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Jenny Phillips

Senior Professional Clinician

School of Nursing

My role in with the company Primary Health care involves providing expertise throught the country in managing clients with complex wounds, or at risk of developing them.  I am also an accredited ACC assessor and provide assessments and recommendations as requested around clients with wounds in the Lower North Island.

I am not far off retirement, and work one day a week at Massey and 2 days a week in Primary Health Care;  the rest of the time we breed and show alpacas and maintain our lifestyle.  My role at Massey is providing education on the BN programme and through my post graduate course on wound management.  In the ommunity I am involved in problem solving complex wound prevention and management.

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Contact details

  • Ph: 021 331 449
    Location: 6.21, Social Science Tower
    Campus: Turitea

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Prevalence, incidence and cost of pressure ulcers

Impact of chronic wound on quality of life


Chronic wound management especially leg ulcers, pressure injuries and wound infection.

Research Outputs


Phillips, JL. (2001). They did explain everything, but i can't remeber: The search for relevant information following a heart attack. (Master's Thesis, Massey University)
[Masters Thesis]Authored by: Phillips, J.


Phillips, JL. (2005). Leg ulcers part two-Management. Accident Compensation Corporation.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Phillips, J.
Phillips, JL. (2005). Leg ulcers part one-Assessment. Accident Compensation Corporation.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Phillips, J.


Phillips, JL., Snell, H., & Harris, D. (2005). Advanced nursing practice in New Zealand: Models of care. (pp. 15). , International Nursing Conference: Advanced Nursing Practice: Moving Forward Singapore: National University Hospital
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Phillips, J.
Phillips, JL. (2004). Pressure sores in surgical patients-Not in our ward!. (pp. 17). , 8th Biennial Surgical Nurses Conference Invercargill, NZ: Southland Surgical Spirit
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Phillips, J.
Phillips, JL., & Davies, D. (2004). CWS: A primary health care approach to wound care. Poster session presented at the meeting of IPAC Conference 2004. Rotorua, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Phillips, J.
Carryer, JB., Clark, M., Snell, H., & Phillips, JL. (2002, May). Introducing nurse practitioners in primary health care. Presented at Primary Focus-The Future of Primary Health Care Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Carryer, J., Phillips, J.
Phillips, JL.(2000). Measuring arterial flow.
[Conference Other]Authored by: Phillips, J.


Phillips, JL. (2004, August). The development of the nurse practitioner wound care role. : Regional Nursing Hui.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Phillips, J.

Teaching and Supervision

Courses Coordinated

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