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Researcher: Crisp, EP (Dr Elaine Crisp)

Fields of Research

Aged health care
Health services and systems
Acute care
Medicine, nursing and health curriculum and pedagogy
Rural and remote health services
Primary health care
Family care
Respiratory diseases
Health counselling
Health policy
Clinical midwifery
Community and primary care

Research Objectives

Evaluation of health and support services
Health policy evaluation
Health education and promotion
Health inequalities
Evaluation of health outcomes
Clinical health
Health related to ageing
Other health
Rural and remote area health
Allied health therapies (excl. mental health services)

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A Recipe for Success: localism and bounded rationality in lobbying for radiation therapy services in North West Tasmania; Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management
A recipe for success: Localism and bounded rationality in lobbying for radiation therapy services in north west Tasmania; SHAPE Symposium 2017
Aged care in Launceston; The Fabric of Launceston
An investigation of nursing students' knowledge of dementia: A questionnaire study; Nurse Education Today
Asylum or Anathema? The Rise of the Nursing Home is 20th century Australia; Conflict, Health and Progress: From Antiquity to the Present. School of History and Classics Postgraduate Conference
Beds, Books & Bandages: 125 Years of Nurse Education in Northern Tasmania
Clinical placements in residential care facilities part 1: positive experiences; Journal of Paramedic Practice
Clinical placements in residential care facilities part 2: negative experiences; Journal of Paramedic Practice
Establishment of radiation therapy services in North West Tasmania: A community need or election strategy?; BMC Health Services Research
Evaluation of an undergraduate medical student program delivered in an Australian residential aged care facility (RACF); ANZAHPE - OTTAWA 2016 Joint Conference
From Syphilis to Chandeliers: A history of aged care in Tasmania; Oral History Association of Australia (Tasmania) Annual Seminar
Going behind the clock': Care for the aged at the Orphan Schools site; Friends of the Orphan Schools
Investigating the referral of patients with non-urgent conditions to a regional Australian emergency department: a study protocol; BMC Health Services Research
Investigating why young people from vulnerable communities are more likely to present to the emergency department with non-urgent conditions; Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care Global Conference
Journey of care and compassion
Learning opportunities in a residential aged care facility: the role of supported placements for first-year nursing students; Journal of Nursing Education
Mothers' views of health problems in the 12 months after childbirth: a concept mapping study; Journal of Advanced Nursing
Nurses still at heart of state's health care
Prioritising the development of paramedic students’ interpersonal skills; Journal of Paramedic Practice
Security, Care, Comfort, The LGH and Cosgrove Park; LGH Historical Committee Seminar 2013
Socioeconomic disadvantage as a driver of non-urgent emergency department presentations: A retrospective data analysis; PloS One
The emergency department and non-urgent presentations: What is northern Tasmania’s experience?; Emergency Tasmania Symposium 2018
The End of Life at the Edge of the World: Aspects of aged care in Tasmania 1827-1994; Australian Historical Association Conference 2011
The role of advance care planning in end-of-life care for residents of aged care facilities; The Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing (Online)
The state of our emergency departments: Tasmanian trends and perspectives; 15th International Conference for Emergency Nurses
The ‘fallacy of normalcy’: a content analysis of women's online post-childbirth health-related support; Women and Birth
Then and Now: 200 Years of Aged Care in Tasmania; ANF Aged Care Conference
Understanding Research Methods for Evidence-Based Practice in Health 1e; John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Women's help-seeking behaviours within the first twelve months after childbirth: A systematic qualitative meta-aggregation review; Midwifery
‘A special branch of training’: Specialized geriatric nursing in Tasmania in the mid 20th century; International Council of Nurses 25th Quadrennial Congress

Research Projects

Primary care to emergency department: right service, right time, right place; Clifford Craig Foundation (CCFoundation)
Royal Flying Doctor Service Tasmania: Primary Care Consortium

Research Candidate Supervision

Can stand alone subacute healthcare facilities demonstrate positive clinical outcomes in a cost effective way whilst supporting general acute and mental health facilities?
How Organisational and Public Policy Effects the Accessibility of Cancer Services in Tasmania and the Impact of these on the Patient Experience