Adelaide Nursing School
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Registered nurse, lecturer and researcher with experience in qualitative research, mental health practice, disability support and in online and face-to-face teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in mental health, psychology, communication, leadership and management, health education, bioethics and law, research and academic skills.
My research interests include the use of technology and online platforms to compliment teaching and learning, the influence of the therapeutic relationship, mental well-being, stress reactions to trauma, and promotion of lifelong patterns of health among individuals, families, and communities.
Date Position Institution name 2020 - ongoing Lecturer University of Adelaide 2018 - 2020 NDIS Local Area Coordinator Mission Australia 2008 - 2011 Academic Chair: Postgraduate Coursework Murdoch University 2007 - 2017 Lecturer Murdoch University 2006 - 2007 Lecturer University of South Australia 2004 - 2006 Clinical Nurse (RN2) SA Prison Health Service 2002 - 2003 Registered Mental Health Nurse HM Prison Eastwood Park 2001 - 2001 Lecturer University of Port Elizabeth 2000 - 2001 Registered Mental Health Nurse HM Prison Wormwood Scrubs
Date Institution name Country Title 2019 Murdoch University Australia PhD 2002 - 2004 University of Port Elizabeth South Africa MCur 2000 University of Port Elizabeth South Africa BA Hons (Psychology) 1995 - 1999 University of Port Elizabeth South Africa BCur
Year Citation 2021 Davies, E. L., Gordon, A. L., Hooper, K. J., Laing, R. E., Lynch, E. A., Pelentsov, L. J., . . . Harvey, G. (2021). Introducing the Needs in Recovery Assessment (NiRA) into clinical practice: protocol for a pilot study investigating the formal and systematic assessment of clinical and social needs experienced by service users at a tertiary, metropolitan mental health service. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 7(1), 181.
2021 Davies, E., Pollock, D., Graham, A., Laing, R., Langton, V., Bulto, L., & Kelly, J. (2021). Reporting of patient journey mapping in current literature: a scoping review protocol. JBI Evidence Synthesis, 19, 1-8.
2020 Laing, R. E., Fetherston, C. M., & Morrison, P. (2020). Responding to catastrophe: A case study of learning from perinatal death in midwifery practice. Women and Birth, 33(6), 556-565.
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2009 Laing, R., Halsey, R., Donohue, D., Newman, C., & Cashin, A. (2009). Application of a model for the development of a mental health service delivery collaboration between police and the health service. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 30(5), 337-341.
DOI Scopus14 Europe PMC9
2005 Van Rooyen, D., Laing, R., & Kotzé, W. J. (2005). Accompaniment needs of nursing students related to the dying patient.. Curationis, 28(4), 31-39.
DOI Europe PMC2
Year Citation 2018 Laing, R. (2018). Responding to catastrophe: Learning from perinatal death in midwifery practice. (PhD Thesis, Murdoch University).
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