Ms Tiffany Conroy

Ms Tiffany Conroy
 Position Program Coordinator
 Org Unit Nursing
 Telephone +61 8 8313 6290
 Location Floor/Room WS4064.10 ,  Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    Tiffany's current role, as a lecturer at the School of Nursing, involves the development, coordination and delivery of the Bachelor of Nursing (Post Registration) in Singapore at the Ngee Ann Adelaide Education Centre. This program commenced in 2010.

    She is also the Deputy Director for the Centre for Evidence-Based Practice, South Australia, a collaborating centre of the Joanna Briggs Institute.


    Tiffany is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Nursing and has obtained a Masters in Nursing Science, a Graduate Diploma in University Teaching and Learning, a Diploma in Frontline Management and is also a qualified assessor having completed a Certificate in Assessment and Workplace Training. Tiffany is currently undertaking her PhD focussing on the Fundamentals of Care. She is a Fellow of the Australian College of Nursing.


    Her research interests include evidence based practice, the conduct and methodology of systematic reviews, the fundamentals of nursing care, advanced practice nursing, and tertiary teaching and learning.


    Recent publications include:


    2013                                                              Kitson, A, Wiechula, R, Conroy, T, Muntlin Athlin, A & Whitaker, The Future Shape of the Nursing Workforce: A Synthesis of the Evidence of Factors that Impact on Quality Nursing Care, Adelaide, South Australia: School of Nursing, the University of Adelaide.


    2013                                                              Kitson, A,   Conroy,  T,  Kuluski,  K,  Locock,  L  &  Lyons,  R,  Reclaiming  and  redefining  the  Fundamentals   of  Care:  Nursing’s  response  to  meeting  patients’  basic  human  needs,  Adelaide,  South  Australia:   School  of  Nursing,  the  University  of  Adelaide.                 


    2013                                                              Kitson, A, Roberston-Malt, S & Conroy, T, Identifying the Fundamentals of Care within Cochrane Systematic reviews: the role of the Cochrane Nursing Care Field Fundamentals of Care Node, International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 19, pp 109-115


    2011                                                              Conroy, T Chapter ‘24: Abdomen’ in Weber and Kelley’s Health Assessment in Nursing, 1st edn, P Lewis & D Foley (eds), Lippincott-Williams and Wilkins, Sydney, Australia.


    2010                                      Kitson, A, Conroy, T, Wengstrom, Y, Profetto-McGrath, J & Roberston-Malt, S , Defining the fundamentals of care, International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol 16, pp 423-434.


    2008                                         Conroy, T, Prevention and Management of Complications associated with established percutaneous gastrostomy tubes in adults, The Joanna Briggs Institute Library of Systematic Reviews, vol 7, issue 1, pp 1-37.


    2006                                         Pearson A, Schultz T, Conroy-Hiller T, Developing Clinical Leaders in Australian Aged Care Home, International Journal of Evidence Based Health Care, Vol 4, Issue 1, p. 42.


    2005                                         Conroy-Hiller T, ‘Chapter 35: Management of Patients with Oral and Oesophageal Disorders’ and ‘Chapter 36: Gastrointestinal Intubation and Special Nutritional Modalities’ in Smeltzer & Bare’s textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, M Farrell(ed), Lippincott-Williams and Wilkins, Sydney, Australia.


    2005                                         Page T, Lockwood C, Conroy-Hiller T., Effectiveness of Nurse-led Cardiac Clinics in Adult Patients with a Diagnosis of Coronary Heart Disease, International Journal of Evidence Based Health Care, Vol 3, Issue 1, p. 2-26.



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