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Prof Bodil Rasmussen

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Chair In Nursing (Western Health)

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Nursing & Midwifery

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

Research interests

Professor Rasmussen primary research focuses to improve the quality of care and self-management in people with diabetes and complex conditions. She has published extensively in the field with the specific focus on how individuals manage life transitions and understanding the psychological and social contexts in health care. Her research program has two arms of programs. One program focusses on empowering people to self-managing their condition by using technologies. The second program focusses on implementation of research evidence into practice using different approaches to increase the uptake of research by clinicians to improve patient outcomes. Professor Rasmussen is recognised as an expert in diabetes. She is an international leader in diabetes nursing research and education within professional leadership roles. She works in partnership with teams from Scandinavian Universities and leads numerous e-Health teams to improve health services for people with chronic and complex conditions.

Affiliations

Dr Rasmussen is active participating member in following organisations:

Australian Diabetes Educators Association
Australian Diabetes Society
Diabetes Victoria
The Australasian Diabetes in Pregnancy Society
Fellow, College of Nursing, Australia
Psychosocial Aspects of Diabetes Study Group (Europe)
The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes

Membership of Boards and Committees at Deakin University:

Faculty Academic Progress and Discipline Committee (FAPDC)
Teaching and Learning Committee, The School of Nursing and Midwifery
School Research and Research Training Committee (SRRT)
Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Strategic Research Centre (QSP)
Course Advisory Sub-Committee, Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education
Course Advisory Sub-Committee, Master of Nursing Practice
Course Advisory Sub-Committee, Nurse Practitioner.

Teaching interests

HNN772 Nursing and Midwifery in Low Resource Complex Environments

HNN773 Nursing and Midwifery Management of Vulnerable Groups in Low Resource Complex Environments

Profesor Rasmussen teaches in numerous units across undergraduate and postgraduate courses with the focus on psychosocial aspects of living with chronic conditions, in particular in the perspective of life transitions and self-management.

Knowledge areas

Diabetes edcuation and educational outcomes, psyhosocial aspects of living with diabetes and other chronic conditions, life transitions and coping with life changes.

Conferences

Recent Invited to Speaker:

2017 - Second Qatar International Endocrinology Conference. Keynote address: Diabetes Education; Why It’s so Crucial to Care. Workshop presentation: Barriers and Strategies for Counselling the Adolescent with Diabetes Facilitation of workshop: Diabetes Education Review of 6 Posters, 30 November to 3 December.

2017 - Malaysian Diabetes Educators Society Conference. Keynote address: The Role of Diabetes Education in the Management of Diabetes, workshop and oral presentation: Psychological and Motivational Aspects of Diabetes Education, 7-9 April.

2016 - Australian Disease Management Association (ADMA), Keynote address: ‘The guided self-determination program: an online self-management intervention for young adults with diabetes’, 12th Annual National Conference, Person Centred Healthcare: Achievements & Challenges, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 20-21 October

Research groups

Strategic Research Centre: Quality and Patient Safety (QPS)

ScanTRICC: TRanslational Interventions to assist people in living well with Chronic Conditions, a Scandinavian initiative.

Awards

Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning, Office of Learning and Teaching, Australian Government, 2013.

Deakin University Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching, 2012.

Awarded Overseas Placement (OSP) for first trimester 2012.

Deakin University Commendation for Excellence in Teaching Award, December 2011.

Deakin University Commendation for Excellence in Teaching Award, December 2009.

Deakin University Commendation for Excellence in Teaching Award, December 2008

Projects

Collaborative International Research projects

Research Project established between Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Strategic Research Centre, Deakin University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Copenhagen University and Diabetes Victoria,  ‘An innovative online self-management intervention for Victorian young adults with type 1 diabetes: Guided Self-Determination Program’ (established November 2014).

Research Project established between Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Strategic Research Centre (QSP), Deakin University, Eastern Health, Melbourne and Barwon Health, Geelong Centre, Clinical Nursing Research, VIA Viborg, Denmark and Department of Public Health, Faculty of Health, Aarhus University, Denmark. A/Prof B. Rasmussen, A/Prof Trish Livingstone, Prof Trisha Dunning, A/Prof Vibeke Lorentzen and A/Prof Helle Terkildsen ‘Self-management needs among younger people with type 2 diabetes: An Australian and Danish Cohort Comparison’, (established June 2012).

