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Dr. Shannon Dhollande

Senior Lecturer-631285
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Sciences
About Me

My name is Dr Shannon Dhollande. I have extensive experience as an Emergency nurse and still work within the clinical sector. This clinical experience underpins the research that I undertake with surrounds the provision of healthcare to victims of Domestic and Family Violence. My doctoral and post doctoral research explores the intersection of DFV and healthcare services whilst my masters research explored methods of teaching and learning complex pathophysiology to undergraduate nursing students. I have many years of experience in the higher education sector teaching clinical skills and complex concepts to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Consequently I have achieved Associate Fellowship to the Higher Education Academy.  

Universities Studied At

I have studied at both Queensland University of Technology and Central Queensland University

Universities Worked At

I have worked for Queensland University of Technology, The University of the Sunshine Coast, and for Central Queensland University

Previous teaching

I have coordinated and taught into a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. My teaching focus tends to be in complex healthcare provision. This includes topics such as domestic violence including intimate partner violence, child abuse and elder abuse, and the stigmatization and care of minorities such as refugees, asylum seekers and those of the LGBTQIA+ community and complex pathophysiological health alterations.

Key Achievements

Research Funding:

Dhollande, S., Meyer, S., Sapkota, D., Clarke, K., Watts, S. (2022). Examining the healthcare response at the intersection of domestic and family violence and mental health presentation USC Launch Grants Round $32, 000

Dhollande, S., Meyer, S., Pommerel, S. (2022). Addressing education gaps to improve the provision of healthcare to Domestic Violence victims in the primary healthcare setting. Morayfield Health Hub. $10, 000

Dhollande, S., Meyer, S., Sapkota, D., Stallman, H., Watts, S. (2022). Examining the healthcare response at the intersection of domestic and family violence and mental health presentation. Griffith University Internal Health Funding Round $16, 000

Dhollande, S., Graham, W., Romeo, M….. (2019). Philanthropic Donation by Dr Evan Jones: Evaluating the impact of an integrated model of primary and urgent care. ($50,000)

Clark, S., Broadbent, M., Gurung, A., Bakon, S., Shaw, C. & Hocking, J. (2018). Understanding why aged care residents are transferred to the ED. $55, 206. Grant ID: EMSS-379R29-2018, Caboolture Hospital/University of the Sunshine Coast/University of Southern Queensland

Bakon, S. (2018). National Council of Women Queensland Tracey Davis MP Bursary Recipient ($1000)

Research Supervision

I am currently accredited for supervision in the following:

  • 4205 Nursing
  • 4203 Health services and systems

At the level of Associate Supervisor

Current Capacity
I am currently available to supervise more research candidates
Research Interests

Curriculum and Pedagogy - Medicine, Nursing and Health Curriculum and Pedagogy
Pathophysiology and complex concepts

Health Sciences

Other health sciences - Other health sciences not elsewhere classified
Emergency Nursing

Human Society

Gender studies - Gender relations
Intimate partner violence, domestic violence

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