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Dr Joyce Hendricks

Dr Joyce Hendricks

Adjunct Academic

Contact Information Email: j.hendricks@ecu.edu.au,
Staff Member Details
Email: j.hendricks@ecu.edu.au   

 

Joyce is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery.

Current Teaching

  • PhD and Master of Nursing (Research)
  • Master of Clinical Governance
  • Master of Nurse Education
  • Master of Nursing by Coursework
  • Master of Clinical Nursing
  • Master of Midwifery Science (Research)
  • Coordinator, Master of Nurse Education and Master of Clinical Governance

Background

Dr Joyce Hendricks teaches in the post graduate and undergraduate courses at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia. Joyce supervises students at honours, master and PhD level. Her research interests include leadership, generational diversity, education and nursing.

Joyce has a strong educational and clinical focus and was the recipient of a 2011 Australian Leaning and Teaching Citation and was recognised for of her role in developing a leadership program that improves the student experience through engaging and motivating industry-based projects. She is also the recipient of the 2011 ECU Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Learning and Teaching. Joyce is the president of the West Australian at large Honour’s Society of Nursing an affiliation of Sigma Theta Tau Incorporated, and a member of the Australian Nurse Teachers Association

Professional Associations

  • West Australian at large Honours Society of Nursing (WAHSN) - President
  • Sigma Theta Tau Incorporated
  • Australian Nurse Teachers Association

Awards and Recognition

Other

  • Alison Johnson Prize for the most outstanding thesis from the Faculty of Nursing and Behavioural Science at the UWS (2000)

Research Areas and Interests

  • Qualitative research
    • Biographical methods
    • Narrative inquiry
    • Ethnography
    • Ethnonetnography
    • Phenomenology
    • Heuristic inquiry
  • Mixed methods research
  • Leadership and management
  • Nurse education
  • Chronic diseases
  • Pain management
  • Patient Safety
  • Clinical governance
  • Mentoring
  • Generational factors
  • Advanced skilled nursing
  • Nurse-Led Telephone Triage
  • Midwifery Care

Qualifications

  • PhD, University of Western Sydney, 2000.

Research

Recent Research Grants

  • Development of Simulation Resources,  Department of Health WA,  Simulated Learning Environments Research Grants 2016,  2016,  $99,956.
  • Younger Onset Dementia: An education package for carers in residential facilities,  The Lovell Foundation,  Trevor Mast Research Scholarship,  2016,  $50,000.
  • Assessing the ?at risk? Elderly in an Independent Living Community Setting,  Edith Cowan University,  ECU Industry Collaboration Grant - 2015 (Round 1),  2015 - 2016,  $176,110.
  • Kids and Parents for Optimal Weight (KAPOW),  Osborne Division of General Practice,  Grant,  2007 - 2008,  $10,000.

Recent Publications (within the last five years)

