Higher degree research completions
2014 Principle Supervisor for Mrs Victoria Parker (PhD candidate): On line versus on campus: Learning outcomes for Bachelor of Nursing (BNUR) students using an emulated online intravenous (IV) pump and an actual IV pump as an educational resource (H12REA154)
2016 Associate Supervisor for Mrs Sharon Rees (PhD candidate): Challenges and opportunities of mobile technologies in postgraduate learning
2016 Associate Supervisor for Mrs Melissa Taylor (PhD candidate): Understanding the impact of aged care leadership styles on the clinical learning environment
Current postgraduate research supervision
2019: Principle supervisor for Hancy Issac. Masters Advanced. Decision making framework for COPD referrals in Queensland Emergency Departments.
2018: Dennis Walker, An exploration of the factors contributing to paramedic medication errors in the pre-hospital environment.
2018: Principle supervisor for Emma Turner Masters of Science (Research) Support frameworks for families of children newly diagnosed with diabetes living in rural and remote locations.
2015: Principle Supervisor for Mrs Sue Griffits Masters of Science (Research) (Advanced Research): Clinical Reasoning in Pre-Registration Nursing Students: An exploration and analysis of clinical reasoning skills needed for nursing students transitioning to professional practice.