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Prof Judy Currey

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Professor of Nursing

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Nursing & Midwifery

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2008
Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2004
Bachelor of Nursing, La Trobe University, 1999

Biography

Professor Judy Currey is a Professor of Nursing and an Executive of the Centre for Organisational Change in Person-centred Healthcare (OCPH) in the Faculty of Health. Professor Judy Currey is an internationally respected educator, researcher and critical care nurse whose expertise is applied in academia, health services and professional organisations. As a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Judy is particularly interested in governance as a driver of quality education and health services. For 25 years, Judy has volunteered on Australian boards (Chair, Eva Tilley Memorial Home; Chair, Research Advisory, Australian College of Critical Care Nurses and Australian Resucitation Council, Vic branches) and USA-based international boards in education (Team-Based Learning Collaborative including Chair, Research and Scholarship) and health (International Society of Heart-Lung Transplantation, including Chair, Research and Scholarship).

At Deakin, Judy’s governance service has included Academic Board (2016-2020), Chair, Campus Learning Spaces Committee (2018-2021), Faculty of Health Board (2017-2019), Course Strategy Group (2013-2015) and School of Nursing Advisory Board (2012-2017). During 2020-2022, as Education Lead of Deakin's Campus Reactivation Group (CRG), Judy provided strategic advice to the Vice Chancellor and Executive, and operational advice to academics and students regarding permitted and restricted teaching and learning activities. Judy was the Director of Active Learning in the Office of the DVC(E) (2016-2020), including Director CloudFirst (2019), and Director of Learning Spaces Transformation in 2021, returning full time to the Faculty of Health in 2022. Judy derives great satisfaction creating and leading high performing teams; and motivating and inspiring others to exceed their own expectations. 


Judy has a strong academic profile in educational scholarship and practice with an emphasis on active learning for student investment in learning, academic scholarly practice and satisfaction, and students' development of soft skills, psychological capital, mastery of learning and workforce preparedness. Judy pioneered Team-Based Learning (TBL) in Australian health education, leading academics to adopt scholarly practices, and scholarship in learning and teaching that has been recognised by prestigious competitive awards at the University, National and International level. With active learning, and TBL specifically, being adopted by numerous disciplines, Judy has enabled academic succession planning for future generations of diverse learners.


Judy leads a clinical investigative program of patient safety and quality research focused on improving the governance, systems and processes of Rapid Response Systems for recognising and responding to clinical deterioration. Judy’s research explores relationships between clinician attributes, risk management decisions, workforce factors, systems and processes of healthcare delivery, and patient outcomes. Judy is a foundation member of Deakin University’s Centre for Quality and Patient Safety Research and Institute of Health Transformation. In 2023, Judy was ranked second in the world in the fields of “rapid response systems and nursing” based on productivity (Title, abstract search: Scopus). Judy is committed to ensuring her research enhances clinicians’ skills and positively impacts patients’ lives through best practice implementation. Judy leads investigative and translational research in healthcare communication using Guided Self-Determination, and translation research in shared decision-making via healthcare communication skills training in Deakin’s OCPH to enhance patients’ lives and experiences of healthcare.

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Biography summary

Judy Currey is a Professor of Nursing and Executive of the Centre for Organisational Change in Person-centred Healthcare (OCPH) in the Faculty of Health. From 2016 to 2022, Judy held positions of Director of Learning Spaces Transformation, Director of Active Learning and Director of CloudFirst Projects in the Office of the DVC Education. Prior to this, Judy was the Director of Postgraduate Studies and Director of the Postgraduate Suite of Critical Care Courses for 10 years in the School of Nursing and Midwifery.

Judy is a foundation member of the Centre for Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) Research in the Institute of Health Transformation (IHT). Judy leads investigative quality and patient safety research through governance, system, process and decision-making lenses to improve patient experiences and outcomes related to clinical deterioration; and translational research enhancing shared decision making through healthcare communication skills training.

As the pioneer of Team-Based Learning in Australian healthcare education, Judy leads a program of research in teaching and learning focusing on active and collaborative learning, especially Team-Based Learning for its impact on student learning and healthcare workforce preparedness.

