Terry, Daniel

Phone: (03) 53278577
Email: d.terry@federation.edu.au
Room: H116
Position: Lecturer
Discipline: Nursing

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Tasmania, 2014
  • Graduate Certificate in University Teaching, The University of Melbourne, 2017
  • Graduate Certificate in Research, University of Tasmania, 2014
  • Masters of International Health, Curtin University, 2011
  • Graduate Certificate of International Health, Curtin University, 2009
  • Diploma of Management, Esset Australia, 2008
  • Bachelor of Nursing, University of Tasmania, 2003

Teaching areas

  • Transition of Professional Nursing
  • Masters of Health

Professional associations

Australian Nursing Board Registration – Registered Nurse (Div1)

Research interests

  • Acculturation of International Medical Graduates in Australia.
  • Health and well-being of rural and migrant communities.
  • Chronic ill health, particularly Asthma, Hypertension, Chronic Kidney disease and Diabetes.
  • Rural health workforce, specifically nursing and medical workforce.
  • Community Nursing, Midwifery, Family and Child Health.
  • Critical Discourse Analysis
  • Graduate Scholar Award – The Health, Wellness, and Society Grant, $500, 2014.
  • Graduate Research Travel grant – University of Tasmania, $1935, 2013.
  • Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) Scholarship, $30,000 p.a., 2011-2014.
  • Primary Health Care Research, Evaluation and Development (PHCRED) Award, University of Tasmania, $3,000, 2011.
  • Royal College of Nursing Undergraduate Scholarship, $10,000 p.a., 2002-2003.
  • Acute Care Nursing Award, University of Tasmania, 2003.
  • Dean’s Honour Role for Academic Excellence, 2001-2003.

Grants and awards

Grants
  • Longitudinal study of health, disease and access to care in rural Victoria: the Crossroads follow up study (Associate Investigator): Grant of $1,060,688, funding through National Health and Medical Research Council - Partnership Projects, 2016-2018.
  • The Ian Potter Foundation Travel grant to attend the '39th Annual Rural Health' Conference, National Rural Health Association (NRHA). Grant of $1,500. Funding provided through The Ian Potter Foundation, 2016.
  • Improving access to Vocational Education Training (VET) and industry placement among Deaf youth and adults in rural and regional Tasmania: Grant of $242,810, funded through the Skills Tasmania Equity Support Program, 2014-2016.
  • Building an inclusive and interactive bridge between deaf people, local communities and organisations in Tasmania: Community grant of $20,252, funded by the Tasmanian Community Fund, 2014.
  • Rock-a-bye baby: An online lullaby education program for mother and infant health and wellbeing: Research grant of $15,528, funded by Tasmanian Early Years Foundation, 2014
Awards
  • Graduate Scholar Award – The Health, Wellness, and Society Grant, $500, 2014.
  • Graduate Research Travel grant – University of Tasmania, $1935, 2013.
  • Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) Scholarship, $30,000 p.a., 2011-2014.
  • Primary Health Care Research, Evaluation and Development (PHCRED) Award, University of Tasmania, $3,000, 2011.
  • Royal College of Nursing Undergraduate Scholarship, $10,000 p.a., 2002-2003.
  • Acute Care Nursing Award, University of Tasmania, 2003.
  • Dean’s Honour Role for Academic Excellence, 2001-2003.

Publications

Journal articles

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Nguyen, H. N., Malatzky, C. (2017). Misconceptions of the Deaf: Giving voice to the voiceless. Health, Culture and Society. 10(1): 49-61. https://doi.org/10.5195/hcs.2017.211

Prengaman, M., Terry, D., Schmitz, D., Baker, E. (2017). The Nursing Community Apgar: Recruiting and retaining Australian rural nurses. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care. 17(2):148-171

Robins, S., Gardiner, S., Terry, D. (2017). The urban-rural divide: hypertensive disease hospitalisations in Victoria 2010-2015. Australasian Medical Journal. 10(11):953-963.

Terry, D., Robins, S., Gardiner, S., Wyett, R., Islam, R. (2017). Asthma hospitalisation trends from 2010 to 2015: variation among rural and metropolitan Australians. BMC Public Health. 17(723):1-11. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-017-4704-y

Bourke, L., Malatzky, C., Terry, D., Nixon, R., Ferguson, K., Ferguson, P. (2017). Perspectives of Aboriginal issues among non-Aboriginal residents of rural Victorian communities. Australian Journal of Social Issues. 52(3):200-216. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajs4.16

Smith, T., Sutton, K., Pit, S., Muyambi, K. Terry, D., Farthing, A., Courtney, C., and Cross, M. (2017). Health professional students' rural placement satisfaction and rural practice intentions: a national cross-sectional survey. Australian Journal of Rural Health. 25(4):191-197. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajr.12375

Lim, A., Iyengar, V., Terry, D., Islam, R. (2017). Is prior aspirin use associated with reduced severity in patients with acute pancreatitis? Universal Journal of Public Health. 5(4): 151-156.

