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Associate Professor Jean Gilmour PhD, Dip Soci Sci (Nursing), BA

Associate Professor

School of Nursing

Critical theoretical approaches provide a teaching and research lens which foregrounds the voices of the people affected by significant health issues and the need to address health outcome inequalities. These approaches inform my teaching, research practice, external relationships and contributions to community organisations.  Nursing practice before moving into an academic career route included dementia and palliative care, issues around supporting people affected by dementia has particularly informed my teaching, research and contributions to community service. 

Current teaching includes MN paper 168.731-Leadership in Nursing;168.799 Research Report (Wellington); and 168.810 Health Research Design and Method. My teaching is informed by the large body of multidisciplinary knowledge and research evidence available along with the findings from personal research projects. Student research supervisions include PhD, Masters theses and research report projects. 

I lead a sustained programme of research examining the impact of technology and freely available patient online health information on health professional educational practices in a range of contexts.  Another area of research is focused  on the care of people with dementia. I have a track record  of local and national leadership and research in the dementia field, along with action working across health services, not for profit organisations and the University. I am also an investigator on the Nurses and Midwives E-cohort study. This project led by the University of Queensland has New Zealand and Australian team members. The research examines nurse’s workforce characteristics, work–life balance and health. 

My teaching areas include health research design and nursing leadership. I have a professional background in nursing with experience particularly in dementia and palliative care before moving into an academic position. Research interests includes people’s experiences of chronic illness (dementia and endometriosis), health education and chronic illness (especially Internet information and a focus on heart failure education), health equity issues in oral health (Māori and dementia) and nursing workforce issues .

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: 04 8015799 Extn 63590
    Location: 7D53, Block 7
    Campus: Wellington

Qualifications

  • PhD - Massey University (2001)
  • Dip Soci Sci (Nursing) - Massey University (1994)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology) - Victoria University Wellington. (1988)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

My research questions focus on chronic illness, patient centred care and health  information. Recent projects include research on the Māori oral  health in the context of disability, ageing and low income, and nurses use of online health information in chronic illness education. I am also engaged in health workforce studies through the Nurses and Midwives E-cohort and the Graduate E-Cohort Study.

Thematics

Health and Well-being

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Aged Care Nursing (111001): Medical And Health Sciences (110000): Nursing (111000)

Keywords

Health education, dementia, Internet health information

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 3

Completed Projects

Project Title: Heart Failure and the Internet

The research aim was to establish nurses' use and evaluation of online resources when nursing people with heart failure. Incorporating online heart failure resources in health education is reliant on nurses' Internet expertise. The research design was a mail out medical nurses survey, the response rate was 58% (n=293). Most respondents were satisfied with work Internet access, nearly half were aware of patient's incorrect interpretations of online information, a quarter checked patients' online information use. Two thirds cared for patients with heart failure several times a week, the educational time was estimated as 20 minutes or less by 70% of this group over the hospitalisation. Printed material was most commonly used education resource, 35 nurses used online information, 84 did not use any educational material Suggestions for improved information access included printed resources in wards in a range of languages, information about useful websites and key resources in te reo M?ori. Patient misunderstandings indicates the need to talk about methods of evaluating open access health information. The research findings have been published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing and Nursing Praxis in New Zealand. The research team was a mix of local District Health Board clinicians and Massey University researchers.
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Date Range: 2008 - 2009

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: Heart Failure and the Internet

The research aim was to establish nurses' use and evaluation of online resources when nursing people with heart failure. Incorporating online heart failure resources in health education is reliant on nurses' Internet expertise. The research design was a mail out medical nurses survey, the response rate was 58% (n=293). Most respondents were satisfied with work Internet access, nearly half were aware of patient's incorrect interpretations of online information, a quarter checked patients' online information use. Two thirds cared for patients with heart failure several times a week, the educational time was estimated as 20 minutes or less by 70% of this group over the hospitalisation. Printed material was most commonly used education resource, 35 nurses used online information, 84 did not use any educational material Suggestions for improved information access included printed resources in wards in a range of languages, information about useful websites and key resources in te reo M?ori. Patient misunderstandings indicates the need to talk about methods of evaluating open access health information. The research findings have been published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing and Nursing Praxis in New Zealand. The research team was a mix of local District Health Board clinicians and Massey University researchers.
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Date Range: 2008 - 2009

