Amee Morgans BA, BAppSci (Hons), PhD, GCHE
Dr Amee Morgans is a Research Fellow and Lecturer with the Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice at Monash University. Amee teaches research and evidence based medicine to the Bachelor of Emergency Health and MICA students. Amee's PhD research investigated patient decision making in prehospital health emergencies, and was awarded the Vice Chancellor's commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence. Current areas of research interest include patient perspectives, patient flow through health services, allocation of prehospital emergency health care resources, ethics in prehospital research, and community based mental health resources. Amee has been a member of the Monash University Research Ethics Committee since 2003.
JEPHC PUBLICATIONS Book ReviewsPsychological Debriefing: Theory, Practice and Evidence. Edited by Beverley Raphael and John P. Wilson. New York, Cambridge University Press 2000, 376 pp, ISBN 0-521-64700-2
A Review of Two Thesis Help Books for Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Students in the Community Based Health and Emergency Health Areas Conference Reviews Health Outcomes 2004: Perspectives on Population Health, Canberra, Australia
7th World Congress of Bioethics, 9th-12th November 2004, Sydney, Australia2004 Qual-IT: The way forward; Qualitative research in IT & IT in qualitative research. 24-26th November 2004, Brisbane, Australia
"Johanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Qualitative Meta-analysis Course,"
Journal of Emergency Primary Health Care:
1, Article 17.
Available at: http://ro.ecu.edu.au/jephc/vol4/iss1/17