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Professor of Nursing Research and...

Phone: +61 *********
Email: l***@***.au
Local Address: Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
University of Technology Sydney
15 Broadway
Ultimo , New South Wales 2007
Australia

Company Description: The University of Technology, Sydney, is an Australian university with an international focus. It provides higher education to enhance professional practice, to...   more
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Research reaching out to young people with diabetes | UTS News Room
newsroom.uts.edu.au [cached]
Developing and testing a new model of diabetes services is the primary focus of a new collaborative National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) research project led by the UTS Clinical Professor Lin Perry.
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"This collaborative research is about working with clinical staff to reconfigure services with the aims of engaging young people, so they are more satisfied with their routine services, and increasing their use of them in line with best practice," Professor Perry said. "This should result in improved diabetes control in the Hunter New England area. This hasn't been tested before, so this is ground-breaking research.
Lin Perry, centre, with colleagues
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Lin Perry, centre, with colleagues
Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI)National Diabetes Week - Young people with diabetes worse off in rural areas | Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI)
www.hmri.com.au, 12 July 2012 [cached]
"Data indicates that young people with diabetes in cities are far better off than their rural counterparts for access, service and health outcomes; those outside Sydney or Newcastle can expect to have significantly greater reduced life expectancy," University of Newcastle Conjoint Professor of Nursing, Lin Perry* said.
Professor Perry is leading the Youth Outreach for Diabetes (YOuR) project, which aims to evaluate and develop a new model of care for non-metropolitan young people.
"Young people with diabetes in rural areas have less than half the routine contact with preventative care services than their Sydney and, to a lesser extent, Newcastle counterparts," she said.
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*Professor Lin Perry is a Conjoint Professor in the University of Newcastle Priority Research Centre for Gender, Health and Ageing. She conducts research in collaboration with the HMRI Public Health Program.
Calling all young adults with Type 1 Diabetes - HMRI
www.hmri.com.au, 6 May 2008 [cached]
HMRI Senior Post Doctoral Fellow Dr Lin Perry from the University of Newcastle said the project team would work with rural diabetes services. They will canvas the views and experiences of young adults about the way services are provided and how they might be improved.
The information will be used to help develop the services in line with the needs of the area. Young adults' views will again be sought for a follow-up survey after changes have been implemented, to assess whether the changes to the services have led to improvements.
Dr Perry is particularly interested to investigate if young rural people experience the same sort of transition difficulties with their local diabetes services, identified in other research projects.
Dr Perry is a member of the University of Newcastle's Faculty of Health and works in collaboration with the Hunter Medical Research Institute's (HMRI) Public Health Research Program. HMRI is a partnership between the University of Newcastle, Hunter New England Health and the community.
People aged between 18 and 28 who have type 1 diabetes, live in and around Armidale, Tamworth, Taree or Forster, are all invited to participate. Please contact the YOuR-Diabetes project by calling 02 4913 8822 or 0419 803 815 or email yourdiabetes@live.com.au
Media contact: Dr Lin Perry, phone 02 4913 8753 or 0408 276 884
Lin Perry Research ...
www.newcastle.edu.au, 14 Oct 2013 [cached]
Lin Perry Research Fellow
Journal of Advanced Nursing
www.journalofadvancednursing.com, 25 Aug 2011 [cached]
Dr. Lin Perry joined JAN's Editorial team in January 2006. Lin is Professor of Nursing Research and Practice Development at the University of Technology, Sydney. Her key research interests include the exploration of users' perspectives in relation to stroke and cardiac services, nutritional aspects of healthcare and the implementation of evidence-based healthcare.
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