Prof Brett Williams

Head of Department

BAVEd, Grad Cert IntensiveCareParamedicine, Grad Dip EmergHlth, MHlthSc, PhD, FPA

Telephone: +61 3 9904 4283

Facsimile: +61 3 9904 4168

Email: Brett.Williams@monash.edu

Biography

Brett is currently Professor and Head,  Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice, Faculty of  Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University.

Brett has been an academic leader in  prehospital educational research, scholarship and mentorship for over 15  years.  Brett has won numerous national university  teaching awards and has published over 200 peer-reviewed publications, presented  conference work over 130 times, 8 book chapters and recently co-edited a book  on evidence-based education approaches in health care.  Brett is committed to developing and finding  the next generation of paramedic PhD scholars, professionalising paramedic  care, building capacity for paramedics internationally and developing a  contemporary paramedic curricula.

Prof Brett Williams while still an early  career researcher has published papers in top medical and health care-related  journals internationally.  His work has  already attracted over 2800 citations (over 2500 since 2012, and > 650 in  2016).

Teaching

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Emergencies

Research Interests

Blended Learning; Empathy; Interprofessional Education; Near-Peer Teaching and Learning; Paramedic Pedagogy; Professionalism; Psychometrics; Scale Development.

Supervision

YearNameTitleType
2017Waleed AlazmyEMS Disaster Preparedness PhD
2017Justin HunterCrew Resource Management training in EMSPhD
2017Judy NixonA mixed method study involving doctors attitudes to emotional intelligence and the UMATPhD
2016Talal Mamdouh AlShammariParamedic Core Competencies for Saudi ArabiaPhD
2016Saeed AlqahtaniExploration of Saudi Arabic paramedic workplace experiencesPhD
2016Eihab KhasawnehDevelopment of Paramedic Simulation ModelPhD
2016Ahmad AlrawashdehPrehospital management of nSTEMI patientsPhD
2016Mike BowenProfessional behaviour evaluations amongst paramedic studentsHonours
2016Yu-Tung ChangImplementation of a new education system for EMTs in TaiwanHonours
2016Victor MontecerinDoes burnout impact empathy among paramedics?Honours
2016Christiana CorradoHow culturally competent are paramedics?Honours
2016Kelly WalshWhy is there a gender gap in emergency medical services?Honours
2015David Page Competency Measurement in ParamedicinePhD
2015Rod MasonCognition diversity in undergraduate paramedic studentsPhD
2014Susan IrvineNear Peer Teaching in Medical EducationPhD
2014Shane CostelloFurther Development in Ways of ThinkingPhD
2013Abdulellah AlthobaityDisaster Nursing in Saudi ArabiaPhD
2014Linda RossAttitudes Towards ElderlyPhD
2014Mahmoud AlwidyanParamedic Simulation TechniquesPhD
2013Corrine HooDevelopment of a Clinical Reasoning ToolPhD
2013Simon SawyerIntimate Partner ViolencePhD
2013Jennifer JenningsPeer-assisted teaching and learning in the Nursing VET SectorMasters
2013Linda RossStudent Paramedics Building Rapport through Engagement with the ElderlyMasters
2013Vanessa WebbEnd of Life Decisions in the Out-of-Hospital SettingHonours
2012Christian WinshipEstimation of students accuracy of the GCSHonours
2011Sarah SofianopoulosParamedics and the Effects of Shift WorkHonours
2010Kathryn EastwoodMathematics ability of Paramedic studentsMasters

Grants (last 5 years)

