Nicole Pope

MPhil, Grad Cert (Public Health), Grad Cert (Paediatric Nursing), BN

Lecturer

Contact

t: +61 3 9905 4065
e: nicole.pope@monash.edu
Nicole’s Researcher Profile

Biography

Nicole joined Monash Nursing and Midwifery as a Lecturer in 2019, having previously held a Lecturer position at another University in Western Australia.

Nicole has completed a Master of Philosophy (Nursing and Midwifery) and was awarded the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation Seeding Grant to support her research which aimed to explore children’s experiences of pain and pain management within the Paediatric Emergency Department. Nicole used the participatory research method, draw write and tell, to better understand children’s pain experiences. Her study was the first Australian study set in a paediatric ED to use this innovative research method.  As part of her Masters, Nicole has published manuscripts in Peer Reviewed Journals.

Nicole also has a Graduate Certificate in Public Health, and a Graduate Certificate in Paediatric Nursing. Nicole continues to be engaged in research projects, is a core member of the West Australian Group for Evidence Informed Healthcare Practice: A Joanna Briggs Institute Centre of Excellence and has undertaken peer review of manuscripts for international journals.

Currently, Nicole teaches into NUR1114 - Fundamental Skills and Knowledge for Nursing And Midwifery Practice and NUR4113 - Translation Of Nursing Knowledge For Leadership In Practice. In her previous appointment, Nicole was the Unit Coordinator for the first semester clinical unit of the Undergraduate Nursing Degree. She has also taught into both undergraduate and post-graduate (Masters) programs (Nursing).

Alongside her teaching experience, Nicole has worked as a Nurse Researcher/Nurse Educator at an Adult Tertiary Hospital in WA. Nicole’s recent clinical experience involves care of children and their families, however her previous clinical experience and teaching has related to care of acutely ill adults. Nicole maintains clinical practice as a casual nurse at a Tertiary Hospital.

Teaching

  • NUR4113 - Translation of nursing knowledge for leadership in practice
  • NUR1112 - Fundamental skills and knowledge for nursing and midwifery practice 1
  • NUR1114 - Fundamental skills and knowledge for nursing and midwifery practice 2
 

Research interests

  • Child and family health
  • Nursing care of children and families
  • Paediatric pain and pain management
  • Use of participatory research methods to better understand children's health related experiences
  • Emergency Nursing
  • Digital Literacy/Capability in Nursing

Research methodologies

  • Systematic Reviews
  • Qualitative Research (including participatory research methods such as Draw Write and Tell)
  • Mixed Methods
 

Research projects

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Research grants

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Supervision projects

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Professional engagement/service

 
 

Professional affiliations

  • Core member of the West Australian Group for Evidence Informed Healthcare Practice: A Joanna Briggs Institute Centre of Excellence
  • Australian College of Children and Young People's Nursing (ACCYPN)
  • Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
 

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Publications

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