Judy is an Accredited Consultant-Trainer in Team-Based Learning (USA); a Principal Fellow of Advance HE (UK); and holds numerous university (including six Vice Chancellor Awards) and national awards for leadership, curricula design, active learning, learning space design and outstanding contributions to student learning. Judy is Board Chair of a stand-alone, large not-for-profit non-denominational community-based aged care home in Melbourne. Judy is an Editorial Board member of Australian Critical Care.

Research interests

Patient safety, particularly clinical deterioration of patients and rapid response teams

Educational design and teaching practice to develop a professional workforce skilled in clinical risk management

Nurses’ decision making to optimise recovery after critical illness

Teaching interests

Team-Based Learning

Active and collaborative learning

Assessment for learning

Student-centred learning

Academic professional development

Units taught

HNN108 Evidence-Based Practice

Awards

2021 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Campus Environments:Deakin Law School Building

2021 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to People and Culture: Campus Reactivation Group

2019  Vice-Chancellor’s Award Teaching Team of the Year:

Leading Sustained Active and Collaborative Learning and International Scholarship for Transformative Student Learning Experiences through Team-Based Learning

 

2011: ALTC Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning

Commitment to developing advanced critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork skills in students through teaching excellence in postgraduate critical care nursing courses

2010: WJC Banks Award for Distinguished Contributions to Teaching and Learning and Deakin University Teacher of the Year

2010: Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching 
2010: Deakin University Award for Teaching Excellence 
2010: Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences Innovation Award 

2008: Most Outstanding Course: Suite of Critical Care Courses, Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences, Deakin University

2008: Health Super/Deakin Excellence in Nursing Leadership in an Urban Health Care Environment 

2019: Best Nursing Free Paper, 44th World Congress on Intensive Care 

2019: Best Research Paper Award Team-Based Learning Collaborative, USA: 

2018: Best Research Paper Award, Team-Based Learning Collaborative, USA: 

2014: Kathleen AB Smith Prize for Best Nursing Publication, The Alfred 

2014: Philippa Moore College of Emergency Nursing Australasia Publication Prize 

2007: Best Nursing Poster 32nd Australian and New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive care 

2007: Best Nursing Research Paper Australian College of Critical Care Nurses’ Victorian Branch Annual Symposium 

2002: Best Nursing Research Paper Australian College of Critical Care Nurses’ Victorian Branch Annual Symposium 

Publications

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2024

Importance of specific vital signs in nurses' recognition and response to deteriorating patients: A scoping review

J Considine, P Casey, O Omonaiye, N van Gulik, J Allen, J Currey

(2024), pp. 1-18, Journal of Clinical Nursing (JCN), London, Eng., C1

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2023

Clinicians' use and perceptions of the pre-medical emergency team tier of one rapid response system: A mixed-methods study

S Sprogis, J Currey, D Jones, J Considine

(2023), Vol. 36, pp. 1050-1058, Australian Critical Care, C1

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Feasibility and acceptability of an online guided self-determination program to improve diabetes self-management in young adults

Bodil Rasmussen, Karen Wynter, Peter Hamblin, Christine Rodda, Cheryl Steele, Sara Holton, Vibeke Zoffmann, Judy Currey

(2023), Vol. 9, pp. 1-10, DIGITAL HEALTH, London, Eng., C1

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Exploring interdisciplinary communication pathways for escalating pre-medical emergency team deterioration: A mixed-methods study

S Sprogis, J Currey, D Jones, J Considine

(2023), Vol. 47, pp. 494-501, Australian Health Review, Australia, C1

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Nurses' perceptions of point‐of‐care ultrasound for haemodialysis access assessment and guided cannulation: A qualitative study

Monica Schoch, Paul Bennett, Judy Currey, Alison Hutchinson

(2023), Vol. 32, pp. 8116-8125, Journal of Clinical Nursing, London, Eng., C1

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2022

Critical care nurses' perceptions of essential elements for an intensive care liaison or critical care outreach nurse curriculum

J Currey, T McIntyre, C Taylor, J Allen, D Jones

(2022), Vol. 35, pp. 438-444, Australian Critical Care, Australia, C1

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Australian critical care nurses' knowledge, preparedness, and experiences of managing SARS-COV-2 and COVID-19 pandemic

