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Researcher: Say, RE (Mr Richard Say)

Fields of Research

Higher education
Medicine, nursing and health curriculum and pedagogy
Sub-acute care
Creative arts, media and communication curriculum and pedagogy
Curriculum and pedagogy theory and development
Educational technology and computing
Mental health services
Community and primary care

Research Objectives

Learner and learning
Health education and promotion
Teaching and instruction technologies
Mental health
Expanding knowledge in education

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A cognitive load theory simulation design to assess and manage deteriorating patients; International journal of nursing education scholarship
Acid burn attacks: Looking beneath the surface; Journal of Advanced Nursing
Australian graduating nursesí knowledge, intentions and beliefs on infection prevention and control: a cross-sectional study; BMC Nursing
Conversations challenging assumptions in teaching and learning spaces; Teaching Matters 2017
Designing low-fidelity simulation: A cognitive load theory approach; Teaching Matters 2018
Evaluation of a collaborative testing approach to objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) in undergraduate nurse education: A survey study; Nurse Education in Practice
Exploring and improving student engagement in an accelerated undergraduate nursing program through a mentoring partnership: An action research study; International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship
Exploring the first-year experience in a diverse population: using participatory action research to explore strategies to support student transition into fasttrack undergraduate degree programs; Student Success
Formative online quizzes and self-regulated learning: are the students guessing, cheating or just becoming good nurses?; NETNEP2018 - 7th International Nurse Education Conference
Identifying health literacy levels and modifiable risk factors in adults with cardiovascular disease; Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting and the International Society for Heart Research Australasian Section Annual Scientific Meeting
Leadership development: Enhancing staff and student mentor capability to improve engagement and retention in a two-year 'fast track' degree program; Teaching Matters 2016: Transforming Practice through Innovation and Partnerships
Peer Learning Circles: Peer mentoring and evaluation of teaching within a Bachelor of Nursing program in Australia; Places and Spaces Teaching Matters 2014
Promoting self-regulated learning through feedback for nursing students completing formative online multiple-choice question tests; Teaching Matters 2017
The effect of nurse-led education on hospitalisation, readmission, quality of life and cost in adults with heart failure. A systematic review; Patient Education and Counseling
Walking Together: Enhancing staff and student leadership and mentorship capability at Rozelle

Research Projects

The health Literacy Adults with Cardiovascular Disease (ACD) study

Research Candidate Supervision