Journal Articles

  • McWilliams, T., Hendricks, J., Twigg, D., Wood, F., (2015), Burns education for non-burn specialist clinicians in Western Australia. Burns, 41(2), 301-307, Oxford, United Kingdom, DOI: 10.1016/j.burns.2014.06.015.
  • Witney, C., Hendricks, J., Cope, V., (2015), Munchausen by Internet and Nursing Practice: An Ethnonetnographic Case Study. International Journal of Nursing & Clinical Practices, 2(2015), Article number 131, DOI: 10.15344/2394-4978/2015/131.
  • Witney, C., Hendricks, J., Cope, V., (2015), The Specialist Breast Care Nurse's Role in the Identification and Minimisation of Distress in a Members' Only, Breast Cancer Focused Online Support Community. International Journal of Nursing & Clincal Practices, 2(2015), Article number 139, DOI: 10.15344/2394-4978/2015/139.
  • Witney, C., Hendricks, J., Cope, V., (2015), The specialist breast care nurse within an online community: adding the 16th moment of care. International Journal for Human Caring, 19(1), 33-39, Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States.
  • Hendricks, J., Cope, V., Baum, G., (2015), Postgraduate nurses? insights into the nursing leadership role. Do they intuitively link the role to patient safety?. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 5(9), 72-77, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, DOI: 10.5430/jnep.v5n9p72.
  • Cope, V., Jones, B., Hendricks, J., (2015), Eight things I love about U (University) - Resilience portraits of nurse academics and academic development through resilience education. International Journal of University Teaching and Faculty Development, 5(2), 99-110.
  • Cope, V., Jones, B., Hendricks, J., (2015), Portraiture: a methodology through which success and positivity can be explored and reflected. Nurse Researcher, 22(3), 6-12, Harrow, UK, DOI: 10.7748/nr.22.3.6.e1311.
  • Nolan, S., Hendricks, J., Towell, M., (2015), Social networking sites (SNS); exploring their uses and associated value for adolescent mothers in Western Australia in terms of social support provision and building social capital. Midwifery, 31(9), 912-919, London, United Kingdom, DOI: 10.1016/j.midw.2015.05.002.
  • Hendricks, J., Cope, V., (2015), Developing the Synergy between University and Industry-based Nursing Courses: Lessons in Engagement. International Journal of Nursing & Clincal Practices, 2(2015), Article number 134, DOI: 10.15344/2394-4978/2015/134.
  • Cope, V., Jones, B., Hendricks, J., (2015), Why nurses chose to remain in the workforce: Portraits of resilience. Collegian: The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research, Article in press(Article in press), 5p., DOI: 10.1016/j.colegn.2014.12.001.
  • Cope, V., Jones, B., Hendricks, J., (2015), Resilience as resistance to the new managerialism: portraits that reframe nursing through quotes from the field. Journal of Nursing Management, Early View(Early View), 1-8, Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom, DOI: 10.1111/jonm.12279.
  • Ewens, B., Hendricks, J., Sundin, D., (2014), The use, prevalence and potential benefits of a diary as a therapeutic intervention/tool to aid recovery following critical illness in intensive care: a literature review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, article in press(article in press), article in press, United Kingdom, DOI: 10.1111/jocn.12736.
  • Ewens, B., Hendricks, J., Sundin, D., (2014), Never ending stories: visual diarizing to recreate autobiographical memory of intensive care unit survivorsNever ending stories: ICU survivors. Nursing in Critical Care, article in press(article in press), article in press, UK, DOI: 10.1111/nicc.12093.
  • Hendricks, J., Andrew, L., Fowler, A., (2013), The piloting of an Academic Literacy Education Course (ALEC) to improve academic literacy of first semester undergraduate students in a Western Australian University. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 4(4), 19 - 27, Online, DOI: 10.5430/jnep.v4n4p19.
  • Ewens, B., Chapman, R., Tulloch, A., Hendricks, J., (2013), ICU survivors' utilisation of diaries post discharge: A qualitative descriptive study. Australian Critical Care, 27(1), 28-35, DOI: 10.1016/j.aucc.2013.07.001.
  • Jones, M., Hendricks, J., Cope, V., (2012), Toward an Understanding of Caring in the Context of Telenursing. International Journal for Human Caring, 16(1), 7-15, United States.
  • Hendricks, J., Cope, V., (2012), Generational diversity: what nurse managers need to know. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(3), 717-725, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2012.06079.x.
  • Noonil, N., Hendricks, J., Aekwarangkoon, S., (2012), Lived experience of Thai women and their changing bodies in midlife. Nursing and Health Sciences, 14(3), 312-317, Asia, DOI: 10.1111/j.1442-2018.2012.00710.x.
  • Cohen, L., Chang, P., Hendricks, J., Cope, V., Harman, B., (2011), Enhancing psychology students' experiences: The development of an undergraduate leadership programme. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 10(2), 164-169, DOI: 10.2304/plat.2011.10.2.164.

Research Student Supervision

Principal Supervisor

  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Migration Matters: The Experience Of United Kingdom Registered Nurses Migrating To Western Australia.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  The Effect Of An Exercise Intervention On Physical And Cognitive Function, Psychological Health And Quality Of Life Among Older Adults With Dementia In Bangkok, Thailand.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Saying 'no': A Biographical Analysis Of The Experiences Of Women With A Genetic Predisposition To Developing Breast/ovarian Cancer Who Reject Risk Reducing Surgery.
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Living After Confronting Death; Story Telling During The Recovery Trajectory Of Intensive Care Unit Survivors: An Interpretive Biographical Approach
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Just A 'click' Away From Evidence-based Online Breast Cancer Information Advice And Support Provided By A Specialist Nurse: An Ethnonetnographic Study
  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Antenatal Clinic: Using Ethnographic Methods To Listen To The Voices Of Pregnant Adolescents

Associate Supervisor

  • Doctor of Philosophy,  Portraits Of Nursing Resilience: Listening For A Story.
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