Terry, D., Ervin, K., Soutter, E., Spiller, R., Nogare, N.D., Hamilton, A. J. (2017). Do Not “Let Them Eat Cake”: Correlation of Food-Consumption Patterns among Rural Primary School Children from Welfare and Non-Welfare Households. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 14(1): 1-26.

Nguyen, H., Terry, D. (2017). English Learning Strategies among EFL Learners: A Narrative Approach. IAFOR Journal of Language Learning, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.22492/ijll.3.1.01

Terry, D., Baker, E., Schmitz, D. (2016). Community assets and capabilities to recruit and retain GPs: the Community Apgar Questionnaire in Rural Victoria. Rural and Remote Health (Internet). 16: 3990. http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subviewnew.asp?ArticleID=3990

Barrett, A., Terry, D., Lê, Q., Hoang, H. (2016). Factors influencing community nursing roles and health service provision in rural areas: A review of literature. Contemporary Nurse. 52 (1): 119-135. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10376178.2016.1198234

Ranson, N., Terry, D., Glenister, K., Adam, B., Wright, J. (2016). Integrated and consumer directed care: A necessary paradigm shift for rural chronic ill health. Australian Journal of Primary Health. 22(3): 176-180. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/PY15056

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Nguyen, H. (2016). Moving forward with dignity: Exploring health awareness in an isolated Deaf community of Australia. Disability and Health Journal. 9 (2): 281-288. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dhjo.2015.11.002

Nguyen, H. B., Terry, D., Jang, S. H. (2016). Strategic English learning and proficiency among Vietnamese tertiary learners: Beyond passive stereotypes. The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education. 24(1): 19-34.

Nguyen, H. B., Terry, D., Fan, S. (2016). Questionnaire development for strategic English learning: Processes and outcomes. International Journal of English Language Education. 4(1): 138-155.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Nguyen, U., & Hoang, H. (2015). Workplace health and safety issues among community nurses: a study regarding the impact on providing care to rural consumers. BMJ Open. 5:e008306. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008306

Terry, D., Glenister, K., Kilmartin, J., Kilmartin, G., Sands, R., Fowler, J., Wright, J. (2015). Glycaemic control among rural health consumers: A retrospective study of a diabetes centre. Advances in Diabetes and Metabolism. 3(2): 11-15

Barrett, A., Terry, D., Lê, Q., & Hoang, H. (2015). Rural Community Nurses: Insights into Health Workforce and Health Service Needs in Tasmania. International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society. 5(3): 109-120.

Ervin, K., Pallant, J., Terry, D., Bourke, L., Pierce, D., & Glenister, K. (2015). A descriptive study of health, lifestyle and sociodemographic characteristics and their relationship to known dementia risk factors in rural Victorian communities. AIMS Medical Science. 2(3): 246-260.

Lê, Q., Nguyen, H., Terry, D., Dieters, S., Auckland, S., & Long, G. (2015). Quantifying and visualizing access to healthy food in a rural area of Australia: A spatial analysis. Food Security. 7:1017–1029.

Terry, D., & Lê, Q. (2015). The Anglo-Celtic construction of national identity in Australia and the acculturation of the ‘other’ doctors. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research. 2(4): 63-76

Yeoh, J., Terry, D., Lê, Q., & McManamey, R. (2015). Effective Strategies Adopted by Migrants to Improve Food Security in Tasmania. Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 4(3-4): 1-13.

Yeoh, J., Le, Q., Terry, D., & McManamey, R. (2015). Having Enough Cultural Food? A Qualitative Exploration of the Experiences of Migrants in a Regional Area of Australia. Journal of Food Research, 4(2) pp. 16-26.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., Murray, S., Long, G., & Terry, D. (2015). The socio-economic and physical contributors to food insecurity in a rural community. SAGEOpen. January-March: 1–21.

Terry, D., & Lê, Q. (2015). The challenges of working and living in a new cultural environment: A snap shot of IMGs in rural Tasmania. Australian Journal of Rural Health. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ajr.12128

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., & Terry, D. (2015). The perceptions of community change through promoting positive sexual health: A teenage pregnancy program evaluation. Universal Journal of Public Health. 3(2): 55-64.

