A/Pr Daniel Terry
|A/Pr Daniel Terry
|Associate Professor (Nursing)
|BNurs Tas, GCertIntHlth Curtin, GCRsch Tas, GCertUniTch Melb, MIntHlth Curtin, MBA Federation, PhD Tas
|School of Nursing and Midwifery
|Rural Economies Centre of Excellence
|Centre for Health Research
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Daniel has extensive post-doctoral research experience on rural health, rural workforce, and chronic-ill health. With a background in nursing, his research interest research interests encompass the overarching generalist theme of Rural Health. His research includes are rural health workforce that incorporates nursing student career trajectory, rural medical, nursing and pharmacy employment and profession longevity, while also examining workforce grit and improving workforce learning through communities of practice. In addition, he continues to examine ways to improve rural paediatric injury and paediatric asthma outcomes, while focusing on rural healthcare access and patient decision making in emergencies. Daniel has a solid body of research well above world standard with over $1.3 million in research grants and publishing in excess of 100 publications. Daniel is currently leading research examining nursing student career trajectory and rural employment, while also working with international collaborators in the US to improve rural pharmacist recruitment and retention. He also works with other international colleagues examining and developing grit among undergraduate nursing students, while also examining self-efficacy, and communities of practice in the health workforce space. Daniel has contributed to his community as a board director of the local rural hospital board, which included being an active participant of the clinical governance subcommittee, while also chair of the accreditation and medical consultative committees. Beyond these roles, he has contributed toward many other boards, committees, and sub-committees both inside and outside academia, while undertaking various roles including, but not limited to, academic integrity officer, undergraduate coordinator and post-graduate coordinator for nursing and health.
Rural Health, Rural Health Workforce
Undergraduate nursing career trajectory
Communities of practice and Grit
Paediatric injury and asthma
Rural healthcare access and patient decision making in emergencies
NUR3300 – Clinical Inquiry and Evidence based practice
Fields of Research
- 420503. Community and primary care
- 420505. Nursing workforce
- 420599. Nursing not elsewhere classified
- 429999. Other health sciences not elsewhere classified
|Level of Study
|Making sense of student engagement: What shapes academic performance and dropout contemplation among nursing students.
|Sensory Loss in Older People, Associate-supervisor.
|Management of chronic illness in primary care, Associate-supervisor.
|Infectious diseases in childcare centres and infection control knowledge belief and practices of childcare staff members: A longitudinal study
|The practice of anaesthetic nursing in Australia: An exploration of anaesthetic nursing practices and their needs as a profession into the future.
|Group Reflective integrated Practice with Safewards (GRiP-S) - embedding best-practice mental health nursing interventions into clinical practice through group clinical supervision
|Nurse workforce sustainability: An exploration of retention strategies in Victoria, Australia
|The lived experience, preparedness, and challenges of Tow Truck Drivers attending traumatic roadside events.
|Facilitators and Barriers in a Two-Way Digital Referral System for COPD Care Coordination between Tertiary and Primary Health Care
|Investigating presence of patterns indicative of future deterioration in hospitalised paediatric patients: A sentiment analysis of clinical nursing notes and clinical observations