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DR Rochelle WYNNE

Positions

  • Patient Outcomes in the Acute Care Context (Cardiothoracic Surgery)
  • Patient Outcomes in the Acute Care Context (Critical Care Nursing)
  • Patient Outcomes in the Acute Care Context (Lung Cancer)
  • Patient Outcomes in the Acute Care Context (Pulmonary Dysfunction)
  • Statistical Methods (Logistic Regression Modeling)

Overview

Affiliation

Member of

  • The Australian and New Zealand Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons. Affiliate Member 2013 -
  • The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. Member 2011 -
  • The Australasian Lung Cancer Trials Group. Member 2011 -
  • The Psycho-oncology Co-operative Research Group. Member 2011 -
  • The American College of Chest Physicians. Affiliate Member 2005 -
  • The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand. Affiliate Member 2003 -
  • The Royal College of Nursing Australia. Member 1997 -
  • The Australian College of Critical Care Nurses. Management Committee Member 1997 to 1998, Vice President 1999 to 2000 1995 -
  • Royal Melbourne Hospital Graduate Nurses Association. Vice President 1991 -

Publications

Selected publications

Awards

Education and training

  • GC, Swinburne University of Technology 2012
  • PhD, Deakin University 2010
  • MEd, La Trobe University 1998
  • PGDACN, University of Melbourne 1995
  • RN, Royal Melbourne Hospital 1991

Awards and honors

  • Nursing Research Award, The Alfred Hospital, 2006
  • Jane Bell Award, Royal Melbourne Hospital Graduate Nurses Association, 2005
  • Myrtle Ivy Quicke Memorial Scholarship, Royal College of Nursing Australia, 2004
  • Centaur Nurses Memorial Education Trust, Royal College of Nursing Australia, 2004
  • Recipient of the Kathleen B Smith Memorial Award for Publication of a Nursing Paper, The Alfred Hospital, 2004
  • Nursing Scholarship Award, 27th Australian & NZ ASM, 'Analgesic administration practices and patients pain after cardiac surgery.', Australian College of Critical Care Nurses (ACCCN), 2002
  • 'Dora Lush' Biomedical Postgraduate Research Scholarship, NH&MRC: Dora Lush Biomedical Scholarship, 2002
  • Nursing Scholarship Award ~ 24th Australian & New Zealand ASM for a study titled 'Nurses' perceptions of structural change.', Australian College of Critical Care Nurses (ACCCN), 1999

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Supervision

Available for supervision

  • Y

Supervision Statement

  • I am available for supervision and to date have co-supervised the following projects;
    Cornish S (2015). Use of protective lung strategies in the management of mechanically ventilated adult emergency department patients: a cross sectional survey. Degree: MANP Minor Thesis. Wynne R (100%).

    Boltong A (2013). Prospective study of the effects of adjuvant breast cancer chemotherapy on taste function and food hedonics. Degree: PhD. Supervision: Aranda S (40%), Wynne R (35%), Keast R (25%).

    Vassiliou T (2011-current). An evaluation of pain assessment and management practices using a new electronic information system: implications for quality of care in the emergency department. Degree: Master of Philosophy. Supervision: Gerdtz M (50%), Knott J (25%), Wynne R (25%).

    Fitzgerald S (2012-current). Frailty in patients undergoing elective cardiac surgery. Degree: Master of Philosophy. Supervision: Denehy L (40%), El Ansery D (30%),
    Wynne R (30%).

    Al Mattar H (2010). Glycaemic control in adults with continuous insulin infusion after coronary artery bypass surgery. Degree: MANP Minor Thesis. Wynne R (100%).