Associate Professor Cheryle Moss

Ph.D; B.App.Sc; M.Sc; Grad Dip Ed Admin; RN CCU Cert

Deputy Director JBI Centre for Chronic Disease Management (Monash University) 
Monash Nursing and Midwifery


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Cheryle’s Researcher Profile


As an academic Cheryle’s interests and expertise are in practice development, evidence based practice, clinical leadership and clinical service development.  Cheryle is a registered nurse with a clinical background in medical and coronary care nursing and nursing management.  Cheryle has been involved in education for many years, and she is particularly interested in postgraduate nursing education and research supervision. She is an experienced research supervisor having successfully supervised multiple students to completion. Cheryle’s methodological expertise includes mixed method, qualitative, action-research, and translational science approaches.

Cheryle’s research concerns the health needs of service users (particularly those needing Emergency Department and medical-surgical care); the needs of health professionals for effective delivery of care and their professional wellbeing; and clinical leadership for evidence based practice.


  • Course coordinator, Master of Advanced Nursing
  • NUR5033 - Contemporary nursing in context 3
  • NUR5325 - Clinical leadership in nursing
  • NUR5327 - Management and leadership of professional nursing practice

Research interests

  • Emergency departments: Frequent users, people with chronic illness and their need for care
  • The impacts and experiences of providing care on health professionals
  • Clinical leadership, evidence based practice and practice development

Research methodologies

  • qualitative
  • action research
  • translational science approaches

Research projects

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Research grants

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Supervision projects

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Accredited Level 2 Supervisor


Professional affiliations

  • Australian College of Nursing, Fellow
  • College of Emergency Nurses Australasia, Member


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