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Researcher: Williams, D (Dr Danielle Williams)

Fields of Research

Primary Health Care
Cardiology (incl. Cardiovascular Diseases)
Sociology
Higher Education
Medicine, Nursing and Health Curriculum and Pedagogy
Cardiorespiratory Medicine and Haematology
Aged Health Care
Clinical Nursing: Primary (Preventative)
Public Health and Health Services
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Aged Care Nursing
Health and Community Services
Health Policy

Research Objectives

Nursing
Cardiovascular System and Diseases
Public Health (excl. Specific Population Health)
Behaviour and Health
Health and Support Services
Social Structure and Health
Religion and Society
Pedagogy
Learner and Learning Processes
Health
Health Related to Ageing
Clinical Health (Organs, Diseases and Abnormal Conditions)
Women's Health
Health Status (e.g. Indicators of Well-Being)
Health Inequalities

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'Learning not to listen' - overweight and obese women talk about their experiences of general practice; General Practice and Primary Health Care Research Conference
'Maybe it is just good enough': Clinical inertia and BP management; General Practice and Primary Health Care Research Conference
'Maybe it is just good enough': Clinical inertia and BP management; GP '09
A systematic review of experiences of advanced practice nursing in general practice; Bmc Nursing
Achieving a Sense of Place: A qualitative case study of 'place making' on an undergraduate nursing satellite campus; 6th International Nurse Education Conference
Achieving a sense of ‘place’: reflections from a satellite campus; Teaching Matters: Places and Spaces 2014
Barriers to diagnosing and managing hypertension; Heart Foundation Conference
Barriers to diagnosing and managing hypertension - a qualitative study in Australian general practice; Australian Family Physician
Constructing 'New Truths': grounded theory research with large bodied women; 6th Annual Thinking Qualitatively Workshop Series
Experiences of Advanced Practice Nursing in General Practice: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Studies; 10th Annual Graduate Research Conference, UTAS
LGBTI Health & Ageing in Tasmania
Making words matter: conducting 'good' qualitative research; General Practice & Primary Health Care Research Conference
Motivations for Seeking Bariatric Surgery: The Importance of Health Professionals and Social Networks; Bariatric Surgical Practice and Patient Care
PORRIGE - a cohort study of general practice registrars; Australian Family Physician
Qualitative study of barriers to diagnosing and managing hypertension in Australian general practice; 19th WONCA World Conference of Family Doctors
Quality clinical placements: The perspectives of undergraduate nursing students and their supervising nurses; Nurse Education Today
Reading and reflecting together as a community of practice through participation in a book club; Teaching Matters 2014 – “Spaces and Places”
The support needs of patients waiting for publicly funded bariatric surgery - implications for health service planners; Clinical Obesity
Understanding gender differences in bariatric surgery: Moving beyond traditional representation and appearance concerns; 13th International Congress on Obesity
Understanding the gendered nature of weight loss surgery: insights from an Australian qualitative study; Health Sociology Review
What are the support experiences and needs of patients who have received bariatric surgery?; Health Expectations

Research Projects

Experiences and expectations of LGBTI Tasmanians for care as they grow older; Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPAC)
Investigating the breastfeeding experiences, attitudes and knowledge of Tasmanian mothers with infants aged between 0-12 months; Tasmanian Early Years Foundation (TEYF)

Research Candidate Supervision

Best practice clinical governance for quality and safety at a healthcare facility
Decision Making in People with a Diagnosis of Chronic Kidney Disease (CHD)
Exploring womens' experience of midwifery group practice in Northern Tasmania-A new model
Implications of heart lung organ donation growth and technology changes on workforce funding and infrastructure