Professor Wendy Hu

Professor Wendy Hu

Associate Dean, Academic, Learning & Innovation,
Dean's Unit - School of Medicine

Associate Dean, Academic, Learning & Innovation,
Dean's Unit - School of Medicine

Chair of Medical Education,
School of Medicine

Biography

Wendy graduated with the University Medal in Medicine from the University of Sydney in 1986 and went on to specialise in General Practice with special interests in Child Health. She has postgraduate qualifications in paediatrics, health administration and general practice. Since 1989 Wendy has worked at the Children's Hospital at Westmead as a clinician, researcher, administrator and educator. Her career in medical education began by co-authoring a textbook based on her experiences working in Emergency Department ambulatory paediatrics. In 2009, Wendy was appointed Director of Education. In this role she oversaw education and training for all staff, and the development of the hospital’s education facilities, including the first high fidelity paediatric simulation centre in Australasia. Wendy maintains her clinical practice as a medical officer in hospital's paediatric refugee health clinic.

Wendy joined the School of Medicine as Associate Professor of General Practice in 2010. She was appointed Chair and Professor of Medical Education in 2012, and became Associate Dean (Learning and Innovation) in 2016. Wendy's PhD, supported by an NHMRC Scholarship, examined uncertainty and risk in clinical decision making. Her research interests and expertise include qualitative and mixed methods research, educational leadership and management, research training, faculty development, and the experiences of students, staff and consumers.

This information has been contributed by Professor Hu.

Qualifications

  • PhD University of Sydney
  • MHA University of New South Wales
  • DipPaed University of New South Wales
  • MBBS (Hons) University of Sydney

Professional Memberships

  • ANZAHPE (2008 - 2016)
  • AMEE (2012 - 2016)

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Dean's Unit - School of Medicine
  • Dean's Unit - School of Medicine
  • School of Medicine

Committees

  • BMC Medical Education

Contact

Email: W.Hu@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: n/a
Mobile: 0438407971
Location: 30.3.25
Campbelltown

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Publications

Chapters in Books

  • Bishop, J., Horton, G., Hu, W. and Vogan, C. (2019), 'Supporting learner well-being', Understanding Medical Education: Evidence, Theory, and Practice, Wiley-Blackwell 9781119373827.
  • Hu, W. and Grbich, C. (2009), 'Student, Supervisor, Researcher, Researched: Relationships and the Qualitative Research Journey', Qualitative Journeys: Student and Mentor Experiences with Research, Sage Publishers 9781412956765.