S Nahidi, C Sotomayor-Castillo, C Li, J Currey, R Elliott, R Shaban

(2022), Vol. 35, pp. 22-27, Australian Critical Care, Australia, C1

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Characteristics and outcomes of patients receiving review requests for pre-medical emergency team deterioration: A cohort study

J Currey, M Macaulay, D Jones, J Considine

(2022), Vol. 46, pp. 1-7, Australian Health Review, Clayton, Vic., C1

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Point-of-care ultrasound-guided cannulation versus standard cannulation in hemodialysis vascular access: A controlled random order crossover pilot feasibility study

M Schoch, P Bennett, J Currey, V Smith, L Orellana, A Hutchinson

(2022), pp. 1-10, Journal of Vascular Access, London, Eng., C1

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Development and Validation of the Medical Emergency Team-Risk Prediction Model for Clinical Deterioration in Acute Hospital Patients, at Time of an Emergency Admission

J Allen, J Currey, D Jones, J Considine, L Orellana

(2022), Vol. 50, pp. 1588-1598, Critical Care Medicine, United States, C1

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2021

Team-based learning in nursing education: A scoping review

J Considine, D Berry, J Allen, N Hewitt, E Oldland, S Sprogis, J Currey

(2021), Vol. 30, pp. 903-917, Journal of Clinical Nursing, England, C1

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Evidence-practice gaps in initial neuro-protective nursing care: A mixed methods study of Thai patients with moderate or severe traumatic brain injury

K Promlek, J Currey, J Damkliang, J Considine

(2021), Vol. 27, International Journal of Nursing Practice, Australia, C1

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Evaluation of team-based learning to increase nurses' knowledge of the ventricular assist device

C Runyan, C Marshall, H Aronow, S Vongkavivathanakul, L Daniels, J Currey, B Coleman

(2021), Vol. 52, pp. 13-20, Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, Thorofore, N.J., C1

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Modifications to medical emergency team activation criteria and implications for patient safety: A point prevalence study

S Sprogis, M Street, J Currey, D Jones, E Newnham, J Considine

(2021), Vol. 34, pp. 580-586, Australian Critical Care, Australia, C1

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Understanding the pre-medical emergency team tier of a mature rapid response system: A content analysis of guidance documents

S Sprogis, J Currey, D Jones, J Considine

(2021), Vol. 34, pp. 427-434, Australian Critical Care, Australia, C1

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Use of the pre-medical emergency team tier of rapid response systems: A scoping Review

S Sprogis, J Currey, D Jones, J Considine

(2021), Vol. 65, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, Netherlands, C1

journal article

Specific Elements of Team-Based Learning Used in Nursing Education: A Scoping Review

J Considine, D Berry, J Allen, N Hewitt, E Oldland, S Sprogis, J Currey

(2021), Vol. 46, pp. E84-E89, Nurse Educator, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

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Assessment Framework for Recognizing Clinical Deterioration in Patients With ACS Undergoing PCI

Kevin White, Judy Currey, Julie Considine

(2021), Vol. 41, pp. 18-28, Critical Care Nurse, United States, C1

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2020

Clinical deterioration in patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction during and for 24 h after percutaneous coronary intervention: an observational study

D D'Rosario, J Currey, J Considine, J Cameron

(2020), Vol. 33, pp. 458-462, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Thai trauma nurses' knowledge of neuroprotective nursing care of traumatic brain injury patients: A survey study

K Promlek, J Currey, J Damkliang, J Considine

(2020), Vol. 22, pp. 787-794, Nursing and Health Sciences, Australia, C1

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Evaluation of prevention of ventilator-associated infections in four Australian intensive care units

Natasha Ciampoli, Stephane Bouchoucha, Judy Currey, Ana Hutchinson

(2020), Vol. 21, pp. 147-154, Journal of infection prevention, London, England, C1

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Emergency nurses' perceptions of their role in responding to escalations of care for clinical deterioration

V Leonard-Roberts, J Currey, J Considine

(2020), Vol. 23, pp. 233-239, Australasian Emergency Care, Australia, C1

journal article

Stakeholder acceptance of digital team-based learning

J Currey, S Sprogis, G Burdeu, I Story, J Considine, M O'Donnell, A Gentle, S Backhouse, E Oldland

