NSLHD NURSING AND MIDWIFERY HIGHER RESEARCH DEGREE CANDIDATES
University Thesis Submissions Julie Potter
Master Research/Philosophy Candidates Lena Lim , Clinical Nurse Consultant, Paediatric Diabetes, Royal North Shore Hospital–The University of Sydney Melinda Simpson-Collins , Clinical Nurse Consultant, Child Health Paediatric Network, Northern Sydney Local Health District-University of Technology Sydney
Clinical Nurse Consultant, Research Nurse, Medical Oncology Clinical Trials, Northern Sydney Local Health District University of Technology Sydney ( PhD ) Supervisors: Professor Lin Perry, Dr Rosalind Elliott, Professor Michelle Kelly Thesis title: COMmunication with Families regarding Organ and Tissue Donation after Death in Intensive Care Study PhD Candidates Alison Hession , Clinical Nurse Consultant, Palliative Care, Hornsby Hospital–University of Technology Sydney Sheila Jala , Clinical Nurse Consultant, Stroke, Royal North Shore Hospital–University of Technology Sydney Catherine Jones , Acting Manager Clinical Redesign and Innovation, Hornsby and Ryde hospitals–The University of Sydney Theressa Lavender , Midwife, Maternity, Royal North Shore Hospital-University of Newcastle Euan Macleay , Clinical Nurse Consultant, Dual Diagnosis and Substance Use, Mental Health Drug and Alcohol, Northern Sydney Local Health District-University of Technology Sydney Stephanie O’Regan , Nurse Manager, Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre, Royal North Shore Hospital- Monash University Kirsten Parker , Registered Nurse, Paediatrics, Royal North Shore Hospital–University of Technology Sydney Julia Pilowsky , Clinical Nurse Specialist, Intensive Care Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital–University of Technology Sydney Monica Ruckholdt , Registered Nurse, Operating Theatres, Hornsby Hospital-The University of Sydney Nicola Straiton , Research Nurse, Cardiology, Royal North Shore Hospital-The University of Sydney Pengyuan (Emma) Zhao , Clinical Nurse Specialist, Operating Theatres, Royal North Shore Hospital–The University of Sydney
NSLHD HIGHER DEGREE RESEARCH NETWORK
The Higher Degree by Research Network meeting targets NSLHD nurses and midwives that are interested in, or are undertaking, higher degrees by research (PhD and Master). The network meetings provide a forum to discuss research issues or concerns, provide opportunity for presentation of research outcomes, share research resources and education program dissemination and build supportive networks. The network meetings and educational opportunities are open to all healthcare disciplines. For research students, COVID-19 has challenged and often delayed study processes and it is important to take a moment to consider the significant challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused in relation to clinical research. Despite COVID-19, we have continued with meetings and education through the use of digital platforms with the same dedication and commitment that has been shown in past years.
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