Clinical Data to Publication

The research workshop will take participants on a journey through the various research language, data collection methods and analysis techniques right up to publication. Using simple practical emergency based examples, participants will learn how to conduct research in their department. Throughout the workshop participants will learn how to collect and analyse the data (Quantitative, Qualitative and Mixed Methods) leading to publication of the results in a peer reviewed journal. This workshop is designed for beginners and early career researcher alike.


Facilitator:

Dr Joanne Porter currently works at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare at Federation University Australia, Gippsland campus. Teaching into the undergraduate program , and postgraduate higher Degree supervision. She has worked both in Metropolitan and regional health facilities predominantly in Emergency departments and Intensive care units.

Her research interests include, deteriorating patient outcomes, simulation, and emergency care research. Her PhD through Monash University used a mixed methods approach to investigate the affect family presence during resuscitation (FPDR) had on personnel in the emergency department. Joanne currently holds the position of Senior lecturer and has an extensive research history with a number of publications and competitive grants.

 

Dr Julia Morphet is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University Nursing and Midwifery, and is the Executive Director of the College of Emergency Nursing Australasia (CENA).  Julia completed her PhD examining transition to specialty practice programs in Australian emergency departments.

Julia leads two bodies of research. The first is focused on health workforce, in particular, preparation for practice, simulation in teaching, and management of occupational violence in healthcare. The second program is focused on the patient experience in the emergency department, in particular, patient flow models. She has had more than 40 research papers published and has supervised 19 students to completion of PhD, Masters, and Honours research degrees.