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1980 …2024

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Research Interests

Initial education was in neuroanatomy and neurophysiology with a focus on sensory and motor receptor localisation.

Lidia's research projects are:
ED patient presentations and medication preparedness among people with chronic conditions before, after and during disasters and extreme weather events. The project is funded through a Faculty of Health Sciences Industry Partnerships Research Grant.
Medication profile of older people during extreme conditions - this research is funded by the University Seeding Grant.

Ongoing project on compiling a unified disaster glossary. At present over 100 different disaster related glossaries exist with many terms having up to 100 different definitions. Funded project.
Long term global health aspects of people after a disaster.

Lidia is the inaugural Director of the internationally accredited Flinders University Research Program for Disaster Nursing, an ICN-accredited Centre for International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP ®) Research and Development program. She is also the Deputy Director of the Flinders University Disaster Research Centre.
Lidia is eligible to supervise research degree candidates.

Completed Supervisions

Principal Supervisions:
  • Aviation nursing — Principal (1) (1)
  • Complementary thrapies for pain in Thailand (1)
  • Preterm infants and Kangaroo care (1)


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Research Areas

  • Health emergencies and health security
  • Nursing

Supervisory Interests

  • Public health
  • Disaster health
  • Emergency department-related work
  • Global health governance


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