Dr Linda Ng
|Position||Senior Lecturer (Nursing)|
|Section||School of Nursing and Midwifery|
|Phone||+61 7 3812 6328|
|Qualifications||BNurs USQ , GCertNurs Tas , PGCertNurSci JCU , MNurs USQ , PhD Qld|
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Linda Ng joined the School of Nursing and Midwifery at The University of Southern Queensland in 2019. She has clinical experience and qualifications in Adult Intensive Care and Neonatal Intensive Care. Linda has eight years¿ experience teaching in nursing undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the Queensland University of Technology and The University of Queensland. In the last three years, she has developed simulation workshops to enhance the transfer of student self-confidence and competence to the clinical nursing environment in the Graduate Entry Masters program at The University of Queensland. Linda was successful in two Teaching & Learning Grants 2016 and 2017 from The University of Queensland. In her teaching role, Linda create an environment that is conducive to learning¿ a place where students can immerse themselves in a subject of discipline as they assimilate a body of requisite information, concepts and skills. Linda believes learning is an active process, requiring motivation, effort and persistence. Linda is a Fellow with the Higher Education Academy, UK. Linda¿s research focuses on postgraduate education of Registered Nurses and its impact on nursing care. Linda is one of the founders of Neonatal Skin Forum (NSF) - a group of enthusiastic neonatal nurses, from across Queensland, with a broad range of backgrounds and experience. The purpose of the Neonatal Skin Forum is to bring together clinical nurse leaders from around Queensland, to work together in providing professional insight into latest research, practice patterns, consumer & parental attitudes, trends and current beliefs. Acting on the findings from her PhD, she was significantly involved in negotiating with University of Tasmania to offer ACNN members full scholarship on HECS fees to pursue postgraduate study in neonatal nursing on behalf of The Australia College of Neonatal Nurses (ACNN) - a national, not for profit organisation and peak professional body for neonatal nurses in Australia.
Fields of Research (FoR)
Nursing not elsewhere classified
Neonatal Intensive Care
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Australian College of Neonatal Nurses
Australia & New Zealand Neonatal Network
Higher Education Academy, UK
Currently teaching courses/programs
NUR2204- Acute Care Across the Lifespan
HEA8202- Relationship for Professional Learning and Development
Academic Integrity Officer
Research most recent
Liu C, Cao Y, Lin J, Ng L, Needleman I, Walsh T, & Li C. (2018). Oral care measures for preventing nursing home-acquired pneumonia. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, Issue 9. Art. No.: CD012416. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD012416.pub2 https://www.cochranelibrary.com/cdsr/doi/10.1002/14651858.CD012416.pub2/full
Seaton, P., Levett-Jones, T., Cant, R., Cooper, S., Kelly, M., McKenna, L., Ng, L & Bogossian, F (2019). Exploring the extent to which simulation-based education addresses contemporary patient safety priorities: a scoping review. Collegian, 26 (1), 194- 205 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2018.04.006
Bogossian, F. E., Cant, R. P., Ballard, E. L., Cooper, S. J., Levett-Jones, T. L., McKenna, L. G., Ng, L. C., & Seaton, P. C. (2019). Locating ‘gold standard’ evidence for simulation as a substitute for clinical practice in pre-licensure health professional education: A systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, in press May 30th.
Research most notable
Ng, L., Tukett, A., Fox-Young, S & Kain, V (2014) Exploring registered nurses’ attitudes towards postgraduate education in Australia: An overview of literature. Journal Of Nursing Education and Practice, 4(2) DOI:10.5430/jnep.v4n2p162
Review of postgraduate nursing and midwifery education in Victoria Final Report 2015
Page 16 reads: ‘The 2014 review of the literature by Ng et al. analysed 59 studies that focused on nurses’ attitudes towards postgraduate education in Australia (although studies from outside Australia were included in the review). The review categorised the research according to three themes of a modified Barr et al. Evaluative Framework, namely: changes in attitudes; acquisition of knowledge and skills; and, changes in behaviour. The authors concluded there is very little evidence of change of attitude of nurses with regard to the desirability of postgraduate education for speciality practice; there is some evidence of increased knowledge and skills but few studies that quantify this; and, there is little evidence of measured change in practice resulting from postgraduate education
Publications in ePrints
Seaton, Philippa and Levett-Jones, Tracy and Cant, Robyn and Cooper, Simon and Kelly, Michelle A. and McKenna, Lisa and Ng, LindaORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6155-7625 and Bogossian, Fiona (2019) Exploring the extent to which simulation-based education addresses contemporary patient safety priorities: a scoping review. Collegian, 26 (1). pp. 194-203. ISSN 1322-7696
Bogossian, Fiona E. and Cant, Robyn P. and Ballard, Emma L. and Cooper, Simon J. and Levett-Jones, Tracy L. and McKenna, Lisa G. and Ng, Linda C.ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6155-7625 and Seaton, Philippa C. (2019) Locating ‘gold standard’ evidence for simulation as a substitute for clinical practice in pre-licensure health professional education: a systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing. ISSN 0962-1067
Bogossian, Fiona and Seaton, Philippa and Levett-Jones, Tracy and Cant, Robyn and Cooper, Simon and Kelly, Michelle and Ng, LindaORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6155-7625 (2019) Talking the talk and walking the walk: Are patient safety priorities addressed by simulation-based education? In: 8th International Clinical Skills Conference (ICSC 2019), 19-22 May, 2019, Prato, Italy.
Bogossian, F. and Cant, R. and Ballard, E. and Cooper, S. and Levett-Jones, T. and McKenna, L. and Ng, L.ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6155-7625 and Seaton, P. (2019) Telling it like it is: What do we really know about replacing clinical practice with simulation? In: 8th International Clinical Skills Conference (ICSC 2019), 19-22 May, 2019, Prato, Italy.
Ng, L. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6155-7625 and Tuckett, A. and Eley, R. (2018) Exploring facilitators and barriers to nurses’ uptake of postgraduate education in Australia. In: 7th International Nurse Education Conference (NETNEP 2018), 6-9 May 2018, Banff, Canada.
Approved research supervisor in the area of:
Nursing not elsewhere classified