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Research Biography

Stacey is a postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Pre-hospital and Emergency Care - Australia and New Zealand (PEC-ANZ) Centre for Research Excellence. Her research examines the relationship between advance care planning and ambulance transfers from aged care to the emergency department, and potential role for pre-hospital providers.

Stacey trained as a registered nurse and midwife and has research experience in reproductive medicine, primary health care and general practice as well as acute and restorative care. Her PhD examined post hospital transitions for older persons in the context of the Australian Transition Care Program and decision-making about entry to residential aged care.

Stacey's current research extends her interest in aged care (broadly) to consider how paramedics can support older persons' expressed wishes for a palliative approach to care.

Research Interests

Policy directions in health and aged care, including Consumer Directed Care. Medical and nursing interventions that promote quality in health care for older adults and enrich the older person's experience of health care. The diminished role of nursing in aged care and inherent devaluation of the health care needs of older persons.


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