Dr Carol Reid
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyBackground Dr Carol Reid has many years of research experience and is currently lecturing with QUT’s School of Nursing in the area of research and evidence in nursing practice. She is an early career academic who has made significant contributions to the field of knowledge regarding self management of chronic diseases. Dr Reid has been successful in applying for competitive grants and is currently developing a psychometric measure to test patient-reported outcomes in cancer care. This research is complementary to previous research she has undertaken to increase understanding of effective patient outcomes.
Industry Research Activities Dr Reid is currently working with the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital on research that involves: Assessing alcohol use and a brief intervention for people with chronic viral hepatitis (B and C): A randomised controlled trial; and, Motivational Interviewing and a brief intervention for people with end stage kidney disease undergoing dialysis at home to improve self-care: A randomised controlled trial.
Project Highlights 2014: A. Psychometric testing of a patient-reported outcome measure for cancer care, IHBI Early Career Researcher Scheme. 2014: What factors influence nurses’ assessment practices? Development of the Barriers to Nurses’ use of Physical Assessment Scale. 2013: Examination of Nursing Patient Assessment Practices. School of Nursing QUT grant. 2013: A brief intervention for people with chronic viral hepatitis (B and C) and who drink alcohol: A randomised controlled trial. RBWH and RBWH Foundation Research Grants. 2013: Motivational Interviewing for people with End Stage Kidney Disease(ESKD) undergoing dialysis at home to improve treatment adherence: a randomised controlled trial. RBWH and RBWH Foundation Research Grants. 2011: A smoking cessation intervention for patients with chronic hepatitis C - A randomised controlled trial. Merc Sharpe and Dhome (Australia) Pty Ltd. 2011: A smoking cessation intervention for patients with chronic hepatitis C - A randomised controlled trial. RBWH Hepatology Trust Fund. 2010: Caring Efficacy and Job Satisfaction in Australian Registered Nurses - a Cross Sectional Survey. Qld Health Research Higher Degree Support Initiative. 2010 A smoking cessation intervention for patients with chronic hepatitis C - A randomised controlled trial (Qld Health Nursing & Midwifery Research Grants) and Qld Nursing Council Research Grants.
Efficacy, Drug and Alcohol, Nursing, Sexual health, Community health
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- PhD (Queensland University of Technology)
- Master of Applied Science (Queensland University of Technology)
- develops unit/course materials;
- assists in the administration of the School’s academic programs which include unit coordination; and,
- assists with the development and support of less experienced academic staff.