The Cunningham Centre is committed to learning, research, innovation and education. This is demonstrated by supporting the development of our staff and assisting them to attend seminars, conferences, workshops and courses for professional development where possible. As a result of this investment in our staff, a number of research articles, published papers and conference posters have been written and presented. Samples include:
- Impact of clinical supervision on healthcare organisational outcomes: A mixed methods systematic review. PLoS One. 2021 Nov 19; 16(11) | Martin P, Lizarondo L, Kumar S, Snowdon D
- Promoting Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice in Rural Health Settings: Learnings from a State-Wide Multi-Methods Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021; 18(10):5162. | Martin P, Pighills A, Burge V, Argus G, Sinclair L
- Sustaining interprofessional initiatives in the current landscape: A short report on interprofessional education in rural health services in Queensland. Australian Journal of Rural Health, special issue. | Martin P, Hill A, Graham N, Argus G, Form M
- The integral role of organisational governance in promoting interprofessional education in rural settings. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18. | Martin P, Moran M, Graham N, Hill A
- Can clinical supervision bolster clinical skills and well-being through challenging times? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 76: 2781-2782. | Martin P, Snowdon D
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander emergency department utilisation in south-east Queensland. 15th National Rural Health Conference, 24-27 March; Hobart: National Rural Health Alliance; 2019 | King HJ, Ward R, King AB, Rahman M, Kondalsamy-Chennakesavan S
- Impact of clinical supervision of health professionals on organizational outcomes - a mixed methods systematic review protocol. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports | Priya Martin, Lucylynn Lizarondo, Saravana Kumar and D. Snowdon.
- The holy grail of clinical supervision Med Educ. DOI | Priya Martin and Saravana Kumar.
- Debriefing about the challenges of working in a remote area: A qualitative study of Australian allied health professionals' perspectives on clinical supervision PLOS ONE | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, Lucylynn Lizarondo and Katherine Baldock.
- Factors that contribute to high-quality clinical supervision of the rural allied health workforce: lessons from the coalface. Australian Health Review | Priya Martin, Katherine Baldock, Saravana Kumar and Lucylynn Lizarondo.
- Good, bad or indifferent: a longitudinal multi-methods study comparing four modes of training for healthcare professionals in one Australian state | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, LuJuana Abernathy and Matthew Browne.
- Choice of clinical supervisor: cunning or collusion? Journal of Advanced Nursing, early view 10.1111/jan.13471 | Priya Martin, Derek Milne
- Peer supervision: International problems and prospects | Priya Martin, Derek Milne and Robert Reiser
- Interprofessional competencies: the poor cousin to clinical skills? | Priya Martin, Monica Moran and Dawn Forman.
- Effective use of technology in clinical supervision | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar and Lucylynn Lizarondo
- A systematic review of the factors that influence the quality and effectiveness of telesupervision for health professionals | Priya Martin, Lucylynn Lizarondo, Saravana Kumar
- When I say....clinical supervision | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar and Lucylynn Lizarondo
- Bridging the training-practice gap in interprofessional student supervision | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar and Lucylynn Lizarondo
- Factors influencing the perceived quality of clinical supervision of occupational therapists in a large Australian state | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, Lucylynn Lizarondo and Zephanie Tyack
- Impact and feasibility of the Allied Health Professional Enhancement Program placements-experiences from rural and remote Queensland | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, Melinda Stone, LuJuana Abernathy, Vanessa Burge and Lucylynn Lizarondo
- Interprofessional scenario-based learning for new graduates in a regional setting: a pilot study | Priya Martin, Matthew Newby, Monica Moran, Matthew Browne and Saravana Kumar
- A systematic review of professional supervision experiences and effects for allied health practitioners working in non-metropolitan health care settings | Wendy Ducat and Saravana Kumar
- Enablers of and barriers to high quality clinical supervision among occupational therapists across Queensland in Australia: findings from a qualitative study | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, Lucylynn Lizarondo and Ans Van Erp
- Oceans apart yet connected: findings from a qualitative study on professional supervision in rural and remote allied health services | Wendy Ducat, Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, Vanessa Burge and LuJuana Abernathy
- Barriers to, and Enablers of participation in the Allied Health Rural and Remote Training and Support program for rural and remote allied health workers: A qualitative descriptive study | Wendy Ducat, Vanessa Burge and Saravana Kumar
- Building Research Capacity in Regional, Rural and Remote Allied Health Services: Lessons from Evidence and Experience | Wendy Ducat and Saravana Kumar
- Twelve tips for effective clinical supervision based on a narrative literature review and expert opinion | Priya Martin, Jodie Copley and Zephanie Tyack
- What do we really know about best practice allied health professional supervision? The challenges and rewards of preparing a systematic review and preliminary findings | Wendy Ducat (see also presentations)
- Employee perceptions of workforce retention strategies in a health system | Cheryl Belbin, Ronel Erwee and Retha Wiesner
- Professional supervision for allied health practitioners working in non-metropolitan health care settings: A comprehensive systematic review | Wendy Ducat and Susanne Pearce
- School Nursing in Rural and Regional Queensland | Karina Baigrie
- Using online modules to improve data systems training for students | Ryan McVey and Kath White
- The Y model of effective supervision in rural and remote allied health services | Wendy Ducat, Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, Vanessa Burge and LuJuana Abernathy
- Viewing the interprofessional clinical education world through the occupational therapy lens: rewards and challenges | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar and Lucylynn Lizarondo
- The Allied Health Professional Enhancement Program Educating the Allied Health workforce through clinical placements since 2000 | Melinda Stone and Katie Bauer
- Working together across borders to improve educational resources for rural and remote X-ray operators | Kellie Grant
- What factors influence the quality and effectiveness of telesupervision? Findings from a systematic review of the literature | Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, Lucylynn Lizarondo
- Only a click away: A workshop on best practice in telesupervision| Priya Martin
- The RIPRN model | Sue Muirhead
- RIPRN - Rural and Isolated Practice Registered Nurse | Sue Muirhead
- Flying Start Queensland Health - the starters and the flyers | Peter Fuelling
- Implementing online interdisciplinary supervision training in public service settings: lessons learned and helpful hints | Ryan McVey, Wendy Ducat, Kath White, LuJuana Abernathy and Priya Martin
- Stepping stones to success - development of an education program to support 'rural generalist' allied health professionals | Peter Fuelling and Vanessa Burge
- Tele-supervision: overcoming barriers in technology to optimize supervision practice | Priya Martin, Wendy Ducat and Saravana Kumar
- Best Practice in Clinical Supervision Including Telesupervision | Priya Martin and Wendy Ducat
- Educating and Motivating Rural and Remote Allied Health Professionals: Learnings from Experience and Evidence | Wendy Ducat, Vanessa Richardson and Saravana Kumar
- What do we really know about best practice allied health professional supervision? The challenges and rewards of preparing a systematic review and preliminary findings | Wendy Ducat
Last updated: 9 December 2016