Adelaide Nursing School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Dr Amy Marshall is an experienced early career researcher, with experience in quantitative and qualitative research methods as well as policy work. She completed her PhD in 2015 about the emergency care response to intoxicated women victims of violence, and is involved in Knowledge Translation and implementation research at the Adelaide Nursing School. She has a particular interest in health sector responses to violence against women.
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Latest publication: What does integrated care mean from an older person’s perspective? A scoping review; BMJ Open
Dr Marshall is currently involved in research projects concerning:
Improving integrated and person-centred care for older people - co-designing locally relevant solutions with patients and health care providers. We have conducted multiple workshops with older people, their carers, and health professionals to co-design a role to 'bridge the gap' during transitions of care between acute care and the community, which will be implemented and evaluated during 2020, funded by The Hospital Research Foundation.
Improving health sector responses to family violence: conducting qualitative research with survivors of family violence and healthcare professionals to determine at a local level what is working well and what is needed to make improvements in the identification and response to family violence by healthcare providers that would be of greatest benefit to victims/survivors.
Designing and delivering trauma-informed family violence content in the University's undergraduate Nursing program. This curriculum content will be piloted and evaluated during 2020.
Affective learning and teaching - using virtual reality to engage and develop nursing students' learning in the affective domain.
Date Position Institution name 2018 Postdoctoral Research Fellow The University of Adelaide 2015 - 2018 Research Assistant University of Adelaide
Language Competency English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2010 - 2015 The University of Adelaide Australia PhD 2006 - 2007 Flinders University Australia Master of Arts (Sociology) 1999 - 2002 Flinders University Australia Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Year Citation 2020 Lawless, M., Marshall, A. J., Mittinty, M., & Harvey, G. (2020). What does integrated care mean from an older person’s perspective? A scoping review. BMJ Open, 10.
2019 Harvey, G., Dollard, J., Marshall, A., & Mittinty, M. (2019). Creating the right sort of ship to achieve integrated care. A response to recent commentaries. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 8(5), 317-318.
2019 Marshall, A., Schultz, T., & de Crespigny, C. (2019). Perceived changes and perceived transferability for treating intoxicated women victims of violence among emergency clinicians after an alcohol and other drugs training program. Drug and Alcohol Review, 38(5), 530-536.
2019 Adinew, Y., Hall, H., Marshall, A., & Kelly, J. (2019). Care providers' perspectives on disrespect and abuse of women during facility-based childbirth in Africa: A qualitative systematic review protocol. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports.
2018 Marshall, A., Schultz, T., & de Crespigny, C. (2018). Emergency clinicians’ perceived self-efficacy in the care of intoxicated women victims of violence. International Emergency Nursing, 40, 18-22.
DOI Scopus1 WoS1
2018 Mittinty, M., Marshall, A., & Harvey, G. (2018). What integrated care means from an older person's perspective? A scoping review protocol. BMJ Open, 8(3), 5 pages.
DOI Scopus3 WoS2 Europe PMC1
2018 Harvey, G., Dollard, J., Marshall, A., & Mittinty, M. (2018). Achieving integrated care for older people: Shuffling the deckchairs or making the system watertight for the future?. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 7(4), 290-293.
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2013 Kitson, A., Marshall, A., Bassett, K., & Zeitz, K. (2013). What are the core elements of patient-centred care? A narrative review and synthesis of the literature from health policy, medicine and nursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(1), 4-15.
DOI Scopus313 WoS293 Europe PMC188
2012 Marshall, A., Kitson, A., & Zeitz, K. (2012). Patients' views of patient-centred care: a phenomenological case study in one surgical unit. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(12), 2664-2673.
DOI Scopus36 WoS28 Europe PMC20
2011 Wilson, A., Chur-Hansen, A., Marshall, A., & Air, T. (2011). Should nursing-related work experience be a prerequisite for acceptance into a nursing programme?: A study of students' reasons for withdrawing from undergraduate nursing at an Australian university. Nurse Education Today, 31(5), 456-460.
DOI Scopus21 WoS17 Europe PMC9
2010 Wilson, A., & Marshall, A. (2010). The support needs and experiences of suicidally bereaved family and friends. Death Studies, 34(7), 625-640.
DOI Scopus23 WoS20 Europe PMC17
2010 Neild, R., Athanasos, P., de Crespigny, C., & Marshall, A. (2010). Pink bubbles anyone? Women and alcohol and the new millennium. Drug and Alcohol Review, 29(Suppl 1), 54.
Year Citation 2011 Marshall, A., Zeitz, K., & Kitson, A. (2011). MISSION - patient centred care - myth or reality. In International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare Vol. 9 (pp. 314-315).
Year Citation 2019 Marshall, A. J., & Harvey, G. (2019). Applying principles of co-production to solve wicked problems in healthcare: An Australian perspective. Poster session presented at the meeting of Implementation Science. Washington DC. 2018 Marshall, A. J., Harvey, G., & Rawlings, K. (2018). Older people’s experiences and perceptions of integrated care. Poster session presented at the meeting of Primary Health Care Research Conference. Melbourne. 2015 Marshall, A. J., knott, V., Emery, J., Ward, P., Fallon-Ferguson, J., Olver, I., . . . Bareham, M. (2015). Supporting People with Cancer Return to Work in Disadvantaged Communities. Poster session presented at the meeting of Survivorship Conference.
Chief Investigator C, 'Co-designing solutions that meet the needs of older people during transitions of care between hospital and the community', The Hospital Research Foundation Your Choice Award, $200,000
Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences Travel award 2019, The University of Adelaide, $3,000
Eleanor Harrald Postdoctoral Research Fellowship 2019, The University of Adelaide, $10,000
Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences Travel award 2018, The University of Adelaide, $1,000
PhD co-supervision - Factors influencing self-management among adults living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy: a mixed methods study in Northwest Ethopia, student commenced 2018
PhD co-supervision - Disrespect and abuse during facility‐based child birth in Ethiopia: mixed method study, student commenced January 2019
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2019 Co-Supervisor Disrespect and Abuse in Maternity Services in Ethiopia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Yohannes Mehretie Adinew 2018 Co-Supervisor Factors influencing self-management of adults living with HIV on Antiretroviral Therapy: a mixed methods study in Northwest Ethiopia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Habtamu Abera Areri
Other Supervision Activities
Date Role Research Topic Location Program Supervision Type Student Load Student Name 2017 - 2018 Co-Supervisor The Effect of a Breath Alcohol Level Measurement on Length of Stay and Clinical Management of Acutely Intoxicated Patients in an Emergency Department The University of Adelaide — Master Part Time Kelly Mooney
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