Terry, D., Lê, Q. & Hoang, H.  (2014). Satisfaction amid the professional challenges: International medical graduates in rural Tasmania. Australasian Medical Journal. 7(12), 500–517. http://dx.doi.org/10.4066/AMJ.2014.2267

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., Murray, S., Long, G., & Terry, D. (2014). Food security in a regional area of Australia: A socio-economic perspective. Universal Journal of Food and Nutrition Science. 2(4), 50-59. http://dx.doi.org/10.13189/ujfns.2014.020402

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., & Terry, D. (2014). Views and Perceptions of Local Council Partners Concerning a Regional-scale Health Promotion Initiative in Rural Australia. Universal Journal of Public Health, 2(7), 181-188. http://dx.doi.org/10.13189/ujph.2014.020701

Yeoh, J., Lê, Q., Terry, D., & McManamey, R. (2014). Challenges of food security for migrants living in a regional area of Australia: Food availability, accessibility and affordability. Journal of Food Security. 2(3), 72-78.

Terry, D., & Lê, Q. (2014). Social capital among migrating doctors: The ‘Bridge’ over troubled water. Journal of Health Organization and Management. 28(3), 315-326. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JHOM-09-2012-0178

Yue, Y., Lê, Q., & Terry, D. (2014). Transition to an Unfamiliar Environment: International Students’ Living Experiences in an Australian Regional Area. Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association (43), 10-20.

Hoang, H., Le, Q., & Terry, D. (2014). Women's access needs in maternity care in rural Tasmania, Australia: A mixed methods study. Women and Birth. 27(1), 9-14. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2013.02.001

Muzoora, M., Terry, D., & Asiimwe, A. (2014). The Valorisation of African Languages and Policies in the African Education Systems: A Case of Uganda. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2(1), 42-50.

Hoang, H., Le, Q., & Terry, D. (2013). Are Maternity Experiences of Rural Women Getting Better with Time? Results from a Survey in Tasmania. Nursing and Health, 1(4), 71-77. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2013.02.001

Terry, D., & Lê, Q. (2013). International Medical Graduates: A Cohort Study of Key Informant Perspectives. Universal Journal of Public Health, 1(4), 151-165.

Yeoh, J., & Terry, D. (2013). International research students’ experiences in academic success. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 1(3), 275-280.

Terry, M., Terry, D., Hoang, H., & Hannah, C. (2013). The shortage-surplus paradox: A literature review of primary health care accessibility. Universal Journal of Public Health, 1(3), 40-50.

Terry, D. (2013). The Critical Discourse Analysis paradox: A brief research reflection. The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society (38), 42-44.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., Terry, D., & Barnett, T. (2013). The paradox of going hungry when there is so much food: The perspective of vulnerable youth and their caseworkers. Journal of Food Security, 1(2), 10-15.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyen, H. B., Terry, D., & Lê, D. V. A. (2013). Patient-held logbooks for cancer care treatment: the users’ evaluative perspective. Universal Journal of Public Health. 1(2),15-19.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Woodroffe, J., & Ogden, K. (2013). The Baby, the Bath Water and The Future of IMGs. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 2(1), 51-62.

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyên, H. B., Terry, D., & Hoang, H. (2013). Living in a regional area: Access, utilisation and health care quality. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 2(1), 20-32.

Hoang, H., Lê, Q., Terry, D., Kilpatrick, S., & Stuart, J. (2013). Continuity of Carer in the Public Hospital System in the Eyes of Rural Women and Maternity Health Providers in Tasmania, Australia. Universal Journal of Public Health, 1(1), 1-6.

Muzoora, M., & Terry, D. (2013). Muddling through: A critical review of Ugandan language policy in education. The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society (38), 103-110.

Le, Q., Terry, D., & Woodroffe, J. (2013). Current Programs and Future Needs in Health Literacy for Older People: A Literature Review. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet, 17(4), 369-388. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15398285.2013.833449

Lê, Q., Auckland, S., Nguyên, H. B., & Terry, D. (2013). The safety of international students in a regional area of Australia: Perceptions and experiences. Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association (42), 15-24.

Lê, Q., Nguyen, H. B., Auckland, S., Hoang, H., & Terry, D. (2012). Access to health care services in an Australian rural area – A qualitative case study. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 1(3), 29-36.

Terry, D., Woodroffe, J. J., Lê, Q., & Ogden, K. (2012). International Medical Graduates in Australia: A historical perspective (1930-1950s). Medical Journal of Australia, 197(2), 84-86.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., & Hoang, H. (2012). Migrants' perceptions of health promotion messages in rural Tasmania: Negotiating and communicating health risk. Health, Risk & Society, 14(7-8), 639-653. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13698575.2012.713914

Terry, D., & Terry, M. (2012). Common interests, social ties and the development of social capital The Internet Journal of Language, Culture and Society (35), 105-113.

