Professor Kerry Reid-Searl School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Sciences

Professor of Simulation

Registered Nurse, Midwife, BHlth Sc (UCQ), MClin Ed, (UNSW), PhD, MRCNA,FCN.

Contact Details

Email: k.reid-searl@cqu.edu.au

Phone: (07) 4930 9741 - Ext: 59741

Office Location

About Me

Professor Kerry Reid-Searl has been involved in the CQUniversity undergraduate nursing program for the past 27 years. She is currently the Director of Simulation and relieving Dean in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Sciences. Kerry is an Adjunct Professor at Monash University.

Her current simulation work is focused on patient safety and strategies for 'the teacher in role'. In particular, she works with silicone humanistic props and has designed a unique modality in simulation called Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation). Mask-Ed stands for masking the educator, whilst KRS represents knowledgeable, realistic and spontaneous simulation. The technique is now gaining National and International reputation as reflected in her extensive invitations to present her work in Australia, New-Zealand, Japan, the USA and the UK. Kerry has also extended her work with puppets and has called the technique Pup-Ed (KRS Simulation). Together with Melbourne based Puppeteer, Richard Mueck, Kerry has designed a world first silicone procedural puppet which allows children to simulate medical procedures on a puppet.

Kerry works with undergraduate and post graduate students. She has been the recipient of extensive National teaching awards. She is the author and co-author of numerous nursing text books which are utilized by nursing students across Australian and New-Zealand. She has also been included in the Who's Who of Australian Women for the past six years.

Kerry has a strong interest in research. She has been the recipient of numerous grants. Her topics include simulation, patient safety, aged care and paediatrics. She supervises higher degree students and has successful completions at Masters and PhD level.

Kerry also a strong interest in international placements for students. For the past 8 years she has been involved with supervising students in Nepal and working to establish relationships with Fishtail Hospital, Pokhara University and the Lions Club of Pokhara. Kerry has been involved in the setting up of community projects within Nepal for students to gain experience in.

Kerry is based at the CQUniversity Rockhampton campus. She lives on the Capricorn coast. In her spare time she enjoys sea kayaking, pottery, camping, ukele, music and taking every opportunity to spend time with family and friends.

Background

Professor Kerry Reid-Searl grew up in Tasmania and undertook her initial nursing preparation at St Johns hospital in Tasmania. Having completed her general certificate she then moved to Queensland and spent several years working in the Torres Strait Islands including Saibai, Boigu, Kubin, Maubiag, Murray,Yorke and Badu, in the role of a remote area nurse.

Kerry then travelled extensively overseas, seeking out adventures including kayaking throughout the Fijian Islands and walking the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea, before returning to Australia to undertake her midiwifery preparation in Townsville. Upon completion of her midwifery qualifications she worked in the Aboriginal community of Cherbourg.

Kerry relocated to Rockhampton in 1990 where she began working in the medical ward of Rockhampton Hospital and was casually employed at the Mater Hospital. It was also at this time that Kerry commenced her work at CQUniversity (27 years ago) with the very first cohort of undergraduate nursing students. Since then she has been involved in many facets of the nursing program including curriculum design and delivery, course and program coordination, clinical coordination, international clinical placement supervision, Discipline Head, Deputy Dean of Learning and Teaching, Deputy Head of Program, Relieving Dean and Director of simulation.

Most recently Kerry has led the development and creation of simulation teaching modality termed Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation) which has now gained national and international recognition. She has implemented the technique in numerous universities and health care organizations nationally and internationally.

Kerry has developed a strong reputation in the nursing profession and has authored and co-authored several text books and published journal articles.

Kerry has extensive teaching experience and has been the recipient of numerous teaching awards. These include CQUniversity Opal Awards for Excellence in Engagement, Student Voice Awards, two Vice Chancellors Teaching Awards, two Faculty of Science Engineering and Health teaching award, two Australian Learning and Teaching Citations for her outstanding contribution to student learning. She was named Pearson/Australian Nurse Teacher Society- Nurse Teacher of the Year in 2009 and has received an Australian University Teaching Excellence Award. In 2013 Kerry received the Simulation Australia Achievement Award.

Kerry continues to explore every opportunity to bring innovation in to her learning and teaching spaces. She is presently the Director of Simulation in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Sciences. She supports the Dean in an acting role. Kerry currently supervises higher degree students and is the Chief Investigator and Co Investigator of several research projects focusing on simulation and patient safety. Kerry continues to remain up-to-date with clinical practice as a peadiatric nurse at Rockhampton Hospital - a position that she has held for the past 15 years. Kerry also has strong links in the community and is involved in a variety of community engagement activities including human relationship education with primary school children.

Kerry has been directly involved in social innovation activities in Nepal and in particular Fishtail Hospital and Pokhara University. Kerry has supervised student placements in Nepal since 2008.

Kerry also sits on many committees at CQUniversity including Academic Board. In 2018 Kerry was appointed as an Adjunct Professor to Monash University.

Universities Studied At

CQUniversity Australia

Univesrity Of New South Wales

Awards

2017- CQUniversity Opal Award for Excellence in Engagement; Innovation and Research.

2016- Student Voice Award

2015- Student Voice Award Commendation: Educator of the Year and Distance Educator of the Year.

2015- CQUniversity Opal Award for Excellence in Engagement; Service- 'Outward Bound Nepal Experience'.

2015- CQUniversity Opal Award for Excellence in Engagement; Innovation and Research- Pup Ed (KRS Simulation) 'From little things big things grow'.

2014- Student Voice Award Commendation: Educator of the Year and Distance Educator of the Year.

2013- Simulation Australia Achievement Award.

2012 - Australian University Teaching Excellence Award

2012 - Australian Awards for University Teaching - Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning

2012 - CQUniversity Tier 1 Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award

2011 - Australian Educational Publishing Award in the category of Tertiary (adaptation)

2010 - Central Queensland University Vice- Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence - Teacher of the Year

2010 - Faculty of Science Engineering and Health – Faculty Teaching Award

2009 - Pearson/Australian Nurse Teacher Society - Nurse Teacher of the Year

2009 - CQUniversity Lecturer of the Year – ranked 3rd (Unijobs.com.au)

2009 - Awarded a Best Paper at the 3rd International Clinical Skills Conference, Prato Italy

2009 - Awarded Best Paper for Innovation at Queensland Health Conference, Brisbane Queensland

2008 - Admission as a Fellow to the College of Nursing- Australia

2008 - Australian Teaching and Learning Council Citation for outstanding contribution to student learning

2008 - CQUniversity Lecturer of the Year – ranked 1st (Unijobs.com.au)

2007 - CQUniversity Lecturer of the Year – ranked 3rd (Unijobs.com.au)

2007 - Central Queensland University-Vice- Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence- Teacher of the Year

2007 - Faculty of Science Engineering and Health – Faculty Teaching Award

2006 - Central Queensland University Nominee AUTC Institutional Award

1992 - Recipient of Faculty of Health Science CQU Staff Prize - most outstanding student

1992 - Faculty of Health Science CQU Medal – highest GPA in the BHlth Sc Nursing Program

1988 - Mavis Hughes Award - Best Theoretical and Practical Midwifery Student

Professional Experience

Academic Career History

1990 -1999

Academic (Level A) Undergraduate Nursing Program, (On & Off campus), CQUniversity (Rockhampton)

1999 -2004

Academic (Level B) Undergraduate Nursing Program, Director of Clinical Education, CQUniversity (Rockhampton)

2004 - 2007

Academic (Level B) Undergraduate Nursing Program, Midwifery Program, CQUniversity (Rockhampton)

2008-2010

Academic (Level C) Undergraduate Nursing Program, CQUniversity (Rockhampton)

2010-2013

Academic (Level D Associate Professor, Assistant Dean Simulation, School of Nursing & Midwifery, CQUniversity (Rockhampton)

2013-current

Academic (Level E Professor, Deputy Head of Programme, Professor of Simulation, School of Nursing & Midwifery, CQUniversity Australia.

Clinical Career History

2003 - present

Part time Registered Nurse/ Midwife, Paediatrics, CQ Health Service District (Rockhampton)

2000 - 2003

Casual Educator, Family Planning Australia

1998 - 2003

Casual Registered Nurse/ Midwife, Mater Private Hospital, (Rockhampton)

1992 - 1999

Casual Registered Nurse/ Midwife, Rockhampton Hospital (Rockhampton)

1990 - 1991

Registered nurse/ Midwife, Rockhampton Base Hospital (Rockhampton)

1988 - 1990

Remote Area Nurse / Midwife, Cherbourg Hospital and Wondai Hospital

1987 - 1988

Student Midwife, Kirwan Hospital for Women (Townsville)

1983 - 1986

Remote Area Nurse - Torres Strait Queensland

Professional Memberships
  • Member of Royal College of Nursing Australia
  • Fellow College of Nursing Australia
  • Member of Queensland Nurses Union
  • Member of NTEU
  • Member of LTERC CQUniversity Australia
  • Member of Simulation, Pedagogy, Innovation, Research and Engagement (InSPIRE)
  • Invited member of CQ Health Service District Development committee
  • Member of Panel of External Expert Reviewers (EER) for Queensland Health HREC
  • Member of Queensland Paediatric Quality Council (QPQC)
  • Member of Reference Group for the Joanne Briggs Institute (JBI) Node for Wound Healing
Responsibilities

Kerry Reid-Searl is responsible for the following areas/duties:

  • Director of Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) and Pup Ed (KRS Simulation)
  • Deputy Head of Programme School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Supervisor of allocated staff in the School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Course Coordination - Fundamentals of Nursing Practice
  • Supervisor and Co Supervisor- higher degree students
  • Chief Investigator and Co investigator in multiple research grant projects
  • Portfolio management for Simulation in the School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Early Career Academic Program Mentoring
Professional Interests
  • Simulation in nursing education
  • Patient Safety and undergraduate nursing students
  • Wound Management
  • Undergraduate nursing students and their clinical experiences
  • International nursing placements
  • Paediatrics

Key Achievements


Kerry counts the following among her key achievements:

  • Being the recipient of numerous teaching awards.
  • Being invited to attend as a keynote speaker to numerous international and national conferences to showcase CQUniversity.
  • Designing and developing innovative teaching simulation modalities- Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation) and Pup Ed (KRS Simulation).
  • Achieving high levels of satisfaction in courses she has delivered in the undergraduate nursing program at CQUniversity.
  • Coordinating international clinical placements in Nepal, India and Thailand and being a part of developing further relationships.
  • Opening doors in simulation that focus on intimate human care.
Editor

 Kerry is currently involved with the International Editorial Reviewer Board of Clinical Nursing Studies.


Consultancy Work

Kerry currently provides consultancy advice related to the delivery of workshops and presentations around the Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation) and Pup-ED (KRS Simulation) programs. Kerry also is a well known speaker Nationally and Internationally in Simulation and Innovation.

