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2010

Vicki Cope

  • Presented Portraiture: A new direction in data collection for resilience research, at the Pathways to Resilience: The Social.
  • Presented at Ecology of Resilience, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  • Presented Qualitative Portraits; success and positivity reflected in times of change, at the 5th European Conference on Positive Psychology, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Professor Di Twigg

  • Was an invited presenter at the West Australian Centre Evidence Based Nursing and Midwifery Conference – Evidence Based Health Care: Application to Practice.

2009

Associate Professor Christopher Churchouse

  • Presented the paper Developing dynamic and interactive education programs using mannequin and actor combinations in scenario development and facilitation, as the keynote speaker at the Laerdal Simulation Meeting (25-27 June, 2009).
  • Presented the paper Healthcare Simulation in the Learning Environment: Preparing our Leaders, as the keynote speaker at the Nursing Leadership International Conference (8-10 June, 2009).
  • Presented the paper Nursing Leadership Development: A strategy for influencing today’s dynamic healthcare Environment,
  • Presented the paper The Lived Experience of United Kingdom Migrant Nurses in Western Australia, at the 4th International Congress on Innovations in Nursing, Perth (27-29 May, 2009).

Dr Joyce Hendricks and Vicki Cope

  • Presented the paper Simulating a Coroner’s case to enhance the learning of Health Professionals – A Case Study, at the Nursing Leadership International Conference (8-10 June, 2009).

Sheila Klimczyk

  • Presented the paper The role of palliative care in mass casualty events with scarce resources, at the 4th International Congress on Innovations in Nursing, Perth (27-29 May, 2009).

Doreen Molloy

  • Presented the paper Staffing for Patient Safety in Western Australia, at the 4th International Congress on Innovations in Nursing, Perth (27-29 May, 2009)

Caron Shuttleworth

  • Presented the paper Palliative Care for Mass Casualty Events with Scarce Resources, at the Spark of Life International Conference on Resuscitation (1-2 May, 2009).

Cecily Strange and Professor Cobie Rudd

  • Presented the paper The reliability and validity of the assessment process of an accredited advanced life support course, at the Australian Health Promotion Association, 18th National Conference (17-20 May, 2009).

Professor Di Twigg

  • Presented the paper A Novel use of Simulation to Accelerate Clinical Skills Acquisition, at the 4th International Congress on Innovations in Nursing, Perth (27-29 May, 2009).

Caroline Vafeas

  • Presented the paper Cytotoxic Chemotherapy for Incurable Colorectal Cancer: Living with a PICC line, at the 4th International Congress on Innovations in Nursing, Perth (27-29 May, 2009).
  • Presented the paper Paediatric nursing: An investigation of the effect of paediatric nurse education and quality children's nursing care in WA, at the RCN Joint Education Forums’ 2nd International Conference – Beyond the borders: innovations for international excellence in nurse education (11–13 June, 2009).

Professor Anne Wilkinson

  • Presented the paper The Lived Experience of the UK Migrant Nurse in Western Australia, at the 16th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine (8-18 May, 2009).
  • Presented at the16th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine(12-15 May, 2009).

Professor Cobie Rudd

  • Presented the paper Community Partnership Tool Box, at the 2nd Australasian Paediatric and child health practice conference (7-8 May, 2009)

2008

  • Obstetric Emergency Simulation and Training Workshop, a half day study workshop presented by Associate Professor Mo Harris and Visiting Professor Tim Draycott, held on 8 February 2008 attracted over 50 participants from Western Australia.
  • Zilembo, M. and Metcalfe, H. L. (2008). The Virtual Health and Wellness Centre: Problem Based Learning in Action. Oral Presentation given at the PBL 2008 Conference. Mexico, University of Colima.

Associate Professor Christopher Churchouse

  • Presented the paper Expanding the theory to practice gap using performance based simulation, at the EDU-COM 2008 (19–21 November, 2008).
  • Presented the paper Multicultural Perspectives in Health: How do we ensure our nurse graduates meet the needs for their culturally diverse clientele? at the Thailand International Nursing Conference (12 November, 2008).

