Noelleen Kiprillis

MN, Grad Cert Critical Care (ICU). Grad Cert Health Professional Education, Bachelor Health Science (Nursing) RN, BN (Hons).

Education Governance Lead
Lecturer

Contact

t: +61 3 9904 7063
e: noelleen.kiprillis@monash.edu
Noelleen's Researchers Profile

Biography

Noelleen has been employed at Monash University since the beginning of 2010. Noelleen is currently teaching within Year 3 within the Bachelor of Nursing within both units with clinical placement.  Noelleen will be the course coordinator of the Masters of Advanced Clinical Nursing in 2019.  She has taught across undergraduate and postgraduate units in previous years whilst working at Monash University.

Before moving into an academic role, Noelleen worked for ten years in an intensive care unit She continues to work on a casual basis within a post anesthetic care unit within the private sector.

Noelleen has completed her Masters of Nursing, Graduate Certificate of Health Professional Education and Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) with Monash University. Noelleen is enrolled in her PhD, her topic is investigating issues related to horizontal violence/workplace violence within graduate nurse programs.

Teaching

  • NUR3310 - Translation of nursing knowledge to complex acute care practice
  • NUR3312 - Translation of nursing knowledge in preparation for professional nursing practice
  • MASK ED simulation
 

Research interests

  • simulation within nursing education
  • graduate transitions to the workplace
 

Research projects

Higher Degree Student Supervision

  • 25% supervision of Honours student

    2012- The effectiveness of Education in the Recognition and Management of Deteriorating Patients: Systematic Review Cliff Connell 2012
  • 25% supervision of Masters student

    2012 – Barriers and enablers to simulated learning for nurse educators: A systematic review Amal Al-Ghareeb 2012
 

Professional affiliations

  • Australian College of Critical Care Nurses (ACCN)
  • Australian Nursing Federation (ANF)
 

Publications

Conferences

2013 ICN – Poster presentation – “Simulation in History Taking” L Sparkes, N.Kiprillis, M. Browning, J.DeLange, E. Robinson, J. French, School of Nursing & Midwifery, Monash University Berwick Campus

Publications

Connell, C. J., Endacott, R., Jackman, J. A., Kiprillis, N. R., Sparkes, L. M., & Cooper, S. J. (2016). The effectiveness of education in the recognition and management of deteriorating patients: A systematic review. Nurse Education Today, 44, 133-145. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2016.06.001