Number of Grants = 38

Total Funding Amount = $1.85M

YearTitleFunder
2017Elevating UL’s Paramedic Studies programme through reciprocal knowledge and information sharing with one of the leading paramedic departments in the worldInternational Activity Challenge Fund 2017/18, University of Limerick, Ireland
2017An outcome measure for intimate partner violence educational interventionsSchool of Allied and Primary Health Care, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
2017Setting the agenda for health professional education research at Monash University: A cross-Faculty research priority setting exerciseFaculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
2017Evaluating health students’ work readiness as evidence-based practitionersFaculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
2017Research on Monash Law Student Mental HealthFaculty of Law, Monash University
2016Women and Women with Children Residential Rehabilitation Best Practice: A rapid reviewSax Institute for the NSW Ministry of Health
2016Clinical Supervision: Spotlight on Conversations Facilitator Support MaterialsDepartment of Human Services, Victorian Government
2016Systematic Review: Simulation and Mental HealthDepartment of Human Services, Victorian Government
2016Graduate Education Supervisor Development GrantMonash University Graduate Research
2016Experiences of sessional educators within the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health SciencesMonash Education Academy Grant
2016Identifying the roles of attachment, stress, and empathy in the psychological adjustment of paramedic studentsSchool of Medicine Research Development Grant scheme (University of Tasmania)
2016Evaluating the impact of near-peer teaching on graduate clinical practiceFaculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
(Monash University)
2016Workplace interprofessional education: Understanding interprofessional student-teacher interactions through narrative inquiryFaculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
(Monash University)
2015Our invisible teachers:  The experiences of sessional teachers in the SPHCSchool of Primary Health Care (Monash University)
2015Peer-assisted learning in paramedic education: A randomised control trialFaculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
(Monash University)
2015Ascertaining student readiness and outcomes on inter-professional education in health professional programsFaculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
(Monash University)
2014Clinical supervision: The use of DVD simulations to teach effective communication to clinical supervisorsDepartment of Health
(Victorian State Government)
2014Near-peer teaching in paramedic education:
A before and after investigation
Pro-Vice Chancellor Learning and Teaching
(Monash University)
2014Evaluation of outcomes associated with using a person learning space (PebblePad) as a learning teaching resource during clinical placementFaculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
(Monash University)
2014Simulation of the management of unplanned births: an innovative strategy for interprofessional learning involving undergraduate paramedics, midwives and nursesFaculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
(Monash University)
2013A realist evaluation of IPL: lessons learnt for moving forwardFaculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
(Monash University)
2012Paramedic clinical placement duration and quality variance:
An international benchmarking study
Health Workforce Australia
2012Can eye-tracking technology improve situational awareness and student feedback during simulation?Office for Learning and Teaching

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

2017

Al Thobaity A, Plummer V, Williams B.  What are the Most Common Domains of Core Competencies of Disaster Nursing? A  Scoping Review International Emergency Nursing. International Emergency  Nursing. 2017;31(1):64-71.

Irvine S, McKenna L, Williams B. Are we  assessing beyond cognition in near peer teaching?  A systematic review. Nurse Education Today.  2017;50:42-50.

McKenna L, Williams B. The hidden  curriculum in near-peer learning: An exploratory qualitative study. Nurse  Education Today. 2017;50:77-81.

Meadley B, Delorenzo A, Olaussen A, et al.  Educational Curricula for Training Paramedics in Ultrasound: A Scoping Review.  BMC Emergency Medicine. 2017;17(18).

Ross L, Jennings P, Williams B. Paramedic Attendance to Older Patients in Australia, and the Prevalence and  Implications of Psychosocial Issues. Prehospital Emergency Care.  2017;21(1):32-38.

Williams B, Beovich B, Edlington T, Flemming G, Donovan G. Difficult  Conversations within Healthcare: a Pilot Study. Medical Science Educators.  2017.

Williams B, Beovich B, Ross L, Wright C, Ilic D. Self-efficacy perceptions  of interprofessional education and practice in undergraduate healthcare  students. Journal of Interprofessional Care. 2017;31(3):335-341.

Williams B, Reddy P, Marshall S, Beovich B, McKarney L. Simulation and  mental health outcomes: A scoping review. Advances in Simulation. 2017;2(2).

Williams B, Nyguen D. Near peer teaching in paramedic education: A  repeated measures design. Innovations in Education and Teaching International.  2017;54(4):345-354.

Bowen M, Williams B. Professionalism  amongst paramedic student, achieving the measure or missing the mark? Advances  in Medical Education and Practice. 2017 in press.

Delorenzo A, Abetz J, Andrew E, de Wit A, Williams  B, Smith K. Characteristics of Fixed Wing Air Ambulance Transports in  Victoria, Australia. Air Ambulance Journal. 2017 In press.

