• 60 Citations
  • 3 h-Index
20052014

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Research Biography

Amanda Adams is a PhD candidate in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, whose research explores the role of usability and accessibility evaluations undertaken by developers in improving user experience of online health information resources. She also provides research support to various digital health projects undertaken by the CareSearch Palliative Care Knowledge Network at Flinders University.

Amanda was previously a research assistant with CareSearch and has been involved in managing digital projects from inception to release, including Decision Assist, CNHS Projects, palliAGEDnurse and palliAGEDgp mobile applications and websites. She has also been employed at the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health as a senior research assistant managing clinical trial data and supporting activities investigating relationships between physiological characteristics and sleep behaviour.

Her expertise includes project management, digital translation and digital product development. Amanda is a student member of the Research Centre for Palliative Care, Death and Dying (REPADD).

Research Interests

Conference Presentations and Posters

Tait P, Adams A, Tieman J. Evaluation of the palliAGEDgp Smartphone Application: A National Survey [Poster Presentation]. 2017 Australian Palliative Care Conference (APCC17) 6-8 September 2017, Adelaide South Australia.


Tait P, Adams A, Button E, Tieman J. An evaluation of doctor’s experiences with palliAGEDgp smartphone app. 14th National Rural Health Conference, 26-29 April 2017. Cairns Queensland.


Tait P, Adams A, Tieman J. palliAGED: Developing an innovative tool supporting evidence-based palliative care. PHC Research Conference, 8-9 June 2016. Canberra National Convention Centre, Australian Capital Territory.


Tait P, Adams A, Tieman J. [Poster] Information resources for healthcare professionals in primary care: Improving access through information technology. National Medicines Symposium, 19–20 May 2016. Canberra Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australian Capital Territory


Tait P, Adams A, Tieman J. Smart phone apps and GPs: A portable solution for community care. 13th Australian Palliative Care Conference, 1 - 4 September 2015. Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Victoria


Eckert DJ, Catcheside P, McDonald R, Adams A, Hlavac M, Webster K, McEvoy RD. Decreased amplitude in early respiratory related evoked potential components and impaired perception of respiratory load with hypoxia. Respirology 2005; 10 (Suppl):TO043 A18


Eckert DJ, Catcheside PG, McDonald R, Adams AM, Hlavac MC, Webster KE, McEvoy RD. Amplitude reductions in early RREP components and blunted perception of respiratory load with hypoxia. Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society, ATS 2005 International Conference, May 20-25, San Diego, California, A63.


Eckert DJ, Catcheside P, McDonald R, Adams A, Hlavac M, Webster K, McEvoy RD. Decreased amplitude in early respiratory related evoked potential components and impaired perception of respiratory load with hypoxia. Respirology 2005; 10 (Suppl):TO043 A18


Eckert DJ, Catcheside PG, McDonald R, Adams AM, Hlavac MC, Webster KE, McEvoy RD. Amplitude reductions in early RREP components and blunted perception of respiratory load with hypoxia. Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society, ATS 2005 International Conference, May 20-25, San Diego, California, A63.


Eckert D, Catcheside P, McDonald R, Adams A, Hlavac M, Webster K, McEvoy RD. Evoked potential differences and blunted perception to respiratory stimuli with hypoxia. Proceedings of the Australasian Sleep Association 17th ASM, Sydney 15-17th Oct 2004.


Catcheside P, Jordan AS, Eckert DJ, Adams A, White D, Trinder J, McEvoy RD. Minimal ventilatory response to arousal from sleep during non-invasive mechanical hyperventilation. Intern Med J 2004; 34 (Suppl) A37.

Catcheside P, Jordan AS, Eckert DJ, Adams A, Smith J, McEvoy RD. Greater cutaneous vasoconstrictor but not heart rate or pulse arrival time response to brief arousal from sleep in men versus women. Intern Med J 2004; 34 (Suppl) A36


Hlavac M, Catcheside P, Adams A, McEvoy RD. The effects of hypoxia on ventilatory compensation to external resistive loads during wakefulness in patients with obstructive sleep apnoea. Intern Med J 2004; 34 (Suppl) A29


Eckert D, Catcheside P, McDonald R, Adams A, Hlavac M, Webster K, McEvoy RD. Evoked potential differences and blunted perception to respiratory stimuli with hypoxia. Proceedings of the Australasian Sleep Association 17th ASM, Sydney 15-17th Oct 2004.

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Research Output

  • 60 Citations
  • 3 h-Index
  • 4 Article
  • 1 Paper

Supporting service change in palliative care: a framework approach

Tieman, J., Rawlings, D., Taylor, J., Adams, A., Mills, S., Vaz, H. & Banfield, M., 2014, In : International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 20, 7, p. 349-356 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 3 Citations (Scopus)

    CareSearch, NSAP, PCOC: Evaluation of the Working Together Change Framework Workshops

    Tieman, J., Rawlings, D., Adams, A., Mills, S., Vaz, H. & Banfield, M., 2013. 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

    23 Citations (Scopus)

    Sustained hypoxia depresses sensory processing of respiratory resistive loads

    Eckert, D., Catcheside, P., McDonald, R., Adams, A., Webster, K., Hlavac, M. & McEvoy, R., 2005, In : American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 172, 8, p. 1047-1054 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    27 Citations (Scopus)