Books

Chapter Contributions

  • Carville,k., Reid-Searl,K., Chapter 15, A Person-Centred Approach to Assessing the Integumentary System in Lemone, P., Burke, K., Bauldoff, G., Gubrud, P., Levett-Jones, T., Hales, M., Berry, J., Carville, K., Dwyer, T., Knox, N.,Moxham, L., Raymond., D & Reid-Searl, K. (Eds.). (2017). Medical-Surgical Nursing Volumes 1-3: Critical Thinking for-Centred Care (3e) (3rd ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W: Pearson Australia.
  • Quinney, L, Reid-Searl, K, Mills, V & Walker, B. (2017), 'Caring for a child with type 1 diabetes', in T. Levett- Jones (ed.), Clinical reasoning: learning to think like a nurse,2ND Edit, Pearson Australia, Frenchs Forest.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Carville, K., ONeill, B., Mainey, L., Crowley, K. (2017). Chapter 50, Urinary Elimination, in Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, 4th Australian Ed, Pearson Australia,Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Carville, K., ONeill, B., Mainey, L., Crowley, K. (2017). Chapter 51, Feacal Elimination, in Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, 4th Australian Ed, Pearson Australia, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Kahl,J., Carville, K., Hewerdine, S. (2015). Chapter 50, Urinary Elimination, in Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, 3rd Australian Ed, Pearson Australia, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Carville, K., Hewerdine, S., Kahl,J. (2015). Chapter 51, Feacal Elimination, in Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, 3rd Australian Ed, Pearson Australia, Sydney Australia.
  • Carville,k., Reid-Searl,K., Chapter 15, A Person-Centred Approach to Assessing the Integumentary System in Lemone, P., Burke, K., Bauldoff, G., Gubrud, P., Levett-Jones, T., Hales, M., Berry, J., Carville, K., Dwyer, T., Knox, N. Moxham, L., Raymond., D & Reid-Searl, K. (Eds.). (2014). Medical-Surgical Nursing Volumes 1-3: Critical Thinking for Person-Centred Care (3e) (2nd ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W: Pearson Australia.
  • Rowe, S., Carville, K., Wood, F., Edgar, D., Cowan, N., Phillips, F, Reid-Searl, K. Chapter 17, Nursing Care of People with Burns, in Lemone, P., Burke, K., Bauldoff, G., Gubrud, P., Levett-Jones, T., Hales, M., Berry, J., Carville, K., Dwyer, T., Knox, N., Moxham, L., Raymond., D & Reid-Searl, K. (Eds.). (2014). Medical-Surgical Nursing Volumes 1-3: Critical Thinking for Person-Centred Care (3e) (2nd ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W: Pearson Australia
  • Quinney, L, Reid-Searl, K, Vieth, L & Walker, B. (2012), 'Caring for a child with type 1 diabetes', in T. Levett- Jones (ed.), Clinical reasoning: learning to think like a nurse, Pearson Australia, Frenchs Forest.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Carville, K, Kahl, J & Hewerdine, S. (2012), Chapter 50 'Urinary elimination' in A Berman, SJ Snyder, B Krozier, G Erb, T Levett-Jones, T Dwyer, M Hales, N Harvey, Y Luxford, L Moxham, T Park, B Parker, K Reid-Searl & D Stanley (eds), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing, 2ND Australian Edition, Pearson, Frenchs Forest, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Carville, K & Hewerdine, S. (2012), Chapter 51 'Feacal elimination', in A Berman, S Synder, T Levett-Jones, T Dwyer, M Hales, N Harvey, Y Luxford, L Moxham, T Park, B Parker, K Reid-Searl & D Stanley (eds), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing, 2nd Australian Edition, Pearson, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Carville, K, & Hewerdine, S. (2009), 'Urinary elimination' in A Berman, SJ Snyder, B Krozier, G Erb, T Levett-Jones, T Dwyer, M Hales, N Harvey, Y Luxford, L Moxham, T Park, B Parker, K Reid-Searl & D Stanley (eds), Kozier and Erb's fundamentals of nursing, Pearson, Frenchs Forest, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Carville, K & Hewerdine, S. (2009), Chapter 51 'Feacal elimination', in A Berman, S Synder, T Levett-Jones, T Dwyer, M Hales, N Harvey, Y Luxford, L Moxham, T Park, B Parker, K Reid-Searl & D Stanley (eds), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing, 1st Australian Edition, Pearson, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Carville, K & Hewerdine, S. (2009), Chapter 50 'Urinary elimination', in A Berman, S Synder, T Levett-Jones, T Dwyer, M Hales, N Harvey, Y Luxford, L Moxham, T Park, B Parker, K Reid-Searl & D Stanley (eds), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing, 1st Australian Edition, Pearson, Sydney, Australia.
  • Carville,k., Reid-Searl,K., Chapter 15, A Person-Centred Approach to Assessing the Integumentary System in Lemone, P., Burke, K., Bauldoff, G., Gubrud, P., Levett-Jones, T., Hales, M., Berry, J., Carville, K., Dwyer, T., Knox, N.,Moxham, L., Raymond., D & Reid-Searl, K. (Eds.). (2009). Medical-Surgical Nursing Volumes 1-3: Critical Thinking forPerson-Centred Care (3e) (1st ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W: Pearson Australia.
  • Rowe, S., Carville, K., Wood, F., Edgar, D., Cowan, N., Phillips, F, Reid-Searl, K. Chapter 17, Nursing Care of People with Burns, in Lemone, P., Burke, K., Bauldoff, G., Gubrud, P., Levett-Jones, T., Hales, M., Berry, J., Carville, K., Dwyer, T., Knox, N., Moxham, L., Raymond., D & Reid-Searl, K. (Eds.). (2009). Medical-Surgical Nursing Volumes 1-3: Critical Thinking for Person-Centred Care (3e) (2nd ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W: Pearson Australia

Textbooks Authored and or Edited

  • Berman, A, Snyder, S, Kozier, B, Erb, G, Levett-Jones, T, Dwyer, Hales, M, Harvey, N, Luxford, Y, Moxham, L, Park,T, Parker, B, Reid-Searl, K, Stanley, D. (2017), Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, 4th Australian Edition, Pearson Education, Australia.
  • Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., & Bullock, K. (2017). EDDIE: Early Detection of Deterioration in Elderly: Clinical guide for nursing staff working in aged care Rockhampton: Central Queensland University.
  • Lemone, P., Burke, K., Bauldoff, G., Gubrud, P., Levett-Jones, T., Hales, M., Berry, J., Carville, K., Dwyer, T., Knox, N.,Moxham, L., Raymond., D & Reid-Searl, K. (Eds.). (2017).Medical-Surgical Nursing Volumes 1-3: Critical Thinking for Person-Centred Care (3e) (3rd ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W: Pearson Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Dwyer, T, Moxham.L, Ryan, J. (2014), Nursing Student’s Clinical Survival Guide', 3rd Edit Pearson, Sydney, Australia.
  • LeMone,P, Burke,K, Dwyer,T, Levett-Jones, T, Moxham,L, Reid-Searl,K, Berry,K Carville, K, Hales, M, Knox,N, Luxford,Y, Raymond, D.(2014), Medical-Surgical Nursing: Critical Thinking in Client Care, 2nd Australian edition Pearson Education, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Dwyer, T, Ryan, J, Moxham, L & Richards, A. (2012), Nursing & Health Survival Guide: Clinical Skills. (2nd ed.), Pearson, United Kingdom.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Dwyer, T, Moxham, L, Reid-Speirs, J & Richards, A. (2012), Nursing & Health Survival Guide Maths and Medications, 2nd ed. Pearson Education, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Dwyer, T, Moxham, L, Lovegrove, M & Applegarth, J. (2012), 'The Nursing and Midwifery Student's Clinical Midwifery Survival Guide', Pearson, Sydney, Australia.
  • Berman, A, Snyder, S, Kozier, B, Erb, G, Levett-Jones, T, Dwyer, Hales, M, Harvey, N, Luxford Y, Moxham, L, Park,T, Parker, B, Reid-Searl, K, Stanley, D. (2012), Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, Vols 1-3 (2nd ed), Pearson Education, Australia.
  • LeMone,P, Burke,K, Dwyer,T, Levett-Jones, T, Moxham,L, Reid-Searl,K, Berry,K Carville, K, Hales, M, Knox,N, Luxford,Y, Raymond, D.(2010), Medical-Surgical Nursing: Critical Thinking in Client Care, 1st Australian edition Pearson Education, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T, Ryan, J. & Moxham, L. Richards, A. (2009), Student Nurse Clinical Skills Survival Guide 2nd edit. Pearson Education Limited: Edingburgh Gate, UK. ISBN: 978-0-273-72047-8.
  • Reid Searl, K., Dwyer, T, Moxham, L. & Reid-Speirs, J. Richards, A.(2009), Student Nurse Maths and Medications Survival Guide.Pearson Education Limited:Edingburgh Gate,UK. ISBN:978-0-273-72022-5.
  • Berman, A, Snyder, S, Kozier, B, Erb, G, Levett-Jones, T, Dwyer, Hales, M, Harvey, N, Luxford, Y, Moxham, L, Park,T, Parker, B, Reid-Searl, K, Stanley, D. (2009), Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing, First Australian Edition, Pearson Education, Australia.