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Research Outputs

Journal

Burrow, MS., Gilmour, J., & Cook, C. (2017). Healthcare assistants and aged residential care: A challenging policy and contractual environment. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand.
[Journal article]Authored by: Burrow, M., Cook, C., Gilmour, J.
Cresswell, P., Krebs, J., Gilmour, J., Hanna, A., & Parry-Strong, A. (2017). From 'pleasure to chemistry': The experience of carbohydrate counting with and without carbohydrate restriction for people with Type 1 diabetes. Journal of Primary Health Care. 7(4), 291-298
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Brannelly, T., Gilmour, JA., O'Reilly, H., Leighton, M., & Woodford, A. (2017). An ordinary life: People with dementia living in a residential setting.. Dementia (London). , 1471301217693169
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, J., Strong, A., Chan, H., Hanna, S., & Huntington, A. (2016). Primary health-care nurses and Internet health information-seeking: Access, barriers and quality checks. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 22(1), 53-60
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Price, R., Gilmour, J., Kellett, S., & Huntington, A. (2016). Settling in: Early career nurses. Nursing praxis in New Zealand inc. 32(3), 31-41 Retrieved from http://www.nursingpraxis.org/
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, J., Huntington, A., Slark, J., & Turner, C. (2017). Newly graduated nurses and employment: A dynamic landscape. Collegian. 24(3), 247-253
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Sheard, M., Huntington, A., & Gilmour, J. (2016). Nursing services in the new zealand defence force: A review after 100 years. Journal of Military and Veterans' Health. 24(1), 6-11
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, J., Huntington, A., & Robson, B. (2016). Oral health experiences of Māori with dementia and their whānau — Oranga waha mō ngā iwi katoa. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand: Journal of Professional Nursing. 32(1), 20-27
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Sheard, M., Huntington, A., & Gilmour, J. (2014). A study of alcohol consumption in a cohort of military nurses. Journal of Military and Veterans' Health. 22(3), 25-33
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, J., Huntington, A., Bogossian, F., Leadbitter, B., & Turner, C. (2014). Medical education and informal teaching by nurses and midwives. International journal of medical education. 5, 173-177
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, J., Hanna, S., Chan, H., Strong, A., & Huntington, A. (2014). Engaging with patient online health information use: A survey of primary health care nurses. SAGE Open. 4(3), 1-10
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, J., Strong, A., Chan, H., Hanna, S., & Huntington, A. (2014). Primary health care nurses and heart failure education: A survey. Journal of Primary Health Care. 6(3), 229-237
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Cresswell, P., & Gilmour, JA. (2014). The informed consent process in randomised controlled trials: A nurse-led process.. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand. 30(1), 17-28
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, J., Strong, A., Hawkins, M., Broadbent, R., & Huntington, A. (2013). Nurses and heart failure education in medical wards.. Nursing praxis in New Zealand inc. 29(3), 5-17
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Huntington, A., Kellett, S., Gilmour, J., Turner, C., & Neville, S. (2012). A glimpse of the future nursing workforce: The graduate e-cohort study. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing. 29(3), 22-29
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA., Huntington, A., Broadbent, R., Strong, A., & Hawkins, M. (2012). Nurses' use of online health information in medical wards. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 68(6), 1349-1358
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Rodgers, V., & Gilmour, J. (2011). Shaping student nurses' attitudes towards older people through learning and experience.. Nursing praxis in New Zealand inc. 27(3), 13-20
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Rodgers, V.
Gilmour, JA., Huntington, A., Broadbent, R., Strong, A., & Hawkins, M. (2011). Nurses' use of online health information in medical wards. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Huntington, A., Gilmour, J., Tuckett, A., Neville, S., Wilson, D., & Turner, C. (2011). Is anybody listening? A qualitative study of nurses' reflections on practice. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 20(9-10), 1413-1422
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA., & Brannelly, T. (2010). Representations of people with dementia - subaltern, person, citizen. Nursing Inquiry. 17(3), 240-247
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, A., Gilmour, J., Schluter, P., Tuckett, A., Bogossian, F., & Turner, C. (2009). The Internet as a research site: Establishment of a web-based longitudinal study of the nursing and midwifery workforce in three countries. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 65(6), 1309-1317
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Tuckett, A., Hughes, K., Gilmour, J., Hegney, D., Huntington, A., & Turner, C. (2009). Caring in residential aged-care. Qualitative findings from an e-cohort sub-study. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 18(18), 2604-2612
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
MacKenzie, D., Huntington, A., & Gilmour, JA. (2009). The experiences of people with an intersex condition: A journey from silence to voice. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 18(12), 1775-1783
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Strong, AL., & Gilmour, JA. (2009). Representations of heart failure in Internet patient information. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 65(3), 596-605
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., Huntington, A., & Wilson, HV. (2008). The impact of endometriosis on work and social participation. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 14(6), 443-448
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Scott, SD., Gilmour, JA., & Fielden, JM. (2008). Student nurses and internet health information. Nurse Education Today. 28, 994-1002
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Scott, SD., Gilmour, J., & Fielden, J. (2008). Nursing students and Internet health information.. Nurse education today. 28(8), 993-1001
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, A., Bidewel, J., Gilmour, J., Chang, E., Daly, J., Lambert, V., . . . Lambert, C. (2008). The relationship between workplace stress, coping strategies and health status in New Zealand nurses. Journal of Occupational Health and Safety - Australia and New Zealand. 24(2), 131-141
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA. (2008). Book review: 'Internet resource guide for nurses and health care professionals'. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 17(3), 423-423
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., Scott, SD., & Huntington, N. (2008). Nurses and Internet health information: A questionnaire survey. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 61(1), 19-28
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Neville, SJ., & Gilmour, JA. (2007). Differentiating between delirium and dementia. Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand. 13(9), 22-24
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2007). Reducing disparities in the access and use of Internet health information. A discussion paper. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 44(7), 1270-1278
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., Panapa, S., & Russell, A. (2007). Helping nurses avoid some pitfalls on the path to publication. Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand. 13(1), 14-15
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., Kopeikin, A., & Douché, J. (2007). Student nurses as peer-mentors: Collegiality in practice. Nurse Education in Practice. 7(1), 36-43
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2006). Developing an attitude of curiosity. Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand. 12(10), 2-2
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2006). Hybrid space: Constituting the hospital as a home space for patients. Nursing Inquiry. 13(1), 16-22
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2006). Ethical beliefs of RNs compromised. Kai Tiaka Nursing New Zealand. 12(5), 4-4
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., & Huntington, AD. (2005). Finding the balance: Living with memory loss. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 11(3), 118-124
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Huntington, A., & Gilmour, JA. (2005). A life shaped by pain: Women and endometriosis. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 14(9), 1124-1132
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA., & Huntington, AD. (2004). Living with dementia: New Zealanders tell their stories. Alzheimers News. 57, 9
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA. (2003). . Alzheimers News. 53, 10
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2003). The Asia Pacific Meeting and Alzheimer's Australia National Conference: "Today's challenges, tomorrow's choices". Alzheimers News. 54, 6-7
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2002). Dis/integrated care: Family caregivers and in-hospital respite care. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 39(6), 546-553
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, AD., & Gilmour, JA. (2001). Re-thinking representations, re-writing nursing texts: Possibilities through feminist and Foucauldian thought. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 35(6), 902-908
[Journal article]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.

