Dr Carol Reid is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Paramedicine and has been awarded Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Carol has many years of clinical nursing, tertiary education and research experience. She has made significant research contributions to the areas regarding self-management of chronic diseases such as, Cancer Care, Alcohol and Drug, Hepatitis C, Sexual Health, HIV/AIDS and Renal nursing.
She has successfully received competitive grants and is currently leading the development and psychometric testing of a digital measure of patient-reported experience of cancer care in the ambulatory setting at Princess Alexandra Hospital. Carol is also working in collaboration with researchers from the University of Auckland, New Zealand with this same research being conducted at the Auckland City and Waikato Hospitals.
This health services research will assist in informing the strategic direction of cancer services and health organisations within Australia’s health care system and globally with New Zealand Collaborators. Funding has been received for an international collaboration between University of Auckland, New Zealand and Brisbane, Australia for a large Australian health services study commencing in 2019. Dr Reid has presented her research nationally and internationally and is currently a national and international reviewer for reputable nursing journals from Australia, Europe and USA.
Carol is currently a Visiting Research Scholar at Princess Alexandra and Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospitals. She is a board member of the Phi Delta-At-Large Chapter for the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International and a committee member for the Centaur Memorial Fund for Nurses.
- Higher Education Academy (SFHEA), Senior Fellow (2018)
- Sigma Theta Tau International, Oceania Global, Regional Council Member
- Sigma Theta Tau International Phi Delta-At-Large Chapter (STTI) Secretary, Board Member, Governance Committee
- Centaur Memorial Fund for Nurses, Management Committee Member
- Australian College of Nursing, Member (MACN)
- National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU), member
- Cancer Nurses Society Australia, member
- Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Research Excellence Award (2013)
- Qld Health Gold Award (2005)
- QuARRIES Award for Innovation and Collaboration (2003)
|Project name||Investigators||Funding body (A$)||Year|
|Digital Health Test Bed, Notification ADHA DH1011_81. Australian Government, Australian Digital Health Agency.||Stone, L., Atalag, K., Tenenbaum, R., McCarthy, A., Reid, C., Janda, M., Jones, L., Langbecker, D. and Laing, B.||Australian Government
Psychometric testing of a modified and digitally translated patient-reported outcome measure for cancer care.
|Reid, C., McCarthy, A., M., Janda, M., Jones, L.||(in kind) Princess Alexandra Hospital, Cancer Services, Metro South Health District) (51,000)||2018|
|Learning experience, style preferences and student outcomes in the Flipped Classroom: An Integrative review of Undergraduate Nurse Education.||Reid, C., Kellett, U., Henderson, S. and Burton, R.||Scholarship of Effective Learning and Teaching (SELT) Grant, Griffith University $2,500||2018|
|Patient-reported outcomes instrument: confirmatory factor analysis.||McCarthy PI, Reid, C., Co1, Findlay, M., Janda, M., Jones, L.||FDRF Grant (NZ) $30,000||2017|
|Patient-reported outcomes instrument: confirmatory factor analysis.||McCarthy PI, Reid, C., Co1, Findlay, M., Janda, M., Jones, L.||HoD Grant (NZ) $30,000||2017|
|Psychometric testing of a patient-reported outcome measure for cancer care.||Reid, C., McCarthy, A., M., Janda, M., Jones, L.||School of Nursing and Midwifery, Griffith University ($10,000)||2016|
|Interventions for the Management of substance abuse and misuse in cancer patients.||Reid, C., McCarthy, A.||Early Career and Academic Practices, Research Grants (QUT) ($5,000)||2015|
|Psychometric testing of a patient-reported outcome measure for cancer care. IHBI Early Career Research Grants.||Reid, C., McCarthy, A.||(QUT, Early Career Academic Research Development) ($10,000)||2014|