SLHD Nursing and Midwifery Executive
Janice Gullick was seconded from the Sydney Nursing School in August 2015 in the role of Conjoint Nursing & Midwifery Research Fellow. Her research interests include cardiorespiratory research and patient and family experience research using phenomenology.
Greg Fairbrother commenced with the District in 2015 as Research CNC (Patient & family-centred Care). Greg’s quantitative and qualitative research interests are focused on knowledge and practice development in nursing and midwifery.
- Janice Gullick: Training of 18 advanced practice nurses in preparation for the SCHoLAR project – (the cross-institutional Research Community of Practice).
- Greg Fairbrother: Establishment of a research agenda and education/mentorship programme for N&M in the Patient and family centred care space; Methodological support enabling the initiation of new research activity in the ‘Heart of Health’ programme which targets staff wellness and compassion; Affiliation with the University of Sydney Nursing School as an Adjunct Associate Professor.
Publications and Presentations
- Gullick JG, West SH (2015) A Community of Practice model to build research capacity and productivity among senior nurse clinicians. Journal of Advanced Nursing 72;(3);605-19.
- Jin K, Ding D, Gullick JG, Koo F, Neubeck L. (2015) A Chinese Paradox: Low Coronary Heart Disease Incidence but Higher Short-term Mortality in Western-dwelling Chinese immigrants: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis, Journal of the American Heart Association [Impact Factor 5.1], 18;4(12). pii: e002568.
- Jin, K., D. Ding, J. Gullick, F. Koo, and L. Neubeck. "Coronary heart disease in Chinese living in western countries: new insights from a systematic review and meta-analysis." Heart, Lung and Circulation 24 (2015): S119.
- Gullick JG, Kwan XX. (2015) Patient-directed music therapy reduces anxiety and sedation exposure in mechanically-ventilated patients: A research critique. Australian Critical Care. 28(2): p. p103–105. [Impact Factor 1.26].
- Fairbrother G, Chiarella M, Braithwaite J. Models of care choices in today’s nursing workplace: Where does team nursing sit? Australian Health Review 39(5): 489-93
- Stott C, Fairbrother G. Mucus and urinary diversions. World Council of Enterostomal Therapists Journal 35(4): 36-41.
- Rafferty R, Fairbrother G. Factors influencing how senior nurses and midwives acquire coaching skills into routine practice: A grounded theory study. Journal of Advanced Nursing 71(6): 1249-1259.
- Fairbrother G, Conway R, Woods A, Tyler V, Howell W. Commencing a nurse education role development journey in a regional Australian health district: results from a mixed method baseline inquiry Journal of Nurse Education and Practice 5(8): 7-16.
- Fairbrother G, Cashin A, Mekki T, Graham I, McCormack B Is it possible to bring the emancipatory practice development and evidence based practice agendas together in nursing and midwifery? International Practice Development Journal 5(1)(4).
- Fairbrother G, Cashin A, Conway R, Symes A, Graham I. Evidence based clinical nursing and midwifery practice in a regional Australian healthcare setting: Workplace related predictors of skills and behaviours Collegian 23(2):191-99.
- Ringdal M. & Gullick J. (2015) Chapter 13: Respiratory Assessment & Monitoring (In ACCCN’s Critical Care Nursing, (3rd Ed) Elliot, D, Aitkin L & Chaboyer W. Chatswood: Elseveir Australia.
National and International:
- Gullick, JG (2015) “Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research”. International Institute for Advanced Nursing Research Summer School, (Turku, Finland, June 2015).
- Gullick, JG (2015) “Singing the world: Making space for creative philosophical positioning in clinical nursing research”. International Conference on Qualitative Methods, (Melbourne, April 2015).
- Cooper J, Fairbrother G “Patient preference regarding place of death: A grounded theory study” Palliative Care Australia Annual Conference, Melbourne, Oct 2015
Contact: Ms Katharine Duffy
Contact details for department
Department/Unit: SLHD Nursing and Midwifery Executive
Sydney Local Health District, Level 11 KGV Building, RPA Campus