Associate Professor Christopher Churchouse and Kirsty Bayley

  • Presented the paper Simulating a Coroners Case to enhance the learning of Health Professionals – A case study, at the ECULTURE – ECU (5 November, 2008).

Associate Professor Christopher Churchouse, Professor Cobie Rudd and Kirsty Bayley

  • Presented the paper Simulating a Coroners Case to enhance the learning of Health Professionals - A Case study, at the SimTech 2008 Conference (8-11 September, 2008).
  • Presented the paper Developing a toolbox to support educators using performance actors in health scenario based learning, at the 13th National Nurse Educators Conference (9-11 September, 2008)
  • Presented the paper Simulating a Coroner's Case to enhance the learning of health professionals - A case study, at the SimTech 2008 (8-11 September, 2008).
  • Presented the paper Developing a toolbox to support educators using performance actors in health scenario based learning, at the 13th National Nurse Educators Conference (9-11 September, 2008).
  • Presented the paper Simulating a Coroners Case to enhance the learning of Health Professionals – A case study, at the Australian Nurse Teachers Society, Sydney (September, 2008).

Vicki Cope and Dr Joyce Hendricks

  • Presented the paper Building leaders in our midst: A Leadership Program in an Undergraduate Nursing Program in Western Australia, at the Health and the Changing World International Conference, Bangkok Thailand (November, 2008).
  • Presented the paper Pragmatic Truths: when ritual meets the reality of community engagement, at the EDUCOM, Khon Kaen Thailand (November, 2008).

Irene McPhee

  • Presented the paper Teaching behaviours that “invite learning” in the undergraduate clinical setting, at the International Conference on Health and the Changing World, Bangkok, Thailand (10-13 November, 2008).

Helene Metcalfe and Melanie Lauva

  • Presented the paper Watching me watching you: Reflections on technological change in teaching and learning, at the Simtech 2008 Conference, Brisbane (8-11 September, 2008).
  • Presented the paper Gone Fishing…Constructivism as a guiding pedagogy for e-learning, at the Simtech 2008 Conference, Brisbane (8-11 September, 2008).

Helene Metcalfe, Melanie Lauva, and Darren Falconer

  • Presented the poster presentation eCOGnition: The Virtual Health and Wellness Centre, at the Simtech 2008 Conference, Brisbane (8-11 September, 2008).

Doreen Molloy, Bev Ewens and Dr Joyce Hendricks

  • Presented the paper Hospital at Night: shouldn’t always be in the dark, at the Hospital at Night RCNA National Conference (25 September, 2008).

Professor Cobie Rudd

  • Presented the paper: Building sustainability: Health policy priorities, leadership and responsibilities, at the 2008 Vario Health Conference: Physical and Mental Wellness – Integrative Approaches to Health (1-2 December, 2008).
  • Presented the Keynote paper Health Policy in the Changing World, at The Health and the Changing World International Conference, Bangkok, Thailand (11-13 November, 2008).
  • Presented the Closing Addressat theThe Health and the Changing World International Conference, Bangkok, Thailand (11-13 November, 2008).

Professor Anne Wilkinson

  • Presented the paper Exploratory Study on Caregiving to Advanced Chronic Illness Patients at the Health and the Changing World International Conference, Bangkok, Thailand (11-13 November, 2008).
  • Presented the paper CHF/COPD Caregiving: How is it different? at the Vario Health Institute Health Conference, Physical and Mental Wellness-Integrative Approaches to Health (1-2 December, 2008).
  • Presented the paper Caregiving Across the Three Trajectories, at the Australian Association of Gerontology annual meeting (19-21 November, 2008).
  • Presented the paper The Challenges of Chronic Illness Caregiving, at the International Congress on Chronic Disease: Self-Management (26-28 November, 2008).