Terry, M., & Terry, D. (2012). Singing the blues: A literature review of the effects of music on postnatal depression. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 1(3), 55-67.

Terry, D., Ali, M., & Lê, Q. (2011). Asian migrants’ lived experience and acculturation to western health care in rural Tasmania. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 19, 318-323. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1440-1584.2011.01229.x

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Woodroffe, J., & Ogden, K. (2011). The quality of life and social needs of International Medical Graduates: Emerging themes in research. International Journal of Innovative Interdisciplinary Research, 1(1), 59-67.

Book chapter

Terry, D. and Le, T. (2015). Correct or global English: an instrument social control or the great equalizer. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 3-16). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D. (2015). Critical discourse analysis as a research paradigm in language studies - The 2001 Howard campaign speech. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 87-100). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D., Yeoh, J. and Terry, M. (2015). Language, ideology and identity: Education implications for Afghanistan’s peace. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 101-112). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Muzoora, M. and Terry, D. (2015). African higher education: The renaissance and reformation of language. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 197-210). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Yeoh, J., Terry, D. and Terry, M. (2015). Vocabulary teaching, learning and as a social practice. In S. Fan, T. Lê and Q. Lê (Ed.), Linguistics and language education in new horizons: The link between theory, research and pedagogy (pp. 219-232). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D. and Terry, M. (2014). The globalisation of health care and health care professional acculturation. In (Ed.), Acculturation: Psychology, Processes and Global Perspectives (pp.235-250). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, M and Terry, D. (2013). The challenges of conducting literature reviews in research: Attempting to stand on the shoulders of giants. In T. Lê & Q. Lê (Eds.), Conducting research in a changing and challenging world (pp.33-43). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D., Le, Q, Terry, M. and M Kirschbaum (2013). Qualitative research from concepts to approaches. In T. Lê & Q. Lê (Eds.), Conducting research in a changing and challenging world (pp.79-89). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Jang, S. H., Terry, D. and T. Lê. (2013). Internet-mediated Ethnography: Issues and challenges In Social Science Research Discourse. In T. Lê & Q. Lê (Eds.), Conducting research in a changing and challenging world (pp.173-183). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D. (2013). Conquering Everest: researching into thin air – a research journey reflection. In T. Lê & Q. Lê (Eds.), Conducting research in a changing and challenging world (pp.311-343). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Terry, D., Lê, Q., Woodroffe, J., & Ogden, K. (2012). The push-pull effect determining IMG retention in rural contexts. In S. Fan, T. Lê, Q. Lê & Y. Yue (Eds.), International Conference: Innovative Research in a Changing and Challenging World (pp. 35-46). Launceston: University of Tasmania

Published research reports

Iyengar, V., Terry, D., Woon, J.N., Kwon, D.H., Singh, A., Djordjic, T., Islam, M.R. (2017). Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Feasibility for a Hume region management clinic; Project report. Shepparton, Goulburn Valley Health.

Terry, D., Prengaman, M., Baker, E., & Schmitz, D. (2017). Assessing assets and capabilities for recruiting and retaining nurses in rural Victoria: The Australia pilot Nursing Community Apgar Questionnaire. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne.

Terry, D., Prengaman, M., Baker, E., & Schmitz, D. (2017). Community Apgar Program: Factors and solutions for rural Nursing recruitment and retention. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne. (Reports 1- 6)

Terry, D. Nguyen, H. B., Prengaman, M., Schmitz, D., Baker, E. (2016). Marketing your rural community: Identifying strengths and addressing challenges to recruit rural nurses. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne.

Nguyen, H. B. & Terry, D. (2016). Recruiting and Retaining General Practitioners in Rural Australia: A Narrative Perspective. Research Report. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne.

Terry, D., Baker, E., & Schmitz, D. (2016). Community Apgar Program: Factors and solutions for rural General Practitioner recruitment and retention. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne. (Reports 1-9)

Terry, D., Baker, E., & Schmitz, D. (2016). Assessing Critical Access Hospital Assets and Capabilities for Recruiting and Retaining General practitioners: The Australia pilot Community Apgar Program. Shepparton, The University of Melbourne.

Barrett, A. Terry, D., and Lê, Q. (2014). Rural Community nurses: Insights into health workforce and health service needs in Tasmania, Launceston: University of Tasmania.

Barnett, A., Terry, D., Mulligan B., and West, D.  (2013). An evaluation of the Workplace Based Assessment at the Launceston General Hospital. Launceston: University of Tasmania.