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Professor Jennifer Tieman is a Matthew Flinders Fellow and Director of the Research Centre in Palliative Care, Death and Dying. She was the inaugural Dean Research of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Professor Tieman leads a series of nationallly recognised palliative care programs which aim to build awareness and capacity in the Australian community and the health and aged care systems.
- As Director and Chief Investigator of the CareSearch project she is responsible for a national evidence resource in palliative care supporting health professionals in all settings of care and also those affected by the need for palliative care, namely, patients, their families, carers and friends. To support the quality of the evidence and its utility in the web environment, the team undertakes research on knowledge retrieval and knowledge dissemination and investigates approaches that encourage the use of evidence in health.
- She leads a specialist bibliometric research group, Flinders Filters, which look at strategies to harvest, synthesise and disseminate published research evidence.
- A new palliative care evidence resource for aged care was released in 2017. The palliAGED website highlights the importance of the aged care sector in providing care for older Australians as they approach the end of their life.
Professor Tieman plays an active part in other national initiatives and is a partner on the following projects:
- Advance: This project addresses the needs of general practice doctors and staff in initiating palliative care and advance care planning in general practice. New work will look at supporting the aged care workforce when caring for people living with dementia.
- ELDAC: This significant program is looking at embedding palliative care and advance care planning strategies and processes in aged care nationally
- CarerHelp: This research project and its associated resources support families and idividuals caring fro someone living with a terminal illness.
As inaugural Director of the new RePaDD Research Centre she leads a team of experienced researchers and clinicians who are investigating critical issues in providing palliative care across all settings, identifying attitudes towards death and dying in the community, and exploring the role of digital innovation in supporting end of life for individuals, the system and the community.
Professor Tieman leads a team of over 20 researchers and project staff. This research work focuses on palliative care, evidence and translation, health informatics, and aged care.
Current research projects
- CareSearch Project 2020-2023
Director and Lead Investigator: Tieman JJ
Continuation of the CareSearch website and developemtn of a new website portal incorporating a digital translation and evaluation framework.
- End of Life Directions (ELDAC) 2020-2023
Consortium: QUT, Flinders University (CareSearch), UTS, ACSA, LASA, CHA, AHHA, PCA
ELDAC aims to improve palliative care provision and advance care planning for older Australians in residential aged care and home care. In this period there will be a specific focus on workforce capability and technology initiaitives to support the sector.
- CarerHelp(Diversity) 2020-2023
Consortium: Centre for Palliative Care (St Vincents), CareSearch (Flinders University), Carers Australia, UTS
Buidling on the current CarerHelp information, tools and videos for families and carers caring for someone approaching the end of their life, additional work will focus on supporting care across the diversity of the Australian community.
- Talking End of Life (TEL)
Consortium: University of Sydney, CareSearch (Flinders University), Western Sydney University, Unisson Care
TEL is designed for disability support workers and shows careworkers how to teach someone with an intellectual disability about end of life.
- Bereavement Studies: 2020-2021
Investigators: Professor Jennifer Tieman and Dr Priyanka Vandersmann
Two studies for SA Health will be completed. The first addresses grief and loss needs of families of an older person dying in residential aged care. The second will identify tools, resources and services to support bereavement care across the SA community.
- Bereavement Outcomes during Covid19
Investigators: Professor Elizabeth Lobb, Dr Fiona Maccallum, Professor Meera Agar, Professor Jane Phillips, Associate Professor Lauren Breen, Dr Tim Luckett, Associate Professor Michelle DiGiacomo, Professor Jenny Philip, Professor Jennifer Tieman, Dr Annmarie Hosie
This MRFF Project aims to identify the mental health effects and support needs of people bereaved during and following COVID-19 using a mixed methods design.
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Kochovska, S., Agar, M. R., Phillips, J. L., Tieman, J., Sheehan, C., Clark, K. & Currow, D. C., Mar 2021, In: Palliative Medicine. 35, 3, p. 458-460 3 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Editorial
Automated topic analysis for restricted scope health corpora: methodology and comparison with human performanceMaeder, A., Tieman, J., Naveda, B., Champion, S. & Agnew, T., 2021, Proceedings of the 54th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS 2021: January 4-8, 2021. Bui, T. X. (ed.). University of Hawai'i at Manoa, p. 775-781 7 p. (Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile1 Downloads (Pure)
Benefits of structured engagement with target audiences of a health website: Study design for a multi-case studyTieman, J. & Lewis, V., May 2021, In: Healthcare. 9, 5, 14 p., 600.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Compassionate communities – What does this mean for roles such as a death doula in end-of-life care?Rawlings, D., Davies, G. & Tieman, J., May 2021, In: Public Health. 194, p. 167-169 3 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Corrigendum to: Multimorbidity through the lens of life-limiting illness: how helpful are Australian clinical practice guidelines to its management in primary care?Damarell, R. A., Morgan, D. D., Tieman, J. J. & Healey, D. F., 1 Aug 2021, In: Australian journal of primary health. 27, 4, p. 338 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review