(2020), Vol. 46, Nurse Education in Practice, Scotland, C1

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Point-of-care ultrasound use for vascular access assessment and cannulation in hemodialysis: A scoping review

M Schoch, P Bennett, J Currey, A Hutchinson

(2020), Vol. 33, pp. 355-368, Seminars in Dialysis, Chichester, Eng., C1

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Active Learning to Improve Student Learning Experiences in an Online Postgraduate Course

S Lamon, O Knowles, A Hendy, I Story, J Currey

(2020), Vol. 5, Frontiers in Education, C1

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2019

Nursing handover of vital signs at the transition of care from the emergency department to the inpatient ward: An integrative review

R Cross, J Considine, J Currey

(2019), Vol. 28, pp. 1010-1021, Journal of Clinical Nursing, England, C1

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Nurses' recognition and response to clinical deterioration in the cardiac catheterisation laboratory

Kevin White, Julie Considine, Judy Currey

(2019), Vol. 32, pp. 355-360, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Patient acceptability of wearable vital sign monitoring technologies in the acute care setting: a systematic review

Stephanie Sprogis, Judy Currey, Julie Considine

(2019), Vol. 28, pp. 2732-2744, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichestern, Eng., C1

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Associations between patient and system characteristics and MET review within 48 h of admission to a teaching hospital: a retrospective cohort study

Joshua Allen, Liliana Orellana, Daryl Jones, Julie Considine, Judy Currey

(2019), Vol. 66, pp. 62-68, European journal of internal medicine, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Specialty cardiac nurses' work satisfaction is influenced by the type of coronary care unit: A mixed methods study

Judy Currey, Stephanie Sprogis, Liliana Orellana, Anusha Chander, Sharon Meagher, Rhoda Kennedy, Andrea Driscoll

(2019), Vol. 18, BMC NURSING, England, C1

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Chunked lectures: a new model or conducting online lectures within information technology higher education

Nicholas Patterson, R Trujillo Rasua, M Hobbs, G Wood-Bradley, J Currey, E Lanham

(2019), pp. 20-30, EAISR 2019 : European Academic Institute for Scientific Research Conferences Proceedings, Berlin, Germany, E1

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2018

Critical care clinician perceptions of factors leading to Medical Emergency Team review

J Currey, J Allen, D Jones

(2018), Vol. 31, pp. 87-92, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Hospital in the Home nurses' recognition and response to clinical deterioration

E Gray, J Currey, J Considine

(2018), Vol. 27, pp. 2152-2160, Journal of Clinical Nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

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Clinician and manager perceptions of factors leading to ward patient clinical deterioration

J Allen, D Jones, J Currey

(2018), Vol. 31, pp. 369-375, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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A randomised controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of a radial arterial catheter dressing

C Healy, I Baldwin, J Currey, A Driscoll

(2018), Vol. 20, pp. 61-67, Critical Care and Resuscitation, Australia, C1

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What nurses involved in a Medical Emergency Teams consider the most vital areas of knowledge and skill when delivering care to the deteriorating ward patient. A nurse-oriented curriculum development project

Judy Currey, Debbie Massey, Josh Allen, Daryl Jones

(2018), Vol. 67, pp. 77-82, Nurse Education Today, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Systems for recognition and response to clinical deterioration in Victorian emergency departments

J Considine, K Rhodes, D Jones, J Currey

(2018), Vol. 21, pp. 3-7, Australasian Emergency Care, Australia, C1

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Senior emergency nurses' responses to escalations of care for clinical deterioration

V Leonard-Roberts, J Currey, J Considine

(2018), Vol. 21, pp. 69-74, Australasian Emergency Care, Australia, C1

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Students perceive Team-Based Learning facilitates development of graduate learning outcomes and professional skills

Judy Currey, S Sprogis, G Burdeu, Julie Considine, Josh Allen, Elizabeth Oldland

(2018), Vol. 9, pp. 93-113, Journal of teaching and learning for graduate employability, Burwood, Melbourne, C1

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Hospital in the home nurses' assessment decision making: an integrative review of the literature

E Gray, J Currey, J Considine

(2018), Vol. 54, pp. 603-616, Contemporary Nurse, United States, C1

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Point-of-care ultrasound-guided cannulation versus standard cannulation in haemodialysis vascular access: protocol for a controlled random order crossover pilot and feasibility study

