Lisa Murphy

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Applied Science (Human  Movement); Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Hons); Graduate Certificate in  Health Professional Education; PhD Candidate

Title in Occupational Therapy Department: Lecturer

Phone number:  03 9904 4040
Email: lisa.murphy@monash.edu

Research Interests: 

Education: Evaluation of innovative teaching and learning methods,  specifically: facilitation of inter-professional education and development of  collaborative skills; use of simulation; and the use of e-learning technology  in the education of entry-level healthcare professionals.

Discipline Specific: Time-use, engagement in meaningful  occupations and the impact of these on health and wellbeing.

Career Highlights:

Lisa graduated from  Deakin University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement)  and went on to study a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Latrobe University,  graduating with Honours in 2003.

Lisa's clinical roles have predominantly been in the public  health sector, working as an Occupational Therapist in Neurosciences, a Care  Coordinator and Occupational Therapist in Emergency Departments, and in project  management for an Integrated Cancer Service.

Lisa joined the Department of Occupational Therapy at Monash  University in 2008 and since this time has been teaching Occupational Therapy  theory and practical skills to first and second year students in the  undergraduate program, and supervising third and fourth year students undertake  project work. She has an interest in interprofessional education and each  semester facilitates teaching sessions across the Departments of Occupational  Therapy and Physiotherapy, and is currently undertaking research in this area.

In 2012 the Occupational Therapy curriculum was licenced to  Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University (PNU) in Saudi Arabia. Across  2012-15 Lisa was responsible for coordinating the cultural translation and  transfer of the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy curriculum taught at Monash  University to PNU, in addition to providing educational support to PNU staff  during the establishment the program.

Awards

SPHC Education Committee Teaching Excellence Award (International) 2014

Recipient of this competitive annual teaching award recognising individual contribution to improving the internationalisation of the School of Primary Health Care.

Inaugural Team-based Teaching Award - School of Primary Health Care, Monash University

Co-recipient of this competitive teaching award acknowledging contribution to the development of interprofessional education curriculum within the first-year undergraduate curriculum; Departments of Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy.

Publications

Asmuri, S.,  N., Brown, T., & Broom, L.J.  (2016). Translation, Validation, and  Adaptation of the Time Use Diary from English into the Malay Language for Use  in Malaysia. Occupational Therapy In Health Care, 30(3), 288-308.

O'Brien, E.J., Broom, L., Ullah, M.  (2015). Outcomes and participant experience of an online train-the-trainer  program for Bangladeshi health professionals: A case study evaluation. Journal  of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 35(1), 46-56.

Barclay, L., Callaway, E.,  Farnworth, L., Brown, G., & Broom, L. (2011). Time use following spinal  cord injury: An examination of the literature. British Journal of  Occupational Therapy, 74 (12), 573-580.

Conference Presentations

Broom, L. (2015).  Facilitating interprofessional practice in occupational therapy curricula: A  scoping review of educational interventions. Poster presentation. 26th National  Conference and Exhibition, 1-3 July, Melbourne, Victoria.

O’Brien, L., Broom, L.,  & Ullah, M.M. (2015). Outcomes and participant experience of on-line  training for Bangladesh health professionals. Poster presentation. 26th  National Conference and Exhibition, 1-3 July, Melbourne, Victoria.

Broom, L. (2014).  A contemporary view on inter-professional education in occupational therapy  curriculum: Moving from theory to practice. Oral presentation.  16th International Congress of the World  Federation of Occupational Therapists in collaboration with the 48th Japanese  Occupational Therapy Congress and Expo, 18-21 June, Yokohama, Japan

Farnworth, L., Broom,  L, & Shehab, A. (2014). Challenging assumptions, broadening  perceptions: Developing an occupational therapy curriculum in Saudi Arabia.  Oral presentation.  16th International  Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in collaboration  with the 48th Japanese Occupational Therapy Congress and Expo, 18-21 June,  Yokohama, Japan.

O’Brien, L., Broom, L.,  & Ullah, M.M. (2014). Outcomes and participant experience of on-line  training for Bangladesh health professionals. Poster presentation. 16th  International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists in  collaboration with the 48th Japanese Occupational Therapy Congress and Expo,  18-21 June, Yokohama, Japan.

Broom, L.  Using inter-professional education to develop  desired graduate attributes: An Australian perspective. Oral presentation.  Education Summit, American Occupational Therapy Association, 4-5 October,  Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Farnworth, L., & Broom,  L.  (2013). When West meets East:  Developing an occupational therapy curriculum in Saudi Arabia.  Oral Presentation. Occupational Therapy  Australia 25th National Conference & Exhibition, 24-26 July, Adelaide,  South Australia.

Broom, L., &  Storr, M.  (2013). Evaluating the use of  a community-based volunteering experience to facilitate inter-professional  education among first-year undergraduate students. Oral Presentation.  Occupational Therapy Australia 25th National Conference & Exhibition, 24-26  July, Adelaide, South Australia.

Broom, L.,  Barclay, L., & Morgan, P.  Evaluating  the use of standardised patients to facilitate communication skills training  and inter-professional teamwork in undergraduate education.  Oral Presentation.  Showcase session on simulated learning  activities at the Occupational Therapy Academic Learning Network Workshop –  Pre-OT Australia National Conference, 23 July 2013

Broom, L., &  Storr, M. (2012).  Evaluating the use of  a community-focused volunteering experience to facilitate interprofessional  education among first-year occupational therapy and physiotherapy undergraduate  students in Australia.  Oral  presentation.  All Together Better Health  VI: The 6th International Conference for Interprofessional Education and  Collaborative Practice, 5-8 October, Kobe Gakuin University, Kobe, Japan.

