Dr Lillian Hayes



RN, PhD MPH DipEd(Sec) Sydney BA UNSW DipEd(Nursing) SCAE


Recently funded research

2013 White K, McKenzie H, Hayes L, Simpson J, Horvath L, Willcock S, Cox K, Fethney J, Evaluating a shared care pathway intervention to reduce chemotherapy outpatients' unplanned presentations to hospital: National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants. $624,000

2008 McKenzie H, Hayes L, Cox K, White K, Boughton M, Fethney J & Dunn J, Reducing chemotherapy outpatients’ unplanned presentations to hospital: A nurse lead intervention, Nurses And Midwives Board Of New South Wales Cat 5 Scholarship, $30,000

2007 McKenzie H, Cox K, Hayes L, White K & Boughton M, Phase one of an innovative care plan for chemotherapy outpatients. Meryk, Sharpe and Dome, $10,000

2007 Ronaldson S, Hayes, L, Green J, Carey M & Aggar C, Spirituality and Spiritual Caring – Nurses’ perspectives, knowledge and practise interventions in acute care and palliative care, Nurses And Midwives Board of New South Wales Cat 5 Scholarship, $29,963

2006 McKenzie H, Kwok C, Boughton M, Hayes L, Forsyth S & Moreau E, ‘Exploring the relationship between community nurses and Chinese cancer patients in Sydney’. University of Sydney, Faculty of Nursing, Development Grant, $49,905

2005 Ronaldson S, Hayes L & Carey M, ‘Introduction of a Palliative Approach in Residential Aged Care Facilities: A study of nurses’ knowledge and attitudes – a basis for palliative care education’. University of Sydney, Faculty of Nursing Development Grant, $30, 843

2005 Hayes L, Surveillance of socio-economic and locational (urban/rural) inequalities in mortality 1995–2003 in NSW, University of Sydney RD/ECR $11,715

2004 McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L & Forsyth S, ‘The effects of nursing practice on community cancer care: a pilot study of patient and nurse perceptions’. University of Sydney, Faculty of Nursing, Seeding Grant, $9,564

2004 McKenzie H, Boughton M, Forsyth S & Hayes L. ‘The effects of nursing practice on personal experiences of cancer care in rural and remote settings: an exploratory study of patient and nurse perceptions’. University of Sydney Cancer Research Fund, $47,930

Publications

Journals

Ronaldson S, Hayes L, Carey M, Aggar C (2008) A study of nurses' knowledge of a palliative approach in residential aged care facilities, International Journal of Older People Nursing, Dec:158-267

McKenzie H, Cox K, Hayes L, White K, Boughton M, Fethney J, Dunn J (2008) Chemotherapy outpatients unplanned presentations to hospital: a retrospective study, Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, 4, s2, A80

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L, Forsyth S, Davies M, Underwood E & McVey P (2007) A sense of security for cancer patients at home: the role of community nurses. Health and Social Care, 15(4)352-359

Hayes L & Berry G (2006) Comparing the part with the whole: Should overlap be ignored in public health measures. Journal of Public Health 28(3), 278-282.

Hayes L, Quine S & Taylor R (2005) New South Wales trends in mortality differentials between small rural and urban communities over a 25 year period, 1970–1994, Australian Journal of Rural Health, 13:69-74

Hayes L, Quine S, Taylor R & Berry G (2002) Socioeconomic mortality differentials in Sydney over a quarter of a century, 1970–94, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 26(4):311-317

Hayes L & Berry G (2002) Sampling variability of the Kunst–Mackenbach index of inequality, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 56:762-765

Overland J, Hayes L & Yue D (2002) Social disadvantage: Its impact on the use of Medicare services related to diabetes in NSW, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 26(3):262-265

Hayes LJ (2002) Socioeconomic inequalities in all-cause and specific-cause mortality in Australia: 1985–1987 to 1995–1997, International Journal of Epidemiology, 31:257-258

Quine S, Taylor R & Hayes LJ (1995) Australian Trends in Mortality by SES using NSW Small Area Data, International Journal of Biosocial Science, 27(4)409-419

Hayes LJ, Quine S & Bush J (1994) Attitude change amongst nursing students towards Australian Aborigines. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 32(1),67-76

Books

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L, Forsyth S (2008) Explaining the Complexities and Value of Nursing Practice and Knowledge. In Crouch M & Morley I (eds), Illumination Through Critical Prisms, Rodopi, Amsterdam.