Journal Articles

  • Olupeliyawa, A., Venkateswaran, S., Wai, N., Mendis, K., Flynn, E. and Hu, W. (2020), 'Transferability of faculty development resources', The Clinical Teacher, vol 17, no 1 , pp 86 - 91.
  • Burns, P., Douglas, K., Hu, W., Aitken, P. and Raphael, B. (2020), 'General practitioners in the field : a qualitative study of general practitioners' experiences in disaster healthcare', Australian Journal of General Practice, vol 49, no 3 , pp 132 - 139.
  • Abbott, P., Brooker, R., Hu, W., Hampton, S. and Reath, J. (2020), '[In Press] "I just had no idea what it was like to be in prison and what might be helpful" : educator and learner views on clinical placements in correctional health', Teaching and Learning in Medicine, .
  • El Haddad, C., Hegazi, I. and Hu, W. (2020), '[In Press] Understanding patient expectations of health care : a qualitative study', Journal of Patient Experience, .
  • Lyon, A., Tan, L., Abbott, P., Hu, W. and Reath, J. (2019), 'Linguistically diverse general practice teaching', The Clinical Teacher, vol 16, no 5 , pp 468 - 473.
  • O?Brien, B., Irby, D., Durning, S., Hamstra, S., Hu, W., Gruppen, L. and Varpio, L. (2019), 'Boyer and beyond : an interview study of health professions education scholarship units in the United States and a synthetic framework for scholarship at the unit level', Academic Medicine, vol 94, no 6 , pp 893 - 901.
  • Griffin, B., Auton, J., Duvivier, R., Shulruf, B. and Hu, W. (2019), 'Applicants to medical school : if at first they don't succeed, who tries again and are they successful?', Advances in Health Sciences Education, vol 24, no 1 , pp 33 - 43.
  • Hussein, R., Salamonson, Y., Hu, W. and Everett, B. (2019), 'Clinical supervision and ward orientation predict new graduate nurses' intention to work in critical care : findings from a prospective observational study', Australian Critical Care, vol 32, no 5 , pp 397 - 402.
  • Hu, W., Woodward-Kron, R. and Flynn, E. (2019), 'Educator as diagnostician, judge and confidant : a positioning analysis of medical student support encounters', Advances in Health Sciences Education, vol 24 , pp 707 - 724.
  • Atherley, A., Dolmans, D., Hu, W., Hegazi, I., Alexander, S. and Teunissen, P. (2019), 'Beyond the struggles : a scoping review on the transition to undergraduate clinical training', Medical Education, vol 53, no 6 , pp 559 - 570.
  • Griffin, B. and Hu, W. (2019), 'Parental career expectations : effect on medical students' career attitudes over time', Medical Education, vol 53, no 6 , pp 584 - 592.
  • Kemp, S., Hu, W., Bishop, J., Forrest, K., Hudson, J., Wilson, I., Teodorczuk, A., Rogers, G., Roberts, C. and Wearn, A. (2019), 'Medical student wellbeing : a consensus statement from Australia and New Zealand', BMC Medical Education, vol 19, no 1 .
  • Burns, P., Douglas, K. and Hu, W. (2019), 'Primary care in disasters : opportunity to address a hidden burden of health care', Medical Journal of Australia, vol 210, no 7 , pp 297 - 2991.
  • Karthikeyan, S., O'Connor, E. and Hu, W. (2019), 'Barriers and facilitators to writing quality items for medical school assessments : a scoping review', BMC Medical Education, vol 19, no 1 .
  • Mogensen, L. and Hu, W. (2019), '"A doctor who really knows..." : a survey of community perspectives on medical students and practitioners with disability', BMC Medical Education, vol 19 .
  • Hussein, R., Salamonson, Y., Everett, B., Hu, W. and Ramjan, L. (2019), 'Good clinical support transforms the experience of new graduates and promotes quality care : a qualitative study', Journal of Nursing Management, vol 27, no 8 , pp 1809 - 1817.
  • Humphrey-Murto, S., O?Brien, B., Irby, D., Vleuten, C., Cate, O., Durning, S., Gruppen, L., Hamstra, S., Hu, W. and Varpio, L. (2019), '[In Press] 14 years later : a follow-up case-study analysis of 8 health professions education scholarship units', Academic Medicine, .
  • Brooker, R., Hu, W., Reath, J. and Abbott, P. (2018), 'Medical student experiences in prison health services and social cognitive career choice : a qualitative study', BMC Medical Education, vol 18, no 1 .