M Schoch, J Currey, L Orellana, P Bennett, V Smith, A Hutchinson

(2018), Vol. 4, Pilot and feasibility studies, London, Eng., C1

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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

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2017

Patient physiological status during emergency care and rapid response team or cardiac arrest team activation during early hospital admission

J Considine, D Jones, D Pilcher, J Currey

(2017), Vol. 24, pp. 359-365, European Journal of Emergency Medicine, England, C1

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Emergency nurses' decisions regarding frequency and nature of vital sign assessment

K Lambe, J Currey, J Considine

(2017), Vol. 26, pp. 1949-1959, Journal of Clinical Nursing, England, C1

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Current practices related to family presence during acute deterioration in adult emergency department patients

M Youngson, J Currey, J Considine

(2017), Vol. 26, pp. 3624-3635, Journal of clinical nursing, Chichester, Eng., C1

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Physiological antecedents and ward clinician responses before medical emergency team activation

S Sprogis, J Currey, J Considine, I Baldwin, D Jones

(2017), Vol. 19, pp. 50-56, Critical care and resuscitation, Strawberry Hills, N.S.W., C1

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Nurses' perceptions of the impact of team-based learning participation on learning style, team behaviours and clinical performance: an exploration of written reflections

E Oldland, J Currey, J Considine, J Allen

(2017), Vol. 24, pp. 62-69, Nurse education in practice, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Nurses' Attitudes Toward the Single Checking of Medications

R Cross, P Bennett, C Ockerby, W Wang, J Currey

(2017), Vol. 14, pp. 274-281, Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, United States, C1

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2016

Nurses' documentation of physiological observations in three acute care settings

J Considine, C Trotter, J Currey

(2016), Vol. 25, pp. 134-143, Journal of Clinical Nursing, England, C1

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Patient physiological status at the emergency department-ward interface and emergency calls for clinical deterioration during early hospital admission

J Considine, D Jones, D Pilcher, J Currey

(2016), Vol. 72, pp. 1287-1300, Journal of Advanced Nursing, England, C1

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Family presence during management of acute deterioration: clinician attitudes, beliefs and perceptions of current practices

M Youngson, J Currey, J Considine

(2016), Vol. 19, pp. 159-165, Australasian emergency nursing journal, The Netherlands, Amsterdam, C1

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Nurse-led titration of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, β-adrenergic blocking agents, and angiotensin receptor blockers in patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction

A Driscoll, J Currey, A Tonkin

(2016), Vol. 1, pp. 842-843, JAMA Cardiology, United States, C1

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Frequency of vital sign assessment and clinical deterioration in an Australian emergency department

K Lambe, J Currey, J Considine

(2016), Vol. 19, pp. 217-222, Australasian emergency nursing journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Resource use, governance and case load of rapid response teams in Australia and New Zealand in 2014

D Jones, D Pilcher, R Boots, A Carter, A Turner, P Hicks, M Nicholls, J Currey, S Erickson, D Stephens, M Pinder, A Psirides, J Barrett, R Chalwin, R Bellomo, K Hillman, M Buist, J Parker, S Huckson

(2016), Vol. 18, pp. 275-282, Critical Care and Resuscitation, Australia, C1

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2015

Ensuring a proactive, evidence-based, patient safety approach to patient assessment

J Considine, J Currey

(2015), Vol. 24, pp. 300-307, Journal of clinical nursing, West Sussex, Eng., C1

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Evaluation of postgraduate critical care nursing students' attitudes to, and engagement with, Team-Based Learning: a descriptive study

J Currey, E Oldland, J Considine, D Glanville, I Story

(2015), Vol. 31, pp. 19-28, Intensive and critical care nursing, London, England, C1

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Development, reliability and validity of a tool, to measure emergency department clinicians' attitudes towards family presence (FP) during acute deterioration in adult patients.

M Youngson, J Considine, J Currey

(2015), Vol. 18, pp. 106-114, Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Adult cardiothoracic transplant nursing: an ISHLT consensus document on the current adult nursing practice in heart and lung transplantation.