2007

  • Rudd, C.J., (2007). Community engagement: A partnership approach to measurement, evaluation and benchmarking processes, Proceedings of the Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance (AUCEA) Conference Proceedings, The 2007 AUCEA Inc. National Conference Proceedings: The Scholarship of Engagement: Australia’s way forward, Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance Inc., Kyneton Victoria, p. 19.
  • Rudd, C.J., Churchouse, C. and Swift, A., (2007). Career development in nursing: An integrated and longitudinal community engagement program, The 2007 AUCEA Inc. National Conference Proceedings: The Scholarship of Engagement: Australia’s way forward, Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance Inc., Kyneton Victoria, p. 13.
  • Rudd, C.J. and Churchouse, C., (2007). Mental Health: Scripting, Acting, Performing = Learning,Proceedings of the Royal College of Nursing Australia Conference 2007: Illuminating Nursing Conference, Royal College of Nursing Australia, Melbourne.
  • Rudd, C.J. and Churchouse, C., (2007). Scripting, Acting, Performing = Learning. Developing a toolbox for facilitators to use actors in mental health scenario based learning, SimTec HealthCare Conference Proceedings, Queensland Health, Brisbane.
  • Rudd, C.J., Churchouse, C. and Whitby, P., (2007). Promoting nursing as a career to Year 10 students: A pilot program, Proceedings of the Royal College ofNursing, Australia (RCNA) Annual Conference 2007: Illuminating Nursing Conference, Royal College of Nursing Australia, Melbourne.
  • Rudd, C.J., Churchouse, C., Whitby, P. and Emery, L., (2007). Promoting nursing as a career to Year 10 students: A pilot program, 3rd International ICIN Congress 2007: Innovation and Leadership in Clinical Practice, Research and Education Conference Proceedings, Department of Health Western Australia, Perth.

2006

  • Rudd, C.J., (2006). Keynote: Closing Address, Proceedings of the EDU-COM 2006 International Conference, Engagement and empowerment: New opportunities for growth in higher education, Edith Cowan University in association with Khon Kaen University and Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University, Nong Khai, Thailand, pp. 660-63.
  • Sealey, M., Rudd, C.J. and Churchouse, C., (2006). International and industry partnerships building nursing capacity in Thailand, Proceedings of the EDU-COM 2006 International Conference, Engagement and empowerment: New opportunities for growth in higher education, Edith Cowan University in association with Khon Kaen University and Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University, Nong Khai, Thailand, pp. 447-54.
  • Rudd, C.J., (2006) Forging Partnerships in Health Care: Process and Measuring Benefits, Proceedings of the EDU-COM 2006 International Conference, Engagement and empowerment: New opportunities for growth in higher education, Edith Cowan University in association with Khon Kaen University and Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat University, Nong Khai, Thailand, pp. 411-25.
  • Lobb E. A., Kristjanson, L. J., Aoun, S., Monterosso, L., (2006).Complicated Grief: A systematic review of the literature, Palliative Care WA Conference, Parmelia Hilton Hotel, Perth
  • Lobb E. A., Kristjanson, L. J., Aoun, S., Monterosso, L., (2006).Complicated Grief: A systematic review of the literature, Research and Advances, Princess Margaret Hospital, Perth
  • Monterosso, L., Kristjanson, L. J., White, K., Phillips, M., Lucas, R., Valentine, J., Rowell, S., (2006). The Palliative Care Needs of Western Australian Children and Their Families, Clinical Oncology Society of Australia, Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne
  • Monterosso, L., Kristjasnon L. J., Phillips, M., (2006). The Western Australian Analysis of Supportive and Palliative Care Needs of Families of Children with a Life Threatening or Chronic Illness, University of the Agean,Rhodes
  • Rudd, C., (2006).Forging Partnerships in Health Care: Process and Measuring Benefits, EDU-COM 2006 International Conference, Engagement and Empowerment: New Opportunities for Growth in Higher Education, Nong Khai, Thailand.
  • Rudd, C., (2006). Keynote – Closing Address, International and industry partnerships: Building nursing capacity in Thailand, EDU-COM 2006 International Conference, Engagement and Empowerment: New Opportunities for Growth in Higher Education, Nong Khai, Thailand.
  • Sealey, M., Rudd, C. and Churchouse, C., (2006). International and industry partnerships: Building nursing capacity in Thailand, EDU-COM 2006 International Conference, Engagement and Empowerment: New Opportunities for Growth in Higher Education, Nong Khai, Thailand.
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