Journal Articles

  • Mainey, L., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Bassett, J. (2018). High-Level Realism in Simulation: A Catalyst for Providing Intimate Care. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 17, 47-57. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2017.12.001
  • Reid-Searl, K., Mainey, L., Bassett, J., & Dwyer, T. (2018). Using Simulation to Prepare Neophyte Nursing Students to Deliver Intimate Patient Care. Collegian, In submission Ref no:COLL_2018_2075.
  • Andersen, P., Baron, S., Bassett, J., Govind, N., Hayes, C., Lapkin, S., ... & Power, T. (2018). Snapshots of Simulation: Innovative Strategies Used by International Educators to Enhance Simulation Learning Experiences for Health Care Students. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 16, 8-14.
  • Dargusch, J., Harris, L. R., Reid-Searl, K., & Taylor, B. A. (2017). Creating first-year assessment support: lecturer perspectives and student access. Distance Education, 38(1), 106-122.
  • Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Dwyer, T., & Crowley, K. (2017). Using a Procedural Puppet to Teach Peadiatric Nursing Procedures. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 13(1), 15-23.
  • Frost, J. & Reid-Searl. K. (2017). Exploring the potential of Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to teach both the art and science of nursing: A discussion paper, Collegian 24( 2).
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2017). Risky business: Lived experience mental health practice, nurses as potential allies. International journal of mental health nursing, 26(3), 285-292.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Quinney, L., Dwyer, T., Vieth, L., Nancarrow, L., & Walker, B. (2017). Puppets in an acute paediatric unit: Nurse’s experiences. Collegian, 24(5), 441-447.
  • Kable, A. K., Levett-Jones, T. L., Arthur, C., Reid-Searl, K., Humphreys, M., Morris, S., ... & Witton, N. J. (2017). A cross-national study to objectively evaluate the quality of diverse simulation approaches for undergraduate nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice.
  • O'Neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., ReidSearl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2017). Nursing staff intentions towards managing deteriorating health in nursing homes: a convergent parallel mixed methods study using the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Journal of clinical nursing.
  • Tilbrook, A., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Parson, J. A. (2017). A review of the literature–The use of interactive puppet simulation in nursing education and children's healthcare. Nurse education in practice, 22, 73-79.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2017). Acknowledging Rural Disadvantage in Mental Health: Views of Peer Workers. Perspectives in psychiatric care, 53(4), 259-265.
  • Reid-Searl, K., & O'Neill, B. (2017). Mask-Ed: Breaking the Barrier of Fear of Intimate Care for Nursing Students. Journal of Nursing Education, 56(9), 572-574.
  • Levett-Jones, T., Reid-Searl, K., Andersen, P. R., Guinea, S., & Dwyer, T. (2017). Tag team patient safety simulation workshop: Addressing patient safety by building student confidence and resilience. In Abstracts: 7th International Clinical Skills Conference. Monash University.
  • O'neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., ReidSearl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2017). Managing the deteriorating nursing home resident after the introduction of a hospital avoidance programme: a nursing perspective. Scandinavian journal of caring sciences, 31(2), 312-322.
  • Harris, L. R., Dargusch, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Nursing student perceptions of different assessment tasks implications for the introduction of new genres.
  • Byrne, L., Roper, C., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). The stigma of identifying as having a lived experience runs before me: challenges for lived experience roles. Journal of Mental Health, 1-7.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2016). Risky business: Lived experience mental health practice, nurses as potential allies. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Lived experience practitioners and the medical model: world’s colliding?. Journal of Mental Health, 25(3), 217-223.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2016). Acknowledging Rural Disadvantage in Mental Health: Views of Peer Workers. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care.
  • Ennis, G., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Intentional Modelling: A Process for Clinical Leadership Development in Mental Health Nursing. Issues in mental health nursing, 37(5), 353-359.
  • O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital: A review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric Nursing, 36, p. 423-430. (Impact factor 1.2)
  • O'Neill, B., Reid-Searl K., Dwyer T. & Parkinson L. (2015): What the deteriorating resident means to nursing staff in aged care. Collegian: The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research, in resubmission. (Impact factor 1.175)
  • O'Neill B, Parkinson L, Dwyer T & Reid-Searl K (2015): Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital: A review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric Nursing (New York, N.Y.) 36, 423-430
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Lived experience practitioners and the medical model: world’s colliding?. Journal of Mental Health, 1-7.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Recovery as a Lived Experience Discipline: A Grounded Theory Study. Issues in mental health nursing, 36(12), 935-943.
  • Frost, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Exploring the potential of Mask-Ed™(KRS simulation) to teach both the art and science of nursing: A discussion paper. Collegian.
  • Ennis, G., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2015). Clinical leadership in mental health nursing: the importance of a calm and confident approach. Perspectives in psychiatric care, 51(1), 57-62.
  • Rhodes, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Masked tutor brings patient to 'life'. Nursing New Zealand (Wellington, NZ: 1995), 21(1), 14-15.
  • Ennis, G., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2015). Enabling professional development in mental health nursing: the role of clinical leadership. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing, 22(8), 616-622.
  • O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital: A review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric Nursing, 36(6), 423-430. doi:10.1016/j.gerinurse.2015.06.001
  • Levett-Jones, T., Andersen, P., Reid-Searl, K., Guinea, S., McAllister, M., Lapkin, S., ... & Niddrie, M. (2015). Tag team simulation: An innovative approach for promoting active engagement of participants and observers during group simulations. Nurse education in practice, 15(5), 345-352.
  • Dwyer, T., Friel, D., McAllister, M., Reid-Searl, K. R., & Rossi, D. (2015). The write stuff: A proactive approach to increasing academics' writing skills and outcomes. Nurse education in practice.
  • Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K. R., McAllister, M., Guerin, M., & Friel, D. (2015). Advanced life simulation: High-fidelity simulation without the high technology. Nurse education in practice, 15(6), 430-436.
  • Rhodes, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Masked tutor brings patient to'life'. Nursing New Zealand (Wellington, NZ: 1995), 21(1), 14-15.
  • ReidSearl, K., Bowman, A., McAllister, M., Cowling, C., & Spuur, K. (2014). The masked educatorinnovative simulation in an Australian undergraduate Medical Sonography and Medical Imaging program. Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences, 61(4), 233-240.
  • McNamara, N., Reid Searl, K., & Dwyer, T. (2014). High fidelity human patient simulators in undergraduate nursing programmes: Are they justified and do they improve student learning outcomes?. Dynamics of HumanHealth, 1(1).
  • Reid-Searl, K., Levett-Jones, T., Cooper, S., & Happell, B. (2014). The implementation of Mask-Ed: Reflections of academic participants. Nurse Education in Practice.
  • Reid Searl, K., McAllister, M., Dwyer, T., Krebs, K. L., Anderson, C., Quinney, L., & McLellan, S. (2014). Little people, big lessons: An innovative strategy to develop interpersonal skills in undergraduate nursing students. Nurse education today.
  • Happell, B., Gaskin, C. J., Reid-Searl, K., & Dwyer, T. (2014). Physical and psychosocial wellbeing of nurses in a regional Queensland hospital. Collegian, 21(1), 71-78.
  • Ennis, G., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2014). Clinical Leadership in Mental Health Nursing: The Importance of a Calm and Confident Approach. Perspectives in psychiatric care.
  • McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Downer, T, Harrison, P, Harvey, T, Reid-Searl, K, Lynch, K, Arthur, C, Layh, J, Calleja, P, (2013). ‘Snapshots of simulation: Creative strategies used by Australian educators to enhance simulation learning experiences for nursing students’, Nurse Education in Practice, vol., pp. 1-6, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2013.04.010
  • Happell, B, Dwyer, T, Reid-Searl, K, Burke, KJ, Caperchione, CM & Gaskin, CJ (2013). 'Nurses and stress: recognizing causes and seeking solutions', Journal of Nursing Management, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 638-647, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jonm.2013.21.issue-4
  • Happell, B, Reid-Searl, K, Dwyer, K, Gaskin,C, & Burke, K, (2013). ‘How Nurses cope with occupational stress outside their workplaces’, Collegian, vol. 20, pp.195-199.
  • Happell, B., Dwyer, T., ReidSearl, K., Burke, K. J., Caperchione, C. M., & Gaskin, C. J. (2013). Nurses and stress: recognizing causes and seeking solutions. Journal of nursing management, 21(4), 638-647.
  • McAllister, M, Reid-Searl, K, Davis, S, (2013). ‘Who is that masked educator? Deconstructing the teaching and learning processes of an innovative humanistic simulation technique’, Nurse Education Today, vol. 33,pp.1453-1458.
  • Kable, A, Arthur, C, Levett-Jones, T, Reid-Searl, K, (2013). ‘Student evaluation of simulation in undergraduate nursing programs in Australia using quality indicators’, Nursing and Health Sciences, vol.15, pp.235-243.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Happell, B., Burke, K. J., & Gaskin, C. J. (2013). Nursing students and the supervision of medication administration. Collegian, 20(2), 109-114.
  • Moxham, L, Dwyer, T, & Reid-Searl, K, (2013). ‘Articulating expectations for PhD candidature upon commencement: ensuring supervisor/student ‘best fit’, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 35. doi:10.1080/1360080X.2013.812030
  • Moxham, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2013). Graduate nurses and nursing student's behaviour: Knowledge and attitudes toward smoking cessation. Nurse education today, 33(10), 1143-1147.
  • Lane Krebs, K, Reid-Searl, K, & Heidke, P. (2012). 'Administer one puppet PRN', Australian Nursing Journal, vol. 19, no. 8, pp. 43-43.
  • Brown, RA, Guinea, S, Crookes, PA, McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Kelly, M, Reid-Searl, K, Churchouse, C, Andersen, P, Chong, N & Smith, A. (2012). 'Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand: through the lens of an advisory group', Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 177-186. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2012.05.002
  • Happell, B, Reid-Searl, K, Dwyer, T, Caperchione, CM, Gaskin, CJ & Burke, K,J. (2012). 'How nurses cope with occupational stress outside their workplaces', Collegian, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2012.08.003
  • Reid-Searl, K, Happell, B, Vieth, L, Eaton, A. (2012). 'High Fidelity Patient Silicone Simulation : a qualitative evaluation of nursing students experiences', Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 77-83, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2011.09.003
  • Kable, AK, Arthur, C, Levett-Jones, T & Reid-Searl, K. (2012). 'Student evaluation of simulation in undergraduate nursing programs in Australia using quality indicators', Nursing & Health Sciences, vol. 15, no. 2 pp. 235-243, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/nhs.12025
  • Brown, R, Guinea, S, Crookes, P, McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Kelly, M, Reid-Searl, K, Churchouse, C, Andersen, P, Chong, N, Smith, A. 2012, 'Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand: Through the lens of an advisory group.', Collegian: The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research, vol.19, no.3, pp. 177-186, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2012.05.002
  • Reid-Searl, K & Happell, B. (2012). 'Supervising nursing students administering medication: a perspective from registered nurses', Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol. 21, no. 13-14, pp. 1998-2005, http://dx.doi/org/10.1111/jcn.2012.21.issue-13-14
  • Moxham, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (20130. Graduate nurses and nursing student's behaviour: Knowledge and attitudes toward smoking cessation. Nurse education today, 33(10), 1143-1147.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Happell, B, Vieth, L, Eaton, A. (2011). The Educator inside the patient: Students insights into high fidelity silicone simulation. Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol 20,19-20, pp.2752-60
  • Reid-Searl, K. Happell, B. Vieth, L. Eaton, A. (2011). HIGH FIDELITY PATIENT SILICONE SIMULATION: A QUALITATIVE EVALUATION OF NURSING STUDENTS' EXPERIENCES. Collegian. vol 19, pp.77-83 .
  • Reid-Searl, K., & Happell, B. (2011). Factors influencing the supervision of nursing students administering medication: the registered nurse perspective. Collegian, 18(4), 139-146.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L, Happell, B. (2010). Enhancing patient safety: The importance of direct supervision for avoiding medication errors and near misses by undergraduate nursing students, International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol.16, no 3, pp.225-232.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., Happell, B. (2010). Whatever it takes: Nursing students experiences of administering medication in the clinical setting, Qualitative Health Research, vol.20, no. 7,pp. 952-965.
  • Moxham, L, Dwyer, T, Happell, B, Reid-Searl, K., Kahl, J, Morris, J, Wheatland, N. (2010). Recognising our role: Improved confidence of general nurses providing care to young people with a mental illness in a rural paediatric unit, Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol.19,no.9-10, pp. 1434-1442.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S, Happell, B.(2010). Supervising medication administration by undergraduate nursing students: Influencing factors.,Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol. 19, no 5-6, pp. 775-784.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Moxham, L. Walker,S, Happell, B.(2010). Nursing students administering medication: appreciating and seeking appropriate supervision, Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol. 66 no 3, pp. 532-541.
  • ReidSearl, K., Moxham, L., & Happell, B. (2010). Enhancing patient safety: the importance of direct supervision for avoiding medication errors and near misses by undergraduate nursing students. International journal of nursing practice, 16(3), 225-232.
  • Moxham, L Dwyer,T, Happell, B, Reid-Searl, K, Kahl, J Morris, J Wheatland N. (2010). Recognising our role: improved confidence of general nurses providing care to young people with a mental illness in a rural paediatric unit. Journal of Clinical Nursing,vol.19, no 9, pp. 2010.Online ISSN: 1365-2702 Print ISSN: 0962-1067
  • Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Happell, B., Moxham, L., Kahl, J., Morris, J., & Wheatland, N. (2009). Caring for children with complex emotional and psychological disorders: attitudes of nurses in a rural paediatric unit, Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol.18,no 24, pp. 3441-3449.
  • Happell, B., Moxham, L., Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Kahl, J., Morris, J., & Wheatland, N. (2009). Promoting mental health care in a rural Paediatric Unit through Participatory Action Research. Australian Journal of Rural Health, vol.17, no 3, pp. 155-60
  • Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., & Happell, B. (2009). Internal conflict: undergraduate nursing students’ response to inadequate supervision during the administration of medication, Collegian, vol. 16, no 2,pp. 71-77.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2010). De-Masking Cyril Smith: How the use of role play became a serious educational tool. Connections, Royal College of Nursing Australia, 13, 2, June 2010, 34-35
Invited Papers/Speaker

Key notes/Invited presentations

  • Reid-Searl, K. (2018). Invited address Simulation with a difference. Zonta Regional Conference, April, Regent Hotel, Rockhampton, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address Pushing the Boundaries to Enhance Patient Safety: Engaging the Emotional and Social Elements of Learning through Simulation. ACU Simulation Conference, December, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address Dare to be different. CQUniversity Engineering Conference, November, CQU, Rockhampton, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K & Chappel, J (2017). Invited Key note address Simulation with Heart and Soul. Pokhara, Nepal, Community presentation, Chamber of Commerce, November, Nepal.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address, ‘The Power of Communication; daring to be different in teaching others about communication’ National Day Surgery Conference, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address THE POWER OF NARRATIVE-HEARING THE PATIENT STORY THROUGH THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF- MASK ED (KRS SIMULATION)’ AASTN Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. and Chappel, J. (2017).” Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) and intimate patient care for the vulnerable older person”. NIMAC Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Crownover, J & Vieth L. (2017). Invited Key note address, “Teaching the art of intimate care through Mask Ed (KRS) Simulation”. CAE Human Patient Simulation Global Conference, CAE, Florida USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address THE POWER OF NARRATIVE-HEARING THE PATIENT STORY THROUGH THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF- MASK ED (KRS SIMULATION)’ AASTN Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2016). Invited Keynote “Hearing the Story through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)”, QWCA Conference, Royal Brisbane Hospital)
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Invited Keynote , “Falls and Falls Prevention – through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)”, NSW April Falls Day Conference, Nepean Hospital.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Invited Speaker “Mask Ed: An Innovative Teaching Strategy that teaches students to care for the elderly” Aged Care Global Summit, Gold Coast, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2016). Opening Keynote Address, “Simulation in the space of intimate human care”, INACSL Conference, Texas USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016), Invited Speaker, “Unmasking the Masked Educator”, BusiWomen Conference, Yeppoon, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015), Invited Speaker, Student centered learning with simulation as a focus: The journey of an innovative simulation teaching strategy that caters for learners beyond the walls of a classroom. Australian Engineering Conference, Victoria, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015), Keynote Address, Teaching Intimate Care through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) Queensland Regional Training Network Clinical Training Symposium, Brisbane.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) ‘Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to Pup-Ed™ (KRS simulation): Silicone props and puppets – the new faces of simulation’. Sim Health Conference, Adelaide Convention Cente, Adelaide.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Key note Address,‘ Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) Strategies for the Teacher in Role’. SLE Forum, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation)’ Strategies for the Teacher in Role’. 3rd Aged Health Collaborative Forum, Westmead Hospital, Sydney.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed Education’ 12th Annual Paediatric Endocrine Nurses Meeting, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation’ Centa- Care Conference, Yeppoon, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation’ CHOP’s Workshop, Nepean Hospital, Sydney.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation. Humanistic and Realistic Simulation; An Innovation in Learning and Teaching’ Nagoya City University, Japan.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘A Costumed Approach to Education’ Continence Foundation of Australia, 2nd Annual Conference, Western Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)’ Laerdal SUN Conference, Goldcoast, Qld, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)’ Rotary Annual Presentation Dinner, Rockhampton, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. & Vieth, L. (2014) Keynote Address ‘Hearing a patient’s story through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation); Cyril Smith and his stoma experience’ DANSAC Nurse Study Day, Budapest.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), ‘Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation): Keynote address, ANZUNZ conference.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), ‘Cyril’s Wise Words; What’s Age got to do with it’. Keynote address, NNSWLHD Aged CARE Symposium, July 31st-Aug 1st 2014, Ballina Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), University of Bradford, Keynote lecture; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), 30- June, Bradford, UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), Northumbria University, Keynote lecture; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), August 5, Northumbria, UK
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation): A humanistic approach in simulation...teaching a way to hear the person’s story in the journey of rehabilitation.Keynote address, 23rd Annual ARNA Conference,Rehabilitation: Being and Doing, 18th October 2013, Darling Harbour Convention Centre, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Touching the heart through simulation’. Key note address, Australian Day Surgery Nurses Association, 12-13th October, Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne Victoria.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Suspension in disbelief: an innovative approach to learning and teaching through simulation’. Key note address, National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, 2-4 October, Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Reid-Searl, K. & Vieth, L. (2013), ‘Role Play to Engage Learners’. Key note address, VET Teaching and Learning Conference, 5-6 September, Healesville ,Victoria.
  • Gough, S., Jones De Roy, N., Kelly, M.,Phamprus, P., Reid-Searl, K., Williams, B. 2013, ‘Simulation Approaches-How Do We Do It and With Whom?.’ Invited Panel Discussion, Sim Health Conference ‘Crossing Boundaries’, 16-20 September, Brisbane Convention &Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
  • Watson, M., & Reid-Searl, K., (2013), ‘Creating Immersion in Simulation’. Invited Sim Health Workshop ‘Crossing Boundaries’, 16-20 September, Brisbane Convention &Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L., Nancarrow, L., Walker B. (2013), The Experiences of Nurses Using Puppets through a guided pedagogy: Pup-Ed (KRS Simulation). Oral paper, The Australian College of Children and Young People’s Nurses Conference/4th International Congress on Paediatric Nursing, 28th August, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Victoria, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Teaching Patient Centred Care through Simulation’. Invited Speaker, Monash Health Nursing and Midwifery Leadership Breakfast, 26th September, Melbourne, Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), The Creative Art of Simulation-Realism Beyond Belief; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation). Invited speaker, The Science Art and Business of Medicine Conference, 24-25th August, Peppers Resort, Kingscliff, NSW.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), The Transformation of Puppets in Simulation. Invited speaker, The Science Art and Business of Medicine Conference, 24-25th August, Peppers Resort, Kingscliff, NSW.
  • Reid-Searl, K, (2013), Unveiling the Masked Educator. Key note address, International Nurses Day ‘Diversity in Nursing Conference, May 11th, CQuniversity, Rockhampton.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2013), Suspending Learners in Disbelief: A Humanistic Simulation Approach- Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation), Key note address, HEA Conference, June, Birmingham UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Vieth, L. (2013), Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation); A simulation approach without walls in space or disciplines. Key note address, CAE Conference, June, Luton, UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Realism beyond belief-simulation with the person at the centre’. Key note address, Australian Diabetes Education Association Queensland State Conference June Toowomba, Qld .
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Hybrid Simulations to enhance learning and teaching’. Invited speaker, Technology Enhanced Learning in Health Conference, May 1st 2013, Victoria Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L.(2013), ‘Keeping the person central to their cancer management-’. Key note address, Victorian Cancer Council Conference, May 2013, Victoria Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Keeping the person central to their continence management-hear first their story’. Key note address, HACC Conference, March 2013, Brisbane Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘A New Face for Renal Education’. Key note address, the 3rd Biennial Nephrology Educators Network Symposium, February 2013, Gold Coast Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Hear my story, Humanistic simulation with a focus on patient safety’. Key note address, Experience, Inspire, Manage, Share Symposium, Tasmanian Rural Health Centre, February 2013, Burnie, Tasmania Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Crownover, J., Vieth, L. (2013), ‘New Faces of Simulation, Masking the Educator ’. Oral paper, IMSH SSH Generation Simuation: Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders, January 26-30, Orlando USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Innovation in Learning and Teaching : from a dress up box to amazing props', key note address to the Learning and Teaching Conference : Future directions in Learning and Teaching, 29-30 November, 2012, University of Ballarat, Victoria.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Weaving Culture Education and Technology into a Brilliant Blend', invited address to 19th WCET Biennial Congress, 19-23 April 2012, Adelaide, South Australia, WCET, Adelaide, South Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), Putting the FUN back into learning through an innovative technique, keynote presentation to the Lead, Create and Celebrate : Living Education Seminar at the Hellenic Club, Woden on Friday May 4th 2012.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Realistic and Spontaneous simulation; Innovations in nursing education.', key note presentation to 14th National Nurse Education Conference, 11-13 April 2012, Perth, Western Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'High fidelity simulation teaching : to improve the delivery of geriatric care.', guest presentation to the RBWH Hospital in the Nursing Home Aged Care Conference, 9-11 May, 2012, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Effective patient education: getting the message and the delivery right.', key note address to the Australian Wound Management Association Conference 2012, 18-21 March 2012, Sydney, AWMA, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) ACT Govt. Health 2012 Lead, Create and Celebrate Symposium. Canberra May 4th 2012.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Realistic & spontaneous simulation: Innovations in Nursing Education, Australian Nurse Educator Conference, Perth WA. April 14th.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Weaving Culture Education & Technology into a Brilliant Blend: A different way to teach. Seeing is believing!!! . key note address; The World Council of Entero-stomal Therapists. 19th Biennial Congress.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Effective Patient Education: Getting the message and delivery ‘right’. Australian Wound Management Association Conference 18-21 March, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). The Power of One. key note address; Wounds Awareness Seminar 23rd March, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), JCU Learning and Teaching Symposium, JCU,Townsville.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), So What’s Behind the Mask, key note address; Day Surgery Nurses Association of Queensland, Conference Gold Coast, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), Creating Mask Ed (KRS Simulation): an innovative teaching strategy, key note address National Leadership and Education Conference, Brisbane Qld,
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), key note address, Royal Womens’ Hospital Grand Rounds, Brisbane Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), Innovations in Practice- A new face in education where human responses matter, 12th Victorian Collaborative Psychiatric Nursing Conference Melbourne Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Hearing the Patients Story through a powerful Simulation technique, Orygon Health Research Centre, Melbourne Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Be bold-pushing the boundaries of simulation-an innovative way to really consider the patient’s story, key note address, Australian Case Management Conference, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed Humanistic Simulation; An innovative Educative Approach to consider the Patient’s Story, key note address, NSW Nurses Practictioner Conference ‘Keeping our Patients between the Flags’, Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), An Innovative Simulation Approach to Embed Safety, key note address, Qld Health, Whole Person, Whole Team Holistic Health Forum, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), MASK-ED: Knowledgeable, realistic and spontaneous simulation- beyond the boundaries. The Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Inc Symposium at the Park-Sharing the Knowledge, Informing the Practice, Perth Western Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2010), Dare to be Different: taking the plunge to teach wound management using some novel strategies. Australian Wound Management Association Journey into New Frontiers Conference, 24-27 March Perth, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2010), Teaching Therapeutic Communication in a first year Undergraduate Nursing Program. Australian College of Mental Health Nurses, 36th International Conference –Row with a Team or Paddle Alone. 29 th August 2010 Hobart, Tasmania
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2010), So What’s Behind the Mask? Day Surgery Nurses Association Inc NSW State Conference 2010, 11th Sept Sydney.
Completed Supervisions
Candidate Name Masters/ PhD Principal Supervisor Co Supervisor
Kerry Coleman  Masters Wendy Madsen Kerry Reid-Searl    
Louise Byrne  PhD Brenda Happell Kerry Reid-Searl   
Justine Connor  Masters Lorna Moxham Kerry Reid-Searl   
Barbara ONeil  PhD Trudy Dwyer