Research Project established between Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Strategic Research Centre, Deakin University, School of Nursing, VIA Holstebro, A/Prof Bodil Rasmussen, A/Prof Trish Livingston, Dr Jette Henriksen and Mrs Anette Meldgaard. ‘The transitional experience and health care needs of newly diagnosed breast cancer in a regional hospital in Denmark’ (established November 2012).

Research project established between Epworth Health-Deakin University, Centre for Clinical Nursing Research , Australia and Holstebro Hospital, Region Midt, Denmark Botti, M, Rasmussen, B., Brandt-Jørgensen, E. ‘The Pain Experience and Pain Treatment of Patients after Surgery’,  (established in August, 2010).

 

Publications

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2022

Nurses' and midwives' experiences of the first phase of the implementation of an electronic medical records system

K Wynter, S Holton, L Nguyen, H Sinnott, N Wickramasinghe, S Crowe, B Rasmussen

(2022), Vol. 46, pp. 188-196, Australian Health Review, Australia, C1

journal article

An evaluation of interventions to improve outcomes for hospitalized patients in isolation: A systematic review

S Kramer, O Omonaiye, R Digby, D Berry, J Considine, T Dunning, A Hutchinson, A Hutchinson, E Manias, B Rasmussen, T Bucknall

(2022), Vol. 50, pp. 193-202, American Journal of Infection Control, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Needs of young adults with type 1 diabetes during life transitions - An Australian-Danish experience

A Ng, M Pedersen, B Rasmussen, M Rothmann

(2022), Vol. 105, pp. 1338-1341, Patient Education and Counseling, Ireland, C1

journal article

The impact of covid-19 on psychosocial well-being and learning for australian nursing and midwifery undergraduate students: a cross-sectional survey

Bodil Rasmussen, alison Hutchinson, grainne Lowe, karen Wynter, bernice Redley, Sara Holton, elizabeth Manias, nikki Phillips, Jo Mcdonall, lauren McTier, debra Kerr

(2022), Vol. 58, pp. 1-9, Nurse Education in Practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Diabetes Capabilities for the Healthcare Workforce Identified via a 3-Staged Modified Delphi Technique

G Murfet, J Ostaszkiewicz, B Rasmussen

(2022), Vol. 19, pp. 1-19, International journal of environmental research and public health, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Nurse leader agency: Creating an environment conducive to support for graduate nurses

A Sahay, E Willis, D Kerr, B Rasmussen

(2022), Vol. 30, pp. 643-650, Journal of Nursing Management, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Patient preferences using telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic in four Victorian tertiary hospital services

B Rasmussen, R Perry, M Hickey, X Hua, Z Wong, L Guy, D Hitch, H Hiscock, K Dalziel, N Winter, A Maier

(2022), Vol. 52, pp. 763-769, Internal Medicine Journal, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Hospital clinicians' psychosocial well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic: Longitudinal study

K Wynter, S Holton, M Trueman, S Bruce, S Sweeney, S Crowe, A Dabscheck, P Eleftheriou, S Booth, D Hitch, C Said, K Haines, B Rasmussen

(2022), Vol. 72, pp. 215-224, Occupational Medicine, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal article

Low Carbohydrate Diets for Diabetic Cardiomyopathy: A Hypothesis

S Kleissl-Muir, B Rasmussen, A Owen, C Zinn, A Driscoll

(2022), Vol. 9, pp. 1-12, Frontiers in Nutrition, Lausanne, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Health service COVID-19 wellbeing and support initiatives: a mixed-methods evaluation

S Holton, A Wright, K Wynter, L Hall, J Wintle, E Lambis, L Cooke, C McNally, M Pavlovski, S Bruce, B Rasmussen

(2022), OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD, C1

journal article

Enhancing the capacity of the health workforce to deliver best practice diabetes care

G Murfet, A Ng, V Hagger, S Davidson, G Ward, B Fenton, B Rasmussen

(2022), Vol. 46, pp. 496-500, Australian Health Review, C1

journal article

Nurse, midwife and patient perspectives and experiences of diabetes management in an acute inpatient setting: a mixed-methods study

