Ms Jacqueline Schmidt-Busby
I have expertise in strategic planning and management, operations management, human resources management, and programme management. With over 25 years’ experience, I have held positions within the Ministries of Defence, Justice, and Health, IT, local government, and both the engineering and telecommunication industries. During the past six years, I have managed local and regional health projects that focus on initiatives that span both clinical and social sectors. Combining knowledge and experience with current evidence, I take a strategic approach to actions that facilitate the assessment, development and implementation of quality and safety improvement initiatives to advance positive health outcomes.
I am of Samoan descent and have a Master of Health Sciences (Hons) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management - both from the University of Auckland. Currently I am working towards my Doctor of Philosophy degree, where I expect a completion date of August 2019.
Research | Current
PhD with publications: Critical points of engagement for Pacific people with diabetes.
(Supervisors: Associate Professor's Janine Wiles, Daniel Exeter, Timothy Kenealy)
2013: HRC Pacific Health Research Masters Scholarship
2016 - 2019: Counties Manukau District Health Board PhD Research Fellowship
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Schmidt-Busby, J., Wiles, J., Exeter, D., & Kenealy, T. (2018). Understanding ‘context’ in the self-management of type 2 diabetes with comorbidities: A systematic review and realist evaluation. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 142, 321-334. 10.1016/j.diabres.2018.06.003
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Daniel Exeter, Janine Wiles, Timothy Kenealy
- Sheridan, N., Kenealy, T., Schmidt-Busby, J., & Rea, H. (2016). Population health in New Zealand 2000-2013: Targets disrupt service integration from addressing health determinants. Paper presented at ICIC16 - 16th International Conference on Integrated Care, Barcelona, Spain. 23 May - 25 May 2016. International Journal of Integrated Care. 10.5334/ijic.2855
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Harold Rea, Nicolette Sheridan, Timothy Kenealy
- Sheridan, N. F., Kenealy, T. W., Schmidt-Busby, J. I. G., & Rea, H. H. (2015). Population health in New Zealand 2000-2013: From determinants of health to targets. SAGE Open Medicine, 310.1177/2050312115573654
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Nicolette Sheridan, Timothy Kenealy, Harold Rea
- Sheridan, N. F., Kenealy, T. W., Kidd, J. D., Schmidt-Busby, J. I. G., Hand, J. E., Raphael, D. L., ... Rea, H. H. (2015). Patients' engagement in primary care: Powerlessness and compounding jeopardy. A qualitative study. Health Expectations, 18 (1), 32-43. 10.1111/hex.12006
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Jacquie Kidd, Harold Rea, Timothy Kenealy, Ann McKillop, Nicolette Sheridan, Deborah Raphael
- Schmidt-Busby, J. I. G. (2012). Diabetes: Impact on work, income and finances in Samoan families The University of Auckland. ResearchSpace@Auckland. Related URL.
- Sheridan, N. F., Kenealy, T. W., Salmon, E., Rae, H., Raphael, D., & Schmidt-Busby, J. (2011). Helplessness, self blame and faith may impact on self management in COPD: a qualitative study. Primary Care Respiratory Journal, 20 (3), 307-314. 10.4104/pcrj.2011.00035
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Nicolette Sheridan, Timothy Kenealy, Deborah Raphael, Harold Rea
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