Ms Amy Marshall

Ms Amy Marshall
 Position Research Officer
 Org Unit Nursing
 Telephone +61 8 8313 6288
 Location Floor/Room WS4064.12 ,  Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences ,   North Terrace
  • Qualifications

    PhD (Medicine) - The University of Adelaide 2015

    Master of Arts (Sociology) - Flinders University 2006

    Bachelor of Arts (Hons) - Flinders University 2002

  • Awards & Achievements

    Fellowship: 2019 Eleanor Harrald Postdoctoral Fellowship, Adelaide Nursing School

    Certificate: Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Programme

    Certificate: Knowledge Translation: Implementing Evidence In Practice

    Award: School of Nursing Prize, 2014 Florey International Postgraduate Research Conference

  • Research Interests

    Women's health

    Violence against women

    Alcohol and behaviour



    Health cultures

  • Publications

    }  Marshall, A; Rawlings, K; Harvey, G. (2018) “Older people’s experiences and perceptions of integrated care”, poster, 2018 Primary Health Care Research Conference, Melbourne, Victoria, 1-3 August 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 p18-22

    }  Murthy-Mittinty, M; Harvey, G; Marshall, A (2018) “What integrated care means from an older person’s perspective? A scoping review protocol” – BMJ Open 2018;8:e019256. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-019256

    }  Gill Harvey, Joanne Dollard, Amy Marshall, Manasi Murthy Mittinty (2018) Achieving Integrated Care for Older People: Shuffling the Deckchairs or Making the System Watertight for the Future? – International Journal of Health Policy Management, 7(4) p290-293

    }  Marshall, A; Knott, V; Ward, P; Emery, J; Fallon-Ferguson, J; Olver, I; Koczwara, B., Bareham, M. (2015) “Supporting People with Cancer Return to Work in Disadvantaged Communities”, 2015 Survivorship Conference, Adelaide South Australia, 6-7 February 2015

    }  Marshall, A. (2014) “How emergency care staff think and feel about intoxicated women victims of violence”, 8th Annual Faculty of Health Sciences Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide South Australia 25 September 2014 (School of Nursing best poster prize)

    }  Marshall, A. (2013) “How emergency care staff think and feel about intoxicated women victims of violence, and the impact of an education program”, 7th Annual Faculty of Health Sciences Postgraduate Research Conference, Adelaide South Australia 29 August 2013

    }  Kitson, A, Marshall, A, Zeitz, K & Bassett, C. (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 6(1) p4-15

    }  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) p2664-73

    }  Marshall, A. (2011) “Mission – Patient-centred care: myth or reality?”, Joanna Briggs Institute International Convention, Adelaide South Australia 7-9 November 2011

    }  Wilson A, Bennett, M., Marshall A, and Crockett, A., (2011) “Changes in lung function after compressed air diving”. Current Respiratory Medicine Reviews.  7(4): p. 1-5

    }  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) p456-60.

    }  Wilson, A Marshall A. (2010) The Support Needs and Experiences of Suicidally Bereaved Family and Friends. Death Studies. 34 (7) p625-640.

    de Crespigny C, Athanasos M, Marshall A and Lightbody M. (2009). ‘The girls night out’ – women 30 years and over attending licensed premises. Drug and Alcohol Nurses of Australasia ‘Beyond Addiction’: connections to the future’. National Conference. Gold Coast Queensland. 24-26 June 2009.


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