Fowler J, Beovich B, Williams B. Improving paramedic confidence when dealing with paediatric patients: a scoping  review. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine. 2017 in press.

Plummer V, Williams B, Tozer-Jones J.  The Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Emergency Health (Paramedic): Student views  of their preparation and intentions towards future practice. Australasian  Journal of Paramedicine. 2017 in press.

Sawyer S, Coles J, Williams A, Rotheram A, Lucas  P, Williams B. Paramedic students’ preparedness to manage intimate  partner violence patients. Prehospital Emergency Care. in press.

Williams B, Beovich B, Flemming G, Donovan G, Patrick I. An exploration of  difficult conversations in Australian paramedics. Nursing and Health Sciences. 2017  in press.

Williams B, Brown T, McKenna L, Etherington J. Attachment and Empathy in  Australian Undergraduate Paramedic, Nursing and Occupational Therapy Students:  a cross-sectional study. Collegian. 2017 in press

2016

Al Thobaity, A., B. Williams, and V.  Plummer, A new scale for disaster nursing core competencies: Development and  psychometric testing. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, 2016. 19(1):  11-19.

Brown, T., B. Williams, and J.  Etherington, Emotional intelligence and personality traits as predictors of  occupational therapy students’ practice education performance: a  cross-sectional study. Occupational Therapy International, 2016.

Browning, M., et al., The use and limits of  eye-tracking in high-fidelity clinical scenarios: a pilot study. International  Emergency Nursing 2016. 25: 43-47.

Mason, R. and B. Williams, Using  ePortfolio’s to assess undergraduate paramedic students: A proof of concept  evaluation. International Journal of Higher Education, 2016.

Olaussen, A., et al., Peer-assisted learning:  Time for Nomenclature Clarification. Medical Education Online, 2016. 21.

Ross, L., P. Jennings, and B. Williams, Paramedic attendance to older patients in Australia: Are psychosocial issues  more prevalent than they appear? Prehospital Emergency Care, 2016. early  online.

Ross, L., B. Williams, and P. Jennings,  Experience, knowledge and attitudes: Are paramedic students prepared to care  for older patients? . Educational Gerontology, 2016. 42(4): 241-252.

Sawyer, S., et al., A systematic review of  intimate partner violence education for allied health practitioners. Medical  Education, 2016. 50: 1107-1121.

Spasenoska, M., S. Costello, and B.  Williams, Investigating the psychometric properties of the Jefferson Scale  of Physician Empathy in a sample of Malaysian medical students. Advances in  Medical Education and Practice, 2016. 7: 331-339.

Williams, B., Professionalization of Paramedics:  Lessons from the Australian University  Sector. The National Medical Journal of India, 2016. 29(Supp 1): 113.

Williams, B. and S. Davis, Maths anxiety and medication dosage calculation  errors: A scoping review. Nursing Education and Practice, 2016. 20: 139-146.

Williams, B., C. King, and T. Edlington, Overcoming  difficult conversations in clinical supervision. Journal of Healthcare  Leadership, 2016. 8: 31-40.

Williams, B., P. O'Meara, and H. Hickson, Paramedicine  students’ views on clinical placement learning using the DREEM inventory.  Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 2016. 6(2): 35-42.

Williams, B. and P. Reddy, Does peer-assisted learning improve academic  performance? A scoping review. Nurse Education Today, 2016. 45: 23-29.

Williams, B., A. Sifris, and M. Lynch, A psychometric  appraisal of the Jefferson Scale of Empathy using law students. Psychology  Research and Behavior Management, 2016. 9: 171-178.

Williams, B. and J. Song, Are simulated patients effective in facilitating  development of clinical competence for healthcare students? A scoping review.  Advances in Simulation, 2016. 1(6).

Williams, B. and A. Teese, A cross-institutional analysis of Australian  undergraduate paramedic students’ attitudes towards interprofessional  cooperation. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 2016. 30(1): 97-102.

Williams, B. Abel, C. Khasawneh, E. Ross, L. Levett-Jones. T, Simulation  experiences of paramedic students: a cross-cultural examination. Advances in  Medical Education and Practice, 2016. 7: p. 181-186.

