Professor Andrew Jull

DipCompNursing (ATI), DipBusStudies (Massey), MA(Appl) (VUW), PhD (Auck)

Biography

I have been involved acute hospital care since 1989 in a variety of surgical and senior nursing roles. My research has focused the effectiveness of interventions using randomised controlled trials and systematic review with the Clinical Trials Research Unit (now the National Institute of Health Innovation). My work has been funded by substantial grants from the HRC, Heart Foundation and the Ministry of Health, with peer reviewed publications in leading journals. 

Research | Current

Research interests

  • Wound management & healing
  • Weight management
  • Obesity prevention
  • Patient safety

Teaching | Current

NURS746 Evidence Based Nursing & Implementation (lecturer)

NURS782 Research Methods (lecturer)

POPLHLTH712 Clinical Trial Design, Analyis, & Management (lecturer)
 

Postgraduate supervision

I supervise masters and doctoral students. Completed theses include:

 

Poonam Kumari. (MN research portfolio). A survey of patients' experience of care delivered by the outpatient intravenous antibiotic service at Auckland City Hospital

Sherard Sharma. (MN thesis). Investigation of treatment modalities of pulmonary oedema: a retrospective study. 2016.

Jane Wilkinson. (MN research portfolio). A Comparison of the Metabolic Effect of Two Bariatric Procedures. 2016

Cathrine Patten. (MN thesis). Evaluating the Rate of Undiagnosed Type 2 Diabetes in Patients (ERUPT) referred for Coronary Angiograms. 2016.

Sirinya Ruchiravanish. (MN research portfolio). Exploring the Experience of Patients Receiving Treatment in Oncology Outpatient. 2015.

George Mita. (MPH dissertation). The effectiveness of social media to reduce risk factors for non-communicable diseases: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. 2015.

Luke Flynn. (MN Thesis). A feasibility study of in situ simulation to evaluate the effect of training on teamwork and clinical performance in ward-based nursing resuscitation teams. 2015.

Rachael Parke. (PhD thesis). High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy in Patients After Cardiac Surgery. 2013. Winner Vice -Chancellor's Best Doctoral Thesis Award.

Dayle Pearman. (MN thesis). Medication Safety: User-applied Labelling of Syringes. 2013.

Karen Schimanski. (MN thesis). Comparison of the Left Uppder Arm and Forearm Non-invasive Blood Pressures in Adult Emergnecy Department Patients: A Randomised Cross-over Trial. 2012.

David Drower. (MN research portfolio). Early Detection of In-hospital Adult Phsyiological Deterioration. 2012.

Stephanie Walker. (MN research portfolio). Track and trigger system to detect patient deterioration: a review of the need for a system at ADHB and evaluation of track and trigger forms currently used in New Zealand. 2012.

Briar McLeod. (MN research portfolio). Health-related Quality of Life in Morbidly Obese Patients and the Impact of Bariatric Surgery. 2011.

Joanne Davies. (MN research portfolio). Retention of staff nurses in an emergency department. 2011.

Helen O'Shaughnessy. (MN research portfolio). Audit of participation in cardiac rehabilitation at Auckland City Hospital. 2011.

Areas of expertise

I have experience with randomised controlled trials, systematic review, and guidelines development, as well working knowledge of other epidemiological methods and co-design. I have broad clinical experience in acute care, and extensive research experience in community care. I have had clinical leadership roles in falls, pressure injuries, adverse events, and patient deterioration.

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

Identifiers

Contact details

Primary office location

M&HS BUILDING 505 - Bldg 505
Level 2, Room 243B
85 PARK RD
GRAFTON
AUCKLAND 1023
New Zealand

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