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L, Forsyth S (2007) Struggling to Articulate the Value of its Knowledge Base: The Crisis in Contemporary Nursing. In Morley I (ed.), The Value of Knowledge, Vol.46, At the Interface Series, The Interdisciplinary Press, Oxford, pp15-26. ISBN: 978-1-904710-45-5.

Elliott D & Hayes LJ (2003) Observational design and methods, in Schneider Z, Elliott D, LoBiondo-Wood G & Haber J (eds), Nursing research: methods, critical appraisal and utilisation (2nd edn), Mosby, Sydney, pp295-315.

Other articles/papers

Supramaniam R, Smith D, Coates M, Hayes L & Armstrong B (1998) Breast Cancer Survival in NSW in 1973 to 1995, Sydney: NSW Cancer Council.

Armitage SK, Kavanagh KM, & Hayes LJ (1995) Published research report, An analysis of continuing care at the interface of hospital and community nursing services, Sydney: University of Sydney.

Hayes LJ, Taylor R & Quine S (1993) Surveillance of Socio-economic Differentials in Health Status in NSW 1970–89 using Mortality Analysis by Local Government Area, Sydney: NSW Dept of Health. (Commissioned by the NSW Better Health Program)

Taylor R, Coates M, Smith D & Hayes L (1993) Incidence of Leukaemia and Lymphoma and All-Cause Mortality in Sutherland and Warringah Shires, Aggregation of Postcodes within Sutherland Shire, Sydney: Lucas Height Reactor Review. (Commissioned by the Research Reactor Review)

Recent presentations

Ronaldson S, Hayes L, Green G, Aggar C, Carey M (2009) Spirituality in end of life care – palliative care nurses’ spiritual caring interventions & barriers Together! The International Conference on Cultural Connections for Quality Care at the End of Life – Combining the 10th Australian Palliative Care Conference and the 8th Asia Pacific Hospice Conference, 24–27 September 2009, Perth

McKenzie H, Cox K, Hayes L, White K, Boughton M, Dunn J (2008) Chemotherapy outpatients’ unplanned presentations to hospital: a retrospective study, 2008 COSA – IACR Joint scientific meeting, Sydney, 18–20, November 2008

Ronaldson S, Hayes L, Green G, Aggar Cr, Carey M (2008) Spirituality and spiritual caring in nursing – perspectives and interventions of palliative care nurses. Palliative Care Nurses Australia, 2nd Annual Conference, Adelaide, 12–13 September

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L, Forsyth S Explaining the complexities of Practice: the inadequacies of the nursing lexicon Royal College of Nursing Australia “Illuminating Nursing” Sydney from 11–14 July 2007

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L, Forsyth S Struggling to articulate the value of its knowledge base: the crisis in contemporary nursing, Value of Knowledge conference, Education conference Sydney 12–14 February

Hayes L National Homelessness Research Seminar, Setting future directions for homeless research. Exodus Foundation Health Study 2005–2006: from conception to dissemination – invited contributor April 2007

McKenzie HM, Boughton MA, Hayes LJ & Forsyth SM (2006) Making a difference: community nurses and cancer care, Mini-poster presented at the University of Sydney College of Health Sciences Health Research Conference 2006: ‘From Cell to Society 5’, Leura, 9–10 November

