Ms Jacqueline Iris Greenlaw Schmidt-Busby
Jacqueline has expertise in strategic planning and management, operations management, human resources management, and project management. With over 25 years’ experience, she has held positions within the Ministries of Defence and Justice, IT, local government, and both the engineering and telecommunication industries. During the past five years, Jacqueline has managed local and regional health projects that focus on initiatives that span both clinical and social sectors. Combining knowledge and experience with current evidence, she takes a strategic approach to actions that facilitate the assessment, development and implementation of quality and safety improvement initiatives to advance positive health outcomes.
Jacqueline is of Samoan descent and has a Master of Health Sciences and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management from the University of Auckland. She is currently working towards a Doctor of Philosophy degree, also with the University of Auckland.
Research | Current
PhD with publications: Critical points of engagement for Pacific people with diabetic nephropathy.
(Supervisors: Associate Professor Janine Wiles, Dr Daniel Exeter)
2013: HRC Pacific Health Research Masters Scholarship
2016 - 2019: Counties Manukau District Health Board PhD Research Fellowship
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- 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 : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy, 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
- Sheridan, N. F., Kenealy, T. W., Schmidt-Busby, J. I., & 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
- 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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