Williams, B. Boyle., M. Howard, S., Empathy Levels In Undergraduate  Paramedic Students: A Three-Year Longitudinal Study. Nurse Education in  Practice, 2016. 16(1): p. 86-90.

2015

Bearman M, Allen L, Palermo C, Williams B. Learning empathy through simulation: a systematic literature review. Simulation in Healthcare. 2015;10(5):308-319.

Boyle M, Williams B, Ross L. Assessing student paramedic visual and verbal checks for defibrillation safety—an observational study. SpringerPlus. 2015;4(773).

Campbell D, Shepherd I, McGrail M, et al. Procedural skills practice and training needs of doctors, nurses, midwives, and paramedics. Advances in Medical Education and Practice. 2015;6:183-194.

Eastwood K, Boyle M, Kim V, Stam N, Williams B. Mathematical ability of first year undergraduate paramedic students—A before and after study. Nurse Education Today. 2015;35(11):1125-1129.

Fox M, Winship C, Williams W, et al. Peer-assisted teaching and learning in paramedic education: A pilot study. International Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2015;5(1).

Hickson H, Williams B, O'Meara P. Paramedicine students' perception of preparedness for clinical placement in Australia and New Zealand. BMC Medical Education. 2015;15(168).

Hogan N, Costello S, Boyle M, Williams B. Measuring Workplace Trauma Response in Australian Paramedics: An Investigation into the Psychometric Properties of the Impact of Event Scale. Psychology Research and Behavior Management. 2015;8 287-294.

Hojat M, Ward J, Spandorfer J, Arenson C, Van Winkle L, Williams B. The Jefferson Scale of Attitudes Toward Interprofessional Collaboration (JeffSATIC): development and multi-institution psychometric data. Journal of Interprofessional Care. 2015;29(3):238-244.

O'Meara P, Williams B, Hickson H. Paramedic instructor perspectives on the quality of clinical and field placements for university educated paramedicine students. Nurse Education Today. 2015;35(11):1080-1084.

Ross L, Boyle M, Williams B. Defibrillation safety: An examination of paramedic perceptions using eye-tracking technology. BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning. 2015;doi:10.1136/bmjstel-2015-000033.

Ross L, Williams B. Improving Paramedic Attitudes towards the Elderly. Clinical Teacher. 2015;12(1):37-44.

Ross L, Williams B, Jennings P. The effectiveness of educational interventions designed to improve health care student behaviors and/or attitudes toward older people: a systematic review protocol. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews & Implementation Reports. 2015;13(7):13-23.

Sawyer S, Coles J, Williams A, Williams B. Preventing and reducing the impacts of intimate partner violence: Opportunities for Australian ambulance services. Emergency Medicine Australasia. 2015;27(4):307-311.

Sifris A, Williams B, Kordouli V. Empathy and mental health. Australian Law Journal. 2015;89(9):38-40.

Williams B, Boyle M, Fielder C. Empathetic attitudes of undergraduate paramedic and nursing students towards four medical conditions: A three-year longitudinal study. Nurse Education Today. 2015;35:e14-e18.

Williams B, Boyle M, Howard S. Empathy Levels in Undergraduate Paramedic Students – A three-year longitudinal study. International Journal of Caring Sciences. 2015;8(1):59-68.

Williams B, Boyle M, Howard S. Attitudes of Paramedic Students towards Specific Medical Conditions: A four-year study. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. 2015;13(2).

Williams B, Boyle M, Tozer-Jones J, et al. Undergraduate paramedic students’ empathy levels: A two-year longitudinal study. Journal of Nursing Education Practice. 2015;5(1):58-64.

Williams B, Brown T, Costello S. A cross-cultural investigation into the dimensional structure and stability of the Barriers to Research and Utilization Scale (BARRIERS Scale). BMC Research Notes. 2015;8(601).

Williams B, Brown T, McKenna L, et al. Student empathy levels across 12 medical and health professions: an interventional study. Journal of Compassionate Care. 2015;2(4).

Williams B, Hardy K, McKenna L. Near-Peer Teaching in Paramedic Education: Results from 2011 to 2013. Medical Science Educator. 2015;25:149-156.