S Holton, B Rasmussen, J Turner, C Steele, D Ariarajah, S Hamblin, S Crowe, S Schutte, K Wynter, I Hussain

(2022), Vol. 21, BMC Nursing, C1

journal article

Worsening general health and psychosocial wellbeing of Australian hospital allied health practitioners during the COVID-19 pandemic

D Hitch, S Booth, K Wynter, C Said, K Haines, B Rasmussen, S Holton

(2022), Australian Health Review, C1

journal article
2021

Clinical cues used by nurses to recognize changes in patients' clinical states: A systematic review

G Burdeu, G Lowe, B Rasmussen, J Considine

(2021), Vol. 23, pp. 9-28, Nursing and Health Sciences, Australia, C1

journal article

Psychological well-being of Australian hospital clinical staff during the COVID-19 pandemic

S Holton, K Wynter, M Trueman, S Bruce, S Sweeney, S Crowe, A Dabscheck, P Eleftheriou, S Booth, D Hitch, C Said, K Haines, B Rasmussen

(2021), Vol. 45, pp. 297-305, Australian Health Review, Australia, C1

journal article

Self-determination theory interventions versus usual care in people with diabetes: a protocol for a systematic review with meta-analysis and trial sequential analysis

A Mathiesen, M Rothmann, V Zoffmann, J Jakobsen, C Gluud, J Lindschou, M Due-Christensen, B Rasmussen, E Marqvorsen, T Thomsen

(2021), Vol. 10, Systematic Reviews, England, C1

journal article

Impact of emergency department length of stay on anxiety and comfort in older people

J Considine, D Berry, B Rasmussen, A Hutchinson, H Rawson, P Jordan, M Street

(2021), Vol. 56, International Emergency Nursing, England, C1

journal article

Barriers and enablers to providing preventative and early intervention diabetes-related foot care: A qualitative study of primary care healthcare professionals' perceptions

L Mullan, K Wynter, A Driscoll, B Rasmussen

(2021), Vol. 27, pp. 319-327, Australian Journal of Primary Health, Australia, C1

journal article

Midwives' experiences of father participation in maternity care at a large metropolitan health service in Australia

K Wynter, L Di Manno, V Watkins, B Rasmussen, J Macdonald

(2021), Vol. 101, Midwifery, Scotland, C1

journal article

Development of a website for breastfeeding women with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

Bodil Rasmussen, Karen Wynter, Alison Nankervis, Catherine Mcnamara, Margaret McCormick, Cheryle Steele, Mary Carolan-Olah, Sara Holton

(2021), Vol. 24, pp. 1-7, Australian Diabetes Educator, Chifley, ACT., C1

journal article

Self-management of diabetes and associated comorbidities in rural and remote communities: A scoping review

B Rasmussen, K Wynter, H Rawson, H Skouteris, N Ivory, S Brumby

(2021), Vol. 27, pp. 243-254, Australian Journal of Primary Health, Australia, C1

journal article

Implementation strategies to overcome barriers to diabetes-related footcare delivery in primary care: A qualitative study

L Mullan, K Wynter, A Driscoll, B Rasmussen

(2021), Vol. 27, pp. 328-337, Australian Journal of Primary Health, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal article

Immediate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the work and personal lives of Australian hospital clinical staff

S Holton, K Wynter, M Trueman, S Bruce, S Sweeney, S Crowe, A Dabscheck, P Eleftheriou, S Booth, D Hitch, C Said, K Haines, B Rasmussen

(2021), Vol. 45, pp. 656-666, Australian Health Review, Australia, C1

journal article

Australian and Danish nurses' and midwives' wellbeing during COVID-19: a comparison study

Sara Holton, Karen Wynter, Mette Rothmann, Mette Skjoeth, Julie Considine, Maryann Street, Ana Hutchinson, Damien Khaw, Alison Hutchinson, Cherene Ockerby, Shane Crowe, Melody Trueman, Susan Sweeney, Suellen Bruce, Bodil Rasmussen

(2021), pp. 1-7, Collegian, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Australian hospital-based nursing and midwifery educators

Karen Wynter, Sara Holton, Julie Considine, Alison Hutchinson, Rebecca Munt, Ruth Williams, Jessica Balson, Val Dibella, Elisa McDonald, Melody Trueman, Shane Crowe, Sandy Schutte, Bodil Rasmussen