  • Griffin, B., Bayl-Smith, P. and Hu, W. (2018), 'Predicting patterns of change and stability in student performance across a medical degree', Medical Education, vol 52, no 4 , pp 438 - 446.
  • Shrewsbury, D., Mogensen, L. and Hu, W. (2018), 'Problematizing medical students with disabilities : a critical policy analysis', MedEdPublish, vol 7, no 1 .
  • Griffin, B., Auton, J., Duvivier, R., Shulruf, B. and Hu, W. (2018), 'Multiple mini interviews : revealing similarities across institutions', BMC Medical Education, vol 18, no 1 .
  • Oates, R., Wilson, I., Hu, W., Walker, B., Nagle, A. and Wiley, J. (2018), 'Changing medical student attitudes to patient safety : a multicentre study', BMC Medical Education, vol 18 .
  • Watt, K., Hu, W., Magin, P. and Abbott, P. (2018), '"Imagine if I'm not here, what they're going to do?" : health-care access and culturally and linguistically diverse women in prison', Health Expectations, vol 21, no 6 , pp 1159 - 1170.
  • Griffin, B., Bayl-Smith, P., Duvivier, R., Shulruf, B. and Hu, W. (2018), 'Retest effects in medical selection interviews', Medical Education, vol 53, no 2 , pp 175 - 183.
  • Abbott, P., DiGiacomo, M., Magin, P. and Hu, W. (2018), 'A scoping review of qualitative research methods used with people in prison', International Journal of Qualitative Methods, vol 17, no 1 .
  • Hu, W., Flynn, E., Mann, R. and Woodward-Kron, R. (2017), 'From paperwork to parenting : experiences of professional staff in student support', Medical Education, vol 51, no 3 , pp 290 - 301.
  • Griffin, B., Porfeli, E. and Hu, W. (2017), 'Who do you think you are? : medical student socioeconomic status and intention to work in underserved areas', Advances in Health Sciences Education, vol 22, no 2 , pp 491 - 504.
  • El Haddad, C., Damodaran, A., McNeil, H. and Hu, W. (2017), 'A patient-centered approach to developing entrustable professional activities', Academic Medicine, vol 92, no 6 , pp 800 - 808.
  • Varpio, L., Gruppen, L., Hu, W., O'Brien, B., Cate, O., Humphrey-Murto, S., Irby, D., Vleuten, C., Hamstra, S. and Durning, S. (2017), 'Working definitions of the roles and an organizational structure in health professions education scholarship : initiating an international conversation', Academic Medicine, vol 92, no 2 , pp 205 - 208.
  • Cho, K., Marjadi, B., Langendyk, V. and Hu, W. (2017), 'Medical student changes in self-regulated learning during the transition to the clinical environment', BMC Medical Education, vol 17, no 1 .
  • Varpio, L., O?Brien, B., Hu, W., Cate, O., Durning, S., Vleuten, C., Gruppen, L., Irby, D., Humphrey-Murto, S. and Hamstra, S. (2017), 'Exploring the institutional logics of health professions education scholarship units', Medical Education, vol 51, no 7 , pp 755 - 767.
  • Abbott, P., Magin, P., Lujic, S. and Hu, W. (2017), 'Supporting continuity of care between prison and the community for women in prison : a medical record review', Australian Health Review, vol 41, no 3 , pp 268 - 276.
  • Hussein, R., Everett, B., Ramjan, L., Hu, W. and Salamonson, Y. (2017), 'New graduate nurses' experiences in a clinical specialty : a follow up study of newcomer perceptions of transitional support', BMC Nursing, vol 16 .
  • Abbott, P., Magin, P., Davison, J. and Hu, W. (2017), 'Medical homelessness and candidacy : women transiting between prison and community health care', International Journal for Equity in Health, vol 16 .
  • Varpio, L., O'Brien, B., Durning, S., Vleuten, C., Gruppen, L., Cate, O., Humphrey-Murto, S., Irby, D., Hamstra, S. and Hu, W. (2017), 'Health professions education scholarship unit leaders as institutional entrepreneurs', Academic Medicine, vol 92, no 8 , pp 1189 - 1195.
  • Cho, K., Marjadi, B., Langendyk, V. and Hu, W. (2017), 'The self-regulated learning of medical students in the clinical environment : a scoping review', BMC Medical Education, vol 17, no 1 .
  • Hussein, R., Everett, B., Hu, W., Smith, A., Thornton, A., Chang, S. and Salamonson, Y. (2016), 'Predictors of new graduate nurses' satisfaction with their transitional support programme', Journal of Nursing Management, vol 24, no 3 , pp 319 - 326.
