Research Fellow, School of Nursing and Midwifery / Eastern Health
- Based at Eastern Health
- Part-time (0.8 FTE) and fixed term until December 2023
- AC_B - $100,837 - $119,266 + 17% Superannuation
The HIRAID Research Fellow will support the implementation and evaluation of the National Health & Medical Research Council Partnership Project: Improving the safety and quality of emergency nursing care.
This project aims to support consistent patient assessment and management by emergency nurses in Australia using the validated framework: HIRAID (History, Red flags, Assessment, Interventions, Diagnostics, communication, and reassessment).
The HIRAID Research Fellow is responsible for the coordination of the Project across the three Eastern Health emergency departments (Box Hill, Maroondah and Angliss Hospitals) under the guidance of chief investigators.
- Work closely with emergency department Nurse Unit Managers, Clinical Nurse Educators, Clinical Support Nurses, and other key stakeholders across Eastern Health to implement HIRAID
- Undertake medical record audits of emergency care and episodes of clinical deterioration during the first 72 hours of hospital admission
- Recruit and survey patients and carers regarding their emergency care experience
- Coordinate surveys of emergency department medical and nursing staff
- Facilitate the HIRAID training program (pre-reading, eLearning and facilitated workshop) for emergency nursing staff including a train-the-trainer program and workshop delivery
- Deliver learner-centric, research-informed teaching practices across different levels / modes of delivery
- Integrate industry, clinical and/or research practice to teaching
- Apply leading industry, clinical and/or research practice into student learning experiences and resources
To be successful you will have:
- Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
- Minimum of 5 years' full time equivalent post registration experience and at least 3 years' full time equivalent experience in emergency nursing
- Post graduate qualifications in emergency nursing or relevant clinical specialty
- Proven clinical expertise and leadership skills in emergency nursing
- Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of Eastern Health’s clinical and administrative systems including Cerner FirstNet®
- Demonstrated ability to implement practice change by the initiation, utilisation and review of research evidence
- Demonstrated organisational and project management skills, including record keeping, ability to work complex environments in a multi-disciplinary team with limited supervision
- Advanced skills in clinical teaching or clinical facilitation and demonstrated ability to develop, implement and evaluate specialty education programs
Applications for this position close on the 10th of June, 2022
- Travel between Eastern Health sites, between Deakin University campuses, and between Eastern Health and Deakin University will be required
- Drivers Licence
- Working with Children Check
Offers of employment from Deakin University are conditional upon the applicant being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or medically exempt and providing satisfactory evidence of the same. You can view a copy of the University’s COVID-19 Vaccination Procedure.
Please submit your resume, a short cover letter and responses to the Key Selection Criteria.
For a confidential discussion regarding this position, please contact Prof Julie Considine, Chair in Nursing, Eastern Health at email@example.com
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