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Dr. Lin Perry

Professor of Nursing Research and Practice Development

University of Technology Sydney

Direct Phone: +61 *********       

Email: l***@***.au

University of Technology Sydney

15 Broadway

Ultimo, New South Wales 2007

Australia

Company Description

The ELSSA Centre enhances teaching and learning at UTS through a focus on academic literacy, which involves reading, writing, listening, speaking, critical thinking and cultural knowledge. We do this by: collaborating with faculties to integrate the d... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Editor In Chief

International Journal of Nursing Practice

Research Centre for Gender Health and Ageing

School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle

Affiliations

Research Fellow
University of Newcastle

Senior Research Fellow In Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke
City University

Senior Research Fellow In Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke
St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery

Senior Research Fellow
Newcastle Institute of Public Health , University of Newcastle , New South Wales

Senior Research Fellow for Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke
Royal College of Nursing

Member
Virtual Institute of Research in Healthcare Practice

Education

MSc

PhD

Web References (72 Total References)


Research reaching out to young people with diabetes | UTS News Room

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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


"The first thing we looked at ...

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"The first thing we looked at was what influenced intention to leave because maintenance of the workforce is a key consideration," says study leader Lin Perry, who is professor of nursing research at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

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Those anonymous studies also showed the extent of nurses' sensitivity about revealing personal health information, says Professor Perry. "I had a couple of people text me saying - particularly around mental health and bullying - these are my answers to your questions. I'm not going to put it on paper. Don't try to track this phone number - I'm using a friend's phone."
Professor Perry says other important findings include:
Very poor workplace access to fresh food and nutritious cooked meals, especially for shift workers; many nurses do not have access to a fridge or kettle and rely on vending machines and takeaway food Take-up of health screening, such as mammogram, pap smear and bowel cancer screening, above the general population average but still inadequate Rates of depression and anxiety higher than the general population - a high level of stigma attached to reporting mental illness.
"There's a lot of stress and strain that is intrinsic to looking after people and their families, often at what is the worst, most stressful point in their lives … in a system that is creaking under the increasing weight of chronic disease," says Professor Perry.
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Professor Perry says: "We pay a lot of attention to the fact that our population is ageing and the prevalence of chronic disease is increasing - and the implications of that.


Research reaching out to young people with diabetes | UTS News Room

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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


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Professor Lin Perry

Professor Lin Perry


Find an expert | UTS News Room

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Professor Lin Perry

Professor Lin Perry

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