Ronaldson S, Hayes LJ, Carey M & Aggar C (2006) Introduction of a palliative approach in residential aged care facilities: A study of nurses’ and carers’ knowledge and attitudes – a basis for palliative care education. Mini-poster presented at the University of Sydney College of Health Sciences Health Research Conference 2006: ‘From Cell to Society 5,’ Leura, 9–10 November

Hayes L & Scott-Wandmaker T (2006) Severe marginalisation, health disadvantage and health care. Paper presented at the 37th Public Health Association Annual Conference: ‘Tackling the determinants of health from the bush to Bondi,’ Sydney, 25–27 September

Ronaldson S, Hayes L, Carey M & Aggar C (2006) Residential aged care nurses’ knowledge of palliative care, Paper presented at the Inaugural Palliative Care Nurses Australia Conference 2006: ‘Strength in Working Together’, Melbourne, 8–9 September

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L & Forsyth S (2006) Rendering the invisible visible in the nurse patient relationship in community cancer care. Paper presented at the 9th CNSA Winter Congress, Adelaide, 14–15 July

Ronaldson S, Hayes L, Carey M & Aggar C (2006) Introduction of a palliative approach in residential aged care facilities: A study of nurses’ and carers’ knowledge and attitudes – a basis of palliative care education. Paper presented at the Royal College of Nurses Australia Annual Conference, Cairns, 12–14 July

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L & Forsyth S (2006) Making connections between nursing practice and health care reform: a new research model. Paper presented at the 7th International Interdisciplinary Conference: Advances in Qualitative Methods, Gold Coast, 13–15 July

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L, Forsyth S, Davies M & Underwood E (2005) Making a difference in community cancer care, COSA Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane 16–18 November 2005

McKenzie H, Boughton M, Hayes L & Forsyth S (2005) A research model for exploring the complexities of community cancer care, RCNA Conference, Adelaide, 6–8 July 2005.

Stainton C, Hayes L, Plymat K, Reynolds M & Ingram S (2002) Improving bladder outcomes in childbearing women, CAM ACSF 2nd Annual Meeting and Conference, Strengthening Midwifery: the next decade, Richmond, British Columbia, 3 October

Stainton C, Plymat K, Hayes L, Reynolds M, Murphy B, Jarvis S & Rubin G (2000) Improving bladder outcomes in childbearing women, College of Health Sciences Second Research Conference 2000 “From Cell to Society”, Leura, NSW, 28–29 October

Hayes LJ, Quine S & Taylor R (1998) Surveillance of socioeconomic differentials over a 25 year period, 1970–1994. College of Health sciences Inaugural Research, Conference 1998 From Cell to Society, Leura

Hayes LJ, Quine S & Taylor R (1996) Mortality differentials – a study of NSW Local Government Areas. The 28th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia Inc. Threats to Public Health – Challenges and Strategies, Perth

Armitage SK, Kavanagh KM, & Hayes LJ (1995) The interface of hospital and community nursing services, Research Day, Faculty of Nursing, University of Sydney

Hayes LJ, Quine S, Taylor R & Coates M (1995) Methodological Issues Associated with Deriving Consistent population data for examining trends over time, Proceedings of the Australian Epidemiological Association Annual Conference, Cairns

Taylor R, Hayes LJ & Quine S (1995) Are mortality differentials widening? An analysis of Sydney Municipalities 1970 to 1992, Public Health Association Conference Participation in Health, Cairns

Monaro S, Hayes LJ & Hanson R (1994) Screening for Aortic Aneurysm: A Pilot study, Eastern Sydney Area Health Service & Faculty of Nursing, University of Sydney, Clinical Academic Nursing Unit. Inaugural Nursing Research Conference, Sydney

Hayes LJ, Quine S (1994) Nurses as Equal Partners in Multidisciplinary Research: An Example from Community Health. International Nursing Research Congress .The Adventure of Nursing practice Through Research: A Brave New World. Sydney

Hayes LJ, Quine S & Bush J (1992) Attitude change towards Aborigines by nursing students, The Public Health Association 5th Annual Conference, Alice Springs