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Dr Daniel Terry

Senior Lecturer, Nursing

School of Health

Section/Portfolio:

Nursing

Location:

Mt Helen Campus, Online

Biography

With a background in community health nursing, Dr Daniel Terry’s current research interests are nursing students’ career trajectories, rural health employment and profession longevity. Dr Terry also has a keen interest in improving paediatric injury and paediatric asthma in rural contexts.

Daniel is currently leading research into the health workforce in rural Victoria with international collaborators from the Center for Health Policy, Boise State University. He has a solid body of research well above world standard, with over $1.3 million in research grants and more than 85 peer-reviewed journal publications and numerous book chapters.

Daniel has a Masters of International Health (Public Health) and Doctorate of Philosophy in the health workforce in rural contexts. As an academic with Federation University, he has extensive postdoctoral research experience on rural health, the rural workforce and chronic illness.

Impact of dementia literacy interventions for non-health-professionals: systematic review and meta-analysis

Objectives: To assess evidence regarding the effects of interventions aimed at improving dementia...

Nurses' Experience of Caring for Patients with Delirium: Systematic Review and Qualitative Evidence Synthesis

Delirium is an acute deterioration in attention, conscious state, perception, and cognition of a...

Outcomes of a pilot evaluation of a group urotherapy programme for children with complex elimination disorders: An Australian experience

Evidence-based interventions have continued to show positive effects on both reducing symptoms...

The socioeconomic characteristics of childhood injuries in regional victoria, australia: What the missing data tells us

Background: Injury is the leading cause of death among those between 1–16 years of age in...

Twice-daily moisturizer application for skin tear prevention among older adults in acute care

Academic and clinical performance among nursing students: What's grit go to do with it?

Background Nursing is both a science and an art and requires students to develop sound...

A critical appraisal of what organisational approaches are pivotal to improve patient safety.

Background: Patient safety remains a priority for healthcare organisations globally. There...

A narrative synthesis of childhood injury prevention programs for pre-school children

Childhood injury is the leading cause of death and ongoing disability worldwide. While a...

Communities of practice: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of what it means and how it really works among nursing students and novices

Aims and objectives To evaluate the enablers, barriers and impact that communities of practice...

Factors that impact measures of grit among nursing students: A journey emblematic of the koi fish

Grit is the capacity to persevere, to have passion, and be committed to achieve goals long-term...

Occupational self-efficacy and psychological capital amongst nursing students: A cross sectional study understanding the malleable attributes for success

With a predicted shortfall in the worldwide nursing workforce, efforts to understand attributes...

Pediatric emergency asthma presentations in Southwest Victoria: a retrospective cross-sectional study 2017 to 2020

Objectives: Australia has one of the highest prevalence of asthma globally, and accessible...

Public perception of medical errors: Experiences and risks shared in Australia

Background: Research into patient safety has largely focused on healthcare organisations...

Supervision in Healthcare: A Critical Review of the Role, Function and Capacity for Training

This paper examines the notion of clinical supervision and takes a close look at what it means...

Television as a career motivator and education tool: A final-year nursing student cohort study

Fictional medical programs are often used for more than just their recreational enjoyment; they...

The data deficit for asthma emergency presentations might surprise you: How RAHDaR addresses the data chasm

Introduction: National and state-based minimum data sets remain inadequate in providing a...

Traversing the funambulist’s fine line between nursing and male identity: A systematic review of the factors that influence men as they seek to navigate the nursing profession

Nursing has seen a dominance of women within the profession, and today, the presence of men in...

Understanding childhood injuries in rural areas: Using Rural Acute Hospital Data Register to address previous data deficiencies

Objective: The state of childhood injury in rural areas of Victoria is poorly understood....

What Australian Nursing Students Value as Important in Undertaking Rural Practice

Background: Rural health services in Australia are continually challenged by both the recruitment...

Workplace based assessment program for international medical graduates: An evaluation of an Australian trial site

There is a need to understand Workplace Based Assessment programs in Australia to improve future...