Williams B, Hickson H, O'Meara P. Paramedicine students’ views on clinical placement learning using the DREEM inventory. Journal of Nursing Education Practice. 2015;6(2):35-42.

Williams B, Olaussen A, Peterson E. Peer-assisted teaching: An interventional study. Nurse Education in Practice. 2015;15(4):293-298.

Williams B, Perillo S, Brown T. What are the factors of organisational culture in health care settings that act as barriers to the implementation of evidence-based practice? A scoping review. Nurse Education Today. 2015;35(2):e34-e41.

Williams B, Sadasivan S, Kadirvelu A. Malaysian Medical Students’ self-reported Empathy: A cross-sectional Comparative Study. Malaysian Medical Journal. 2015;70(2):76-80.

Williams B, Webb V. A national study of paramedic and nursing students’ readiness for interprofessional learning (IPL): Results from nine universities. Nurse Education in Practice. 2015;35(9):31-37.

Williams, B., Brown, T., McKenna, L., Palermo, C., Morgan, P., & Brightwell, R. (2015). Students’ attitudes towards interprofessional learning: A comparison between two universities. Journal of Allied Health, 44(4), 201-207.

2014

Paterson, J, Sofianopoulos S, Williams B. What Paramedics Think About When They Think About Fatigue: Contributing Factors. Emergency Medicine Australasia. 2014,26:139-44

Boyle M, Williams B, Sawyer S: The accuracy of undergraduate paramedic students in measuring blood pressure: A pilot study. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 2014, 11(2).

Brown T, Williams B, Jolliffe L: Leadership Style Preference of Undergraduate Occupational Therapy Students in Australia. Hong Kong Journal of Occupational Therapy 2014, 24:35-42.

Hojat M, Ward J, Spandorfer J, Arenson C, Van Winkle L, Williams B: The Jefferson Scale of Attitudes Toward Interprofessional Collaboration (JeffSATIC): development and multi-institution psychometric data. Journal of Interprofessional Care 2014, 14(1-7).

McKenna L, Boyle M, Palermo C, Molloy E, Williams B, Brown T: Promoting interprofessional understandings through online learning: A qualitative examination. Nursing and Health Sciences 2014, 16(3):321-326.

McKenna L, Brown T, Boyle M, Williams B, Palermo C, Molloy E: Listening and communication styles in nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education Practice 2014, 4(11):50-58.

Murcott P, Williams B, Morgans A, Boyle M: Community perceptions of the professional status of the paramedic discipline. International Paramedic Practice 2014, 4(1):13-18.

O'Meara P, Munro G, Williams B, Cooper S, Bogossian F, Ross L, Sparks L, Browning M, McCounan M: Developing situational awareness amongst nursing and paramedicine students utilizing eye tracking technology and video debriefing techniques: a proof of concept paper. International Emergency Nursing 2014 doi: 10.1016/j.ienj.2014.11.001.

Paterson J, Sofianopoulos S, Williams B: What paramedics think about when they think about fatigue: Contributing factors. Emergency Medicine Australasia 2014, 26:139-144.

Ross L, Boyle M, Williams B, Fielder C, Veenstra R: Perceptions of student paramedic interpersonal communication competence: A cross-sectional study. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 2014, 11(4).

Ross L, Duigan T, Boyle M, Williams B: Student Paramedic Attitudes Towards the Elderly: A cross-sectional study. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 2014, 11(3).

Ross L, Williams B: Paramedics developing rapport with the elderly: a pilot study. Journal of Paramedic Practice 2014, 6(3):128-136.
Sawyer S, Parkekh V, Williams A, 
Williams B: Are Australian paramedics adequately trained and prepared for intimate partner violence? A pilot study. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 2014, 28:32-35.

Williams B, Brown T, Boyle M, McKenna L, Palermo C, Etherington J: Levels of Empathy in Undergraduate Emergency Health, Nursing and Midwifery Students: A Longitudinal Study. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 2014, 5:299-306.

Williams B, Brown T, McKenna L, Boyle M, Palermo C, Nestel D, Brightwell R, McCall L, Russo V: Empathy levels among health professional students: A cross-sectional study at two universities in Australia. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 2014, 5:107-113.

