Dr Malcolm Elliott

PhD, MN, Grad Cert HEd

Lecturer

Contact

t: +61 3 9905 3492
e: malcolm.elliott@monash.eduMalcolm's researcher profile

Biography

Malcolm is a Registered Nurse with a clinical background in intensive care, high dependency and emergency nursing. He has extensive academic experience and has taught mostly at the undergraduate level including foundations of nursing, acute and critical care, nursing research, and law and ethics.


Malcolm’s doctoral research program involved three phases and used a mixed method approach. It explored the interrelationship of clinician, patient and system factors to post-ICU adverse events. His thesis was submitted by publication.

Teaching

  • NUR1113 – Law, ethics and leadership
  • GHS5850 – Nursing leadership and management
 

Research interests

  • quality and safety
  • adverse events
  • acute care

Research methodologies

  • mixed methods
 

Professional engagement/service

  • Reviewer
    • Australian Critical Care
    • Nurse Education in Practice
 

Professional affiliations

  • Australian College of Critical Care Nurses
 

Boards/committees

  • Australian College of Critical Care Nurses Advisory Panel, Chair
  • Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee, Member
 

Publications

Please refer to Malcolm's researcher profile