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Mr. Mark Browning

Lecturer, Nursing

Nursing - Leadership



Berwick Campus, Online


Mark Browning’s research interests include nursing education, innovation and technology in nursing, and nursing clinical placement supervision.

Mark is a Lecturer in nursing in the School of Health at Federation University Australia. He has taught across much of the undergraduate program within the Bachelor of Nursing and has twice been program coordinator. He has published several peer-reviewed papers, with a focus on technology and nursing.

Mark has worked in the tertiary sector since 2013. He is currently completing his PhD, which has a focus on nursing academics and their attitude to technology in their teaching.

Lifestyle management of hypertension: International Society of Hypertension position paper endorsed by the World Hypertension League and European Society of Hypertension

The impact of COVID 19 restrictions on Australian nurse academics attitudes to technology: A survey of Technology Readiness Index 2.0

The use and limits of eye-tracking in high-fidelity clinical scenarios: A pilot study

Aim: To explore the potential of mobile eye-tracking to identify healthcare students' area of...

Developing situation awareness amongst nursing and paramedicine students utilizing eye tracking technology and video debriefing techniques: A proof of concept paper

Objective: The aims of this quasi-experimental before-and-after study were to first determine...

Supporting nursing student supervision: An assessment of an innovative approach to supervisor support

The responsibility for clinical supervision is recognised by both the nursing literature and the...

Preparing nursing students for the future: Development and implementation of an Australian Bachelor of Nursing programme with a community health focus

This paper focuses on changes in the educational preparation of undergraduate nurses in line with...