Acute circulatory complications in people with diabetes mellitus type 2: How admission varies between urban and rural Victoria

Objective: To identify the extent to which rurality influences the admission and mortality rates...

Chronic ill health in a regional Victoria setting: A 13-year comparison

Objective: High-quality data regarding the prevalence of chronic disease in rural areas are...

Communication training and its effects on carer and care�receiver outcomes in dementia settings: A systematic review

Aims and objectives: To review communication interventions that aim to improve regular care...

Experiences of Health Care among Refugee and Asylum Seeker Residents in Regional Victoria

Objective: This paper explores the role of culture in shaping human experiences related to...

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Factors contributing to COPD hospitalisations from 2010 to 2015: Variation among rural and metropolitan Australians

Introduction: Rural and remote populations experience the greatest burden of chronic obstructive...

Is nursing student personality important for considering a rural career?

Purpose: Identifying and measuring personality traits assists to understanding professional...

Processes of Stroke Unit Care and Outcomes at Discharge in Vietnam:Findings from the Registry of Stroke Care Quality (RES-Q) in a Major Public Hospital

Background: An essential strategy to reduce mortality and disability after stroke is to ensure...

“Thank You for Listening”: An Exploratory Study Regarding the Lived Experience and Perception of Medical Errors Among Those Who Receive Care

The issue of medical errors, or adverse events caused within a health care context or by a health...

Twinning with Tonga: The Experiences of Tongan Stakeholders with a Long-term Partnership with Regional Victoria, Australia

Twinning programs in health have gained increased recognition as a WHO preferred strategy for...

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Management: A Retrospective Study in Rural General Practice

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) is a chronic, progressive metabolic disease that is...

Competing food consumption discourses and proper gendered behaviour among over 50s: are you really what you eat?

The national narratives about proper food consumption and its relationship to health...

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Health professional students' rural placement satisfaction and rural practice intentions: A national cross-sectional survey

Objective: The aim of this study was to profile students undertaking placements at University...

Lived experiences and insights into the advantages important to rural recruitment and retention of general practitioners

Introduction: Despite existing studies in this field, community factors behind recruiting and...

Misconceptions of the Deaf: Giving voice to the voiceless

The Deaf usually do not see themselves as having a disability; however, discourses and social...

The importance of adequate referrals for chronic kidney disease management in a regional Australian area of nephrologist workforce shortage

Background and objectives Regional Australia remains a district of workforce shortage for...

The Valorisation of African Languages and Policies in the African Education Systems: A Case of Uganda

This paper highlights the challenges of current language policies in education in Africa, with...

APPROPRIATENESS OF NEPHROLOGY REFERRALS IN REGIONAL AUSTRALIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR A SPECIALIST SERVICE

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Asthma hospitalisation trends from 2010 to 2015: Variation among rural and metropolitan Australians

Background: Asthma remains a leading cause of illness, where primary care can assist to reduce...

Do not "let them eat cake": Correlation of food-consumption patterns among rural primary school children from welfare and non-welfare households

Physical and financial access impacts food choice and consumption, while educational attainment,...

English Learning Strategies among EFL Learners: A Narrative Approach

Language learning strategies (LLSs) are believed to be influenced by individual differences...

Heterogeneity of rural consumer perceptions of health service access across four regions of Victoria

Access to a range of services, including healthcare,ranks among the key determinants of health...

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Is Prior Aspirin Use Associated with Reduced Severity in Patients with Acute Pancreatitis?

Clinical severity of Acute Pancreatitis (AP) following the use of Aspirin is inconclusive in...

Perspectives of Aboriginal issues among non-Aboriginal residents of rural Victorian communities:

Racism, in various forms, remains a dominant feature in Australian society. Aboriginal...

The Nursing Community Apgar Questionnaire in Rural Australia: An evidence based approach to recruiting and retaining nurses

Purpose: To date, the Nursing Community Apgar Questionnaire (NCAQ) has been effectivly utlized to...

The urban-rural divide: Hypertensive disease hospitalisations in Victoria 2010-2015

Background Hypertension is present in 23–32 per cent of Australians, making it one of the most...