Broom, L.,  Barclay, L., & Morgan, P. (2012).   Evaluating the use of case-based learning to facilitate  interprofessional education in a cohort of undergraduate occupational therapy  and physiotherapy students in Australia.   Oral presentation.  All Together  Better Health VI: The 6th International Conference for Interprofessional  Education and Collaborative Practice, 5-8 October, Kobe Gakuin University,  Kobe, Japan.

Broom, L.,  Lentin, P., Morgan, P., & Barclay, L. (2012).  Evaluation of an interprofessional education  simulated learning activity for undergraduate occupational therapy and  physiotherapy students in Australia. Oral presentation.  All Together Better Health VI: The 6th  International Conference for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative  Practice, 5-8 October, Kobe Gakuin University, Kobe, Japan.

McNeil, M., Preece, B., & Broom, L. (2012). Incorporating the natural environment into early  childhood play spaces.  Oral  Presentation.  OT Australia Victoria  State Conference, 9-10 November, Sofitel, Melbourne, Australia.

Broom, L.,  Stagnitti, K, & Pepin, G.  (2011).  Exploring engagement in meaningful occupations following primary brain tumour  diagnosis.  Oral presentation.  Occupational Therapy Australia 24th National  Conference & Exhibition, 29th June – 1st July, Gold Coast Convention &  Exhibition Centre.

Farnworth, L., Callaway, L., Barclay, L., McDonald, R.,  & Broom, L. (2010).  Participation outcomes of people with spinal cord injury living in  Australia.  15th International Congress  of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, 4-7 May, Santiago, Chile.

Farnworth, L., Callaway, L., Barclay, L., McDonald, R.,  & Broom, L. (2010). Time use of  adults with spinal cord injury in Victoria, Australia. Oral Presentation. 15th  International Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, 4-7  May, Santiago, Chile.

Sierakowski, A., Broom,  L., Bourke-Taylor, H., Pegg, M. (2010). Determining distress in adults with  severe brain injury.  Poster  Presentation. OT Australia Victoria State Conference, 12-13 November, MCG,  Melbourne, Australia.

Redman, C., Broom, L.,  Carlin, K., & Toe, D.  (2010). Novel  reflective strategies to enable students to evaluate their tacit assumptions  about professional roles and practices.   Oral Presentation.  International  Reflective Practice Conference, 23-25 June, University of Bedfordshire,  Putteridge Bury campus, England.

Redman, C., & Broom,  L.  (2009). Transforming reflective  practices in clinical practice through discursive electronic technologies.  Oral Presentation.  International Reflective Practice Conference,  24-26 June, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland.

Redman, C., & Broom,  L.  (2009). Transforming reflective  practices in clinical practice through discursive electronic technologies.  Workshop.   23 June, Kings College, London.

Broom, L.  (2008). Occupational therapy for occupational  therapists? Using occupational therapy theory to better understand recruitment,  retention and attrition of experienced occupational therapists within acute  public hospitals.  Poster Presentation.  OT Australia 23rd National Conference and  Exhibition, 11-12 September, Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne, Australia.

Byrne, K., Davis, G., Cher, L., Broom, L., & Obradovic, L.   (2007). Patient held treatment summary booklet for primary brain  tumours: A pilot study.  Poster  Presentation.  COSA 34th Annual  Scientific Meeting, 14th - 16 November, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide,  Australia.

Byrne, K., Davis, G., Cher, L., Broom, L., & Obradovic, L.   (2007). Patient held treatment summary booklet for primary brain  tumours: A pilot study.  Poster  Presentation.  Austin Health Research  Week, 22nd - 26 October, Heidelberg, Australia.

Byrne, K., Davis, G., Cher, L., Broom, L., & Obradovic, L.   (2007). Patient held treatment summary booklet for primary brain  tumours: A pilot study.  Oral Paper.  Glioma 2007, Themes: Recent Advances Tumour  Biology, Imaging and Surgery, 16-17 August 2007, Sofitel Wentworth Hotel,  Sydney, Australia.

Broom, L.  (2007).   Occupation, wellbeing, and brain tumour diagnosis: A review of the  literature and proposal for further research.   Oral Paper.  Jigsaw Symposium  2007, 15th February, Deakin University City Campus, Burwood, Australia.

Broom, L.  (2006).   Experienced occupational therapists' perceptions of working in acute  public hospitals within Victoria: Implications for recruitment and retention.  The Cutting Edge - A Taste of WFOT 2006, 4th  December, Epworth Hospital, Richmond, Australia.

Broom, L.  (2006).   Examining experienced occupational therapists' perceptions of working in  acute public hospitals within Victoria and the implications for recruitment and  retention.  Oral Paper.  14th Congress of the World Federation of  Occupational Therapists, 23-28 July, Sydney Convention Centre, Sydney,  Australia.

Broom, L.,  Hancock, A., Todd, J., & Chao, C.   (2005).  Allied health issues in  cancer care for patients with brain tumours.   Oral Paper.  Cancer and Wellness:  Integrating Allied Health and Wellness into Cancer Care Conference, 6-7  October, Melbourne, Australia.

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