(2021), pp. 1-34, Collegian, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Proactive rounding: Perspectives and experiences of nurses and midwives working in a large metropolitan hospital

G Blackburn, B Rasmussen, K Wynter, S Holton

(2021), pp. 1-4, Australian Critical Care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Depression, anxiety and stress among Australian nursing and midwifery undergraduate students during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study

K Wynter, B Redley, S Holton, E Manias, J McDonall, L McTier, A Hutchinson, D Kerr, G Lowe, N Phillips, B Rasmussen

(2021), Vol. 18, pp. 1-11, International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article
2020

Factors associated with breastfeeding to 3 months postpartum among women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus: an exploratory study

B Rasmussen, A Nankervis, H Skouteris, C McNamara, C Nagle, C Steele, L Bruce, S Holton, K Wynter

(2020), Vol. 33, pp. e274-e279, Women and birth, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Analgesic Outcomes in a Danish Acute Care Hospital Following Electronic Prescribing and Analgesic Self-Administration

M Botti, B Rasmussen, D Khaw, I Kristensen, E Esmarch, A Hutchinson

(2020), Vol. 21, pp. 345-353, Pain Management Nursing, United States, C1

journal article

Preventative and early intervention diabetes-related footcare practices in primary care

Leanne Mullan, Karen Wynter, Andrea Driscoll, Bodil Rasmussen

(2020), Vol. 26, pp. 161-172, Australian journal of primary health, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal article

Teach-back: A systematic review of implementation and impacts

J Talevski, A Shee, B Rasmussen, G Kemp, A Beauchamp

(2020), Vol. 15, PLoS ONE, United States, C1

journal article

A unified call to action from Australian nursing and midwifery leaders: ensuring that Black lives matter

L Geia, K Baird, K Bail, L Barclay, J Bennett, O Best, M Birks, L Blackley, R Blackman, A Bonner, R Bryant AO, C Buzzacott, S Campbell, C Catling, C Chamberlain, L Cox, W Cross, M Cruickshank, A Cummins, H Dahlen, J Daly, P Darbyshire, P Davidson, E Denney-Wilson, R De Souza, K Doyle, A Drummond, J Duff, C Duffield, T Dunning, L East, D Elliott, R Elmir, D Fergie OAM, C Ferguson, R Fernandez, D Flower AM, M Foureur, C Fowler, M Fry, E Gorman, J Grant, J Gray, E Halcomb, B Hart, D Hartz, M Hazelton, L Heaton, L Hickman, C Homer AO, C Hungerford, A Hutton, D Jackson AO, A Johnson, M Kelly, A Kitson, S Knight, T Levett-Jones, D Lindsay, R Lovett, L Luck, L Molloy, E Manias, J Mannix, A Marriott, M Martin, D Massey, A McCloughen, S McGough, L McGrath, J Mills, B Mitchell, J Mohamed, J Montayre, T Moroney, W Moyle, L Moxham, H Northam OAM, S Nowlan, A O'Brien, O Ogunsiji, C Paterson, K Pennington, K Peters, J Phillips, T Power, N Procter, L Ramjan, N Ramsay, B Rasmussen, J Rihari-Thomas, B Rind, M Robinson, M Roche, K Sainsbury, Y Salamonson, J Sherwood, L Shields, J Sim, I Skinner

(2020), Vol. 56, pp. 297-308, Contemporary nurse, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article

Prioritisation of diabetes-related footcare amongst primary care healthcare professionals

L Mullan, K Wynter, A Driscoll, B Rasmussen

(2020), Vol. 29, pp. 4653-4673, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

EatSmart, a web-based and mobile healthy eating intervention for disadvantaged people with type 2 diabetes: Protocol for a pilot mixed methods intervention study

N Karimi, D Crawford, R Opie, R Maddison, S O'Connell, P Hamblin, A Ng, C Steele, B Rasmussen, K Ball

(2020), Vol. 9, JMIR Research Protocols, Canada, C1

journal article
2019

Ascorbic acid supplementation improves postprandial glycaemic control and blood pressure in individuals with type 2 diabetes: Findings of a randomized cross-over trial

