Professor Diane Chamberlain

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Research Biography

I am an epidemiologist and mixed methods researcher. My background is in clinical intensive care. 

My PhD focused on the epidemiology and clinical management of patients with severe sepsis in Australia. I have interests and projects in critical care practice, epidemiology, workforce, policy, and patient outcome.

Current research projects:

1. Wellbeing and Burnout in Critical Care Health Professionals - now at Phase three - a pilot and feasibility RCT of individualised program to manage and prevent burnout in Critical Care Health Professionals. 

2..Sepsis mortality across the lifespan, differences in sex, using CORE big data - The new ACSQH Sepsis Standards - I was a consultant member of the development team. 

Research Interests

Sepsis, Mixed methods research design, Patient Outcome analysis, Traumatic brain injury; epidemiology; public health; health policy; learning theory.

Member of the International Consortium of Occupational Wellbeing

Critical Care Nursing Policy and Professional position statements and standards


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