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Dr Lucylynn Lizarondo

Telephone +61 8 8313 2283
Position Research Fellow
Email lucylynn.lizarondo@adelaide.edu.au
Building WCH - Norwich Centre
Floor/Room 3
Campus Womens & Childrens Hospital
Org Unit Joanna Briggs Institute

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Biography/ Background

I am a physiotherapist by background with a particular interest in evidence translation research. My PhD research (completed in 2013) explored the determinants of evidence uptake in allied health and investigated the impact of a structured journal club on the research utilization of allied health practitioners. Following my PhD, I worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of South Australia where I developed, implemented and evaluated a clinical performance evaluation framework for allied health practitioners. During this time, I also conducted numerous systematic reviews and rapid reviews for various commissioning bodies. I recently joined the Joanna Briggs Institute as a Research Fellow in the Implementation Science team. My current work involves developing evidence-based practice teaching modules and resources, mentoring clinicians to develop, implement and evaluate strategies to facilitate research utilization, conducting research to evaluate clinical practice guideline implementation, and developing strategies to facilitate evidence implementation.

When not working, I love being in the kitchen! Baking makes me happy and sharing my goodies makes me even happier. 

Qualifications

PhD in Health Sciences, University of South Australia

Master of Science in Physiotherapy (Magna Cum Laude), University of Santo Tomas

Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology (Magna Cum Laude) , University of Santo Tomas

Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy (Cum Laude), University of Santo Tomas

Teaching Interests

Evidence-based practice, research methods

Research Interests

Evidence-based practice in allied health, outcome evaluation, health professional development

Publications

Lockwood C, Stephenson M, Lizarondo L, van Den Hoek J, Harrison M (2016): Evidence implementation: development of an online methodology from the knowledge-to-action model of knowledge translation. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 22(4): 322-329.

Bernhardsson S, Lynch E, Dizon JM, Fernandes J, Gonzales-Suarez C, Lizarondo L, Luker J, Wiles L, Grimmer K (2016): Advancing evidence-based practice in physical therapy settings: international perspectives on implementation strategies and interventions. Physical Therapy. doi: 10.2522/ptj.20160141.

Martin P, Kumar S, Lizarondo L (2016): Factors influencing the perceived quality of clinical supervision in a large Australian state. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal doi: 10.1111/1440-1630.12314.

Uy J, Lizarondo L, Atlas A (2016): ASPIRE: a new evidence-based tool to evaluate clinical service performance. BMC Research Notes 9: 306.

Lizarondo L, Kay D, Kennedy K (2016): Development of a Consumer Engagement Framework. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management 11(1): 44-49.

Martin P, Kumar S, Stone M, Abernathy L, Burge V, Lizarondo L (2016): Impact and feasibility of the Allied Health Professional Enhancement Program - experiences of rural and remote Queensland. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 7: 41-48.

Martin P, Kumar S, Lizarondo L, VanErp A (2015): Enablers and barriers to high quality clinical supervision among occupational therapists across Queensland in Australia: findings from a qualitative study. BMC Health Services 15:413.

Lizarondo L, Turnbull C, Kroon T, Grimmer K, Bell A, Kumar S, McEvoy M, Milanese S, Russell M, Sheppard L, Walters J, Wiles (2015): Allied health: integral to transforming health. Australian Health Review http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AH15044

Lizarondo L, Grimmer K, Kumar S (2014): Assisting allied health in performance evaluation: a systematic review. BMC Health Services 14: 572.

Grimmer K, Dizon M, Milanese S, King E, Beaton K, Thorpe O, Lizarondo L, Luker J, Machotka Z, Kumar S (2014): Efficient clinical evaluation of guideline quality: development and testing of a new tool. BMC Medical Research Methodology 14:63.

Grimmer K, Lizarondo L, Kumar S, Bell E, Buist M, Weinstein P (2014): An evidence-based framework to measure quality of allied health care. Health Research Policy and Systems 12: 10

Lizarondo L, Grimmer K, Kumar S (2014): The Adapted Fresno Test for speech pathologists, social workers and dieticians/nutritionists: validation and reliability testing. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare 7: 129-135.

Lizarondo L, Grimmer K, Kumar S (2013): Exploring the individual determinants of evidence uptake in allied health using a journal club as a medium. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 4: 43-53.

Lizarondo L, Grimmer-Somers K, Kumar S (2013): Inter-rater reliability of the Adapted Fresno Test across multiple raters. Physiotherapy Canada doi: 10.3138/ptc.2012-15.

Lizarondo L, Grimmer-Somers K, Kumar S, Crockett A (2012): Does journal club membership improve research evidence in different allied health discipline: a pre-post study. BMC Research Notes 5: 58.

Lizarondo L, Kumar S, Grimmer-Somers K (2012): Exploring the impact of a structured model of journal club in allied health: a qualitative study. Creative Education 3 (Special Issue):1094-1100.

Lizarondo L, Grimmer-Somers K, Kumar S (2011). Exploring the perspectives of allied health practitioners toward the use of journal clubs as a medium for promoting evidence-based practice: a qualitative study. BMC Medical Education 11: 66.

Lizarondo L, Grimmer-Somers K, Kumar S (2011): A systematic review of the individual determinants of research evidence use in allied health.  Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare 4: 261-272.

Milanese S, Lizarondo L, Kumar S, Grimmer-Somers (2011): Evidence into practice and policy: iCAHE experiences. International Public Health Journal 3:(4) Article 2.

Lizarondo L, Kumar S, Hyde L, Skidmore D (2010): Who are allied health assistants and what do they do: a systematic review. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare 3: 143-153.

Lizarondo L, Grimmer-Somers K, Kumar S (2010): Online Journal Clubs: An innovative approach to achieving evidence-based practice.  Journal of Allied Health 39: e17-e22.

Lizarondo L, Lockwood C (2009): Effectiveness of Religious Activity on the Quality of Life and Healthcare Outcomes of Adults Aged 65 and Older: a Systematic Review. JBI Library of Systematic Reviews 7(18): 825-849.

Lizarondo L, Kumar S, Grimmer-Somers K (2009): Supporting allied health practitioners in evidence-based practice: a case report. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 16(4):2-12.

Kumar S, Young A and Magtoto-Lizarando L: What’s in a name? Current case of nomenclature confusion. In Grimmer-Somers K, Worley A (2009): Practical Tips in Clinical Guideline development: An Allied Health Primer.  Pub UST Publishing House, Manila, Philippines. ISBN 978-971-506-559-7.

Lizarondo L, Schultz T, Gyi A (2008): Fluid regimens for colostomy irrigation: A systematic review. International Journal of Evidence-based Healthcare 6:303-310.

Atlas A, Dones V, Lizarondo L, Mallillin TR (2007): Injuries of University of Santo Tomas college teams during the University Athletic Association of the Philippines Season 69. Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences 2:26-31.

Magtoto-Lizarondo L, Abalos E, Barraca A. et al (2006): Performance of community-living Filipino adults aged 21-87 years on the functional reach test. Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences 1:27-33.

Entry last updated: Wednesday, 8 Feb 2017

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