Tayhla Ryder

Tayhla Ryder
CanTeen

BSocSci MRes

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Background The effect of potential protective factors and stressors faced by carers on their well-being and ability to provide care for children in out-of-home-care (OOHC) needs examination. Objective To explore the impact of child and placement characteristics, carer resources, perceptions and stressors on caregiving and well-being; and identify...
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People with disabilities are often subject to intersecting layers of social and economic disadvantage and other barriers that drive health inequity. As a result, they frequently experience worse health than people without disabilities, beyond the direct effects of their health condition or impairment. The aim of this overview of systematic reviews...
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Background Exploring the impact of injury and injury severity on academic outcomes could assist to identify characteristics of young people likely to require learning support services. This study aims to compare scholastic performance and high school completion of young people hospitalised for an injury compared to young people not hospitalised for...
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We held a workshop at the Evidence and Implementation Summit 2021 to discuss the challenges of implementing implementation science and what could be done to promotes its use. Workshop participants identified four key enablers: building relationships, finding a common language, defining roles, and dedicated implementation resources. We examined two...
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Background An existing hospital avoidance program, the Aged Care Rapid Response Team (ARRT), rapidly delivers geriatric outreach services to acutely unwell or older people with declining health at risk of hospitalisation. The aim of the current study was to explore health professionals’ perspectives on the factors impacting ARRT utilisation in the...
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Qualitative research exploring the family experiences living with parental epilepsy in Australia.
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The perceptions of specialist community-based epilepsy and metastatic breast cancer nurses in delivering value-based healthcare in Australia.
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Background Provision of quality care can help to reduce adverse health outcomes following hip fracture. While surgical management by either a consultant or junior surgeon has shown inconclusive differences in patient outcomes, consultant presence is often recommended, yet little is known about the factors that influence whether a consultant surgeon...
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Objective To compare demographics, treatment and health outcomes for individuals hospitalised with a hip fracture and examine predictors of postacute discharge destination. Methods A retrospective analysis of data from the Australian and New Zealand Hip Fracture Registry of individuals aged ≥50 years hospitalised with a hip fracture from 2015 to 2...
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Introduction Epilepsy is a common neurological condition affecting between 3% and 3.5% of the Australian population at some point in their lifetime. The effective management of chronic and complex conditions such as epilepsy requires person-centred and coordinated care across sectors, from primary to tertiary healthcare. Internationally, epilepsy n...
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To identify important elements of integrated care in epilepsy, recommended and or implemented.
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Objectives This mixed-method feasibility study conducted in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, aimed to explore clinical practices around the identification of patients with refractory epilepsy and referral from primary care to Tertiary Epilepsy Centers. The perceptions of general practitioners, neurologists, and adults living with refractory epilep...
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Prevention of chronic diseases happens within systems of action across whole communities. In local communities, organisations play important roles that influence health, but many are in non-health sectors where health or ‘prevention’ is not their main remit. In this paper, we explore how organisations in communities perceive their role as part of a...
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Background: Good workspace design is key to the quality of work, safety, and wellbeing for workers, yet we lack vital knowledge about optimal hospital design to meet healthcare workforce needs. This study used novel mobile methods to examine the concept of Work-as-Done and the effect of workspace-use on healthcare professional practice, productivi...
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Purpose: To enhance understanding of access to rehabilitation services in Australian and New Zealand acute care facilities for older adults living with dementia and/or living in residential aged care facilities (RACFs) following a hip fracture. Methods: Information on hip fracture rehabilitation was obtained from an online survey of 40 health profe...

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To assess patient and health care professionals reported outcomes from referral and assessment in primary and general neurologist care contexts, as well as identification and referral of patients with refractory epilepsy to Tertiary Epilepsy Centres in NSW.