S Mason, B Rasmussen, L van Loon, J Salmon, G Wadley

(2019), Vol. 21, pp. 674-682, Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, England, C1

journal article

The transitional experience of women with newly diagnosed breast cancer

Ingrid Villadsen Kristensen, B Rasmussen, Patricia Livingston, Anette Meldgaard, Ida Zerlang, Michael Birkelund, Jette Henriksen

(2019), Vol. 9, pp. 23-31, Journal of nursing education and practice, Toronto, Ont., C1

journal article

Anaesthetic nurses' perceptions of learning during interprofessional simulation education

T Armour, R Ford, B Rasmussen

(2019), Vol. 35, pp. 5-9, Clinical simulation in nursing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Psychosocial wellbeing among new mothers with diabetes: Exploratory analysis of the postnatal wellbeing in transition questionnaire

B Rasmussen, A Nankervis, H Skouteris, C McNamara, C Nagle, C Steele, L Bruce, S Holton, K Wynter

(2019), Vol. 22, Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Netherlands, C1

journal article

Barriers and enablers to delivering preventative and early intervention footcare to people with diabetes: a scoping review of healthcare professionals' perceptions

Leanne Mullan, Andrea Driscoll, Karen Wynter, Bodil Rasmussen

(2019), Vol. 25, pp. 517-525, Australian journal of primary health, Clayton, Vic., C1

journal article

A mHealth Support Program for Australian Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes: A Mixed Methods Study

A Ng, T Crowe, K Ball, B Rasmussen

(2019), Vol. 5, Digital Health, United States, C1

journal article
2018

Older people with diabetes and life transitions

B Rasmussen

(2018), pp. 121-136, The art and science of personalising care with older people with diabetes, Cham, Switzerland, B1

book chapter

Moving knowledge into action for more effective practice, programmes and policy: Protocol for a research programme on integrated knowledge translation

I Graham, A Kothari, C McCutcheon, G Alvarez, D Banner, M Botti, T Bucknall, I Botting, J Considine, M Duke, S Dunn, T Dunning, A Gagliardi, H Gainforth, W Gifford, K Harlos, T Horsley, A Hutchinson, M Kastner, S Kreindler, L Li, M MacLeod, E Manias, J Mitchell, T Montini, S Pakhale, M Pearson, B Rasmussen, J Rycroft-Malone, N Salbach, J Salsberg, S Sibbald, K Sibley, D Stacey, H Van Spall, M Watson, A Williamson, D Wright, E Yeung, E Jenkins, S Bahrani, F Bell, L Boland, C Hamilton, J Jull, J Leese, G MacDonald, R McLean, K Mrklas, T Nguyen, K Plamondon, D Rolfe, K Salter, B Wood, I Ormel, M Zych, D Angus, B Beaupre, K Connell, J Edwards, S Fenton, M Gagnon, K Graham, M Harriman, M Hillmer, B Holmes, R Ives, I Jones, K Lee, A Mihalchuk, M McEvoy, W Nicklin, M O'Brien, P Odnokon, S Permack, S Rogalski, H Sabourin, Y Savoie, G Scarrow, R Sheldon, A Sprague, A Tang, C Ulrich, P Valentine, C Weise, G Wells, B Wright, J Brehaut, M Brouwers, C Godfrey, J Grimshaw, J Lavis, F Legare, D Moher, J Presseau, J Squires, S Straus, J Volmink, S Law, A Lyddiatt

(2018), Vol. 13, Implementation Science, England, C1

journal article

Exploring the workplace violence risk profile for remote area nurses and the impact of organisational culture and risk management strategy

J Wressell, B Rasmussen, A Driscoll

(2018), Vol. 25, pp. 601-606, Collegian, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Leveraging The IOT To Enable The Guided Self-Determination Method Emergent Research Forum (ERF)

Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Bodil Rasmussen, Freimut Bodendorf, Vibeke Zoffmann, Lars Kayser, Judy Currey

(2018), pp. 1-5, AMCIS 2018 : Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems 2018 Conference, New Orleans, LA, E1

conference
2017

Are nurses meeting the needs of men in primary care?