Kerry Reid-Searl,       Lyn Parkinson

   
Vanessa Tilbrook  Masters Kerry Reid-Searl Trudy Dwyer, Judy Parsons   
Gary Inness  PhD Brenda Happell Kerry Reid-Searl    

Refereed Articles

Journal Articles

  • Mainey, L., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Bassett, J. (2018). High-Level Realism in Simulation: A Catalyst for Providing Intimate Care. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 17, 47-57. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2017.12.001
  • Reid-Searl, K., Mainey, L., Bassett, J., & Dwyer, T. (2018). Using Simulation to Prepare Neophyte Nursing Students to Deliver Intimate Patient Care. Collegian, In submission Ref no:COLL_2018_2075.
  • Andersen, P., Baron, S., Bassett, J., Govind, N., Hayes, C., Lapkin, S., ... & Power, T. (2018). Snapshots of Simulation: Innovative Strategies Used by International Educators to Enhance Simulation Learning Experiences for Health Care Students. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 16, 8-14.
  • Dargusch, J., Harris, L. R., Reid-Searl, K., & Taylor, B. A. (2017). Creating first-year assessment support: lecturer perspectives and student access. Distance Education, 38(1), 106-122.
  • Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Dwyer, T., & Crowley, K. (2017). Using a Procedural Puppet to Teach Peadiatric Nursing Procedures. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 13(1), 15-23.
  • Frost, J. & Reid-Searl. K. (2017). Exploring the potential of Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to teach both the art and science of nursing: A discussion paper, Collegian 24( 2).
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2017). Risky business: Lived experience mental health practice, nurses as potential allies. International journal of mental health nursing, 26(3), 285-292.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Quinney, L., Dwyer, T., Vieth, L., Nancarrow, L., & Walker, B. (2017). Puppets in an acute paediatric unit: Nurse’s experiences. Collegian, 24(5), 441-447.
  • Kable, A. K., Levett-Jones, T. L., Arthur, C., Reid-Searl, K., Humphreys, M., Morris, S., ... & Witton, N. J. (2017). A cross-national study to objectively evaluate the quality of diverse simulation approaches for undergraduate nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice.
  • O'Neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., ReidSearl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2017). Nursing staff intentions towards managing deteriorating health in nursing homes: a convergent parallel mixed methods study using the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Journal of clinical nursing.
  • Tilbrook, A., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Parson, J. A. (2017). A review of the literature–The use of interactive puppet simulation in nursing education and children's healthcare. Nurse education in practice, 22, 73-79.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2017). Acknowledging Rural Disadvantage in Mental Health: Views of Peer Workers. Perspectives in psychiatric care, 53(4), 259-265.
  • Reid-Searl, K., & O'Neill, B. (2017). Mask-Ed: Breaking the Barrier of Fear of Intimate Care for Nursing Students. Journal of Nursing Education, 56(9), 572-574.
  • Levett-Jones, T., Reid-Searl, K., Andersen, P. R., Guinea, S., & Dwyer, T. (2017). Tag team patient safety simulation workshop: Addressing patient safety by building student confidence and resilience. In Abstracts: 7th International Clinical Skills Conference. Monash University.
  • O'neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., ReidSearl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2017). Managing the deteriorating nursing home resident after the introduction of a hospital avoidance programme: a nursing perspective. Scandinavian journal of caring sciences, 31(2), 312-322.
  • Harris, L. R., Dargusch, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Nursing student perceptions of different assessment tasks implications for the introduction of new genres.
  • Byrne, L., Roper, C., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). The stigma of identifying as having a lived experience runs before me: challenges for lived experience roles. Journal of Mental Health, 1-7.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2016). Risky business: Lived experience mental health practice, nurses as potential allies. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Lived experience practitioners and the medical model: world’s colliding?. Journal of Mental Health, 25(3), 217-223.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2016). Acknowledging Rural Disadvantage in Mental Health: Views of Peer Workers. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care.
  • Ennis, G., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Intentional Modelling: A Process for Clinical Leadership Development in Mental Health Nursing. Issues in mental health nursing, 37(5), 353-359.
  • O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital: A review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric Nursing, 36, p. 423-430. (Impact factor 1.2)
  • O'Neill, B., Reid-Searl K., Dwyer T. & Parkinson L. (2015): What the deteriorating resident means to nursing staff in aged care. Collegian: The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research, in resubmission. (Impact factor 1.175)
  • O'Neill B, Parkinson L, Dwyer T & Reid-Searl K (2015): Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital: A review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric Nursing (New York, N.Y.) 36, 423-430
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Lived experience practitioners and the medical model: world’s colliding?. Journal of Mental Health, 1-7.
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Recovery as a Lived Experience Discipline: A Grounded Theory Study. Issues in mental health nursing, 36(12), 935-943.
  • Frost, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Exploring the potential of Mask-Ed™(KRS simulation) to teach both the art and science of nursing: A discussion paper. Collegian.
  • Ennis, G., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2015). Clinical leadership in mental health nursing: the importance of a calm and confident approach. Perspectives in psychiatric care, 51(1), 57-62.
  • Rhodes, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Masked tutor brings patient to 'life'. Nursing New Zealand (Wellington, NZ: 1995), 21(1), 14-15.
  • Ennis, G., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2015). Enabling professional development in mental health nursing: the role of clinical leadership. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing, 22(8), 616-622.
  • O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital: A review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric Nursing, 36(6), 423-430. doi:10.1016/j.gerinurse.2015.06.001
  • Levett-Jones, T., Andersen, P., Reid-Searl, K., Guinea, S., McAllister, M., Lapkin, S., ... & Niddrie, M. (2015). Tag team simulation: An innovative approach for promoting active engagement of participants and observers during group simulations. Nurse education in practice, 15(5), 345-352.
  • Dwyer, T., Friel, D., McAllister, M., Reid-Searl, K. R., & Rossi, D. (2015). The write stuff: A proactive approach to increasing academics' writing skills and outcomes. Nurse education in practice.
  • Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K. R., McAllister, M., Guerin, M., & Friel, D. (2015). Advanced life simulation: High-fidelity simulation without the high technology. Nurse education in practice,15(6), 430-436.
  • Rhodes, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Masked tutor brings patient to'life'. Nursing New Zealand (Wellington, NZ: 1995), 21(1), 14-15.
  • ReidSearl, K., Bowman, A., McAllister, M., Cowling, C., & Spuur, K. (2014). The masked educatorinnovative simulation in an Australian undergraduate Medical Sonography and Medical Imaging program. Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences, 61(4), 233-240.
  • McNamara, N., Reid Searl, K., & Dwyer, T. (2014). High fidelity human patient simulators in undergraduate nursing programmes: Are they justified and do they improve student learning outcomes?. Dynamics of HumanHealth, 1(1).
  • Reid-Searl, K., Levett-Jones, T., Cooper, S., & Happell, B. (2014). The implementation of Mask-Ed: Reflections of academic participants. Nurse Education in Practice.
  • Reid Searl, K., McAllister, M., Dwyer, T., Krebs, K. L., Anderson, C., Quinney, L., & McLellan, S. (2014). Little people, big lessons: An innovative strategy to develop interpersonal skills in undergraduate nursing students. Nurse education today.
  • Happell, B., Gaskin, C. J., Reid-Searl, K., & Dwyer, T. (2014). Physical and psychosocial wellbeing of nurses in a regional Queensland hospital. Collegian, 21(1), 71-78.
  • Ennis, G., Happell, B., & ReidSearl, K. (2014). Clinical Leadership in Mental Health Nursing: The Importance of a Calm and Confident Approach. Perspectives in psychiatric care.
  • McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Downer, T, Harrison, P, Harvey, T, Reid-Searl, K, Lynch, K, Arthur, C, Layh, J, Calleja, P, (2013). ‘Snapshots of simulation: Creative strategies used by Australian educators to enhance simulation learning experiences for nursing students’, Nurse Education in Practice, vol., pp. 1-6, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2013.04.010
  • Happell, B, Dwyer, T, Reid-Searl, K, Burke, KJ, Caperchione, CM & Gaskin, CJ (2013). 'Nurses and stress: recognizing causes and seeking solutions', Journal of Nursing Management, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 638-647, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jonm.2013.21.issue-4
  • Happell, B, Reid-Searl, K, Dwyer, K, Gaskin,C, & Burke, K, (2013). ‘How Nurses cope with occupational stress outside their workplaces’, Collegian, vol. 20, pp.195-199.
  • Happell, B., Dwyer, T., ReidSearl, K., Burke, K. J., Caperchione, C. M., & Gaskin, C. J. (2013). Nurses and stress: recognizing causes and seeking solutions. Journal of nursing management, 21(4), 638-647.
  • McAllister, M, Reid-Searl, K, Davis, S, (2013). ‘Who is that masked educator? Deconstructing the teaching and learning processes of an innovative humanistic simulation technique’, Nurse Education Today, vol. 33,pp.1453-1458.
  • Kable, A, Arthur, C, Levett-Jones, T, Reid-Searl, K, (2013). ‘Student evaluation of simulation in undergraduate nursing programs in Australia using quality indicators’, Nursing and Health Sciences, vol.15, pp.235-243.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Happell, B., Burke, K. J., & Gaskin, C. J. (2013). Nursing students and the supervision of medication administration. Collegian, 20(2), 109-114.
  • Moxham, L, Dwyer, T, & Reid-Searl, K, (2013). ‘Articulating expectations for PhD candidature upon commencement: ensuring supervisor/student ‘best fit’, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 35. doi:10.1080/1360080X.2013.812030
  • Moxham, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2013). Graduate nurses and nursing student's behaviour: Knowledge and attitudes toward smoking cessation. Nurse education today, 33(10), 1143-1147.
  • Lane Krebs, K, Reid-Searl, K, & Heidke, P. (2012). 'Administer one puppet PRN', Australian Nursing Journal, vol. 19, no. 8, pp. 43-43.
  • Brown, RA, Guinea, S, Crookes, PA, McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Kelly, M, Reid-Searl, K, Churchouse, C, Andersen, P, Chong, N & Smith, A. (2012). 'Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand: through the lens of an advisory group', Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 177-186.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2012.05.002
  • Happell, B, Reid-Searl, K, Dwyer, T, Caperchione, CM, Gaskin, CJ & Burke, K,J. (2012). 'How nurses cope with occupational stress outside their workplaces', Collegian,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2012.08.003
  • Reid-Searl, K, Happell, B, Vieth, L, Eaton, A. (2012). 'High Fidelity Patient Silicone Simulation : a qualitative evaluation of nursing students experiences', Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 77-83, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2011.09.003
  • Kable, AK, Arthur, C, Levett-Jones, T & Reid-Searl, K. (2012). 'Student evaluation of simulation in undergraduate nursing programs in Australia using quality indicators', Nursing & Health Sciences, vol. 15, no. 2 pp. 235-243, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/nhs.12025
  • Brown, R, Guinea, S, Crookes, P, McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Kelly, M, Reid-Searl, K, Churchouse, C, Andersen, P, Chong, N, Smith, A. 2012, 'Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand: Through the lens of an advisory group.', Collegian: The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research, vol.19, no.3, pp. 177-186,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2012.05.002
  • Reid-Searl, K & Happell, B. (2012). 'Supervising nursing students administering medication: a perspective from registered nurses', Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol. 21, no. 13-14, pp. 1998-2005, http://dx.doi/org/10.1111/jcn.2012.21.issue-13-14
  • Moxham, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (20130. Graduate nurses and nursing student's behaviour: Knowledge and attitudes toward smoking cessation. Nurse education today, 33(10), 1143-1147.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Happell, B, Vieth, L, Eaton, A. (2011). The Educator inside the patient: Students insights into high fidelity silicone simulation. Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol 20,19-20, pp.2752-60
  • Reid-Searl, K. Happell, B. Vieth, L. Eaton, A. (2011). HIGH FIDELITY PATIENT SILICONE SIMULATION: A QUALITATIVE EVALUATION OF NURSING STUDENTS' EXPERIENCES. Collegian. vol 19, pp.77-83 .
  • Reid-Searl, K., & Happell, B. (2011). Factors influencing the supervision of nursing students administering medication: the registered nurse perspective. Collegian, 18(4), 139-146.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L, Happell, B. (2010). Enhancing patient safety: The importance of direct supervision for avoiding medication errors and near misses by undergraduate nursing students, International Journal of Nursing Practice, vol.16, no 3, pp.225-232.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., Happell, B. (2010). Whatever it takes: Nursing students experiences of administering medication in the clinical setting, Qualitative Health Research, vol.20, no. 7,pp. 952-965.
  • Moxham, L, Dwyer, T, Happell, B, Reid-Searl, K., Kahl, J, Morris, J, Wheatland, N. (2010). Recognising our role: Improved confidence of general nurses providing care to young people with a mental illness in a rural paediatric unit, Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol.19,no.9-10, pp. 1434-1442.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S, Happell, B.(2010). Supervising medication administration by undergraduate nursing students: Influencing factors.,Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol. 19, no 5-6, pp. 775-784.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Moxham, L. Walker,S, Happell, B.(2010). Nursing students administering medication: appreciating and seeking appropriate supervision, Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol. 66 no 3, pp. 532-541.
  • ReidSearl, K., Moxham, L., & Happell, B. (2010). Enhancing patient safety: the importance of direct supervision for avoiding medication errors and near misses by undergraduate nursing students. International journal of nursing practice, 16(3), 225-232.
  • Moxham, L Dwyer,T, Happell, B, Reid-Searl, K, Kahl, J Morris, J Wheatland N. (2010). Recognising our role: improved confidence of general nurses providing care to young people with a mental illness in a rural paediatric unit. Journal of Clinical Nursing,vol.19, no 9, pp. 2010.Online ISSN: 1365-2702 Print ISSN: 0962-1067
  • Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Happell, B., Moxham, L., Kahl, J., Morris, J., & Wheatland, N. (2009). Caring for children with complex emotional and psychological disorders: attitudes of nurses in a rural paediatric unit, Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol.18,no 24, pp. 3441-3449.
  • Happell, B., Moxham, L., Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Kahl, J., Morris, J., & Wheatland, N. (2009). Promoting mental health care in a rural Paediatric Unit through Participatory Action Research. Australian Journal of Rural Health, vol.17, no 3, pp. 155-60
  • Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., & Happell, B. (2009). Internal conflict: undergraduate nursing students’ response to inadequate supervision during the administration of medication, Collegian, vol. 16, no 2,pp. 71-77.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2010). De-Masking Cyril Smith: How the use of role play became a serious educational tool. Connections, Royal College of Nursing Australia, 13, 2, June 2010, 34-35