Community assets and capabilities to recruit and retain GPs: The Community Apgar Questionnaire in rural Victoria

Introduction: Rural communities continue to experience significant challenges recruiting and...

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Factors influencing community nursing roles and health service provision in rural areas: a review of literature

Aims: This review sought to better understand the issues and challenges experienced by community...

Integrated and consumer-directed care: A necessary paradigm shift for rural chronic ill health

Chronic ill health has recently emerged as the most important health issue on a global scale....

Moving forward with dignity: Exploring health awareness in an isolated Deaf community of Australia

Background Those within the Deaf community are disadvantaged in a number of aspects of day-to-day...

Questionnaire Development for Strategic English Learning: Processes and Outcomes

This paper reports on the four-stage construction of the English Language Learning Strategy...

Strategic english learning and proficiency among vietnamese tertiary learners: Beyond passive stereotypes

Practitioners and researchers worldwide have enthusiastically undertaken research on language...

A Descriptive Study of Health, Lifestyle and Sociodemographic Characteristics and their Relationship to Known Dementia Risk Factors in Rural Victorian Communities

It is essential to determine the key health risk factors among populations to specifically plan...

African higher education: The renaissance and reformation of language

African higher education plays a central role for social, economic and cultural transformation....

  • Book Chapters

Challenges of working and living in a new cultural environment: A snapshot of international medical graduates in rural Tasmania

To highlight the experiences and challenges of international medical graduates (IMGs) living and...

Correct or global English: An instrument of social control or the great equaliser

The English language has developed to become one of the more commonly languages globally. It is...

  • Book Chapters

Critical discourse analysis as a research paradigm in language studies: The 2001 Howard campaign speech

Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) as a research paradigm in language studies is a complex...

  • Book Chapters

Effective Strategies Adopted by Migrants to Improve Food Security in Tasmania.

Accessibility, affordability, availability, and sustainability of food are vital for all to...

Glycaemic Control among Rural Health Consumers: A Retrospective Study of a Diabetes Center

Aim: The aim of this paper is to highlight the successes of and challenges faced by a publically...

Having Enough Cultural Food? A Qualitative Exploration of the Experiences of Migrants in a Regional Area of Australia

The notion of food security encompasses the ability of individuals, households and communities to...

Language, ideology and identity: Education implications for Afghanistan

War and conflict have been widespread in Afghanistan for more than three decades, with...

  • Book Chapters

Quantifying and visualizing access to healthy food in a rural area of Australia: A spatial analysis

A Geographical Information System (GIS) using ArcGIS tools was adopted to implement three types...

Rural Community Nurses: Insights into Health Workforce and Health Service Needs

Community nurses often work in isolation, particularly in rural areas where many other...

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The Anglo-Celtic construction of national identity in Australia and the acculturation of the 'other' doctors

International Medical Graduates (IMG) remain integral to the Australian health workforce,...

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The perceptions of community change through promoting positive sexual health: A teenage pregnancy program evaluation

Teenage pregnancy is associated with adverse social, economic and health outcomes for both mother...

The socio-economic and physical contributors to food insecurity in a rural community

Australia is considered a highly food-secure nation; however, this is not always the case for...

Vocabulary teaching, learning and as a social practice

Vocabulary is an essential item in language teaching and learning, although sometimes it is...

  • Book Chapters

Workplace health and safety issues among community nurses: A study regarding the impact on providing care to rural consumers

Objectives: The objective of the study was to investigate the types of workplace health and...

Challenges of Food Security for Migrants Living in a Regional Area of Australia: Food Availability, Accessibility and Affordability

Food security is a vital element for all, particularly people from culturally and linguistically...

Food Security in a Regional Area of Australia: A Socio-economic Perspective

While Australia is considered to be a highly food-secure nation, some populations are more...

Satisfaction amid professional challenges: International medical graduates in rural tasmania

Background At the time of recruitment, migration, and placement, international medical graduates...

Social capital among migrating doctors: The "Bridge" over troubled water

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the concept of social capital among...

