|Senior Lecturer / Centre Co-ordinator, Avondale University|
|2014 - 2016||Testing a predictive model of resilience among family caregivers supporting relatives with acquired neurological disability|
|Liverpool Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit|
|Colleague(s): Dr Malcolm Anderson|
|2010 - 2012||The impact of neurobehavioural impairments on family functioning and the psychological well-being of male versus female caregivers of relatives with severe traumatic brain injury: Multigroup analysis.|
|Australasian Research Institute (ARI)|
|Colleague(s): Dr Malcolm Anderson|
- LAMC52300 Strategic Planning for Leadership
- LAMC51400 Human Resource Management
|March 1998||Doctor of Education, Monash University|
|October 1990||Master of Educational Administration, Massey University|
|September 1983||Master of Applied Science (Medical Physics), Queensland Institute of Technology|
|April 1975||Diploma in Education, University of New England|
|October 1971||Bachelor of Science (Physics & Maths), University of London|
|November 1970||Diploma of Science, Avondale University|
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Research Works (30)
Testing a Model of Resilience in Family Members of Relatives ...
Nursing and Health Papers and Journal Articles (2022)
Objective To test a model comprising explanatory (neurologic impairment, coping, personality) and mediating (resilience, self-efficacy, hope, social support) variables on ...
Factors Predicting the Mental Health of Adolescents Attending a Faith-based ...
Education Papers and Journal Articles (2020)
Background: Adolescents attending Seventh-day Adventist schools (Adventist) in Australia tend to experience good health and exhibit better health behaviors than ...
Flourish: The Impact of an Intergenerational Program on Third-grade Students ...
TEACH Journal of Christian Education (2020)
Intergenerational programs are increasingly being recognised as a means of promoting wellbeing through connecting communities, promoting caring relationships, and combating ...
Factors Predicting Alcohol Consumption in Adolescents Attending a Faith-Based School ...
Education Papers and Journal Articles (2019)
Structural equation modeling was used to explore the direct and indirect association of childhood experiences, attitudes, subjective norms, and intentions ...
Reducing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections in Hospitals: Study Protocol for ...
Nursing and Health Papers and Journal Articles (2017)
Introduction Despite advances in infection prevention and control, catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) are common and remain problematic. A number ...
Faith-Based Volunteer Motivation: Exploring the Applicability of the Volunteer Functions ...
Business Papers and Journal Articles (2016)
Increasingly studies on volunteer motivation are exploring the process stages of volunteerism with particular attention to recruitment and retention. Volunteer ...
The Impact of Neurobehavioural Impairment on Family Functioning and the ...
Nursing and Health Papers and Journal Articles (2013)
Objective: To examine the differential effect of neurobehavioral impairments (cognitive, behavioral, and social) on family functioning, family roles, and psychological ...
Effectiveness of a Volunteer-Delivered Lifestyle Modification Program for Reducing Cardiovascular ...
Science and Mathematics Papers and Journal Articles (2012)
Lifestyle modification has been demonstrated to effectively reduce the risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease, but there is a perception ...
Improving Learning in the Clinical Nursing Environment: Perceptions of Senior ...
Nursing and Health Papers and Journal Articles (2010)
Learning in the clinical environment has traditionally formed an integral part of nursing education programs in Australia. In tertiary-based nursing ...