Projects per year
Samantha joined Monash Nursing & Midwifery in 2017. She has an extensive background in emergency nursing, working most recently as a clinical nurse educator in a busy metropolitan emergency department.
Samantha is passionate about the education of our future nurses. She has developed a keen interest in the use of simulation to bridge the learning gap between classroom theory and clinical practice. She believes the use of simulation embedded in nursing curricula has the positive benefit of developing knowledgeable, skilled and effective healthcare professionals, who can provide quality care for patients.
Nursing, Simulation based education, Simulation for assessment, Enhancing clinical practice using simulation
- Simulation based education
- Simulation in assessment
- Enhancing clinical practice with simulation
Griffiths, D. L., Brooks, I. A., Endacott, R., Dix, S. J., Rees-Sidhu, C. E., Barton, P. J. M., Hall, H. G., Gibson, S., Harrison, J. C., Ilic, D., Maloney, S. R., Leech, M. T., Adams, K., Merriman, C., Fuller, R., Homer, M. & Vance, S. C.
20/12/17 → 30/06/19
This project investigates midwifery and medical students’ knowledge, self-efficacy and satisfaction following simulation of inter-professional management of primary postpartum haemorrhage.
1/07/17 → 30/06/18
Research Output per year
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Midwifery and medical students’ knowledge, self-efficacy and satisfaction following simulation of inter-professional management of primary postpartum haemorrhage
Gayle Elizabeth McLelland (Recipient), Helen Grace Hall (Recipient), Virginia Margaret Plummer (Recipient), Samantha Jane Dix (Recipient), Anne Therese Tremayne (Recipient), Arunaz Kumar (Recipient), Christine East (Recipient), Bethany Leah Carr (Recipient), Heather Buttigieg (Recipient) & Shakyalal Vidhura Fernando (Recipient), 7 Jun 2017
Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)