Williams B, Fielder C, Strong G, Acker J, Thompson S: Are paramedic students ready to be professional? An international comparison study. International Emergency Nursing 2014, doi: 10.1016/j.ienj.2014.07.004.

Williams B, Fowler J: Can Near-Peer Teaching Improve Academic Performance? International Journal of Higher Education 2014, 3(4):142-149.

Williams B, Sadasivan S, Kadirvelu A, Olaussen A: Empathy levels among first year Malaysian medical students: an observational study. Advances in Medical Education and Practice 2014, 5:1-8.

Williams B, Wallis J, McKenna L: How is peer-teaching perceived by first year paramedic students? A three-year review. Journal of Nursing Education Practice 2014, 4(11):8-15.

Winship C, Boyle M, Williams B: Out of hospital cardiac arrest management by first responders: Retrospective review of a fire fighter first responder program. Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 2014, 11(5).

2013

Boyle M, Williams B, Brown T, McKenna L, Palermo C, Molloy L. Student Attitudes Toward a Web-Based Interprofessional Education Package Journal of Allied Health. 2013;42(2):33E-6E.

Brown T, Boyle M, Williams B, Molloy A, Palermo C, McKenna L, et al. Factor structure of the Communicator Styles Measure (CSM) when used with undergraduate health science students. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 2013;27(2):363-72.

Brown T, Williams B. Team member style preferences of occupational therapy students. New Zealand Journal of Occupational Therapy. 2013;60(2):13-20.

Brown T, Williams B, Lynch M. Relationship between clinical fieldwork educator performance and health professional students' perceptions of their practice education learning environments. Nursing and Health Sciences. 2013;15(4):510-7.

Eastwood K, Boyle M, Williams B. Mathematical and drug calculation abilities of paramedic students. Emergency Medical Journal. 2013;30(3):241-2.

Sofianopoulos, S. and Williams B. (2013). Pre-hospital management of cystic fibrosis patients presenting with haemoptysis. Journal of Paramedic Practice 3(5): 139-145.

Ross L, Wallis J, Huggins C, Williams B. Students' views of teachers using the Clinical Teaching Effectiveness Inventory. Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2013;5(6):336-40.

Williams B. Psychometric examination of the modified clinical teaching preference questionnaire (CTPQ). Journal of Peer Learning. 2013;6(1).

Williams B, Boyle M, Brightwell R, McCall M, McMullen P, Munro G, et al. A cross-sectional study of paramedics’ readiness for interprofessional learning: Results from five universities. Nurse Education Today. 2013;33(11):1369-75.

Williams B, Boyle M, Earl T. Measurement of empathy levels in undergraduate paramedic students Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 2013;28(2):145-9.

Williams B, Boyle M, Robertson N, Gidding sC. When Pressure is Positive: A literature review of the prehospital use of continuous positive airway pressure. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 2013;28(1):52-60.

Williams B, Boyle M, Winship C, Brightwell R, Devenish S, Munro G. Examination of self-directed learning readiness of paramedic undergraduates: A multi-institutional study. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 2013;3(3):102-11.

Williams B, Brown T. A confirmatory factor analysis of the Self-Directed Learning Readiness Scale. Nursing and Health Sciences. 2013;15(4):430-6.

Williams B, Brown T, Boyle M, Dousek S. Psychometric testing of the Jefferson Scale of Empathy Health Profession Students' version with Australian paramedic students. Nursing and Health Sciences. 2013;15(1):45-50.

Williams B, Brown T, Boyle M, Webb V. The Medical Condition Regard Scale (MCRS): An examination of its factor structure using paramedic students. Nurse Education Today. 2013;33(9):938-43.

Williams B, Brown T, Etherington J. Learning style preferences of undergraduate pharmacy students. Currents Pharmacy Learning and Teaching. 2013;5(2):110-9.

Williams B, Brown T, Etherington J. Learning style preferences of undergraduate social work students. Social Work Education. 2013;32(8):929-90.

Williams B, Brown T, McKenna L. DVD empathy simulations: an interventional study. Medical Education. 2013;47(11):1142-3.

Williams B, Fellows H, Eastwood K, Wallis J, Mckenna L. Peer teaching experiences of final year paramedic students: 2011-2012. Journal of Peer Learning. 2013;6(1).