Book

Gilmour, JA., & Huntington, A. (2014). Power and politics in the practice of nursing. In J. Daly, S. Speedy, & D. Jackson (Eds.) Contexts of Nursing. (pp. 217 - 231). NSW: Churchill Livingstone
[Chapter]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, AD., & Gilmour, JA. (2010). Power and politics in the practice of nursing. In S. D J Speedy, & D. Jackson (Eds.) Contexts of nursing: An introduction. (pp. 193 - 207). Australia, NSW: Elsevier
[Chapter]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA. (2009). Healthcare delivery systems. In J. Dempsay, J. French, S. Hillege, & V. Wilson (Eds.) Fundamentals of Nursing and Midwifery: A person-Centred Approach to Care. (pp. 56 - 75). Newcastle, NSW: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
[Chapter]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, AD., & Gilmour, JA. (2005). Power and politics in the practice of nursing. In J. Daly, S. Speedy, & D. Jackson (Eds.) Contexts of Nursing: An Introduction. (pp. 170 - 183). Sydney, NSW: Elsevier
[Chapter]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Huntington, AD., & Gilmour, JA. (2005). Power and politics in the practice of nursing. In J. Daly, S. Speedy, & D. Jackson (Eds.) Contexts of Nursing: An Introduction. (pp. 170 - 183). Marrickville, NSW: Churchill Livingstone
[Chapter]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.

Thesis

Gilmour, JA. (2001). On the margins: Nurses and the intermittent care of people with dementia: A discourse analysis.. (Doctoral Thesis, Massey University)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Gilmour, J.

Report

Brannelly, P., & Gilmour, JA. (2014). Partnership for change: Village at the Park Buchanan Unit Report.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Robson, B., Koopu, P., Gilmour, J., Rameka, R., Simmonds, S., Purdie, G., . . . Paine, S.(2011). Oranga Waha: Oral health research priorities for Māori: Low income adults, kaumātua and Māori with disabilities, special needs or chronic health conditions.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Gilmour, J.

