Research Output per year
Elizabeth Goble is an Associate Lecturer in Health Sciences, College of Nursing and Health Sciences. She has a research interest in the area of neurological/psychological trauma and mental health wellbeing and coping in the emergency services. She has research expertise in clinical medicine, with a specialty in neurology. Her research experience ranges from cellular microbiology within a laboratory environment, to departmental clinical experimental studies to multinational pharmaceutical trials.
Elizabeth has recently completed her Doctor of Philosophy in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Title: The Culture of Coping in an Ambulance Service. The thesis identifies strategies used amongst paramedics to maintain their mental health wellbeing after presenting the occupational stressors they deem to be the most important. This qualitative research case study was undertaken using interviews from the symbolic interactionist perspective.
- Mental health well-being
- Health and well-being of first responders/emergency personnel
- Psychological trauma
- Higher education
- Research methods
The impact of emergency call taking on the mental health and wellbeing of ambulance call-takers: A systematic thematic narrative of qualitative researchWillis, E., Lawn, S., Roberts, L., Couzner, L., Mohammadi, L. & Goble, E., 9 Jun 2020, In : Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 17, p. 1-11 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Literature review
Ambulance Employees Association: Scoping Literature Reviews drawing on qualitative literature to address the physical, psychological, psychobiological, and psychosocial health of operational ambulance staff and interventions to address the impact of workplace stressors.Lawn, S., Willis, E., Roberts, L., Couzner, L., Mohammadi, L. & Goble, E., 2019, 251 p. Adelaide : Flinders Human Behaviour and Health Research Unit.
Research output: Other contribution
Effect of small intestinal nutrient infusion on appetite, gastrointestinal hormone release, and gastric myoelectrical activity in young and older menMacIntosh, C. G., Horowitz, M. C., Verhagen, M. A. M. T., Smout, A. J. P. M., Wishart, J. M., Morris, H. A., Goble, E. A., Morley, J. E. & Chapman, I. T., 2001, In : American Journal of Gastroenterology. 96, 4, p. 997-1007 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article