JESSICA BILES

JessicaBiles

EMAIL:
jbiles@csu.edu.au

QUALIFICATIONS:
RN, Masters Health Sciences (Ed), Phd Candidate

CURRENT JOB TITLE, NAME OF INSTITUTION AND COUNTRY:
Lecturer in Nursing

RESEARCH/ TEACHING EXPERIENCE RELATED TO CULTURALLY COMPETENT COMPASSION:
Currently researching and teaching cultural competence subjects at a Tertiary level. Profile can be found at : http://www.csu.edu.au/faculty/science/nurse/staff/profiles/academic-staff/jessica-biles

RELATED PUBLICATIONS:
Current publication submissions:
Matheson, A., Biles, J., Magee., D., Maginnis, C., & Lambert., K. Critical Thinking, Reflection And Use Of Music As A Teaching Strategy With Nursing Students

Biles, J., Biles., B., & McMillan., F. Interdisciplinary approach to Clinical Placements within Charles Sturt University School of Nursing Midwifery and Indigenous Health

Biles, J., Dywili., S., Fitzgerald., M & McLeod., M. Research matters: harvesting collective wisdom to find new ways of engaging in research

Publication
Biles, J and Biles, B. Indigenous Community participation:
How does it relate to student centered learning and embrace Primary Health Care philosophies? Contempory Nurse Journal Indigenous Health Special Issue 2011 (37/1).

Conference Preceding:
Biles, J., 2013. Exploring learning, personal perceptions, and experiences of undergraduate nursing students studying a cultural competence subject: a phenomenological study. First Year Higher Education Conference, New Zealand

Presenter NSW Rural and Remote Health Alliance Conference 2010, Australia

Empower, engage and improve Indigenous Community Health- a comprehensive literature review. Biles, Jessica RN, MHSci(Ed) and Biles, Brett BaAppSc (Physiotherapy), 2009

CURRENT AND FUTURE CONTRIBUTION TO VICTcORY:
I have a passion for culturally appropriate care in nursing practise and hope to work collaboratively with others in achieving some common goals to benefit nursing worldwide

OTHER SIGNIFICANT ACHIEVEMENTS:
Successful research grants:
Cassie’s Story, Dyan Ngal: who is hearing and who is listening? A problem based learning resource approach to transformative cultural competence experiences $10,000 (Charles Sturt University)

Research matters: harvesting collective wisdom to find new ways of engaging in research, 2013 $500 (School of Nursing Midwifery and Indigenous Health, Charles Sturt University)

“The espoused versus the enacted curricula”. 2009 $10,000 (Charles Sturt University)

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