Conference

Gilmour, JA. (2016, November). Dementia and the practice of citizenship. 19th Asia Pacific Regional Conference of Alzheimer's Disease International. Presented at Dementia today:Diverse communities, Collective action. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Cresswell, P., Krebs, J., Gilmour, JA., & Hanna, A. (2014). Comparing standard counting with carbohydrate restricted carbohydrate counting in people with type 2 diabetes – what was it like for patients?. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes Annual Scientific Meeting.
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., Brannelly, P., O'Reilly, H., & Woodford, A. (2014, November). Strengthening Links Between Sectors: A model for health service and education provider collaboration in residential care for older people. Presented at Educating the Health Workforce forum. Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., O'Reilly, H., Brannelly, P., Woodford, A., & Leighton, M. (2014, November). Complementary partnerships in dementia care: Practice and research collaborations. Presented at Dementia: The future is now. Rotorua.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Chan, H., Gilmour, JA., Huntington, A., & Hanna, S. (2011, July). Nurses use of internet health information in primary health care settings: A STAR grant team project.. Presented at 2011 Primary Health Care Research Conference: Inspirations, collaborations, solutions. Brisbane, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, A., & Gilmour, J. (2011, May). New technologies and nursing practice: The potential for patient education in the acute setting. Presented at International Council of Nurses Conference. Valletta, Malta.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, J., Robson, B., & Huntington, A. (2010, May). Oral health and Maori dementia. Presented at Alzheimers New Zealand Conference People, Policy and Partnerships. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Neville, SJ., Huntington, AD., Gilmour, JA., Wilson, DL., Wilson, H., McVeigh, CA., . . . Schluter, P. (2007). Nursing workforce research: A web based study. In New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) Nursing Research Conference(pp. 38). : New Zealand Nurses Organisation
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Huntington, AD., Gilmour, JA., Neville, SJ., McVeigh, CA., Wilson, DL., Wilson, HV., . . . Schluter, P. (2007). The nursing workforce crisis: Innovative research for policy and planning. In Workforce Action: Ready for the Future. A Two Day Health Workforce Conference(pp. 60). : Ministry of Health
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA. (2007, August). Dementia today: Shaped by our history and by future challenge. Presented at An International Public Meeting on Dementia and the Changing World. Osaka, Japan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, AD., Gilmour, JA., Neville, SJ., McVeigh, CA., Wilson, DL., Wilson, HV., . . . Schluter, P. (2007, June). The nursing workforce crisis: Innovative research for policy and planning. Presented at 'Workforce Action: Ready for the Future': Health Workforce Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA. (2007, April). The politics of naming: Shifting definitions of Alzheimer's disease. Presented at Alzheimers New Zealand National Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, AD., Gilmour, JA., Neville, SJ., Wilson, DL., Wilson, HV., McVeigh, CA., . . . Schluter, P. (2007). Nursing workforce research: An e-cohort study. Poster session presented at the meeting of Alzheimers New Zealand National Conference. Wellington, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Scott, S., Gilmour, JA., & Fielden, JM. (2006). Student nurses knowledge and use of internet health information. In Proceedings of the School of Health Sciences, 1(1): School of Health Sciences Annual Research Day (SHAReD)(pp. 11). : Massey University, School of Health Sciences
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., Huntington, AD., & Wilson, HV. (2006, November). The hidden costs of endometriosis. Presented at International Council on Women's Health Issues Congress. Sydney, NSW.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA. (2003, September). Representation by people with dementia in Alzheimers New Zealand. Presented at Alzheimers New Zealand National Conference 2003. Dunedin, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2003, September). Finding the balance. Presented at Alzheimers New Zealand National Conference 2003. Dunedin, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., & Huntington, AD. (2001, March). Is there any-body there? Textual readings within the post-modern. Presented at Nursing Research Section, New Zealand Nurses Organisation Conference: ''Advancing Nursing Through Research''. Bryant Education Centre, Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA. (2001, October). Dis/integrated care: Family caregivers and hospital respite care. Presented at Alzheimer's Disease International 17th International Conference. Christchurch, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2001, March). Is there any-body there?: Textual readings within the post modern. Presented at Advancing Nursing Through Research Conference. Hamilton, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2001). A critical approach to research based teaching. In S. Paewai, & GS. Eds (Eds.) Towards understanding the interdependence of research and teaching: Occasional papers from the Vice-Chancellor's Symposium on the Research Teaching Nexus. (pp. 19 - 22). Palmerston North, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Gilmour, J.

