Jo Nolan
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Jo Nolan is an experienced physiotherapist who is passionately interested in systems and processes of care that support good outcomes for older adults admitted to acute hospital care.  She has undertaken a range of projects involving understanding consumer perspectives of falls prevention recommendations, prevention of functional decline, and measurement of mobility in the acute hospital setting.   Jo was recently involved in the tRanslating knowlEDge with fUndamentals of CarE (REDUCE) Delirium with Eat Walk Engage, using the i-PARIHS framework. 


Jo is now a PhD candidate in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, with the topic The contextual factors influencing in-hospital mobility for older adults and how these factors impact health service delivery. 


Other interests include building allied health research capacity, health economics, and understanding impacts of health service delivery on quality of life. 



SA Health Allied and Scientific Panel Award for the Most significant contribution to the SA Health Plan, 2008 

People Choice Award for Best Health Service Research Paper Presentation at SALHN Research Week for REDUCE Delirium with Eat Walk Engage: feasibility, acceptability and modelled economic analysis, 2022 


External positions

Senior Program Manager, SA Health

30 Oct 201720 Mar 2023

Advanced Allied Health Research Coordinator, Southern Adelaide Local Health Network

28 Feb 2014 → …


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