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Dr. Fiona Bogossian

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Associate Professor

Phone: +61 *********
Email: f***@***.au
Local Address: IPSWICH, Queensland, Australia
The University of Queensland
11 Salisbury Rd
Ipswich, Queensland 4305
Australia

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  • PhD , epidemiology
  • PhD , area of population health
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APHCRI CRE - Who we are
www.aphcricremicrosystems.org.au, 21 Oct 2014 [cached]
A/Professor Fiona Bogossian
Director Research, University of Queensland, Aust
Associate Professor Fiona Bogossian - School of Nursing and Midwifery - The University of Queensland, Australia
www.nursing-midwifery.uq.edu.au, 15 July 2014 [cached]
Director of Research | Associate Professor Fiona Bogossian Associate Professor Fiona Bogossian - School of Nursing and Midwifery - The University of Queensland, Australia
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Associate Professor Fiona Bogossian
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Fiona has clinical experience in midwifery and neonatal nursing and, over the last 20 years has been involved with the tertiary education of nurse and midwives. iona joined the University of Queensland in 2005 as Bachelor of Nursing (BN) Program Director and pioneered the establishment of the first contemporary Bachelor of Midwifery (BMid) program in Queensland. In 2007 she commenced as Postgraduate Research Coordinator and is currently the Director of Research.
Fiona was invited to be on the Expert Advisory Panel for the Review of Maternity Services in Queensland and following the release of Rebirthing (Hirst 2005) was subsequently appointed as a Midwifery Academic for the Ministerial Maternity Services Review Steering Committee. From 2007 - 2010 she was the Chair of the Midwifery Peer Review Panel and as a member of the Education Committee of the Queensland Nursing Council, and subsequently has chaired midwifery cirriculum accreditation panels for ANMAC. Fiona received a Churchill Fellowship in 2006 for Improving the Health of All Australians http://www.churchilltrust.com.au/res/File/Fellow_Reports and was a visiting scholar to the California Quality Maternity Care Collaborative Stanford University USA in 2009. In 2012 she was awarded Fellowship of the Australian College of Midwives. In 2007 Fiona was awarded a Faculty of Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Fellowship and in 2008 lead a Faculty of Health Sciences team which has completed a UQ Teaching and Learning Large Strategic Grant to continue work in the development of e-portfolios in health sciences. Fiona completed her PhD in epidemiology specifically addressing maternal morbidity after childbirth. Her current research focuses on three areas namely the epidemiology of birth and motherhood, enhancing the quality of maternity services and workforce, scholarship & innovation in teaching and learning. She is the Principal Midwifery Investigator in the Nurses and Midwives eCohort study, the Graduate eCohort study, a researcher for the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) Centre for Excellence for research in building quality, governance, performance and sustainability in primary health care, and an investigator on three ALTC grants: Using simulation to enhance management of the deteriorating patient. Workbased assessment of teamwork, and eye tracking, situation awareness and teamwork in emergencies
Fiona lead a national team of researchers in the Health Workforce Australia National Simulation Midwifery Curriculum Project and continues to work in this area.
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Associate Professor Fiona Bogossian
The Carmen Study; Antenatal Screening and Predicting Hypertension in Pregnancy for Midwives - School of Nursing and Midwifery - The University of Queensland, Australia
www.nursing-midwifery.uq.edu.au, 15 July 2014 [cached]
Method: Following a Literature Review (Peacock and Bogossian 2009) factors were found that midwives could identify during the course of their antenatal visits that could alert them to women who may be at higher risk.
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The Executive Committee | U21 Health Sciences
www.u21health.org, 16 June 2014 [cached]
Representative from Nursing: Prof. Fiona Bogossian, University of Queensland
Nursing | U21 Health Sciences
www.u21health.org, 16 June 2014 [cached]
Professor Fiona Bogossian
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