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Published Airway Foreign Body Inhalation in Children: A Queensland Experience
Lua Saylany, College of Medicine and Dentistry, 242841
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Airway foreign body inhalation (AFBI) is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition in the paediatric age group. This study aims to identify the risk factors, morbidity, and mortality associated with AFBI. These findings may then provide ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242841
Ongoing revision Genomic epidemiology of MRSA in Far North Queensland
Eike Steinig, Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine, 242831
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Drug-resistant Staphylococccus aureus is re-emerging in remote communities of Far North Queensland with the highest carriage rates in Australia. We aim to investigate the epidemiology of strains from the Cape York Peninsula and Torres Strait Islands ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242831
Published Molecules From Animals and Plants as Potential Novel Antibiotics
Visai Muruganandah, James Cook University, College of Medicine and Dentistry, 242801
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Tuberculosis (TB) kills more people annually than any other infectious disease. In recent times, TB has become resistant to many antibiotics. As such, new antibiotics are much needed. This project aims to discover naturally occurring molecules with ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242801
Published The impact of task shifting in health care
Ando Kerlen, College of Medicine and Dentistry, 242711
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Task shifting is one of the solutions being applied to alleviate medical workforce shortages and respond to other health care needs. This research project aims to investigate the role of task shifting in a hospital outpatient department using the ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242711
Published Disability inclusive disaster risk reduction strategies: The FNQ experience
Andree Malpass, Occupational Therapy, 242571
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Individuals with disabilities are at greater risk than the general population from the impact of natural disasters. This study will identify gaps in disability inclusive disaster risk reduction strategies for individuals with disabilities in FNQ, ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242571
Published ELIJA
Robert Johnston, Cairns Campus, 242561
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Investigating the biomarkers for the rapid diagnosis of joint infection and differentiation from inflammatory mimic
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242561
Published Patient and carer experiences of a geriatric service in General Practice
Rachel Quigley, Cairns Hospital OPSAR, 242401
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
This study will explore the experiences of patients and carers that have been through the Older Persons Enablement and Rehabilitation for Complex Health Conditions (OPEN ARCH) program. This program provides a new model of community-based geriatric ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242401
Published LEAP: Strengthening quality improvement in Indigenous primary health care
Sarah Larkins, College of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University, 242141
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
The LEAP project works with a Learning Community of 8 Indigenous primary health care services , peak bodies and governments to conduct cycles of action research. We aim to identify barriers to quality improvement across contexts, understand targeted ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242141
Published LEAP: Strengthening quality improvement in Indigenous primary health care
Sarah Larkins, College of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University, 242121
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
The LEAP project works with a Learning Community of 8 Indigenous primary health care services , peak bodies and governments to conduct cycles of action research. We aim to identify barriers to quality improvement across contexts, understand targeted ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242121
Completed Exploring how doctors learn clinical reasoning skills in north QLD
Paul Welch, College of Medicine and Dentistry, 242081
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Clinical reasoning skills are vital for medical practice but problematic to teach and learn. Four individual studies were undertaken, which together help describe how those skills are currently taught and learned in north QLD. The literature and ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242081
Published Evaluation of a Dietitian-led insertion and management of NGT service
Kara Cronin, Nutrition and Dietetics, 242061
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
This study will evaluate the safety, efficiency & acceptability of a dietitian-led nasogastric tube insertion & management service; and assess the impact of the service on delays to commence enteral nutrition (EN), interruptions to EN and incidence ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/242061
Published Expanding the Asian Tiger Mosquito control program across the Torres Strait
Tom Swan, College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences, 241731
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Mosquitoes are uncontestably one of the deadliest animals in the world. Our project will investigate the Asian Tiger Mosquito, a major dengue vector in the TS. Outcomes of this project will directly benefit the people of FNQ.
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/241731
Published Anatomy of Surgical Exposure
Alan de Costa, Surgery at Cairns Base Hospital and Cairns private Hospital, 241521
Event, James Cook University
3 day, course on teaching entire surgical curriculum on exposures on cadaver simulation . Attended by 20 trainees, with 10 stations with 15-20 surgical faculty on hand.
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/241521
Published Diabetic Myonecrosis: A retrospective review
Robert Johnston, Cairns Campus, 239951
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
This project is investigating an extremely painful complication of diabetes (diabetic myonecrosis) that effects higher numbers of patients in FNQ than elsewhere in Australia. The project will review past cases, to identify the best method of ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/239951
Published Evaluating a student-led service for older people in remote communities
Alice Cairns, James Cook University, Centre for Rural and Remote Health, Western Cape York, 239601
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
People living in remote communities have limited access to therapy services. A student-led service has been designed for older people living in Cape York. This research will explore if the student-led service model is valuable to the patients, their ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/239601
Published Transitioning from remote clinician to manager in remote health services
Leigh-ann Onnis, Indigenous Education and Research Centre, 239321
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
The career progression for most professions is from technical expert to manager, and the health sector is no different. This study investigates the transition from remote clinician to manager to understand why some clinicians thrive as managers; yet ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/239321
Completed Risk factors for the development of systemic sclerosis: a systematic review
Samuel Abbot, James Cook University, Cairns Campus, 238941
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
Since there is significant heterogeneity in what has been proposed to influence the development of systemic sclerosis (SSc), this systematic review was conducted to assess the impacts of different factors on SSc aetiology. Conclusion: Age between ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/238941
Published Hospital in-patient cardiac rehabilitation and referral systems in NQ
Patricia Field, James Cook University, 237501
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
This project investigates ' in-patients' understanding of their heart disease and treatment along with after hospital care and if referred to cardiac rehabilitation. Patients and staff will be interviewed, medical records checked, a report written ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/237501
Published Infective Endocarditis Guidelines: dentists’ and dental students’ adherence
Jessie Cummins, James Cook University- College of Medicine and Dentistry, 237261
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
This study aimed to evaluate the knowledge, complaince and attitudes of dentists and dental students at a Cairns University and associated University Dental Clinics to the updated Australian Therapeutic Guidelines for the prevention of infective ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/237261
Published Development of rural generalist medicine: An international comparison
Nicholas Schubert, College of Medicine and Dentistry, 237241
Project database (current and completed), James Cook University
‘How is rural generalist medicine being developed and applied internationally?’ The objectives are to: •Understand rural generalist medicine training in the international context •Identify common themes in RGM •Identify those components ...
au.researchweb.org/is/jcu/document/237241
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