D Lovett, B Rasmussen, C Holden, P Livingston

(2017), Vol. 23, pp. 319-322, Australian Journal of Primary Health, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal article

Transitional needs of Australian young adults with type 1 diabetes: mixed methods study

Ashley Ng, Tim Crowe, Kylie Ball, B Rasmussen

(2017), Vol. 2, pp. 1-10, JMIR diabetes, Toronto, Ont., C1

journal article
2016

Psychosocial factors impacting on life transitions among young adults with type 2 diabetes: An Australian - Danish qualitative study

B Rasmussen, H Terkildsen Maindal, P Livingston, T Dunning, V Lorentzen

(2016), Vol. 30, pp. 320-329, Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, Sweden, C1

journal article

Translating person-centered care into practice: A comparative analysis of motivational interviewing, illness-integration support, and guided self-determination

V Zoffmann, Å Hörnsten, S Storbækken, M Graue, B Rasmussen, A Wahl, M Kirkevold

(2016), Vol. 99, pp. 400-407, Patient Education and Counseling, Ireland, C1

journal article
2015

Learning transitions-a descriptive study of nurses' experiences during advanced level nursing education

M Graue, B Rasmussen, A Iversen, P Dunning

(2015), Vol. 14, pp. 1-9, BMC Nursing, London, Eng., 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 Jørgensen, B Rasmussen, S Hunter, B Redley

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

journal article
2014

Breastfeeding practices in women with type 1 diabetes: A discussion of the psychosocial factors and policies in Sweden and Australia.

B Rasmussen, H Skouteris, M Berg, C Nagle, H Morris, A Nankervis, C Sparud-Lundin

(2014), pp. 1-5, Women and Birth, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2013

Transition to motherhood in type 1 diabetes : design of the pregnancy and postnatal well-being in transition questionnaires

B Rasmussen, T Dunning, C Hendrieckx, M Botti, J Speight

(2013), Vol. 13, pp. 1-11, BMC pregnancy and childbirth, London, England, C1

journal article

Primary prevention of gestational diabetes for women who are overweight and obese : a randomised controlled trial

C Nagle, H Skouteris, H Morris, A Nankervis, B Rasmussen, P Mayall, R Kennedy

(2013), Vol. 13, pp. 1-6, BMC pregnancy and childbirth, London, England, C1

journal article

Exploring staff diabetes medication knowledge and practices in regional residential care: triangulation study

S Wellard, B Rasmussen, S Savage, T Dunning

(2013), Vol. 22, pp. 1933-1940, Journal of clinical nursing, Oxford, England, C1

journal article

Psychosocial issues of women with type 1 diabetes transitioning to motherhood: a structured literature review

B Rasmussen, C Hendrieckx, B Clarke, M Botti, T Dunning, A Jenkins, J Speight

(2013), Vol. 13, pp. 1-10, BMC pregnancy and childbirth, London, England, C1

journal article
2012

The impact of the expanded nursing practice on professional identify in Denmark

K Piil, R Kolbaek, G Ottmann, B Rasmussen

(2012), Vol. 26, pp. 329-335, Clinical nurse specialist, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

journal article

Communication pathways in community aged care: an Australian study

J Allen, G Ottmann, R Brown, B Rasmussen

(2012), Vol. 8, pp. 226-235, International journal of older people nursing, Chichester, England, C1-1

journal article
2011

Young adults' management of Type 1 diabetes during life transitions

B Rasmussen, G Ward, A Jenkins, S King, T Dunning

(2011), Vol. 20, pp. 1981-1992, Journal of clinical nursing, Oxford, England, C1

journal article
2010

Transitions : experiences of women with type 1 diabetes : Turning points and transitions as experienced by young women with type 1 diabetes in Australia

B Rasmussen

(2010), Koln, Germany, A1

book

Nursing care of clients treated with atypical antipsychotics who have a risk of developing metabolic instability and/or type 2 diabetes

K Edward, B Rasmussen, I Munro

(2010), Vol. 24, pp. 46-53, Archives of psychiatric nursing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2009

The effect of tai chi on psychosocial well-being : a systematic review of randomized controlled trials

W Wang, A Zhang, B Rasmussen, L Lin, T Dunning, S Kang, B Park, S Lo

(2009), Vol. 2, pp. 171-181, Journal of acupuncture and meridian studies, Seoul, Korea, C1

journal article
2008

The mother-daughter guilt dynamic : effects of type 1 diabetes during life transitions