Conference Presentations

  • Reid-Searl, K. (2018). Invited address Simulation with a difference. Zonta Regional Conference, April, Regent Hotel, Rockhampton, Australia.·
  • Dwyer, T., O’Neill, B., Reid-Searl, K., Parkinson, L., & Jeffrey, D. (2017). Implementing an aged-care driven hospital avoidance program: Lessons learned. Paper presented at the The Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG), Ageing: the golden opportunity Crown Perth, Western Australia, 8-10 November 2017 http://aagconference.asn.au/
  • Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., O’Neill, B., Parkinson, L., & Jeffrey, D. (2017). EDDIE introduces high-fidelity simulation into aged care. Paper presented at the The Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG), Ageing: the golden opportunity Crown Perth, Western Australia, 8-10 November 2017 http://aagconference.asn.au/
  • Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., & Bullock, K. (2017). EDDIE: Early Detection of Deterioration in Elderly: Clincial guide for nursing staff working in aged care Rockhampton: Central Queensland University.
  • O'Neill, B., Dwyer, T., Reid Searl, K., Parkinson, L., Jefferies, D., & Thomson, S. (2017). Managing the deteriorating nursing home resident: The nursing role Ausmed Education: Rockhampton Nurses' Conference: June 19-20. Rockhampton: https://www.ausmed.com.au/course/rockhampton-nurses-conference.
  • Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., O’Neill, B., Reid-Searl, K., & Jeffrey, D. (2017). Impact of an aged-care driven hospital avoidance program on detection of subacute episodes and hospital admissions. Paper presented at the Shifting priorities: balancing acute and primary care services, 10th Health Services & Policy Research Conference HSRAANZ 2017 Gold Coast Australia, 1-3 November www.healthservicesconference.com
  • Hey, G., Parkinson, L., Crawford, C., Dwyer, T., O’Neill, B., Reid-Searl, K., & Jeffrey, D. (2017). Describing the Experience of Subacute Program Facilitation in Aged Care using Michie’s Theoretical Domains Framework. Paper to be presented at the Shifting priorities: balancing acute and primary care services, 10th Health Services & Policy Research Conference HSRAANZ 2017 Gold Coast Australia, 1-3 November www.healthservicesconference.com.
  • Ingram, J., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Signal, T. (2017). Exploring the behavioral manifestation of work-stress among ED nurses; Keynote Speaker. Paper presented at the Improving Safety & Security in Hospitals: Driving a clinically led approach to reducing occupational violence & aggression, 4th & 5th April 2017, Sydney.
  • Levett-Jones, T., Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Guinea, S., Anderson, P., Heaton, L., . . . Applegarth, J. (2017). Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation. Paper presented at the 2017 Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC) Conference Workshop, International Convention Centre Sydney 28 - 31 August 2017.
  • Levett-Jones, T., Reid-Searl, K., Guinea, S., Dwyer, T., Heaton, L., & Flenady, T. (2017). TAG team patient safety simulation workshop: addressing patient safety by building students' confidence and resilience. Paper presented at the 7th International Clinical Skills Conference, Monash University, Prato, Italy from Sunday May 21st - Wednesday May 24th 2017.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address Pushing the Boundaries to Enhance Patient Safety: Engaging the Emotional and Social Elements of Learning through Simulation. ACU Simulation Conference, December, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address Dare to be different. CQUniversity Engineering Conference, November, CQU, Rockhampton, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K & Chappel, J (2017). Invited Key note address Simulation with Heart and Soul. Pokhara, Nepal, Community presentation, Chamber of Commerce, November, Nepal.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address, ‘The Power of Communication; daring to be different in teaching others about communication’ National Day Surgery Conference, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address THE POWER OF NARRATIVE-HEARING THE PATIENT STORY THROUGH THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF- MASK ED (KRS SIMULATION)’ AASTN Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. and Chappel, J. (2017).” Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) and intimate patient care for the vulnerable older person”. NIMAC Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Crownover, J & Vieth L. (2017). Invited Key note address, “Teaching the art of intimate care through Mask Ed (KRS) Simulation”. CAE Human Patient Simulation Global Conference, CAE, Florida USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address THE POWER OF NARRATIVE-HEARING THE PATIENT STORY THROUGH THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF- MASK ED (KRS SIMULATION)’ AASTN Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2016). Invited Keynote “Hearing the Story through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)”, QWCA Conference, Royal Brisbane Hospital)
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Invited Keynote , “Falls and Falls Prevention – through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)”, NSW April Falls Day Conference, Nepean Hospital.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Invited Speaker “Mask Ed: An Innovative Teaching Strategy that teaches students to care for the elderly” Aged Care Global Summit, Gold Coast, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2016). Opening Keynote Address, “Simulation in the space of intimate human care”, INACSL Conference, Texas USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016), Invited Speaker, “Unmasking the Masked Educator”, BusiWomen Conference, Yeppoon, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015), Invited Speaker, Student centered learning with simulation as a focus: The journey of an innovative simulation teaching strategy that caters for learners beyond the walls of a classroom. Australian Engineering Conference, Victoria, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015), Keynote Address, Teaching Intimate Care through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) Queensland Regional Training Network Clinical Training Symposium, Brisbane.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) ‘Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to Pup-Ed™ (KRS simulation): Silicone props and puppets – the new faces of simulation’. Sim Health Conference, Adelaide Convention Cente, Adelaide.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Key note Address,‘ Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) Strategies for the Teacher in Role’. SLE Forum, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation)’ Strategies for the Teacher in Role’. 3rd Aged Health Collaborative Forum, Westmead Hospital, Sydney.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed Education’ 12th Annual Paediatric Endocrine Nurses Meeting, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation’ Centa- Care Conference, Yeppoon, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation’ CHOP’s Workshop, Nepean Hospital, Sydney.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation. Humanistic and Realistic Simulation; An Innovation in Learning and Teaching’ Nagoya City University, Japan.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘A Costumed Approach to Education’ Continence Foundation of Australia, 2nd Annual Conference, Western Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)’ Laerdal SUN Conference, Goldcoast, Qld, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)’ Rotary Annual Presentation Dinner, Rockhampton, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. & Vieth, L. (2014) Keynote Address ‘Hearing a patient’s story through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation); Cyril Smith and his stoma experience’ DANSAC Nurse Study Day, Budapest.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), ‘Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation): Keynote address, ANZUNZ conference.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), ‘Cyril’s Wise Words; What’s Age got to do with it’. Keynote address, NNSWLHD Aged CARE Symposium, July 31st-Aug 1st 2014, Ballina Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), University of Bradford, Keynote lecture; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), 30- June, Bradford, UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), Northumbria University, Keynote lecture; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), August 5, Northumbria, UK
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation): A humanistic approach in simulation...teaching a way to hear the person’s story in the journey of rehabilitation.Keynote address, 23rd Annual ARNA Conference,Rehabilitation: Being and Doing, 18th October 2013, Darling Harbour Convention Centre, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Touching the heart through simulation’. Key note address, Australian Day Surgery Nurses Association, 12-13th October, Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne Victoria.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Suspension in disbelief: an innovative approach to learning and teaching through simulation’. Key note address, National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, 2-4 October, Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Reid-Searl, K. & Vieth, L. (2013), ‘Role Play to Engage Learners’. Key note address, VET Teaching and Learning Conference, 5-6 September, Healesville ,Victoria.
  • Gough, S., Jones De Roy, N., Kelly, M.,Phamprus, P., Reid-Searl, K., Williams, B. 2013, ‘Simulation Approaches-How Do We Do It and With Whom?.’ Invited Panel Discussion, Sim Health Conference ‘Crossing Boundaries’, 16-20 September, Brisbane Convention &Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
  • Watson, M., & Reid-Searl, K., (2013), ‘Creating Immersion in Simulation’. Invited Sim Health Workshop ‘Crossing Boundaries’, 16-20 September, Brisbane Convention &Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L., Nancarrow, L., Walker B. (2013), The Experiences of Nurses Using Puppets through a guided pedagogy: Pup-Ed (KRS Simulation). Oral paper, The Australian College of Children and Young People’s Nurses Conference/4th International Congress on Paediatric Nursing, 28th August, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Victoria, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Teaching Patient Centred Care through Simulation’. Invited Speaker, Monash Health Nursing and Midwifery Leadership Breakfast, 26th September, Melbourne, Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), The Creative Art of Simulation-Realism Beyond Belief; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation). Invited speaker, The Science Art and Business of Medicine Conference, 24-25th August, Peppers Resort, Kingscliff, NSW.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), The Transformation of Puppets in Simulation. Invited speaker, The Science Art and Business of Medicine Conference, 24-25th August, Peppers Resort, Kingscliff, NSW.
  • Reid-Searl, K, (2013), Unveiling the Masked Educator. Key note address, International Nurses Day ‘Diversity in Nursing Conference, May 11th, CQuniversity, Rockhampton.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2013), Suspending Learners in Disbelief: A Humanistic Simulation Approach- Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation), Key note address, HEA Conference, June, Birmingham UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Vieth, L. (2013), Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation); A simulation approach without walls in space or disciplines. Key note address, CAE Conference, June, Luton, UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Realism beyond belief-simulation with the person at the centre’. Key note address, Australian Diabetes Education Association Queensland State Conference June Toowomba, Qld .
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Hybrid Simulations to enhance learning and teaching’. Invited speaker, Technology Enhanced Learning in Health Conference, May 1st 2013, Victoria Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L.(2013), ‘Keeping the person central to their cancer management-’. Key note address, Victorian Cancer Council Conference, May 2013, Victoria Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Keeping the person central to their continence management-hear first their story’. Key note address, HACC Conference, March 2013, Brisbane Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘A New Face for Renal Education’. Key note address, the 3rd Biennial Nephrology Educators Network Symposium, February 2013, Gold Coast Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Hear my story, Humanistic simulation with a focus on patient safety’. Key note address, Experience, Inspire, Manage, Share Symposium, Tasmanian Rural Health Centre, February 2013, Burnie, Tasmania Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Crownover, J., Vieth, L. (2013), ‘New Faces of Simulation, Masking the Educator ’. Oral paper, IMSH SSH Generation Simuation: Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders, January 26-30, Orlando USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Innovation in Learning and Teaching : from a dress up box to amazing props', key note address to the Learning and Teaching Conference : Future directions in Learning and Teaching, 29-30 November, 2012, University of Ballarat, Victoria.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Weaving Culture Education and Technology into a Brilliant Blend', invited address to 19th WCET Biennial Congress, 19-23 April 2012, Adelaide, South Australia, WCET, Adelaide, South Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), Putting the FUN back into learning through an innovative technique, keynote presentation to the Lead, Create and Celebrate : Living Education Seminar at the Hellenic Club, Woden on Friday May 4th 2012.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Realistic and Spontaneous simulation; Innovations in nursing education.', key note presentation to 14th National Nurse Education Conference, 11-13 April 2012, Perth, Western Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'High fidelity simulation teaching : to improve the delivery of geriatric care.', guest presentation to the RBWH Hospital in the Nursing Home Aged Care Conference, 9-11 May, 2012, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Effective patient education: getting the message and the delivery right.', key note address to the Australian Wound Management Association Conference 2012, 18-21 March 2012, Sydney, AWMA, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) ACT Govt. Health 2012 Lead, Create and Celebrate Symposium. Canberra May 4th 2012.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Realistic & spontaneous simulation: Innovations in Nursing Education, Australian Nurse Educator Conference, Perth WA. April 14th.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Weaving Culture Education & Technology into a Brilliant Blend: A different way to teach. Seeing is believing!!! . key note address; The World Council of Entero-stomal Therapists. 19th Biennial Congress.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Effective Patient Education: Getting the message and delivery ‘right’. Australian Wound Management Association Conference 18-21 March, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). The Power of One. key note address; Wounds Awareness Seminar 23rd March, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), JCU Learning and Teaching Symposium, JCU,Townsville.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), So What’s Behind the Mask, key note address; Day Surgery Nurses Association of Queensland, Conference Gold Coast, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), Creating Mask Ed (KRS Simulation): an innovative teaching strategy, key note address National Leadership and Education Conference, Brisbane Qld,
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), key note address, Royal Womens’ Hospital Grand Rounds, Brisbane Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), Innovations in Practice- A new face in education where human responses matter, 12th Victorian Collaborative Psychiatric Nursing Conference Melbourne Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Hearing the Patients Story through a powerful Simulation technique, Orygon Health Research Centre, Melbourne Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Be bold-pushing the boundaries of simulation-an innovative way to really consider the patient’s story, key note address, Australian Case Management Conference, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed Humanistic Simulation; An innovative Educative Approach to consider the Patient’s Story, key note address, NSW Nurses Practictioner Conference ‘Keeping our Patients between the Flags’, Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), An Innovative Simulation Approach to Embed Safety, key note address, Qld Health, Whole Person, Whole Team Holistic Health Forum, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), MASK-ED: Knowledgeable, realistic and spontaneous simulation- beyond the boundaries. The Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Inc Symposium at the Park-Sharing the Knowledge, Informing the Practice, Perth Western Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2010), Dare to be Different: taking the plunge to teach wound management using some novel strategies. Australian Wound Management Association Journey into New Frontiers Conference, 24-27 March Perth, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2010), Teaching Therapeutic Communication in a first year Undergraduate Nursing Program. Australian College of Mental Health Nurses, 36th International Conference –Row with a Team or Paddle Alone. 29 th August 2010 Hobart, Tasmania
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2010), So What’s Behind the Mask? Day Surgery Nurses Association Inc NSW State Conference 2010, 11th Sept Sydney.
Published in: 2009
Research Interests
Patient Safety; Simulation; Aged care and patient safety; Undergraduate Nursing students and clinical learning; Medication safety; Peadiatrics.
Published in: 2006
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MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Paediatrics and Reproductive Medicine - Paediatrics
Kerry has spent much of her clinical career working in midwifery and paediatrics. Combined with her academic commitments Kerry also continues to work as a Paediatric nurse at the Rockhampton Hospital. Kerry also has strong links in the community and is involved in a variety of community engagement activities including human relationship education with primary school children using the Pup-Ed program.
Nursing - Midwifery
Kerry has spent much of her career working in midwifery and paediatrics. Specifically Kerry has spent time working as a remote area nurse in the Torres Strait and as a midwife in Queensland Aboriginal communities.
Nursing - Nursing not elsewhere classified
Kerry has created two simulation teaching pedagogies termed Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation) and Pup Ed (KRS Simulation),. Both have gained national and international attention. She has implemented the techniques in numerous universities and health care organizations both in Australia and overseas.
Nursing - Aged Care Nursing
Kerry has been involved in research involving recognition of deterioration in the elderly.
Nursing - Nursing not elsewhere classified
Simulation Kerry has been involved in several research projects involving simulation and patient safety. She is the leader in simulation involving Mask Ed and Pup Ed (KRS Simulation)
MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Nursing - Nursing not elsewhere classified
Kerry has research interests in simulation, medication safety, nursing education, peadiatrics and wound care.
Journal article

