About

Dr. Maureen (Maude) Chapman is a registered nurse with over 30 years of experience in clinical practice and academia. She is currently an academic at the James Cook University, where she is the site coordinator for nursing and midwifery in Mackay. Her doctoral thesis entitled An exploration of leadership of registered nurses in the clinical environment focused on the use and expectations of leadership for nurses.

Utilising her experience Dr Chapman has been central to the development of contemporary nursing curricula in both undergraduate and postgraduate nursing education. She is a supervisor for research higher degree students in the field of nursing. She has a keen interest in the use of technology in healthcare. The specific areas of technology that she is interested in are, telemedicine, electronic health records, and the use of artificial intelligence in education. Her specific accomplishments in using technology to improve healthcare, include the development a new training program for nurses in the use of electronic health records.

Dr. Chapman is passionate about using her skills and experience to improve the delivery of care to patients, she is also a strong advocate for giving back to the profession and to the community.

Interests
Professional
  • Connecting JCU Mackay nursing to the community.
  • Developing leadership within nursing and midwifery
Research
  • Evaluating academic electronic health records for student preparedness for practice.
  • Deterioration of diabetic patients when on the wait list for review.
  • Phenomenology
Teaching
  • Academic electronic health record simulation for transformative learning and teaching.
  • Quality assurance of teaching and learning experiences for student success.
  • Development of a digital health subject in collaboration with QHealth Telehealth Call Centre for authentic student learning.
Experience
  • 2023 to present - Member, JCU Academic Calendar Advisory Committee (JCU)
  • 2023 to present - Member, Rural & Remote Executive (JCU)
  • 2023 to present - Member, Estates Advisory Committee (JCU)
  • 2023 to present - Member, Emergency Medicine Foundation Research Grants Program (Brisbane, Queensland)
  • 2018 to present - Member, CHS College Learning & Teaching Committee (JCU)
  • 2018 to present - Member, Course Curriculum Managment Committee Man (CHS JCU)
  • 2023 to 2025 - Board Member, Mackay Hospital and Health Service (Mackay)
  • 2018 to 2024 - Chair Learning and Teaching Nursing & Midwifery, Health Care Sciences (JCU)
  • 2021 to 2023 - Forum Member, Regional Community Forum (Mackay, Isaac, Whitsunday Region)
Research Disciplines
Honours
Awards
  • 2023 - HEPPP $84,000 + JCU increased funding for AEMR total = $353,000.00
  • 2020 - JCU Leadership Award contribution to the COVID response
Memberships
  • 2000 - Australian College of Nursing
Other
  • 2009 - National Finalist Lecturer of the Year CQU
  • 2008 - National Finalist Lecturer of the Year CQU
Publications

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Journal Articles
Current Funding

Current and recent Research Funding to JCU is shown by funding source and project.

Australian College of Nursing Foundation - College Consortium Research Grant

Profiling the Deterioration Risk Factors of Patients Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus on a Diabetes Specialist Outpatient Waiting List

Indicative Funding
$30,000 over 6 years
Summary
Patients seeking specialist advice from a specialist outpatient department require a referral from their general practitioner to access services. This research explores the time taken for patients to deteriorate if waitlisted in the order of date accepted for their referral compared to rates of deterioration for patients if the accepted referral was waitlisted in order of the patient?s individual risk of deterioration. Stage 1 focuses on identifying patient centric factors within a type 2 diabetes mellitus cohort which lead a patient to deteriorate on a waitlist. Stage 2 involves developing and implementing a framework to support the reconfiguration of waitlist management.
Investigators
Shannon Sheehan, Kristin Wicking, Maude Chapman, Melanie Birks and Rhondda Jones (College of Healthcare Sciences and Graduate Research)
Keywords
Diabetes; Clinical Deterioration; Waitlist; Risk Factors; Risk stratification; Triage
Supervision

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These Higher Degree Research projects are either current or by students who have completed their studies within the past 5 years at JCU. Linked titles show theses available within ResearchOnline@JCU.

Current
  • Category 2 Outpatient Waitlist, Profiling the Potential Deterioration Risk Factors of Patients Diagnosed with Diabetes (PhD , External Advisor)

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