Williams B, Jennings P, Fielder C, Ghiradello A. Are the next generation of paramedics agents of change: Time for curricula renewal? . Advances in Medical Education and Practice. 2013;4:245-50.

Williams B, McKenna L, French J, Dousek S. The development of a peer-teaching scale for nursing education. Nursing and Health Sciences. 2013;15(3):368-73.

Williams B, McKenna L, French J, Dousek S. The clinical teaching preference questionnaire (CTPQ): an exploratory factor analysis. Nurse Education Today. 2013;33(8):814-7.

Williams B, Quested A, Cooper S. Can eye-tracking technology improve situational awareness in paramedic clinical education? . Open Access Emergency Medicine. 2013;5:23-8.

Williams B, Webb V. Examining the measurement properties of the Interdisciplinary Education Perception Scale (IEPS) in paramedic education. . Nurse Education Today. 2013;33(9):981-5.

Winship C, Williams B, Boyle M. Which paediatric weight formula is best suited for the out-of-hospital field? International Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2013;3(1):19-27.

Winship C, Williams B, Boyle M. Should an alternative to the Glasgow Coma Scale be taught to paramedic students? Emergency Medical Journal. 2013;30(3):e19.

2012

Boyle M, Williams B, Dousek S. Do mannequin chests provide an accurate representation of a human chest for simulated decompression of tension pneumothoraxes? World Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2012;3(4):265-9.

Brown T, Bourke-Taylor H, Williams B. Curriculum alignment and graduate attributes: Critical elements in occupational therapy higher education. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 2012;75(4):163.

Eastwood K, Boyle M, Williams B. Paramedic students cannot do drug calculations. World Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2012;3(3):221-6.

Gutwirth H, Williams B, Boyle. M., Allen T. CPR compression depth and rate in relation to physical exertion in paramedic students. Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2012;4(2):90-5.

McKenna L, Boyle M, Brown T, Williams B, Molloy A, Lewis B, et al. Levels of empathy in undergraduate nursing students. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 2012;18(3):246-51.

Olaussen A, Williams B. Intraosseous Access in the Prehospital Setting: A Literature Review. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 2012;27(5):468-72.

Sofianopoulos S, Williams B. Cystic Fibrosis Patients Presenting with Haemoptysis in the Pre-hospital Setting: A Recommendation. International Journal Paramedic Practice. 2012;1(4):118-24.

Sofianopoulos S, Williams B, Archer F. Paramedics and the effects of shiftwork on sleep: A literature review Emergency Medical Journal. 2012;29:152-5.

Williams B, Boyle, M., Brightwell, R., McCall, M., McMullen, P., Munro, G., O'Meara, P. Webb, V. Paramedic Empathy Levels: Results from Seven Universities. International Journal for Emergency Services. 2012;1(2):111-21.

Williams B, Boyle M, Brightwell R, Devenish S, Hartley P, McCall M, et al. An Assessment Of Undergraduate Paramedic Students’ Empathy Levels: A Multi-Institutional Study. International Journal of Medical Education. 2012;3:98-102.

Williams B, Boyle M, Robertson N, Giddings C. When Pressure is Positive: A literature review of the prehospital use of continuous positive airway pressure. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 2012;9:1-10.

Williams B, Boyle M, Winship C, Brightwell R, Devenish S, Munro G. Examination of self-directed learning readiness of paramedic undergraduates: A mulit-insitutional study. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 2012;3(2):102-11.

Williams B, Brown T, Boyle M. Psychometric properties of the Listening Styles Profile (LSP-16): A replication study. Evaluation & the Health Professions. 2012;35(4):440-6.

Williams B, Brown T, Etherington J. Learning style preferences of undergraduate nutrition and dietetics students. Journal of Allied Health. 2012;41(4):170-6.

Williams B, Brown T, M B. Construct validation of the Readiness for Interprofessional Learning Scale(RIPLS): A Rasch and Factor Analysis. Journal of Inteprofessional Care. 2012;26(4):326-32.

Williams B, Brown T, Winship C. The mismatch between perceived and preferred expectations of undergraduate paramedic students. . IJAHSP. 2012;10(4).