Reid-Searl, K., Mainey, L., Bassett, J., & Dwyer, T. (2019). Using simulation to prepare neophyte nursing students to deliver intimate patient care. Collegian, 26(2), 273-280. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2018.08.001

Mainey, L., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Bassett, J. (2018). High-level realism in simulation: A catalyst for providing intimate care. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 17, 47-57. doi:10.1016/j.ecns.2017.12.001

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Andersen, P., Baron, S., Bassett, J., Govind, N., Hayes, C., Lapkin, S., . . . Simes, T. (2018). Snapshots of simulation: Innovative strategies used by international educators to enhance simulation learning experiences for health care students. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 16, 8-14. doi:10.1016/j.ecns.2017.10.001

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Kable, A. K., Levett-Jones, T. L., Arthur, C., Reid-Searl, K., Humphreys, M., Morris, S., . . . Witton, N. J. (2018). A cross-national study to objectively evaluate the quality of diverse simulation approaches for undergraduate nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice, 28, 248-256. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2017.10.010

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Guinea, S., Anderson, P., Reid-Searl, K. A., Levett-Jones, T., Dwyer, T., Heaton, L., . . . Bickell, P. (2018). Simulation-based learning for patient safety: The development of the Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation methodology for nursing education. Collegian, 1-7. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2018.09.008

Reid-Searl, K., & O Neill, B. (2017). Mask-ed: Breaking the barrier of fear of intimate care for nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education, 56(9), 572-574. doi:10.3928/01484834-20170817-12

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Dargusch, J., Harris, L. R., Reid-Searl, K., & Taylor, B. A. (2017). Creating first-year assessment support: lecturer perspectives and student access. Distance Education, 38(1), 106-122. doi:10.1080/01587919.2017.1299566

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Frost, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Exploring the potential of Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to teach both the art and science of nursing: A discussion paper. Collegian, 24(2), 197-203. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2015.11.003

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O'Neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2018). Nursing staff intentions towards managing deteriorating health in nursing homes: A convergent parallel mixed-methods study using the theory of planned behaviour. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(5-6), e992-e1003. doi:10.1111/jocn.14119

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Tilbrook, A., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Parson, J. A. (2017). A review of the literature: The use of interactive puppet simulation in nursing education and children's healthcare. Nurse Education in Practice, 22, 73-79. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2016.12.001

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Reid-Searl, K. A., Quinney, L. T., Dwyer, T. A., Vieth, L. D., Nancarrow, L., & Walker, B. L. (2017). Puppets in an acute paediatric unit: Nurse’s experiences. Collegian, 24(5), 441-447. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2016.09.005

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Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & O'Neill, B. (2017). Reducing hospitalisations in residential aged care. Research at CQUniversity, 24-25.

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Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Dwyer, T., & Crowley, K. (2017). Using a procedural puppet to teach pediatric nursing procedures. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 13(1), 15-23. doi:10.1016/j.ecns.2016.09.013

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Byrne, L., Roper, C., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). The stigma of identifying as having a lived experience runs before me: Challenges for lived experience roles. Journal of Mental Health, 1-7. doi:10.1080/09638237.2016.1244715

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Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Risky business: Lived experience mental health practice, nurses as potential allies. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 26(3), 285-292. doi:10.1111/inm.12245

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Ennis, G., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Intentional modelling: A process for clinical leadership development in mental health nursing. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 37(5), 353-359. doi:10.3109/01612840.2016.1158336

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Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Acknowledging rural disadvantage in mental health: Views of peer workers. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 53(4), 259-265. doi:10.1111/ppc.12171

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Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Lived experience practitioners and the medical model : world’s colliding?. Journal of mental health., (2015), 217-223. doi:10.3109/09638237.2015.1101428

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O'Neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2017). Managing the deteriorating nursing home resident after the introduction of a hospital avoidance programme: A nursing perspective. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 31(2), 312-322. doi:10.1111/scs.12349

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O’Neill, B. J., Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., & Parkinson, L. (2017). The deteriorating resident in residential aged care: A focus group study. Collegian, 24(6), 563-570. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2016.10.010

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Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., McAllister, M., Guerin, M., & Friel, D. (2015). Advanced life simulation : high-fidelity simulation without the high technology. Nurse education in practice., 15(6), 430-436. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2015.05.007

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Ennis, G., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Clinical leadership in mental health nursing : the importance of a calm and confident approach. Perspectives in psychiatric care., 51(1), 57-62. doi:10.1111/ppc.12070

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Ennis, G., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Enabling professional development in mental health nursing : the role of clinical leadership. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing., 22(8), 616-622. doi:10.1111/jpm.12221

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Rhodes, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Masked tutor brings patient to 'life'. Kai Tiaki : Nursing New Zealand., 21(1), 14-15.

