Professor Theresa Green2020-08-28T15:13:05+10:00

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Professor Theresa Green

Professor Theresa Green

Professor of Rehabilitation Nursing Research

Theresa has over 30 years post registration nursing experience in clinical practice, management, education, research, and academia across a variety of settings. She completed her doctoral & post-doctoral studies in Alberta Canada, in the area of stroke recovery and community reintegration and has presented and published research findings nationally and internationally. Theresa’s clinically-focused neuroscience-related research interests centre on quality patient care, evidence-based practice and the emerging fields of implementation science and improvement science. Theresa’s research studies encompass qualitative and quantitative paradigms, and mixed methods research. She collaborates with research scientists in nursing, computer-human interaction, biosciences, medicine, and allied health.

2018 Scope-AUS: safety & efficacy in intercranial aneurysm treatment with flex embolization Medtronic
2018 StrokeAssist evaluation– aphasia app QPAC, DOH
2018 Implementation and evaluation of a multi-site acute stroke nutrition care pathway Health Research Practitioner Scheme
2018 Better individualised stroke care using technology (BISCUT) MNHHS LINK
2017-18 Post-acute NP-led stroke service delivery model: managing residual neurological issues and multiple chronic conditions post discharge – a pilot project HADPC –QUT/IHBI
Chief Investigator
2017-2019 Identifying Families’ Needs during Palliative Care Post-stroke: A Qualitative Study. Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada (J. Cameron, PI) Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
2017-18 Characteristics of physical activity required to elevate circulating neuroprotective LG3 peptide as a novel stroke therapy: a pilot study (T. Green, CI) Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital Foundation

QUT Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Research Group

  • Green, T., Bonner, A., Teleni, L., Bradford, N., Purtell, L., Douglas, C., Yates, P., MacAndrew, M., Hai Yen Dao, Chan, R. (2020). The Use and Reporting of Experience-Based Co-Design Studies in the Healthcare Setting: A Systematic Review. BMJ Quality & Safety 2020; 29:64–76. doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2019-00957064.
  • Tanlaka, E., King-Shier, K., Green, T., Seneviratne, C., & Dukelow, S. (2019). Inpatient Rehabilitation Care in Alberta: How Much Does Stroke Severity and Timing Matter? The Canadian journal of Neurological Sciences. 46:691-701.
  • Green, T., Singh, P., & King-Shier, K. (2019). The Impact of Ethnic/Racial Status on Access to Care and Outcomes Following Stroke: A Narrative Systematic Review. J of Vascular Nursing (JVN_2019_25).
  • Hoang*, V. L., Green, T., & Bonner, A. (2019). Informal caregivers of people undergoing haemodialysis: Associations between activities and burden. Journal of renal care. 00(0):1-8.
  • Grimley, R., Rosbergen, I., Gustaffson, L., Horton, E., Green, T., Cadigan, G., Cadilhac, D., Kuys, S. (2019). Assessment and selection for rehabilitation following acute stroke: a prospective cohort study in Queensland, Australia. Clinical Rehabilitation. Doi:10.1177/026921551983758
  • Zerna, C., Burley*, T., Green, T., Dukelow, S., Demchuk, A., & Hill, M. (2019). Validation and Application of the Comprehensive Hierarchical Evaluation of Disability based on Activity Limitations (miFunction) Scale. I J of Stroke. 0(0) 1-8; DOI: 10.1177/1747493019840933
  • Mauk, Kristen L.; Almauhy, Deborah; Barks, Lelia; et al. (2019). Nurse Author: Who Me? Yes, You! Rehabilitation Nursing Journal. 44(2):104-114.
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