The Nepean Post ICU discharge follow up clinic (Nepean ICU FC): illuminating and exploring patient's experiences of chronic critical illness (CCI)

Summary

As a research student, you will have the opportunity to be part of the ICU post discharge follow-up clinics, interviewing and analysing the data from their lived experiences of aspects of their time in the ICU, and assist in developing management that can optimise future patient and staff experiences

Supervisor(s)

Associate Professor Stuart Lane

Research Location

Nepean - Nepean Clinical School

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

My current research using phenomenology and IPA is focussed on the lived experiences of patients in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), developing knowledge and theory to optimise patient experience and management, whilst they are in the ICU and beyond.
Within the Sydney Medical Program and Nepean Clinical School, I use phenomenology and qualitative analysis to analyse the educational experiences of healthcare students and staff, leading to innovation and implementation of new educational paradigms and curricula.

Additional Information

I have been awarded University and Government awards for my teaching and research 2016 Australian Government Citation for outstanding contribution to student learning.
'For creating and fostering an educational environment and culture that enhances learning by motivating students to develop a growth mindset and inspiring collegiate critical reflection.'
2014 Sydney Medical School award for academic excellence: Outstanding teaching

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Keywords

ICU, Intensive Care Medicine, Chronic Critical illness, Phenomenology Education

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 2498