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O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital : a review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric nursing., (2015), 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.gerinurse.2015.06.001

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Byrne, L., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Recovery as a lived experience discipline : a grounded theory study. Issues in mental health nursing., 36(12), 935-943. doi:10.3109/01612840.2015.1076548

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Levett-Jones, T., Andersen, P., Reid-Searl, K., Guinea, S., McAllister, M., Lapkin, S., . . . Niddrie, M. (2015). Tag team simulation : an innovative approach for promoting active engagement of participants and observers during group simulations. Nurse education in practice., 15(5), 345-352. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2015.03.014

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Dwyer, T., Friel, D., McAllister, M., Reid-Searl, K., & Rossi, D. (2015). The write stuff : a proactive approach to increasing academics' writing skills and outcomes. Nurse education in practice., 15(4), 321-326. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2014.12.004

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McNamara, N., Reid-Searl, K., & Dwyer, T. (2014). High fidelity human patient simulators in undergraduate nursing programmes : are they justified and do they improve student learning outcomes?. Dynamics of human health., 1(1), 1-3. Retrieved from http://journalofhealth.co.nz/?page_id=168

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Reid-Searl, K., McAllister, M., Dwyer, T., Lane-Krebs, K., Anderson, C., Quinney, L., & McLellan, S. (2014). Little people, big lessons : an innovative strategy to develop interpersonal skills in undergraduate nursing students. Nurse education today., 34(9), 1201-1206. doi:10.1016/jnedt.2014.04.004

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Happell, B., Gaskin, C., Reid-Searl, K., & Dwyer, T. (2014). Physical and psychosocial wellbeing of nurses in a regional Queensland hospital. Collegian., 21(1), 71-78. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2013.02.005

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Reid-Searl, K., Levett-Jones, T., Cooper, S., & Happell, B. (2014). The implementation of Mask-Ed : reflections of academic participants. Nurse education in practice., 14(5), 485-490. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2014.05.008

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Reid-Searl, K., Bowman, A., McAllister, M., Cowling, C., & Spuur, K. (2014). The masked educator-innovative simulation in an Australian undergraduate medical sonography and medical imaging program. Journal of medical radiation sciences., 61(4), 233-240. doi:10.1002/jmrs.85

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Reid-Searl, K., McAllister, M., & Sinclair, C. (2014). Thinking like a nurse : the pedagogical power of process drama. Journal of applied arts & health., 5(3), 319-330. doi:10.1386/jaah.5.3.319_1

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Moxham, L. J., Dwyer, Trudy Ann.., & Reid-Searl, K. (2013). Articulating expectations for PhD candidature upon commencement : ensuring supervisor/student 'best fit'. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 35(4), 345-354. doi:10.1080/1360080X.2013.812030

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Moxham, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2013). Graduate nurses and nursing student's behaviour : knowledge and attitudes toward smoking cessation. Nurse education today., 33, 1143-1147. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2012.11.024

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Happell, B., Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Caperchione, C., Gaskin, C., & Burke, K. (2013). How nurses cope with occupational stress outside their workplaces. Collegian., (2013), 195-199. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2012.08.003

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Happell, B., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., Burke, K., Caperchione, C., & Gaskin, C. (2013). Nurses and stress : recognizing causes and seeking solutions. Journal of nursing management., 21(4), 638-647. doi:10.1111/jonm.2013.21.issue-4

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Reid-Searl, K., Happell, B., Burke, K., & Gaskin, C. (2013). Nursing students and the supervision of medication administration. Collegian., 20, 109-114. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2012.04.003

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McAllister, M., Levett-Jones, T., Downer, T., Harrison, P., Harvey, T., Reid-Searl, K., . . . Calleja, P. (2013). Snapshots of simulation : creative strategies used by Australian educators to enhance simulation learning experiences for nursing students. Nurse education in practice., 13(6), 567-572. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2013.04.010

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Kable, A., Arthur, C., Levett-Jones, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2013). Student evaluation of simulation in undergraduate nursing programs in Australia using quality indicators. Nursing & health sciences., 15(2), 235-243. doi:10.1111/nhs.12025

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Ennis, G., Happell, B., & Reid-Searl, K. (2013). The importance of communication for clinical leaders in mental health nursing : the perspective of nurses working in mental health. Issues in mental health nursing., 34(11), 814-819. doi:10.3109/01612840.2013.829539

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McAllister, M., Reid-Searl, K., & Davis, S. (2013). Who is that masked educator? : Deconstructing the teaching and learning processes of an innovative humanistic simulation technique. Nurse education today., 33(12), 1453-1458. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2013.06.015

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Lane-Krebs, K., Reid-Searl, K., & Heidke, P. (2012). Administer one puppet PRN. Australian nursing journal., 19(8), 43.

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Brown, R., Guinea, S., Smith, A., Crookes, P., McAllister, M., Levett-Jones, T., . . . Chong, N. (2012). Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand : through the lens of an advisory group. Collegian., 19(3), 177-186. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2012.05.002

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Reid-Searl, K., Happell, B., Vieth, L., & Eaton, A. (2012). High fidelity patient silicone simulation : a qualitative evaluation of nursing students’ experiences. Collegian., 19(2), 77-83. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2011.09.003

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Reid-Searl, K., & Happell, B. (2012). Supervising nursing students administering medication : a perspective from registered nurses. Journal of clinical nursing., 21(13-14), 1998-2005. Retrieved from http://dx.doi/org/10.1111/jcn.2012.21.issue-13-14

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Reid-Searl, K., & Happell, B. (2011). Factors influencing the supervision of nursing students administering medication : the registered nurse perspective. Collegian., 18(4), 139-146. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2011.05.003

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., Happell, B., & Sander, T. (2011). Rediscovering the essence of nursing : exploring the impact of in clinical experience in Thailand for undergraduate nursing students from Australia. Nurse education today., 31(8), 892-897. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2010.12.024

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Reid-Searl, K., Eaton, A., Vieth, L., & Happell, B. (2011). The educator inside the patient : students' insights into the use of high fidelity silicone patient simulation. Journal of clinical nursing., 20(19-20), 2752-2760. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.03795.x

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., & Happell, B. (2010). "Whatever it takes" : nursing students' experiences of administering medication in the clinical setting. Qualitative health research., 20(7), 952-965. doi:10.1177/1049732310364988

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Reid-Searl, K. (2010). De-masking Cyril Smith : how the use of role play became a serious educational tool. Connections., 13(2), 34-35.

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., & Happell, B. (2010). Enhancing patient safety : the importance of direct supervision for avoiding medication errors and near misses by undergraduate nursing students. International journal of nursing practice., 16(3), 225-232. doi:10.1111/j.1440-172X.2010.01820.x

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., & Happell, B. (2010). Nursing students administering medication : appreciating and seeking appropriate supervision. Journal of advanced nursing., 66(3), 532-541. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2009.05214.x

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Moxham, L., Dwyer, T., Happell, B., Reid-Searl, K., Kahl, J., Morris, J., & Wheatland, N. (2010). Recognising our role : improved confidence of general nurses providing care to young people with a mental illness in a rural paediatric unit. Journal of clinical nursing., 19(9-10), 1434-1442. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2702.2009.02993.x

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., & Happell, B. (2010). Supervising medication administration by undergraduate nursing students : influencing factors. Journal of clinical nursing., 19(5-6), 775-784. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2009.03074.x

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Kahl, J., Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Happell, B., Moxham, L., & Morris, J. (2009). Action in paediatric mental health. Australian nursing journal., 17(3), 43.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Happell, B., Moxham, L., Kahl, J., Morris, J., & Wheatland, N. (2009). Caring for children with complex emotional and psychological disorders. Journal of clinical nursing., 18, 1-9. Retrieved from http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/119877729/issue

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., & Happell, B. (2009). Internal conflict : undergraduate nursing students' response to inadequate supervision during the administration of medication. Collegian., 16, 71-77. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2008.11.002

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Happell, B., Moxham, L., Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Kahl, J., Morris, J., & Wheatland, N. (2009). Promoting mental health care in a rural paediatric unit through participatory action research. Australian journal of rural health., 17, 155-160. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1440-1584.2009.01061.x

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Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2009). Web-enhanced and on-line learning : a comparison of first year undergraduate nursing students’ learning. Studies in learning, evaluation, innovation and development., 6(2), 16-28. Retrieved from http://sleid.cqu.edu.au/viewarticle.php?id=247

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., & Walker, S. (2008). Medication administration and final year nursing students. Studies in learning, evaluation, innovation and development., 5(2), 46-55. Retrieved from http://sleid.cqu.edu.au/viewarticle.php?id=223

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., & Walker, S. (2008). Medication administration and nursing students. Australian nursing journal., 15(7), 33.

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Dwyer, T., Bradshaw, J., Mummery, W., Reid-Searl, K., Rossi, D., & Broadbent, M. (2008). Public support for anti-smoking legislation varies with smoking status. Australian journal of rural health., 16, 231-236.

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., & Walker, S. (2008). RNs, undergraduate nursing students and medication safety. Queensland nursing forum., 16(1), 24-26.

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Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., Walker, S., & Happell, B. (2008). Shifting supervision : implications for safe administration of medication by nursing students. Journal of clinical nursing., 17, 2750-2757. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2008.02486.x

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Madsen, W., & Reid-Searl, K. (2007). Overcoming tradition : teaching wound management into the tweny-first century. Collegian., 14(4), 7-10.

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Reid-Searl, K., & Moxham, L. (2005). Promoting the student practicum : a CD ROM for nursing preceptors. Studies in learning, evaluation, innovation and development., 2(2), 20-28. Retrieved from http://sleid.cqu.edu.au/viewarticle.php?id=51

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Bradshaw, J., Dwyer, T., Mummery, W., Rossi, D., Broadbent, M., & Reid-Searl, K. (2007). Smoker's and women's beliefs on the risk of children becoming smokers if parents are smokers. Australian and New Zealand journal of public health., 31(3), 291-292. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-842x.2007.00068.x

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Book chapter

Dwyer, T., & Friel, D. (2018). Circulation. In A. Berman, S. Snyder, T. Levett-Jones, T. Dwyer, M. Hales, N. Harvey, . . . D. Stanley (Eds.), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing: Concepts, Process and Practice (Vol. 3, 4th Australian ed., pp. 1467-1490). Melbourne, Vic.: Pearson Australia. Retrieved from https://pearson.com.au/

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Reid-Searl, K., Carville, K., O'Neill, B., Mainey, L., & Crowley, K. (2018). Faecal elimination. In A. Berman, S. J. Snyder, T. Levett-Jones, T. Dwyer, M. Hales, N. Harvey, . . . D. Stanley (Eds.), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of nursing: Concepts, process and practice (Vol. 3, 4th Australian ed., pp. 1384-1420). Melbourne, Vic.: Pearson Australia. Retrieved from http://www.pearson.com.au/9781488620126

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Reid-Searl, K., Carville, K., O'Neill, B., Mainey, L., & Crowley, K. (2018). Urinary elimination. In A. Berman, S. J. Snyder, T. Levett-Jones, T. Dwyer, M. Hales, N. Harvey, . . . D. Stanley (Eds.), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of nursing: Concepts, process and practice (Vol. 3, 4th Australian ed., pp. 1339-1383). Melbourne, Vic.: Pearson Australia. Retrieved from http://www.pearson.com.au/9781488620126

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Dwyer, T., Borg, J., & Goldsworthy, D. (2017). A person-centred approach to assessing the renal system. In P. Lemone, K. Burke, G. Bauldoff, P. Guburd, T. Levett-Jones, M. Hales, . . . K. Reid-Searl (Eds.), Medical-surgical nursing: Critical thinking for person-centred care (Vol. 2, 3rd adaptation edition ed., pp. 826-844). Melbourne, Victoria: Pearson Australia.

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Borg, J., Dwyer, T., & Goldsworthy, D. (2017). Nursing care of people with urinary tract disorders. In J. Borg, T. Dwyer, D. Goldsworthy, P. Lemone, K. Burke, G. Bauldoff, . . . K. Reid-Searl (Eds.), Medical-surgical nursing critical thinking for person-centred care (3rd ed., pp. 845-882). Melbourne: Pearson.

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Moxham, L., Taylor, E., Dwyer, T., Lauder, W., Stephens, M., Antoniou, C., . . . Fuller, C. (2016). Articulating expectations about supervision: Getting it right at the start of the journey. In M. Fourie-Malherbe, R. Albertyn, C. Aitchison, & E. Bitzer (Eds.), Postgraduate supervison: Future foci for the knowledge society (pp. 143-156). Stellenbosch, South Africa: Sun Press. doi:10.18820/9781928357223

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Reid-Searl, K., Carville, K., Hewerdine, S., & Kahl, J. (2015). Faecal elimination. In Unknown (Ed.), Kozier and Erb’s Fundamentals of nursing, volume 3 (3rd Australian ed., pp. 1434-1470). Melbourne, Vic.: Pearson Australia.

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Reid-Searl, K., Kahl, J., Carville, K., & Hewerdine, S. (2015). Urinary elimination. In Unknown (Ed.), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of nursing, volume 3 (3rd Australian ed., pp. 1390-1433). Melbourne, Vic.: Pearson Australia.

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Quinney, L., Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L., & Walker, B. (2012). Caring for a child with type 1 diabetes. In T. Levett-Jones (Ed.), Clinical reasoning : learning to think like a nurse (pp. 204-223). Frenchs Forest: Pearson Australia.

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Reid-Searl, K., Carville, K., & Hewerdine, S. (2012). Faecal elimination. In Unknown (Ed.), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of nursing, volume 3, 2nd Australian edition (2nd Australian edition ed., pp. 1477-1515). French's Forest : Pearson Australia,: Pearson Australia.

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Reid-Searl, K., Carville, K., Kahl, J., & Hewerdine, S. (2012). Urinary elimination. In Unknown (Ed.), Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of nursing, volume 3, 2nd Australian edition (2nd Australian edition ed., pp. 1432-1476). Sydney, Australia: Pearson.

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Book

Levett-Jones, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Bourgeois, S. (2018). The clinical placement: An essential guide for nursing students (4th ed.). Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier. Retrieved from https://www.elsevierhealth.com.au/the-clinical-placement-9780729542845.html

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Dwyer, T. A., Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., & Bullock, K. (2017). EDDIE: Early Detection of Deterioration in Elderly: Clinical guide for nursing staff working in aged care. Rockhampton, Qld: Central Queensland University.

