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- Registered Nurse
- Registered Midwife
- Bachelor of Health Science in Nursing
- Grad Dip Business Management
- Bachelor of Laws
- Grad Dip in Legal Practice
- Grad Dip in Higher Education
Nursing – Determinants of health, Acute nursing, Legal and eEthical decision making
Grants and awards
2012- HWA grant $165,000 for integrative clinical placements.
2016- Australian College for Infection Prevention and Control Grant for $13,795 for research grant “No time for losers: producing infection control champions in the healthcare setting’.
2016- Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology for Best International Abstract Award Charlotte USA.
- PhD candidate
- Dementia care
- Law and ethics in healthcare
- Public Health
- Infection Control and Prevention
Gilbert, J. & Brown, L. (2015). The Clinical Environment: Do student nurses belong? Australian Journal of Nursing.
Co-authorship of three chapters for text- ‘Chronic Care Nursing’ (2016). Cambridge University Press. Diabetes, Dementia and Alzheimers Disease and Obesity.
Zimmerman, P., Gilbert, J. & Brown, L. (2018). Knowledge and Practice: Reconciling pre-registration nurses’ hand hygiene knowledge with the clinical environment. A review of literature. Australian Infection Prevention Journal.
Gilbert, J. & Gillespie, B. (2017).Surgical consent and the importance of a substitute decision maker: A case study. Journal of Perioperative Nursing in Australia. 30(1): 15-19.
Gilbert, J. & Gillespie, B. (2017).'When no means no'- adolescent right to refuse an elective surgical procedure: A case study. Journal of Perioperative Nursing in Australia. 30(2): 33-6.
Lead editor and chapter author x 3 for Acute Nursing textbook. Cambridge Publishing. Due for publication February 2018. Gilbert, J. & Coyne , E. (2018). ‘Acute Care Nursing’. Cambridge University Press. Melbourne.
Gilbert, J., Ward, L. & Gwinner, K. (2018). Quality Nursing care in dementia specific care units: a scoping review. Dementia. Sage Publications.
Gilbert, J. & Kim, J. Medication patient safety in Australian residential aged care: A case study. (2018). Quality in Ageing and Older Adults Journal.
Gilbert, J. Ward, L. & Gwinner, K. (2018). Using Grounded Theory to examine the perspectives of nurses for quality nursing care in dementia specific care units.