Dr Elyce Green
B. Nurs (Hon), B. ClinPrac, MN, PhD
PositionSenior Lecturer in Rural Health, Rural Health Education Lead
Campuscampus Wagga Wagga
LocationBuilding 473, room 114
Phone/Faxwork 02 6933 4312
Elyce’s background is critical care nursing in rural and regional areas. She has a passion for empowering the rural health workforce through education, mentorship and research. As Senior Lecturer in Rural Health and Lead in Rural Health Education, she works across disciplines to create collaborations and strong networks with the multidisciplinary rural health workforce.
Elyce’s PhD thesis titled ‘Quantitative and Qualitative Inquiry into the Use of Non-invasive Ventilation to Treat Acute Asthma in Adults: A Multi-Site Study’ focused on rural and regional use of noninvasive ventilation and the effect of education and context on the ability of nurses to deliver treatments.
As a Lecturer in Rural Health, Elyce is involved in the design and delivery of multidisciplinary education. Her teaching generally focuses on the unique context of rural health and ways to better equip health students and new clinicians to integrate into professional practice. Elyce also maintains an involvement in clinical teaching, particularly in the area of critical care nursing.
Elyce’s research interests include intensive care nursing and medicine, rural health workforce, the patient’s journey and the effect of context on the practice of healthcare staff. She is currently involved in several projects, notably the ‘MyPlacement Project’ and ‘From undergraduate to new graduate to postgraduate: What influences early career nurses to practice in rural areas?’ which is a collaboration between Three Rivers and the Murrumbidgee Local Health District.
Elyce is also a co-supervisor for HDR students.
- Member of the Australian College of Nursing
- NSW Board Member of the Australian College of Critical Care Nurses