Other

Gilmour, JA. (2014). Alzheimers New Zealand Charitable Trust: Small project grant awards update.. (pp. 11 - 11).
[Other]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Huntington, AD., Neville, SJ., Gilmour, JA., H, B., Dickenson, A., Spence, D., . . . Turner, C. (2009, November). New graduate nurses: Who are they and where do they go?. In Celebrating Nursing Research Conference, New Zealand Nurses Organisation. Presented at Duxton Hotel, Wellington, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Gilmour, JA. (2008). Carer's Strategy and Five-year Action Plan 2008. (pp. 7 - &9).
[Other]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Neville, SJ., Huntington, AD., Turner, C., Gilmour, JA., McVeigh, CA., Schluter, P., . . . Wilson, HV. (2006). Nurses and midwives' e-cohort study: A web-based study of nurses' health, well-being and workforce participation. (pp. 8 - 9). Te Puawai - The Blossoming, College of Nurses Aotearoa
[Other]Authored by: Gilmour, J., Huntington, A.
Douche, J., Gilmour, JA., & Kopeikin, A. (2005, November). Student nurses as peer mentors. : Massey University, School of Health Sciences.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2005, November). Internet health information for all. : Massey University, School of Health Sciences Annual Research Day.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Scott, SD., Gilmour, JA., & Fielden, JM. (2005). Student nurses knowledge and use of internet health information.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2004, July). Creating connections - Dementia. Diversional therapy and people with Dementia. : ''Diversional Therapy'' : Wellington Region Support Group.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA., & Kopeikin, A. (2004). Bachelor of Nursing Peer Mentoring Project: Report to the College of Humanities First Year/Enrolment Experience Initiative. (pp. 1 - 39). Massey University, School of Health Sciences
[Other]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2004, August). Is medication the answer to Alzheimers?. : New Zealand Association of Gerontology, Wellington Branch Annual General Meeting.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2004). Creating connections: Diversional therapy and people with dementia. Diversional Therapist Workshop
[Other]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2003). Growing in age. By Anne Millar. (pp. 10 - 10). Alzheimers New Zealand
[Other]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2003, July). Variations on a theme: Power and representation in nursing. : Eastern Institute of Technology, Faculty of Heath and Sport Science Research Forum.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2003, October). Considering the personal. : Alzheimers Society Wellington.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2001, June). Thinking and researching reflexively: Taking a reflexive approach to an analysis of professional practice (Part Two). : Health Research Methods Advisory Service.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2001, June). Constructing fieldnotes: Reflections on experiences. : Health Research Methods Advisory Service.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.
Gilmour, JA. (2001, August). Keeping notes/thinking one's way into the research issues. : Health Research Methods Advisory Service (HRMAS).
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Gilmour, J.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 1 1
CoSupervisor 1 2

Teaching

Major teaching responsibilities include the Master of Nursing Health Research design and Methods paper along with the Leadership in Nursing paper.  My nursing practice and research interests in the area of chronic illness, informed by the work of critical theorists, underpins my teaching practice. I suggest that teaching and research informed by critical theoretical approaches entails challenging the status quo, foregrounding the marginal voices in dominant discourses and exploring issues of power and knowledge. My theoretical interests shape my teaching, research practice and community service. For example, in a wider view of teaching beyond the university,
as a consequence of identifying a knowledge gap in a project on Maori oral health an online and hard copy bilingual information resource for people with dementia and family was developed for Alzheimers NZ as part of the research.

Supervision record includes co-supervision for Patricia McLunie-Trust, Victoria University, PhD thesis  "Negotiating boundaries: The nurse family member caring for her own relative in palliative care". I was appointed by Victoria University of Wellington as Honorary Research Associate while co-supervising, invited because of methodological expertise in Foucauldian research approaches.   .

 

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • Marla Burrow - PhD
    Health care assistant decision making and information behaviour in long term care settings.

CoSupervisor of:

  • Maree Sheard - PhD
    New Zealand military nurses’ experiences navigating professional accountabilities and role expectations

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2016 - Kaye Barbara Milligan - PhD
    Clinical Decision Making by Registered Nurses in Residential Aged Care: A critical realist case study

CoSupervisor of:

  • 2015 - Beverley May Parton - PhD
    Maori women, Health Care, and Contemporary Realities: A Critical Reflection
  • 2007 - Jillian Ann Wilkinson - PhD
    The New Zealand nurse practitioner polemic: A discourse analysis

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