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Berman, A., Snyder, S., Levett-Jones, T., Dwyer, T., Hales, M., Harvey, N., . . . Stanley, D. (2015). Kozier and Erbs fundamentals of nursing (3rd Australian ed.). A. Berman, S. Snyder, T. Levett-Jones, T. Dwyer, M. Hales, N. Harvey, . . . D. Stanley (Eds.), Melbourne, Vic.: Pearson Australia. Retrieved from http://www.pearson.com.au/9781486010394

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Berman, A., Snyder, S., Levett-Jones, T., Dwyer, T., Hales, M., Harvey, N., . . . Stanley, D. (2015). Kozier and Erbs fundamentals of nursing (3rd Australian ed.). A. Berman, S. Snyder, T. Levett-Jones, T. Dwyer, M. Hales, N. Harvey, . . . D. Stanley (Eds.), Melbourne, Vic.: Pearson Australia. Retrieved from http://www.pearson.com.au/9781486010394

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Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., Reid-Searl, K., & Broadbent, M. (2014). Health student's research survival guide (1st ed.). Frenchs Forrest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

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LeMone, P., Burke, K., Raymond, D., Levett-Jones, T., Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., . . . Luxford, Y. (2014). Medical-surgical nursing: critical thinking for person-centred care (3rd ed.). Victoria, NSW: Pearson Australia.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., & Ryan, J. (2014). Nursing student's clinical survival guide (3rd ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Moxham, L., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., Robson, P., & Broadbent, M. (2013). Nursing student's adult mental health clinical survival guide. Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Berman, A., Kozier, B., Erb, G., Snyder, S., Levett-Jones, T., Dwyer, T., . . . Stanley, D. (2012). Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of nursing (2nd Australian ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., Richards, A., Reid-Searl, K., & Reid-Speirs, J. (2012). Maths and medications (2nd ed.). Harlow, England: Pearson Education.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Ryan, J., Moxham, L., Richards, A., & Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Nursing & health survival guide: clinical skills (2nd ed.). Harlow: Pearson Education.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., Lovegrove, M., & Applegarth, J. (2012). The nursing and midwifery student's clinical midwifery survival guide. Sydney, Australia: Pearson.

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LeMone, P., Burke, K., Luxford, Y., Raymond, D., Dwyer, T., Levett-Jones, T., . . . Knox, N. (2011). Medical-surgical nursing: critical thinking in client care (1st Australian ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Berman, A., Snyder, S. J., Kozier, B., Erb, G., Levett-Jones, T., Dwyer, T., . . . Stanley, D. (2009). Kozier and Erb's Fundamentals of nursing (1st Australian ed.). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Ryan, J., Moxham, L., & Richards, A. (2009). Student nurse. Clinical skills survival guide (2009 ed.). Harlow, England: Pearson Education.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., Reid-Speirs, J., & Richards, A. (2009). Student nurse. Maths and medications survival guide. Harlow, England: Pearson.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., & Reid-Speirs, J. (2008). Snelgids medicijndosering / = : Nursing student's mathematics and medications survival guide. Amsterdam.: Pearson Education Benelux.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., & Reid-Speirs, J. (2007). Nursing student's mathematics & medications survival guide. Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Education Australia.

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Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Ryan, J., & Moxham, L. (2006). Student nurse clinical survival guide (2006 ed.). NSW, Australia: Pearson.

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Reid-Searl, K., & Gardner, S. (2005). Pre clinical resource package (Updated ed. /b Kerry Reid Searl, Sandra Gardner ed.). Rockhampton, Qld.: School of Nursing and Health Studies, Central Queensland University.

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Presentation

Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., O'Neill, B., & Crowley, K. (2016). Teaching paediatric vital signs to undergraduate nursing students using a unique simulated silicone procedural puppet. In 6th International Nurse Education Conference: NETNEP 2016 (pp. 1 page). Brisbane, Australia.

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Conference paper

Harris, L., Dargusch, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Nursing student perceptions of different assessment tasks : implications for the introduction of new genres. In Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE 2016), 27 November-1 December 2016, Melbourne, Australia. (pp. 1). Melbourne, Vic.: Australian Association for Research in Education. Retrieved from http://www.aareconference.com.au/

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Dargusch, J., Harris, L., Reid-Searl, K., & Taylor, B. (2015). Getting the message through : communicating assessment expectations to first-year students. In Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, 30 November-3 December, Fremantle, Australia. (pp. 1-27). Deakin ACT: Australian Association for Research in Education. Retrieved from http://www.aare.edu.au/

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Dwyer, T., Moxham, L., & Reid-Searl, K. (2014). Higher degree by research (HDR) : what candidates and supervisors want. In ANZAHPE conference handbook. (pp. 334). Unknown place: ANZAHPE.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Effective patient education: Getting the message and the delivery ‘right’. In Australian Wound Management Conference program and abstract Book: Harbouring Wound Care (pp. na). Sydney, NSW: AWMA.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2012). High fidelity simulation teaching: to improve the delivery of geriatric care.. In RBWH Hospital in the Nursing Home Aged Care Conference. (pp. 1). Brisbane, Qld.: Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Innovation in learning and teaching: from a dress up box to amazing props. In Learning and Teaching Conference : Future directions in Learning and Teaching. (pp. 1). na: na.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Key note presentation; Realistic and spontaneous simulation: innovations in nursing education.. In 14th National Nurse Education Conference 2012 Program Handbook. Keeping the Flame Alight. (pp. 9). Perth, Western Australia: WA Branch Australian Nurses Teachers' Society.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Mask Ed : knowledgeable, realistic and spontaneous simulation : a humanistic simulation technique designed to transform the educator and the education process. In Sigma Theta Tau International's 23rd International Nursing Research Congress. (pp. 58). USA: Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to Pup-Ed™ (KRS simulation): silicone props and puppets – the new faces of simulation.. In Sim Health 2012 : Innovation. Education. Reseach. Making Teams Work Conference Program. (pp. 1). Sydney Australia: Australian Society for Simulation in Health Care.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Putting the FUN back into learning through an innovative technique.. In Lead, Create and Celebrate : Living Education Seminar. (pp. 1). Canberra, ACT: ACT Government Health Directorate.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Weaving culture education and technology into a brilliant blend. In 19th WCET Biennial Congress Handbook and Abstracts. Weaving Culture, Education and Technology into a brilliant blend. (pp. 58). Adelaide: WCET.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2010). A unique simulation technique to teach medication safety to nursing students. In Leadership and practice development in health: quality and safety through workplace learning, 18-19 March 2010, Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart, Tasmania. (pp. 32). Hobart, Tas.. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/53807

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Reid-Searl, K. (2010). Dare to be different : taking the plunge to teach wound management using some novel strategies. In Journey into new frontiers : 8th National Conference, Perth, W.A. 24-27 March 2010 (AMWA 2010). (pp. 1-2). Perth, W.A.: West Australian Wound Care Association Inc.,.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2010). Final year nursing students in the clinical context and their medication administration experiences : an issue concerning safety. In Nursing education in a global community : collaboration and networking for the future, 3rd International Conference (NETNEP 2010), 11-14 April 2010, Sydney, Australia. (pp. [1]). U.K.: Elsevier,.

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Reid-Searl, K., & Vieth, L. (2010). High fidelity latex patient simulation : an innovative teaching strategy. In Innovate and Educate Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia, 11-12 March, 2010. (pp. n/a). Brisbane, Qld..

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Reid-Searl, K. (2010). So what's behind the mask?. In Education into practice : Day Surgery Nurses Association Inc NSW State Conference 2010. (pp. 1-41). Australia: Day Surgery Nurses Association Inc NSW.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2010). Teaching therapeutic communication in a first year undergraduate nursing course : innovation in action. In International journal of mental health nursing. (pp. a41). Australia: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. Retrieved from http://events.cdesign.com.au/

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Bellchambers, H., Reid-Searl, K., & Levett-Jones, T. (2010). The creative use of masks to promote quality teaching and learning of safe medication practices for nurses. In Nursing education in a global community : collaboration and networking for the future, 3rd International Conference (NETNEP 2010), 11-14 April 2010, Sydney, Australia.. U.K.: Churchill Livingstone.

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Reid-Searl, K. (2010). The use of simulation for education. In Journey into new frontiers : 8th National Conference, Perth, W.A. 24-27 March 2010 (AMWA 2010). (pp. 1-24). Perth, W.A.: West Australian Wound Care Association Inc..

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Reid-Searl, K., Applegarth, J., & Power, L. (2003). A preceptor CD ROM : a resource with a difference. In Action for Excellence : Australasian Nurse Educators Conference, 24-26 September 2003, Rororua, New Zealand. (pp. 1-12). New Zealand: ANEC 2003.

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Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2006). A voice to opening doors : the place of undergraduate nursing students in midwifery. In Proceedings of the Australian College of Midwives Queensland State Conference. (pp. 1-7). Canberra, A.C.T.: Australian College of Midwives.

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Reid-Searl, K., & Anastasi, J. (2002). An assessment process with a difference : an avenue for nurses to regain their registration. In K. Appleton, C. Macpherson, & D. Orr (Eds.), International Lifelong Learning Conference : refereed papers from the 2nd International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, Australia, 16-19 June 2002 (pp. 288-293). Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University Press. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/3474

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Dwyer, T., Bradshaw, J., Mummery, W., Broadbent, M., Reid-Searl, K., & Rossi, D. (2006). Anti-smoking legislation beliefs of Central Queenslanders : population based study. In Health and Medical Research Conference of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, 23-24 November, 2006. (pp. 1). Brisbane, Qld.: AHMRC.

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Moxham, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2005). Clinical teaching : who best to fulfil the role?. In Women in Research Conference : a national conference about “Women Doing Research”, Gladstone CQU Campus, Gladstone, 24-25 November, 2005. (pp. 1-7). Gladstone, Qld.: Central Queensland University.

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Moxham, L., & Reid-Searl, K. (2005). Effective clinical teaching : a contemporary approach to training the trainer. In Effective Teaching and Learning conference [electronic resource] : conference proceedings, 4-5 November 2004 (pp. 1-7). Mt Gravatt, Qld.: Griffith University.

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Broadbent, M., Reid-Searl, K., Moxham, L., & Dwyer, T. (2005). Emergency mental health triage : models of care and future directions. In 5th Annual Health and Medical Research Conference of Queensland : Innovation and Research into Better Health, Brisbane, Queensland, 3rd-4th November 2005 : program and abstracts. (pp. 81). Brisbane, Qld.: Queensland Health].

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Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Moxham, L. (2005). Examiners' perceptions and acceptance of the osca. In Women in Research Conference : a national conference about “Women Doing Research”, Gladstone CQU Campus, Gladstone, 24-25 November, 2005. (pp. 1-7). Gladstone, Qld.: Central Queensland University.

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Fisher, J., Currie, B., Robins, P., Klotz, J., Bradshaw, J., Reid-Searl, K., & Smith, J. (1994). Fear for personal safety : implications for nursing education. In Educating for excellence : pathways to professional development : 6th National Nursing Education Conference, 28-30 September 1994, Manning Clark Centre, Australian National University : proceedings. (pp. 1-18). Sydney: Australian Nurse Teachers' Society NSW].

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Reid-Searl, K. (2006). Final year nursing students' experiences with administering medication in the clinical setting. In Lifelong learning : partners, pathways, and pedagogies : keynote and refereed papers from the 4th International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, Australia, 13-16 June 2006. (pp. 256-263). Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/6580

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Dwyer, T., Walker, S., Gray-Ganter, G., & Reid-Searl, K. (2003). First year registered nurses and delegation of duties. In Action for Excellence : Australasian Nurse Educators Conference, 24-26 September 2003, Rororua, New Zealand. (pp. 1-9). Rotorua, New Zealand: ANEC.

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Dwyer, T., Gray-Ganter, G., Walker, S., & Reid-Searl, K. (2003). First year registered nurses and delegation of duties. In Discovery : discovering research, discovering teaching & learning, discovering self : 2003 Women in Research Conference, Central Queensland University, 13-14 November 2003, Rockhampton, Qld. (pp. 1-9). Rockhampton, Australia: Women in Research, Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/3137

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Reid-Searl, K., Jamieson, L., & Dwyer, T. (2002). Promoting an effective learning environment whilst considering the realities of a practice setting. In K. Appleton, C. Macpherson, & D. Orr (Eds.), International Lifelong Learning Conference : refereed papers from the 2nd International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, Australia, 16-19 June 2002 (pp. 294-299). Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University Press. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/3479

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Jamieson, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2002). Reflection' : a teaching and learning strategy to facilitate a deep approach to learning during undergraduate student clinical practicum experiences. In K. Appleton, C. Macpherson, & D. Orr (Eds.), International Lifelong Learning Conference : refereed papers from the 2nd International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, Australia, 16-19 June 2002 (pp. 221-227). Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University Press. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/3444

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Reid-Searl, K., Jirojwong, S., Dwyer, T., & Hinton, L. (2000). Research and information literacy at CQU : an explanation of the attitudes of pre- and post-registration nursing students. In K. Appleton, C. Macpherson, & D. Orr (Eds.), Lifelong Learning Conference : selected papers from the inaugural international Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia, 17-19 July 2000, hosted by Central Queensland University (pp. 216-221). Rockhampton, Qld.: Lifelong Learning Conference Committee, Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/4095

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Reid-Searl, K. (2003). Safe medication administration by nursing students : pharmacology in a nursing curriculum - an initial review of literature. In Discovery : discovering research, discovering teaching & learning, discovering self : 2003 Women in Research Conference, Central Queensland University, 13-14 November 2003, Rockhampton, Qld. (pp. 1-6). Rockhampton, Qld: Women in Research, Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/3196

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Parry, J., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Baillie, F. (2000). Undergraduate nursing students : examining the critical thinking disposition and personal construction of nursing. In K. Appleton, C. Macpherson, & D. Orr (Eds.), Lifelong Learning Conference : selected papers from the inaugural international Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia, 17-19 July 2000, hosted by Central Queensland University (pp. 274-278). Rockhampton, Qld.: Lifelong Learning Conference Committee, Central Queensland University. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/4145

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Thesis / Dissertation

Reid-Searl, K. (2008). The experiences of final year nursing students in administering medications : shifting levels of supervision. (PhD Thesis, Central Queensland University).

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Media

Flenady, T., Kahl, J., Dwyer, T. A., Reid-Searl, K., Kinnear, S., Signal, T., . . . Williamson, S. (2018). Research Ready Grant Program: A model for collaborative multidisciplinary practice-research partnerships. Retrieved from https://www.health.qld.gov.au/

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