B Coleman, N Blumenthal, J Currey, F Dobbels, A Velleca, K Grady, C Kugler, C Murks, L Ohler, C Sumbi, M Luu, J Dark, J Kobashigawa, C White-Williams

(2015), Vol. 34, pp. 139-148, Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, United States, C1

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Development of a postgraduate interventional cardiac nursing curriculum.

J Currey, K White, J Rolley, E Oldland, A Driscoll

(2015), Vol. 28, pp. 184-188, Australian Critical Care, London, Eng., C1

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Developing professional attributes in critical care nurses using Team-Based Learning.

J Currey, P Eustace, E Oldland, D Glanville, I Story

(2015), Vol. 15, pp. 232-238, Nurse Education in Practice, C1

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The effect of a staged, emergency department specific rapid response system on reporting of clinical deterioration

J Considine, J Rawet, J Currey

(2015), Vol. 18, pp. 218-226, Australasian emergency nursing journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Psychometric properties of a tool to measure nurses' attitudes to single checking medications: SCAMS-II

R Cross, P Bennett, C Ockerby, L Busija, J Currey

(2015), Vol. 12, pp. 337-347, Worldviews on evidence-based nursing, London, Eng., C1

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Physiological status during emergency department care: relationship with inhospital death after clinical deterioration

J Considine, D Jones, D Pilcher, J Currey

(2015), Vol. 17, pp. 257-262, Critical care and resuscitation, Prahran, Vic., C1

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Nurse-led titration of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors, beta-adrenergic blocking agents, and angiotensin receptor blockers for people with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction

A Driscoll, J Currey, Tonkin AM, Krum, H

(2015), Vol. 12, pp. 1-41, Cochrane database of systematic reviews, London, Eng., C1

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2014

New cardiac models of care reduce patient access to specialist nurses: a Victorian cross-sectional pilot study

A Driscoll, J Currey, J Allen, M George, P Davidson

(2014), Vol. 27, pp. 17-27, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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High complexity chronic heart failure management programmes: programme characteristics and 12 month patient outcomes

E Oldland, A Driscoll, J Currey

(2014), Vol. 21, pp. 319-326, Collegian, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Participant evaluation of team-based learning using one-off teams in a hospital setting

J Considine, J Currey, R Payne, S Williamson

(2014), Vol. 17, pp. 68-76, Australasian emergency nursing journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Learner perceptions and reflections after simulation-based advanced life support training

J Currey, J Considine, J Allen

(2014), Vol. 27, pp. 103-105, Australian critical care, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

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Characteristics and outcomes of patients requiring rapid response system activation within 24 hours of emergency admission

J Considine, D Charlesworth, J Currey

(2014), Vol. 16, pp. 184-189, Critical care and resuscitation, Melbourne, Vic., C1

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Idle central venous catheter-days pose infection risk for patients after discharge from intensive care

G Burdeu, J Currey, D Pilcher

(2014), Vol. 42, pp. 453-455, American journal of infection control, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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What Should Be Included in a Peer Physical Examination Policy and Procedure?

N Koehler, J Currey, C McMenamin

(2014), Vol. 24, pp. 379-385, Medical Science Educator, C1

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2013

Annual resuscitation competency assessments : a review of the evidence

J Allen, J Currey, J Considine

(2013), Vol. 26, pp. 12-17, Australian critical care, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

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Changes in health service delivery for cardiac patients : implications for workforce planning and patient outcomes

A Driscoll, J Currey, M George, P Davidson

(2013), Vol. 26, pp. 55-57, Australian critical care, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

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Expanding nurse initiated x-rays in emergency care using team-based learning and decision support

J Considine, R Payne, S Williamson, J Currey

(2013), Vol. 16, pp. 10-20, Australasian emergency nursing journal, London, England, C1

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Missed medical emergency team activations: tracking decisions and outcomes in practice

J Guinane, T Bucknall, J Currey, D Jones

(2013), Vol. 15, pp. 266-272, Critical care and resuscitation, Sydney, NSW, C1

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2012

Responding to medical emergencies : system characteristics under examination (RESCUE). A prospective multi-site point prevalence study

T Bucknall, D Jones, R Bellomo, M Staples, J Barrett, M Botti, J Considine, J Currey, T Dunning, D Green, M Levinson, P Livingston, B O'Connell, R Ruseckaite

