- Associate Professor Christina Parker
- Associate Professor
Faculty of Health,
School of Nursing
- IHBI Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Health Projects,
IHBI Nursing - CDA
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- Identifiers and profiles
Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Nursing (Southern Cross University)
- Professional memberships
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency 2012-current
Australian Wound Management Association (AWMA) 2009-current
(Editor / Conference Committee)
Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International 2012-current
WMI-CRC Student Association 2011-current
Royal College of Nursing Australia 2011-current
Emerging Researchers in Ageing 2011-current
Australasian Wound and Tissue Repair Society 2009-current
Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) 2008-current
Wound care, Venous leg ulcers, Non-healing, Delayed healing, Recurrence, Risk assessment tools, Validation, Reliability
Dr. Parker has been a registered nurse for twenty years, including fifteen years working clinically across hospital and community settings. Her primary areas of expertise include:
* advanced clinical skills in community, primary and public health care;
* acute and chronic medical conditions;
* general practice; and,
* organisational and team mangement skills.
In 2008, Dr. Parker commenced work with the Wound Healing Research Group at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). While working with the group she has gained valuable experience in working within multidisciplinary teams and in partnership with industry. She is a member of the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) at QUT and was awarded a National Health and Medical Research (NHMRC) Primary Care Postgraduate Scholarship in 2013 to complete her studies.
Dr. Parker has been involved in a number of workshops and tutorials across a variety of nursing undergraduate units:
Undergraduate Courses (QUT)
- Professional Studies 2: Research, evidence and nursing practice
- Nursing practice in Context 4
- Nursing practice in Context 5
Guest Lectures and Visitors (QUT)
- Nanjing Medical University visitors 2014
- Toyota Regional Nursing College Study Tour 2013
- Hanoi University 2014
Dr. Parker is currently the undergraduate unit co-ordinator for NSB604 (Nursing Practice and the Older Person)
National Science Week Stand 2011
I represented the Wound Management Innovation – Cooperative Research Centre (WMI-CRC) and QUT at the Royal Brisbane Exhibition Community Wound Care Education Stand.
Wound Awareness Week 2011
I assisted in a Wound Awareness week promotional talk, QUT, School of Nursing, EBPRAC project display.
Community Education Sessions 2011
Twilight Education Sessions on Promoting Healthy Skin and Wound Care in facilities that had participated in the Evidence Based Practice in Residential Aged Care Project. This included residents, family, community, health professionals and trade representatives in facilities across QLD and NSW that were well attended by up to 50 people.
For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.