, B Redley, J Considine, M Botti

(2015), Vol. 9, pp. 1-12, Electronic journal of health informatics, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal article

Cross-cultural examination of the structure of the Revised American Pain Society Patient Outcome Questionnaire (APS-POQ-R)

M Botti, D Khaw, E Jrgensen, B Rasmussen, S Hunter, B Redley

(2015), Vol. 16, pp. 727-740, Journal of pain, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Interprofessional interactions influence nurses' adoption of handover improvement

K Coleman, B Redley, B Wood, T Bucknall, M Botti

(2015), Vol. 28, pp. 10-14, ACORN journal : official journal of the Australian Confederation of Operating Room Nurses, O'Halloran Hill, S.Aust., C1

journal article

Exploring nurses' reactions to a novel technology to support acute health care delivery

B Kent, B Redley, N Wickramasinghe, L Nguyen, N Taylor, H Moghimi, M Botti

(2015), Vol. 24, pp. 2340-2351, Journal of clinical nursing, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Optimizing safety, fidelity and usability of an Intelligent Clinical Support Tool (ICST) for acute hospital care: an Australian case study using a multi-method Delphi Process

M Botti, B Redley, L Nguyen, K Coleman, N Wickramasinghe

(2015), Vol. 216, pp. 912-912, Studies in health technology and informatics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2014

Using technology solutions to streamline healthcare processes for nursing: the case of an intelligent operational planning support tool (IOPST) solution

N Wickramasinghe, B Kent, F Moghimi, M Stien, L Nguyen, B Redley, N Taylor, M Botti

(2014), pp. 405-430, Lean thinking for healthcare, New York, N.Y., B1

book chapter

Development of a management algorithm for post-operative pain (MAPP) after total knee and total hip replacement: study rationale and design

M Botti, B Kent, T Bucknall, M Duke, M Johnstone, J Considine, B Redley, S Hunter, R de Steiger, M Holcombe, E Cohen

(2014), Vol. 9, pp. 1-11, Implementation science, London, England, C1

journal article

Integrated leadership capability; building a model for today and tomorrow

C Keenan, J Galloway, L Bickerstaff, F McAlinden, B Workman, B Redley

(2014), Vol. 9, pp. 19-23, Asia Pacific journal of health management, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal article
2013

Reported medication errors after introducing an electronic medication management system

B Redley, M Botti

(2013), Vol. 22, pp. 579-589, Journal of Clinical Nursing, C1

journal article

Using ANT to Uncover the Full Potential of an Intelligent Operational Planning and Support Tool (IOPST) for Acute Healthcare Contexts

Imran Muhammad, Fatemeh Moghimi, Nyree Taylor, Bernice Redley, Lemai Nguyen, Malte Stein, Bridie Kent, Mari Botti, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

(2013), Vol. 5, pp. 29-49, International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation, C1

journal article
2009

Care of family with critically ill patients in emergency departments : evidence based guide for clinical practice

B Redley, M Botti, M Duke

(2009), Saarbru?cken, Germany, A1-1

book

Examining communication and team performance during clinical handover in a complex environment: the private sector post-anaesthetic care unit.

M Botti, T Bucknall, P Cameron, M Johnstone, B Redley, S Evans, S Jeffcott

(2009), Vol. 190, The Medical journal of Australia, C1

journal article
2004

Revising the Critical Care Family Needs Inventory for the Emergency Department

B Redley, C Beanland

(2004), Vol. 45, pp. 95-104, Journal of Advanced Nursing, C1-1

journal article

Family member presence during resuscitation in the emergency department: An Australian perspective

B Redley, M Botti, M Duke

(2004), Vol. 16, pp. 295-308, EMA - Emergency Medicine Australasia, C1

journal article
2003

Accompanying critically ill relatives in emergency departments

B Redley, C Beanland, M Botti

(2003), Vol. 44, pp. 88-98, Journal of Advanced Nursing, C1

journal article

Families' needs in emergency departments: Instrument development

B Redley, S LeVasseur, G Peters, E Bethune

(2003), Vol. 43, pp. 606-615, Journal of Advanced Nursing, C1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Translation of evidence into pain management practices in acute care environments.

Prof Mari Botti, Prof Bridie Kent, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Megan-Jane Johnstone, Prof Maxine Duke, Prof Julie Considine, Ms Rosemary Watts, A/Prof Bernice Redley, Mr Richard de Steiger

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 1

  • 2011: $103,683
  • 2010: $40,830

Implementing best evidence for nurse led strategies prevent harms common to older people in acute hospitals

A/Prof Bernice Redley

NHMRC Translating Research into Practice

  • 2020: $46,296
  • 2019: $91,591

Other Public Sector Funding

Inter-professional communication and team climate in complex clinical handover situations: issues for patient safety in the private sector.

Prof Mari Botti, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Megan-Jane Johnstone, Prof Peter Cameron, A/Prof Bernice Redley, Dr Sue Evans, Dr Shelley Jeffcott

  • 2010: $5,975
  • 2009: $45,335
  • 2008: $181,336

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

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

  • 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

Older Persons Care Model Review - Southern Health

A/Prof Bernice Redley

  • 2011: $25,000

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

  • 2013: $39,573

Risk screening and assessment tools for older people in hospital

A/Prof Bernice Redley

  • 2014: $30,000

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

  • 2017: $20,025
  • 2016: $177,000

Super Pharmacies Initiative - Tender Evaluation Nursing services

A/Prof Bernice Redley

  • 2016: $20,000

Industry and Other Funding

Translation of evidence into pain management practices in acute care environments.

Prof Mari Botti, Prof Bridie Kent, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Megan-Jane Johnstone, Prof Maxine Duke, Prof Julie Considine, Ms Rosemary Watts, A/Prof Bernice Redley, Mr Richard de Steiger

  • 2011: $15,000
  • 2010: $35,000

Evaluation of Technology within Simulated and Real-life Nursing Settings

Prof Mari Botti, Prof Bridie Kent, A/Prof Bernice Redley, A/Prof Lemai Nguyen

  • 2014: $51,464
  • 2013: $150,000
  • 2012: $80,000

Design Matters for Hospital Team based Patient Care in Emergency Departments (Hospital Workplace Design for Teamwork)

A/Prof Bernice Redley

  • 2016: $23,245

UC Evaluation of SmartCare

A/Prof Bernice Redley

  • 2019: $16,080

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

  • 2020: $9,773
  • 2019: $39,092

PSRAC Dementia Mapping Project

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

  • 2019: $49,714
  • 2018: $50,000

Supervisions

Associate Supervisor
2018

Elizabeth Oldland

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

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

2017

Joanne McDonall

Thesis entitled: Patient Participation in Postoperative Care Activities: Improving the patient experience

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