The globalisation of health care and health care professional acculturation

Acculturation has been viewed as a collective experience; however it can also be highly...

  • Book Chapters

Transition to an Unfamiliar Environment: International Students' Living Experiences in an Australian Regional Area.

Transition to an unfamiliar environment is a complex process. Many previous studies have paid...

  • Journals

Views and Perceptions of Local Council Partners Concerning a Regional-scale Health Promotion Initiative in Rural Australia.

There are a number of risk factors which increasingly impact the health and wellbeing of...

Women's access needs in maternity care in rural Tasmania, Australia: A mixed methods study

Objectives: This study investigates (i) maternity care access issues in rural Tasmania, (ii)...

Conquering everest-researching into thin air: A research journey reflection

The research journey has been compared to a great river, a maze and even eating anelephant or...

  • Book Chapters

Continuity of Carer in the Public Hospital System in the Eyes of Rural Women and Maternity Health Providers in Tasmania, Australia

This study investigates Tasmanian maternity health providers’ and rural women’s experiences...

Current Programs and Future Needs in Health Literacy for Older People: A Literature Review

Inadequate health literacy occurs more amongst older adults and can result in difficulties...

International Medical Graduates: A Cohort Study of Key Informant Perspectives

An Australian wide shortage of doctors has led to an increased reliance on International Medical...

International Research Students’ Experiences in Academic Success

The flow of international students to study in Australia increases each year. It is a challenge...

Internet-mediated ethnography: Issues and challenges in social science research discourse

Turing their attention to the trend of social and cultural changes heavily influencedby the...

  • Book Chapters

Living In a Regional Area: Access, Utilisation and Health Care Quality

Primary health care plays a significant role in the well-being of individuals and communities,...

  • Journals

Muddling through: A critical review of Ugandan language policy in education

This article discusses the contradictions and paradoxes embedded in the implementation of the...

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Patient-held Logbooks for Cancer Care Treatment: the Users’ Evaluative Perspective

The quality and usefulness of patient held logbooks as a record to improve communication...

Qualitative research from concepts to analysis

There are two main research approaches which are widely used by researchers:quantitative and...

  • Book Chapters

The Baby, the Bath Water And The Future of IMGs

Migration has significantly accelerated over in the past few decades, with the migration of...

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The challenges of conducting literature reviews in research: Attempting to stand on the shoulders of giants

Post-graduate research has been paralleled to many familiar, but daunting activitiesincluding...

  • Book Chapters

The Critical Discourse Analysis paradox: A brief research reflection

Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) is a means of criticising or critiquing the social order of...

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The Paradox of Going Hungry when there is So much Food: The Perspective of Vulnerable Youth and Their Caseworkers

This study aimed to examine the food security challenges experienced among vulnerable youth in...

The safety of international students in a regional area of Australia: Perceptions and experiences

In Australia, international students have not only made an enormous economic contribution to the...

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The Shortage-Surplus Paradox: A Literature Review of Primary Health Care Accessibility

The National Primary Health Care Strategy in Australia recommends primary health care services...

Access to Health Care Services in An Australian Rural Area – A Qualitative Case Study

The study is aimed at investigating access to primary health care by examining various...

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Common interests, social ties and the development of social capital

Individuals share common interests in many aspects of their lives. These common interests...

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International medical graduates in Australia: A historical perspective (1930-1950s)

Migrants' perceptions of health promotion messages in rural Tasmania: Negotiating and communicating health risk

Asian migrants living in rural Tasmania experience a social and cultural environment dissimilar...

Singing the Blues: A Literature Review of the Effects of Music on Postnatal Depression

Postnatal depression, also known as postpartum depression, is not a new condition, but has...

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To lead or be led.

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Asian migrants' lived experience and acculturation to Western health care in rural Tasmania

Objectives: The study was designed to explore the lived experience of Asian migrants' health...

The Quality of Life and Social Needs of International Medical Graduates: Emerging Themes in Research

A literature review was conducted to identify the experiences, challenges and acculturation...

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