Andrée Gamble

MSN, Grad Cert Health Professional Education, Grad Cert Clinical Simulation, Post Grad Cert Professional Education & Training, Diploma of Business, Post Grad Diploma Advanced Clinical Nursing (Child Health), RN, BN

Lecturer

Contact

t: +61 3 9905 6213
e: andree.gamble1@monash.edu
Andrée’s Researcher Profile

Biography

Andrée joined Monash Nursing and Midwifery as a Lecturer in 2019, having previously held both undergraduate coordinator and Lecturer positions at another education provider in Melbourne.  Andrée also has a wealth of paediatric clinical experience, having previously worked at Royal Children's Hospital (RCH).

Andrée is currently enrolled to complete a PhD. Her research is a qualitative analysis of the engagement of young people as simulated participants in health professional education programs.  As part of her PhD, Andrée has presented at both national and international and has published work in peer reviewed journals.

Teaching

  • Bachelor of Nursing
 

Research interests

  • simulation
  • role of young people as simulated participants in health professional education
  • paediatric nursing education in undergraduate health professional programs
  • impact of past experience on observer engagement in simulation

Research methodologies

  • qualitative
  • systematic review
 

Research projects

Please refer to Andrée’s Researcher Profile

 

Research grants

  • Bruce MacKenzie Fellowship:  $11000 awarded to research the engagement of children and adolescents as simulated patients (Boston, USA & UK)
 

Professional engagement/service

 
 

Professional affiliations

  • Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF)
  • Australian College of Children and Young People's Nursing (ACCYPN)
  • Simulation Australasia (ASSH)
  • International Pediatric Simulation Society (IPSS)
  • International Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH)
 

Boards/committees

 
 

Publications

Please refer to Andrée’s Researcher Profile

  • Gamble, A. (2017).  Simulation in undergraduate paediatric nursing curriculum: Evaluation of a complex ‘ward for a day’ education program.  Nurse Education in Practice, 23, 40 – 47. DOI: 10.1016/j.nepr.2017.02.001

  • Gamble, A., Bearman, M., & Nestel, D. (2016).  A systematic review: Children & Adolescents as simulated patients in health professional education.  Advances in Simulation, 1(1), DOI: 10.1186/s41077-015-0003-9

  • Gamble, A. (2015).  Theories of growth and development (Chapter 12) in Koutoukidis, G., Stainton, K., & Hughson. J. (2015).  Tabbner’s Nursing Care: Theory and Practice, 7th Ed, Churchill Livingston, Elsevier, Sydney

Conference Presentations:

  • Gamble, A. (2018).  The lived experience of adolescent SPs in health professional simulation.  Research Study Development & Presentation Program (DPP).  18th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, January 13 - 17, 2018, Los Angeles, California.

  • Gamble, A. (2016). Through the Looking Glass: Analysing the Inclusion of Children and Adolescent Simulated Patients in Simulation Based Nursing Education. Australasian Simulation Congress