B Rasmussen, T Dunning, H Cox, B O`Connell

(2008), Vol. 17, pp. 380-389, Journal of clinical nursing, United Kingdom, C1

journal article
2007

Young women with diabetes: using internet communication to create stability during life transitions

B Rasmussen, T Dunning, B O`Connell

(2007), Vol. 16, pp. 17-24, Journal of clinical nursing, Oxford, England, C1

journal article

Young women with type 1 diabetes' management of turning points and transitions

B Rasmussen, B O`Connell, T Dunning, H Cox

(2007), Vol. 17, pp. 300-310, Qualitative health research, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1

journal article
2001

Consumer issues in navigating health care services for type I diabetes

B Rasmussen, S Wellard, A Nankervis

(2001), Vol. 10, pp. 628-634, Journal of clinical nursing, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal article
1992

En studie I sundhed

B Rasmussen

(1992), Vol. 92, pp. 30-33, Sygeplejersken, Copenhagen, Denmark, C1-1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

A novel approach for supporting healthy eating amongst disadvantaged individuals with T2 Diabetes

Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Rachelle Opie, A/Prof Peter Hamblin, Prof Ralph Maddison, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Ashley Ng

DART Grant - Research - Diabetes Australia - Victoria (Research Trust)

  • 2019: $58,806

Psychosocial wellbeing among new mothers with type 1 or type 2 diabetes: Refining and testing a novel screening tool derived from the Postnatal Wellbeing Transition Questionnaire

Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Karen Wynter, Prof Liliana Orellana, Dr Alison Nankervis, Dr Christel Hendrieckx, Mrs Cheryl Steele, Mrs Kim Henshaw, Mrs Cath Mcnamara

Diabetes Australia Research Program Grant

  • 2022: $68,616

Delivering enhanced healthcare at home for older people in rural Australia

Prof Anna Peeters, Prof Vincent Versace, Mr Craig Wilding, Prof Wendy Chapman, Prof Terry Haines, Dr Anna Wong Shee, A/Prof Joanne Porter, Prof Warren Payne, Dr Louise Greenstock, Prof Steven Allender, Dr Laura Alston, A/Prof Anna Borda, A/Prof Anna Ugalde, Dr Olivia King, Mrs Fiona Mitchell, Mrs Hannah Beks, Ms Sue Williams, Prof Adam Elshaug, Prof Martin Hensher, Dr Joannne Enticott, A/Prof Michele Callisaya, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, A/Prof Kevin Mc Namara

MRFF (DISER) Rapid Applied Research Translation

  • 2022: $1,223,738

Other Public Sector Funding

Western Health/Deakin Joint Nursing Appointment

Prof Maxine Duke, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Wei Wang

Western Health

  • 2022: $246,884
  • 2021: $207,815
  • 2020: $105,500
  • 2019: $200,017
  • 2018: $199,137
  • 2017: $167,580
  • 2016: $142,208
  • 2015: $172,520
  • 2014: $14,673

Evaluation of the Working Together Project

Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Sara Holton, Dr Karen Wynter, Mr Shane Crowe

Western Health

  • 2020: $15,000
  • 2019: $100,000

The uptake, benefits and impacts of virtual healthcare for non-hospitalised TAC clients and providers.

A/Prof Genevieve Pepin, Prof Elizabeth Manias, Dr Kate Anderson, Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Kelli Nicola-Richmond, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Prof Anna Peeters, A/Prof Martin Hensher

Transport Accident Commission

  • 2022: $104,958
  • 2021: $155,149

Supporting and improving health workforce wellbeing and sustainability at Western Health: a systemic framework approach to co-design effective, acceptable and evidence-informed solutions.

Dr Karen Wynter, Dr Sara Holton, Prof Bodil Rasmussen

Western Health

  • 2021: $75,020

Health workforce well-being research fellowship.