(2012), Vol. 84, pp. 179-183, Resuscitation, Shannon, Ireland, C1

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Nurse-led titration of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors, beta-adrenergic blocking agents and angiotensin receptor blockers for patients with left ventricular systolic dysfunction

A Driscoll, J Currey, A Tonkin, H Krum

(2012), pp. 1-9, Cochrane database of systematic reviews, Oxford, England, C1-1

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2011

Multidisciplinary team developed and implemented protocols to assist mechanical ventilation weaning : a systematic review of literature

V White, J Currey, M Botti

(2011), Vol. 8, pp. 51-59, Worldviews on evidence-based nursing, [Oxford, England], C1

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Point prevalence of patients fulfilling MET criteria in ten MET equipped hospitals : The methodology of the RESCUE study

T Bucknall, D Jones, J Barrett, R Bellomo, M Botti, J Considine, J Currey, T Dunning, D Green, M Levinson, P Livingston, B O'Connell, R Ruseckaite, M Staples

(2011), Vol. 82, pp. 529-534, Resuscitation, Ireland, C1

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Clinical nurse research consultant : a clinical and academic role to advance practice and the discipline of nursing

J Currey, J Considine, D Khaw

(2011), Vol. 67, pp. 2275-2283, Journal of Advanced Nursing, Oxford, England, C1

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Multifactorial influences on and deviations from medication administration safety and quality in the acute medical/surgical context

A Popescu, J Currey, M Botti

(2011), Vol. 8, pp. 15-24, Worldviews on evidence-based nursing, Hoboken, N. J., C1

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2010

Implementation of a management guideline aimed at minimizing the severity of primary graft dysfunction after lung transplant

J Currey, D Pilcher, A Davies, C Scheinkestel, M Botti, M Bailey, G Snell

(2010), Vol. 139, pp. 154-161, Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery, St. Louis, Mo., C1

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2009

Assessing advanced life support (ALS) competence: Victorian practices

J Preston, J Currey, G Eastwood

(2009), Vol. 22, pp. 164-171, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Tracheostomy decannulation failure rate following critical illness : a prospective descriptive study

K Choate, J Barbetti, J Currey

(2009), Vol. 22, pp. 8-15, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2008

Discrimination of educational outcomes between differing levels of critical care programmes by selected

L Aitken, J Currey, A Marshall, D Elliott

(2008), Vol. 24, pp. 68-77, Intensive and critical care nursing, Oxford, England, C1

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Ethical dilemmas of a large national multi-centre study in Australia

A Driscoll, J Currey, L Worrall-Carter, S Stewart

(2008), Vol. 17, pp. 2212-2220, Journal of clinical nursing, Oxford, England, C1

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2007

Key stakeholders' expectations of educational outcomes from Australian critical care nursing courses: a Delphi study

A Marshall, J Currey, L Aitken, D Elliott

(2007), Vol. 20, pp. 89-99, Australian critical care, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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2006

Haemodynamic instability after cardiac surgery: nurses` perceptions of clinical decision-making

J Currey, J Browne, M Botti

(2006), Vol. 15, pp. 1081-1090, Journal of clinical nursing, Oxford, England, C1

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The influence of patient complexity and nurses` experience on haemodynamic decision-making following cardiac surgery

J Currey, M Botti

(2006), Vol. 22, pp. 194-205, Intensive and critical care nursing, Edinburgh, Scotland, C1

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The diversity of critical care nursing education in Australian universities

L Aitken, J Currey, A Marshall, D Elliott

(2006), Vol. 19, pp. 46-52, Australian critical care, North Strathfield, N.S.W., C1

journal article
2005

Assessing cardiovascular status: a guide for acute nurses

J Currey, L Aitken

(2005), Vol. 12, pp. 34-40, Collegian: journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

The haemodynamic status of cardiac surgical patients in the initial 2-h recovery period

J Currey, M Botti

(2005), Vol. 4, pp. 207-214, European journal of cardiovascular nursing, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

journal article
2003

Hemodynamic team decision making in the cardiac surgical intensive care context

J Currey, M Botti, J Browne

(2003), Vol. 32, pp. 181-189, Heart and lung, St.Louis, MO, C1

journal article

Naturalistic decision making: a model to overcome methodological challenges in the study of critical care nurses` decision making about patients` hemodynamic status

