Dr Andrew Scanlon

DNP, MN (Nurse Practitioner), MNS, RN, NP, FACN, FACNP

Lecturer in Nursing, Nurse Practitioner

College of Science, Health and Engineering

School of Nursing and Midwifery

Austin, 4.449,

Qualifications

Doctor of Nursing Practice (Columbia University New York) Master of Nursing Science (La Trobe) Graduate Diploma Critical Care Nursing (RMIT) Graduate Certificate in Clinical management Renal (RMIT) Bachelor of Health Science Nursing (VUT)

Role

Academic

Membership of professional associations

Australian College of Nurse Practitioners, Australian College of Nursing, Australian Nursing Federation, Columbia Univeristy School of Nursing Alumni, Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International.

Area of study

Nursing

Brief profile

Andrew has experience in nursing roles Neurosurgery, Neurology, Cardiology, Medical, Renal, Acute dialysis, Satellite dialysis, Ophthalmology, Facio-Maxillary surgery, and Respiratory Medicine

Recent publications

Hall, C., Murphy, M.  & Scanlon, A (2016). Cardiac rehabilitation in the acute care setting: Integrative review. Australian critical care: official journal of the Confederation of Australian Critical Care Nurses (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aucc.2016.07.001).

Scanlon, A., Cashin, A., Bryce, J., Kelly, J. G., & Buckely, T. (2016). The complexities of defining nurse practitioner scope of practice in the Australian context. Collegian  23 (1) 129–142.

Watt, E., Murphy, M. C., MacDonald, L., Pascoe, E., Storen, H., & Scanlon, A. (2016). An evaluation of a structured learning program as a component of the clinical practicum in undergraduate nurse education: A repeated measures analysis Nurse Education Today. 36 (1) 172–177.

Jarvis, C. (2016). Neurological System. In Scanlon. A (Ed.), Jarvis's physical examination & health assessment: ANZ adaptation / C. Jarvis ; H. Forbes ; E. Watt. Chatswood, N.S.W. Elsevier Australia

Scanlon, A., Honig, J., Barnes, K., & Smolowitz, J. (2015). Building the next generation of advanced practice nurses through clinical education & faculty practice. Three International perspectives. Clinical Scholars Review: The Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice.8 (2) 247-259.

Scanlon, A. (2015). Doctor of Nursing Practice: Australia. Clinical Scholars Review: The Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice. 8 (1) 98-101.

Martin L., Murphy M. Scanlon A., Clark D., Farouque O. (2015). The Impact on Long Term Health Outcomes for STEMI Patients during a period of Process Change to Reduce Door to Balloon Time. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 15 (3), e37-44.

Scanlon, A., Perea, C., Gonzalvo, G., and Fabinyi G. (2015). Development of a Nurse Practitioner led Carpal Tunnel Syndrome clinic. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing. Mar-May; 32 (3):42-47

Kleinpell, R., Scanlon, A., Hibbert, D., DeKeyser Ganz, F., Wong, F., & Fraser, D. (2014). Addressing Issues Impacting Advanced Nursing Practice Worldwide. OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing. 19 (2).

Scanlon, A. (2014). Chapter 16. Stroke (Cerebrovascular Accident). In E. Chang & A. Johnson (Eds.). Chronic illness & Disability: Principles for nursing practice. (2nd edition, pp. 314-328). Chatswood, N.S.W: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier

.Martin L., Murphy M. Scanlon A., Clark D., Farouque, O. (2014). Timely Treatment for Acute Myocardial Infarction & Health Outcomes: A Critical Review of the Literature. Australian Critical Care. 27 (3): 111-118.

Scanlon, A. (2013). The introduction of a nurse practitioner model of care into an Australian outpatient setting. Clinical Scholars Review: The Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice. 6(2)138-144.

Scanlon, A. & Murphy, M. (2012). A perspective on Medical futility in the care of the non-competent terminally ill patient: Nursing considerations & responsibilities. Australian critical care: official journal of the Confederation of Australian Critical Care Nurses (12) 150-156.

Scanlon, A., Cashin, A, Watson, N., & Bryce, J. (2012). Advanced nursing practice hours as part of endorsement requirements for nurse practitioners in Australia: A definitional conundrum. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. 24 (11) 649–659.

Crisp, J. Rebeiro, G. & Douglas, C. (2012). Chapter 26. Sensory Alterations. In Scanlon. A (Ed.), Potter & Perry’s Fundamentals of Nursing. Chatswood, N.S.W. Elsevier Australia.

Jarvis, C. (2011). Chapter 22. Neurological System. In Scanlon, A. (Ed.), Jarvis's physical examination & health assessment: ANZ adaptation / C. Jarvis; H. Forbes ; E. Watt (pp. 575-643). Chatswood, N.S.W. Elsevier Australia

Watt, E., Murphy, M., Pascoe, E., Scanlon, A., & Gan, S. (2011). An evaluation of a structured learning programme as a component of the clinical practicum in final year bachelor of nursing programme: a pre–post test analysis. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 20(15-16):2286-9.

Scanlon, A. (2011). Translation of the Doctor of Nursing Practice into Australian Neurosurgery Nurse Practitioner Candidate Practice. Clinical Scholars Review: The Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 4 (1), 44-50.

Murphy, M., & Scanlon, A. (2011). A randomised controlled study suggesting equivalence between full face vs. nasal high flow oxygen delivery on health outcomes. Australian critical care: official journal of the Confederation of Australian Critical Care Nurses, 24(2), 139-141.

Scanlon, A. & Watt, E. (2010). Developing the clinical mentor role through e-learning. Journal for Nurses in Staff Development. 26 (5) 220-220.

Scanlon, A. & Sheets-Cook, S. (2010). Febrile seizures, Generalized (Genetic) Epilepsy with Febrile Seizures plus & Dravet’s syndrome. Journal for Specialists in Paediatric Nursing. 15 (2) 154-159.

Scanlon, A. & Maffie, J. (2009). Carpal tunnel syndrome. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 41(3), 140-147.  

Older publications

Scanlon, A. (2008). Towards neurosurgery nurse practitioner part 1. The journey so far. Australasian Journal of Neuroscience, 19 (1), 13-18

Scanlon, A., Clark, E. & McGuiness, W. (2008). Acute (adult clinical inpatient) care nurses' attitudes towards and knowledge of nationally endorsed 5As smoking cessation guidelines. Contemporary Nurse, 29 (1), 80-91.

Scanlon, A. & Lee, G. (2007). The use of the term "vulnerability" in acute care. Why does it differ and what does it mean? Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing. Mar-May; 24(3): 54-9.

Scanlon, A. (2007). Critical appraisal of systematic review for nursing practice. Australasian Journal of Neuroscience. 18 (1) 8-14

Scanlon, A. (2006). Nursing and the 5As guideline to smoking cessation interventions. Australian Nursing Journal. 14 (5) 25-28.

Scanlon, A. (2004). Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage. Part 1. Pre-operative Nursing Management. Diagnosis, complications, and treatment. A Composite Case Study. Contemporary Nurse. 17. (1-2). 80-88.

Scanlon, A. (2004). Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage Part 2. Post-operative Nursing Management. Diagnosis, complications and treatment. A Composite Case Study. Contemporary Nurse. 17(3) 274-28.

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