Prof Anna Peeters, Dr Fisaha Tesfay, Dr Kate Huggins, Dr Sara Holton, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Karen Wynter

Department of Health and Human Services - Victoria

  • 2022: $49,000

Industry and Other Funding

Novel strategies for managing life transitions for young adults with type 1 diabetes

Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Prof Trisha Dunning, A/Prof Glenn Ward, A/Prof Alicia Jenkins

Australian Diabetes Society Grant - Research

  • 2008: $27,222
  • 2007: $21,995

Self-management strategies used by women with Type 1 diabetes in their transition to motherhood

Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Prof Trisha Dunning, Prof Jane Speight, Prof Mari Botti

Novo Nordisk Grant - Research

  • 2011: $5,000

Physical, social, psychological and cultural factors influencing breastfeeding intention, initiation and duration among women living with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes (T1DM & T2DM) in Victoria.

Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Alison Nankervis, Prof Helen Skouteris, Mrs Cheryl Steele, Mrs Catharine McNamara, A/Prof Catherine Nagle

Nurses Board of VIC Grant - Ella Lowe Research Grants

  • 2017: $10,000
  • 2016: $40,000

Development, testing and evaluation of an online education resource for breastfeeding women with type 1 and type 2 diabetes

Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Mrs Cheryl Steele, Prof Mary Corolan-Olah, Dr Alison Nankervis, Prof Helen Skouteris, Mrs Margaret McCormick, Mrs Kim Henshaw, Dr Sara Holton, Mrs Catharine McNamara

Australian Diabetes Educators Association

  • 2020: $14,782
  • 2019: $45,000

Diabetes on campus: a tailored settings-based approach to supporting transition to university for young adults with diabetes.

Dr Virginia Hagger, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Amelia Lake, A/Prof Shane Hamblin

Australian Diabetes Educators Association

  • 2021: $14,987
  • 2020: $44,963

Evaluation of the expansion of telehealth through primary care in Australia.

Prof Anna Peeters, Prof Elizabeth Manias, A/Prof Kevin Mc Namara, Prof Vincent Versace, Dr Andrea Hernan, A/Prof Martin Hensher, Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Lan Gao, Prof Liliana Orellana, Prof Andrea Driscoll, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Prof Peter Vuillermin, Dr Kate Anderson

Western Alliance

  • 2021: $24,250
  • 2020: $24,250

Psychosocial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on community health service staff.

Dr Sara Holton, Dr Karen Wynter, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Prof Anna Peeters

The Victorian Healthcare Association Limited

  • 2022: $10,000
  • 2021: $52,950

Improving Diabetes Management in the Acute Inpatient Setting

Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Sara Holton, Dr Karen Wynter

Western Health - Nursing Board Vic Grant

  • 2021: $89,625

Pregnancy and childbearing for women with polycystic kidney disease: development and evaluation of a question prompt list.

Dr Sara Holton, Prof Bodil Rasmussen

PKD Australia Research Grants 2021 - 14601020179

  • 2022: $15,000

Western Victoria PHN Digital Health Strategy Community Consultation and Digital Health Literacy Support.

A/Prof Anna Ugalde, Dr Eva Yuen, Dr Paul Cooper, A/Prof Lemai Nguyen, A/Prof Sandeep Reddy, Prof Anna Peeters, Dr Kate Anderson, Dr Kate Huggins, Dr Feby Savira, Mr Imran Muhammad, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Natalie Winter

Western Victoria Primary Health Network Limited

  • 2022: $75,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2021

Leanne Mullan

Thesis entitled: Barriers and Enablers to Preventative and Early Intervention Diabetes-Related Footcare

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

2019

Ashlyn Sahay

Thesis entitled: The Impact of Nurse-to-Nurse Interactions on Patient Safety Outcomes: A Qualitative Study of Australian Graduate Nurses and Nurse Leaders

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

2018

Ashley Huixian Ng

Thesis entitled: Supporting Diabetes Management in Young Adults During Life Transitions Using mHealth

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

2015

Del Frances Lovett

Thesis entitled: Victorian nurses' and men's perceptions of the primary care nurse role

Master of Nursing, School of Nursing & Midwifery

Associate Supervisor
2021

Giuliana Murfet

Thesis entitled: A Consensus Approach to Building Diabetes Capabilities in the Healthcare Workforce

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

2019

Jianqiu Kou

Thesis entitled: Closed Loop Medication Administration Using Mobile Nursing Information System

Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health and Social Development

2014

Yen Yang

Thesis entitled: Self-care perspectives of Chinese immigrants with type 2 diabetes living in Victoria, Australia

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