Personal details

Name
Professor Samantha Keogh
Position(s)
Professor
Faculty of Health,
School of Nursing
IHBI Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Health Projects,
IHBI Nursing - CDA
Discipline *
Nursing
Phone
+61 7 3138 3881
Email
Location
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Identifiers and profiles
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Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland University of Technology)

Professional memberships
and associations
Keywords

Vascular access, Critical and acute care, Clinical research nursing workforce

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Background

Project highlights

Publications

  • S Keogh, J Flynn, C Shelverton, N Marsh, G Mihala, K Davies, C Rickard. (2020) Implementation and evaluation of peripheral intravascular catheter flushing guidelines: A Stepped Wedge Cluster Randomised Trial. BMC Medicine 18: 252 doi.org/10.1186/s12916-020-01728-1 D1 Medical Journal, 900 accesses in first month 
  • E Slaughter, K Kynoch, M Brobribb, S Keogh (2020) As systematic review of recent studies evaluating the impact of central venous catheter design and materials on thrombosis. Worldviews on Evidence Based Nursing https://doi.org/10.1111/wvn.12472 Q1 Nursing Journal
  • F Indarwati, S Mathew, J Munday S Keogh (2019) Incidence of peripheral intravenous catheter failure and complications in paediatric patients: systematic review and meta analysis. International Journal of Nursing Studiesorg/10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2019.103488 D1 Nursing Journal
  • Piper S, Carr PJ, Kelsey LK, Bulmer AB, Keogh SJ, Doyle BJ (2018) Towards a better understanding of the mechanistic causes of peripheral intravenous catheter failure: a parametric computational study. Scientific Reports – Nature 8:3441 doi:10.1038/s41598-018-21617-1. Q1 Multidisciplinary Journal, 4604 accesses online
  • Zhang L, Keogh S, Rickard CM. Reducing the risk of infection associated with vascular access devices through nanotechnology: A perspective. International Journal of Nanomedicine. 2013. 8: 4453-4466 Q1 Bioengineering Journal 10,316 accesses online

Grants

  • 2020 Queensland Health Innovation, Investment and Research Office (HIIRO) Implementation Fellowship $120,000 The Kids Pain Collaborative: An implementation study of paediatric pain management in the emergency department PI: S Williams. AIs: C Douglas, S Keogh, D Herd, R Glass, K Watt, S Riggal, A Hudson, H Cronin, T Flannagan, J Keyser.
  • 2020 MNHHS CRG $50,000 Medication Administration Evaluation and Feedback Tool (MAEFT): A pilot stepped wedge clustered randomised trial CIs: K Davies, K Hay, K Whitfield, K Chippindall. AIs: P Donovan, S Keogh, K Losinski, P Jarrett, C Booker Pearce
  • 2018 MNHHS CRG $50,000 Standard versUs peRForated peripheral intravenous catheters. The SURF trial : A pilot RCT. N Gavin, S Keogh, L Marquart, N Marsh, M Totsika, C Saxby
  • 2016 Cancer Care Qld  $200,00. Prevention of Central Venous Catheter Infection and Occlusion by Needless Connector Design and Disinfection in haematology-Oncology Patients. L Zhang, C Rickard, J Webster, M Cooke,  P Mollee, G Playford, V Chopra, A McCarthy, S Keogh, C Mervin.
  • 2015 NHMRC Project Grant. APP1098757. 2016-2019. $1,101,717.35. Peripherally InSerted Central catheter Securement: the PISCES Trial.  CM Rickard, J Webster, R Chan, P Mollee, EG Playford, L Zhang, S Keogh, A Hallahan, E Alexandrou. (CIs). A Ullman, D McMillan, D Paterson, M McGrail, M Mervin, N Gavin, V Chopra. (AIs).
  • 2015 BD Grant-in-aid (as part commitment to NHMRC Partnership Grant) $183,000. Development and implementation of best flushing practice to optimise peripheral intravascular catheter patency. S Keogh, M Cooke, M Wallis, A Van Zundert, C Rickard, P Scuffham, L Zhang, A Bulmer.
  • 2015 Queensland Health Nursing and Midwifery Research Fellowship $120,000. The FLiP Study: Flushing in Peripheral Intravenous Catheters. Optimising PIVC patency through implementation of best flushing practice. S Keogh, J Flynn, K Davies, C Booker, C Rickard.
  • 2013 BD Investigator Initiated Grant $50,000 Flushing in peripheral catheters (FliP): A pilot factorial, randomised controlled trial. S Keogh & C Rickard. 2012 BD Grant-in-aid $44,500 State survey of nurses’ intravenous device flushing practice. S Keogh, N Marsh, K Davies, N Higgins.
  • 2012 Griffith University RCCCPI Early Career Researcher Grant $7,474. Maintenance of peripheral intravenous catheter patency in the acute care setting: A review of practice and research. CIs: S Keogh, C Rickard. AIs: N Marsh, K Davies.
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Teaching

Higher Degree Supervision

Post Graduate Evidence Based Practice and Research Design

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Awards

Awards and recognition

Type
Funding Award
Reference year
2016
Details
NHMRC Project Grant. APP1098757. 2016-2019. $1,101,717.35. Peripherally InSerted Central catheter Securement: the PISCES Trial. CM Rickard, J Webster, R Chan, P Mollee, EG Playford, L Zhang, S Keogh, A Hallahan, E Alexandrou. (CIs). A Ullman, D McMillan, D Paterson, M McGrail, M Mervin, N Gavin, V Chopra. (AIs).
Type
Funding Award
Reference year
2016
Details
National Blood Authority $49,162. D Long, C Stocker, F MacFarlane, S Keogh (CIs). Zhang L, Mervin C, Ullman U (AIs). Evaluation of a closed loop-blood sampling system in critically ill children undergoing cardiac surgery: a pilot randomised controlled trial.
Type
Funding Award
Reference year
2015
Details
Queensland Health Nursing and Midwifery Research Fellowship $120,000. The FLiP Study: Flushing in Peripheral Intravenous Catheters. Optimising PIVC patency through implementation of best flushing practice. S Keogh, J Flynn, K Davies, C Booker, C Rickard.
Type
Funding Award
Reference year
2015
Details
BD Grant-in-aid (as part commitment to NHMRC Partnership Grant) $183,000. Development and implementation of best flushing practice to optimise peripheral intravascular catheter patency. S Keogh, M Cooke, M Wallis, A Van Zundert, C Rickard, P Scuffham, L Zhang, A Bulmer.
Type
Funding Award
Reference year
2015
Details
NCREN Seed funding $13,000 Needless Connector decontamination: an in vivo study. S Keogh, Zhang Li, J Flynn.