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Researcher: Warnecke, E (Dr Emma Warnecke)

Fields of Research

Health services and systems
Mental health services
Primary health care
Education assessment and evaluation
Educational administration, management and leadership
Cardiology (incl. cardiovascular diseases)
Medicine, nursing and health curriculum and pedagogy
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Traditional, complementary and integrative medicine
Higher education
Educational psychology
Organisational behaviour
Educational counselling
Teacher education and professional development of educators
Human resources management
Clinical sciences
Endocrinology
Health informatics and information systems
Sports science and exercise
Health counselling
Health and community services

Research Objectives

Mental health
Clinical health
Mental health services
Assessment, development and evaluation of curriculum
Women's and maternal health
Other education and training
Other health
Learner and learning
Policies and development
Health education and promotion
Expanding knowledge in the health sciences
Evaluation of health outcomes
Management, resources and leadership
Management
Expanding knowledge in commerce, management, tourism and services
Specific population health (excl. Indigenous health)
Teacher and instructor development
Pedagogy
Behaviour and health
Preventive medicine

Career Best Publications

A randomised controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on medical student stress levels; Medical Education

Research Publications

5-year follow-up of a randomised controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on medical practitioners’ stress; MedEdPublish
A 5-year follow-up study of a randomised controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on medical professionals stress; Wellbeing at Work Conference
A randomised control trial of mindfulness practice on medical student stress levels; ANZAHPE
A randomised controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on medical student stress levels; Medical Education
A randomized controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on doctoral candidate psychological status; Journal of American College Health
An integrated approach to workplace mental health
Barriers to lifestyle discussions in hypertension: a qualitative study of Australian general practitioners; Hypertension
Barriers to lifestyle risk factor assessment and management in hypertension: a qualitative study of Australian general practitioners; Journal of Human Hypertension
Challenges in doctoral research and psychological distress of candidates
Check: Integrative Medicine; Check. Independent Learning Program for GPs
Daily mindfulness practice increases psychological capital and reduces depression in doctoral students; 39th Annual Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA)
Developing a medical workforce for an Australian regional, island state; Rural and remote health
Do we have an ethical duty to manage medical student stress and if so how?; ANZAHPE
Doctoral student distress and progress - can mindfulness help?; Teaching Matters 2015: Tasmanian Blends
Effects of mindfulness on psychological distress and HbA1c in people with diabetes; Mindfulness
Examiner training for OSCEs; MBBS Curriculum Review Forum
GPMagic - measuring and growing inherent capacity (for learning and teaching in Tasmanian General Practice); RACGP Annual Scientific Convention: GP11
GPMagic - measuring and growing inherent capacity for learning and teaching in Tasmanian General Practice; General Practice Education and Training Conference
Integrative management in women's health; RACGP Annual Scientific Convention: GP11
Inter-rater reliability: comparison of checklist and global scoring for OSCEs; Creative Education
Lifestyle risk factor management in hypertension: What are the barriers in Australian general practice?; GP12 Conference
Master of Mental Health (General Practitioner)
Medical students' perceptions of using e-learning to enhance the acquisition of consulting skills; Australasian Medical Journal
Mindfulness can help PhD students shift from surviving to thriving
Playing the numbers game – how do we get the numbers right when we are dealing with people, not mathematics?; ANZAHPE - OTTAWA 2016 Joint Conference
Psychological health of doctoral candidates, study-related challenges and perceived performance; Higher Education Research and Development
Research: Why aren’t more medical students doing it?; Australasian Medical Journal
Student support matters; Proceedings of the 10th Teaching Matters Conference
The art of communication; Australian Family Physician
The dilemmas of assessing professional behaviour in a medical degree; ANZAHPE
The efficacy of medical student selection tools in Australia and New Zealand; Medical Journal of Australia
The predictive validity of the UMAT: A multi-institutional study; SSHPC - the Australasian Student Selection for the Health Professions Conference
Using on-line examiner training to improve inter-rater reliability; Proceedings of the 15th Ottawa Conference
What works? Evidence for lifestyle and nonprescription therapies in menopause; Australian Family Physician
Workplace mental health: Co-production of an action plan for Australia; Work, Stress, and Health Conference: Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities
“They liven the place up!” Tasmanian rural general practice medical student placements; 14th National Rural Health Conference

Research Projects

Impact of mindfulness on medical student stress levels - a randomised control trial; Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Education (ANZAHPE)
Making guidelines meet the challenge of multimorbidity in general practice: development of an evidence-based approach to integration of disease specific guidelines to better manage multimorbidity; Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
Understanding the perspectives of general practitioners regarding sedentary behaviour management in primary care: a qualitative study; Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
UMAT Longitudinal Study

Research Candidate Supervision