Williams B, Brown T, Winship C. Learning style preferences of undergraduate paramedic students. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 2012;3(1).

Williams B, Dousek S. The Satisfaction with Simulation Experience Scale SSES: A Validation Study. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 2012;2(3).

Williams B, McCook F., Brown T., Palmero C., McKenna L., Boyle M., et al. Are undergraduate health care students 'ready' for interprofessional learning? A cross-sectional attitudinal study. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. 2012;10(3).

Williams B, Onsman A, Brown T. Establishing paramedic graduate attributes: Design and validation of a paramedic graduate attribute scale. Evaluation for the Health Professions. 2012;35 (2):148-68.

Williams B, Onsman A, Brown T. A Rasch and Factor analysis of a paramedic graduate attribute scale. Evaluation & The Health Professions. 2012;35(2):148-68.

Williams B, Onsman A, Brown T. Is the Australian Paramedic Discipline a Profession? A National Perspective International Paramedic Practice. 2012;1(5):161-8.

Winship C, Williams B, Boyle M. Which Paediatric Weight Formula is Best Suited for the Out-Of-Hospital Sector. Journal of Paramedic Practice. 2012;4(10):593-601.

Winship C, Williams B, Boyle M. CPR Before Defibrillation in the Out-of-Hospital Setting: A literature review. Emergency Medical Journal. 2012;29(10):826-9.

Brown T, Boyle M, Williams B, Molloy A, Palermo C, McKenna L, et al. Factor structure of the Communicator Styles Measure (CSM) when used with undergraduate health science students. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 2013;27(2):363-72.

Eastwood K, Boyle M, Williams B. Mathematical and drug calculation abilities of paramedic students. Emergency Medical Journal. 2013;30(3):241-2.

Williams B, Boyle M, Brightwell R, McCall M, McMullen P, Munro G, et al. A cross-sectional study of paramedics’ readiness for interprofessional learning: Results from five universities. Nurse Education Today. 2013;33(11):1369-75.

Williams B, Brown T, Etherington J. Learning style preferences of undergraduate social work students. Social Work Education. 2013;32(8):929-90.

Williams B, McKenna L, French J, Dousek S. The clinical teaching preference questionnaire (CTPQ): an exploratory factor analysis. Nurse Education Today. 2013;33(8):814-7.

Winship C, Williams B, Boyle M. Should an alternative to the Glasgow Coma Scale be taught to paramedic students? Emergency Medical Journal. 2013;30(3):e19.

Books/Book Chapters

Brown T. Williams, B. (Eds) Evidence-based education: Promoting  best practice in the teaching and learning of health professional students. 2014, Radcliffe Publishing, UK.

Williams, B, Maloney,  S. . Modes of  Pedagogy delivery. In: Brown, T. Williams, B, eds.  Evidence-based  education: Promoting best practice in the teaching and learning of health  professional students. 2014, Radcliffe  Publishing, UK.

Williams, B. Edwards, D. Evidence-based Education for  Paramedics. In: Brown, T. Williams, B, eds.   Evidence-based  education: Promoting best practice in the teaching  and learning of health professional students. 2014, Radcliffe Publishing, UK.

Williams, B. Brown, T. Benson, R. Providing feedback in  e-learning environments. In: Molloy, E., Boud, D, eds. Feedback in Health Care Education.  Routledge 2013: 125-139.

Power S, Williams B. Cardiovascular Emergencies. In: Curtis K,  Ramsden C, Friendship J, eds. Emergency and Trauma Care.  Sydney: Mosby Elsevier 2011: 489-534.

van Dreven A, Williams B. Professional development. In: Curtis K,  Ramsden C, Friendship J, eds. Emergency and Trauma Care.  Sydney: Mosby Elsevier 2011: 93-108.

Nestel D, Williams B, Villanueva  E. Cost Effectiveness in Medical Education. Walsh K, (ed). Ratcliffe Publishing Ltd, Oxon; UK 2010: 30-39.

McDonell A, Burgess S, Williams B. From  Academia to Clinical Practice In: O'Meara P, Grbich C, eds. Paramedics  in Australia: contemporary challenges of practice. Sydney,  Australia: Pearson Education 2008:181-91.