Dr Jennifer Green

RN, PhD Sydney MA(Ed) Macquarie BEd(Nursing) ACAE IntCareCert (Sydney Hospital)
Lecturer

M02A - 88 Mallett Street - Building A
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0644
Fax +61 2 9351 0508

Biographical details

Jennifer Green's clinical experience is predominantly in acute/critical care. She has extensive experience teaching in both acute hospital and educational settings, to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. She has taught at Sydney Nursing School for several years and in that time has been a driving force in the development and implementation of highly evaluated units of study that relate to the management of acutely ill patients.

Jennifer has maintained currency in clinical teaching through clinical exposure in acute care health settings. She also maintains a keen interest in the quality of students' clinical experience (both on and off campus) and am currently researching how well prepared the first cohort of graduate entry, Master of Nursing graduates were for practice in the clinical arena.

Research interests

Jennifer's research interests include understanding how people experience living with illness. Her doctoral studies uncovered how people experience living with lymphoedema that occurred as the consequence of the treatment of cancer.

Teaching and supervision

Jennifer supervises research students who explore how people experience illness; for example, bereavement experiences of the older woman and the experiences of younger women who have suffered an acute myocardial infarction.

Keywords

Psychosocial aspects of illness; Education; Research based; Critically ill patients; Nursing

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Gordon, C., Frotjold, A., Fethney, J., Green, J., Hardy, J., Maw, M., Buckley, T. (2013). The Effectiveness of Simulation-Based Blood Pressure Training in Preregistration Nursing Students. Simulation in Healthcare, 8(5), 335-340. [More Information]
  • Ronaldson, S., Hayes, L., Aggar, C., Green, J., Carey, M. (2012). Spirituality and spiritual caring: nurses' perspectives and practice in palliative and acute care environments. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(15-16), 2126-2135. [More Information]
  • Mutsonziwa, G., Green, J. (2011). Colonised and isolated: a qualitative metasynthesis of patients' experiences of being infected with multiple drug resistant organisms and subsequent isolation. Healthcare Infection (Previously: Australian Infection Control until 2007), 16(4), 147-155. [More Information]
  • St George, A., Johnston, A., Bauman, A., Iverson, D., Tapsell, L., McCaughan, G., Strasser, S., McGrath, L., Green, J., Farrell, G., George, J. (2006). Lifestyle intervention in early liver disease: metabolic changes at 3 months. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 21(Suppl. 4), A315.

Conferences

  • Frotjold, A., Gordon, C., Hardy, J., Maw, M., Green, J., Buckley, T. (2012). Preparedness of Pre-Registration Nursing Students for Blood Pressure Measurement During Clinical Practice Using Human Patient Simulators. Simhealth 2011, Sydney, Australia: Simulation Australia.
  • Ronaldson, S., Green, J., Hayes, L., Agaar, C. (2007). Researching spirituality in nursing - meeting the challenge in clinical environments. Royal College of Nursing Australia Conference: Illuminating Nursing.
  • Green, J., Maw, M., West, S. (2006). Integrated clinical experience:perspective of final year preregistration nursing. Australian Nurse Teachers Society Conference.
  • Green, J., Lawler, J. (2006). Understanding the Lived Experience of Lymphoedema through Heuristic Inquiry. 7th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Advances in Qualitative Methods, Australia.
  • Green, J. (2004). Clinical Management of Lymphoedema. Cancer Nursing and Lymphoedema Therapy Conference, Not Published: Not Published.
  • Green, J. (2004). Lymphoedema - the facts. Cancer Nursing and Lymphoedema Therapy Conference, Not Published: Not Published.
  • Green, J. (2004). Managing Lymphoedema, Vascular Nursing Conference. Vascular Nursing Conference, Not Published: Not Published.
  • Green, J. (2001). Managing lymphoedema.
  • Green, J. (2001). Reflections on illness: what lies beneath? Stories from the Field 2 Conference, : Ads & Adea.

2013

  • Gordon, C., Frotjold, A., Fethney, J., Green, J., Hardy, J., Maw, M., Buckley, T. (2013). The Effectiveness of Simulation-Based Blood Pressure Training in Preregistration Nursing Students. Simulation in Healthcare, 8(5), 335-340. [More Information]

2012

  • Frotjold, A., Gordon, C., Hardy, J., Maw, M., Green, J., Buckley, T. (2012). Preparedness of Pre-Registration Nursing Students for Blood Pressure Measurement During Clinical Practice Using Human Patient Simulators. Simhealth 2011, Sydney, Australia: Simulation Australia.
  • Ronaldson, S., Hayes, L., Aggar, C., Green, J., Carey, M. (2012). Spirituality and spiritual caring: nurses' perspectives and practice in palliative and acute care environments. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(15-16), 2126-2135. [More Information]

2011

  • Mutsonziwa, G., Green, J. (2011). Colonised and isolated: a qualitative metasynthesis of patients' experiences of being infected with multiple drug resistant organisms and subsequent isolation. Healthcare Infection (Previously: Australian Infection Control until 2007), 16(4), 147-155. [More Information]

2007

  • Ronaldson, S., Green, J., Hayes, L., Agaar, C. (2007). Researching spirituality in nursing - meeting the challenge in clinical environments. Royal College of Nursing Australia Conference: Illuminating Nursing.

2006

  • Green, J., Maw, M., West, S. (2006). Integrated clinical experience:perspective of final year preregistration nursing. Australian Nurse Teachers Society Conference.
  • St George, A., Johnston, A., Bauman, A., Iverson, D., Tapsell, L., McCaughan, G., Strasser, S., McGrath, L., Green, J., Farrell, G., George, J. (2006). Lifestyle intervention in early liver disease: metabolic changes at 3 months. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 21(Suppl. 4), A315.
  • Green, J., Lawler, J. (2006). Understanding the Lived Experience of Lymphoedema through Heuristic Inquiry. 7th International Interdisciplinary Conference on Advances in Qualitative Methods, Australia.

2004

  • Green, J. (2004). Clinical Management of Lymphoedema. Cancer Nursing and Lymphoedema Therapy Conference, Not Published: Not Published.
  • Green, J. (2004). Lymphoedema - the facts. Cancer Nursing and Lymphoedema Therapy Conference, Not Published: Not Published.
  • Green, J. (2004). Managing Lymphoedema, Vascular Nursing Conference. Vascular Nursing Conference, Not Published: Not Published.

2001

  • Green, J. (2001). Managing lymphoedema.
  • Green, J. (2001). Reflections on illness: what lies beneath? Stories from the Field 2 Conference, : Ads & Adea.

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