J Currey, M Botti

(2003), Vol. 12, pp. 206-211, American journal of critical care, Aliso Viejo, CA, C1

journal article
2001

Making decisions: nursing practices in critical care

J Currey, L Worrall-Carter

(2001), Vol. 14, pp. 127-131, Australian critical care, Carlton, Vic., C1-1

journal article
1999

Position statement on postgraduate critical care nursing education - October 1999

M Underwood, D Elliott, L Aitken, D Austen, J Currey, T Field, C Grech, D Kiegaldie, M Pittard, L Worral-Carter

(1999), Vol. 12, pp. 160-164, Australian Critical Care, Philadelphia, Pa., C1-1

journal article
1997

Endogenous nitric oxide and low systemic vascular resistance after cardiopulmonary bypass

P Myles, C Leong, J Currey

(1997), Vol. 11, pp. 571-574, Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article
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Effect of Intensive Nurse-Led Optimization of Heart Failure Medications in Patients With Heart Failure

Andrea Driscoll, Sharon Meagher, Rhoda Kennedy, Judy Currey

(), Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, C1-1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Guided Self-Determination: A co-designed self-management program for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples living with type 2 diabetes

Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Ms Tanya Druce, Prof Judy Currey, Dr Jennifer Browne, Dr Renee Fiolet, Dr Leanne Mullan, Mr Jordan Casey, A/Prof Peter Hamblin, Mr Dev Kevat, Dr Virginia Hagger, Ms Jade Kelly, Mr Abe Ropitini, A/Prof Debra Kerr

MRFF (NHMRC) Consumer-Led Research

  • 2024: $242,418

Other Public Sector Funding

Predicting serious in-hospital adverse events: evidence-based risk assessment for patients requiring emergency admission

Prof Julie Considine, Prof Judy Currey, Dr Daryl Jones

Nurses Board of VIC Grant - Research

  • 2015: $9,989
  • 2013: $39,958

Independent Medical Examiner (IME) Quality Assurance Process redesign.

A/Prof Matt Mount, Prof Judy Currey, Dr Huw Flatau Harrison, Dr Stephanie Sprogis

Victorian Workcover Authority (WorkSafe Vic) - Partnership

  • 2021: $20,000
  • 2020: $20,000

Independent Medical Examiner (IME) QAP redesign. New Evidence Based Quality Tool Development

Prof Judy Currey, Dr Huw Flatau Harrison

WorkSafe Victoria

  • 2022: $58,727

Cyber Harm Prevention

Prof Robin Ram Mohan Doss, Dr Jay Jeong, Prof Chad Whelan, Prof Judy Currey, A/Prof William Yeoh, Prof Gang Li, Dr Adnan Anwar, Dr Paul Cooper, Mr Damien Manuel

VIC Managed Insurance Authority

  • 2023: $175,280
  • 2022: $50,763

Industry and Other Funding

Implementing a core dataset for the systematic reporting of medication incidents by cardiac nurses

Prof Judy Currey

RCN - Florence Nightingale Memorial Scholarship - Royal College of Nursing Scholarship

  • 2007: $7,500

Video analysis of interprofessional communication and decision making therapy in intensive care

Prof Judy Currey, Prof Tracey Bucknall, Prof Elizabeth Manias, Dr David Pilcher, Dr Rasa Ruseckaite

Aust College of Critical Care Nurses Grant - Hospira Australia

  • 2009: $10,000

Supervisions

Executive Supervisor
2023

Joshua Allen

Thesis entitled: Anticipating clinical deterioration: Patient characteristics and system factors

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

Associate Supervisor
2023

Hayden Luke Richards

Thesis entitled: Emergency Doctors¿ Experience of Negative Referral Encounters

Master of Philosophy (Medicine), School of Medicine

Stephanie Sprogis

Thesis entitled: Exploring the Pre-Medical Emergency Team Tier of Rapid Response Systems

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

2022

Monica Schoch

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

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

2019

Kesorn Promlek

Thesis entitled: Evidence-based Care for Traumatic Brain Injury Patients by Thai Trauma Nurses

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

2012

Ann Marie Dunk

Thesis entitled: Exploring Known Risk Factors for Pressure Injury with Visual Technology

Master of Nursing, School of Nursing & Midwifery