  • El Haddad, C., Damodaran, A., McNeil, H. and Hu, W. (2016), 'The ABCs of Entrustable Professional Activities : an overview of 'Entrustable Professional Activities' in medical education', Internal Medicine Journal, vol 46, no 9 , pp 1006 - 1010.
  • Ung, A., Salamonson, Y., Hu, W. and Gallego, G. (2016), 'Assessing knowledge, perceptions and attitudes to pain management among medical and nursing students : a review of the literature', British Journal of Pain, vol 10, no 1 , pp 8 - 21.
  • Flynn, E., Woodward-Kron, R. and Hu, W. (2016), 'Training for staff who support students', Clinical Teacher, vol 13, no 1 , pp 63 - 68.
  • Surmon, L., Bialocerkowski, A. and Hu, W. (2016), 'Perceptions of preparedness for the first medical clerkship : a systematic review and synthesis', BMC Medical Education, vol 16, no 89 .
  • Reath, J., Abbott, P., Dadich, A., Hosseinzadeh, H., Hu, W., Kang, M., Usherwood, T., Murray, C. and Bourne, C. (2016), 'Evaluation of a sexually transmissible infections education program : lessons for general practice learning', Australian Family Physician, vol 45, no 3 , pp 123 - 128.
  • Abbott, P., Gunasekera, H., Leach, A., Askew, D., Walsh, R., Girosi, F., Lujic, S., Hu, W., Reath, J. and et al, .. (2016), 'A multi-centre open-label randomized non-inferiority trial comparing watchful waiting to antibiotic treatment for acute otitus media without perforation in low-risk urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children (the WATCH trial) : study protocol for a randomised controlled trial', Trials, vol 17 .
  • Weston, K., Mullan, J., Hu, W., Thomson, C., Rich, W., Knight-Billington, P., Marjadi, B. and McLennan, P. (2016), 'Academic guidance in medical student research : how well do supervisors and students understand the ethics of human research?', Journal of Academic Ethics, vol 14, no 2 , pp 87 - 102.
  • Kwan, J., Crampton, R., Mogensen, L., Weaver, R., Vleuten, C. and Hu, W. (2016), 'Bridging the gap : a five stage approach for developing specialty-specific entrustable professional activities', BMC Medical Education, vol 16, no 1 .
  • Abbott, P., Magin, P. and Hu, W. (2016), 'Healthcare delivery for women in prison : a medical record review', Australian Journal of Primary Health, vol 22, no 6 , pp 523 - 529.
  • Yoon, M., El Haddad, C., Durning, S. and Hu, W. (2016), 'Coaching early-career educators in the health professions', Clinical Teacher, vol 13, no 4 , pp 251 - 256.
  • Abbott, P., Davison, J., Magin, P. and Hu, W. (2016), ''If they're your doctor, they should care about you' : women on release from prison and general practitioners', Australian Family Physician, vol 45, no 10 , pp 728 - 732.
  • Griffin, B. and Hu, W. (2015), 'The interaction of socio-economic status and gender in widening participation in medicine', Medical Education, vol 49, no 1 , pp 103 - 113.
  • Wilkinson, T., Hudson, J., McColl, G., Hu, W., Jolly, B. and Schuwirth, L. (2015), 'Medical school benchmarking : from tools to programmes', Medical Teacher, vol 37, no 2 , pp 146 - 152.
  • Rosenkranz, S., Wang, S. and Hu, W. (2015), 'Motivating medical students to do research : a mixed methods study using Self-Determination Theory', BMC Medical Education, vol 15, no 1 .
  • Hu, W., Thistlethwaite, J., Weller, J., Gallego, G., Monteith, J. and McColl, G. (2015), ''It was serendipity' : a qualitative study of academic careers in medical education', Medical Education, vol 49, no 11 , pp 1124 - 1136.
  • Hu, W. and Little, M. (2015), 'So what's the problem? : reflection and reflexivity as agents of change', Medical Education, vol 49, no 12 , pp 1181 - 1183.
  • Dadich, A., Hosseinzadeh, H., Abbott, P., Hu, W., Usherwood, T., Kang, M., Bourne, C., Murray, C. and Reath, J. (2014), 'Improving sexual healthcare in general practice', British Journal of Healthcare Management, vol 20, no 7 , pp 344 - 349.
  • Abbott, P., Reath, J., Rosenkranz, S., Usherwood, T. and Hu, W. (2014), 'Increasing GP supervisor research skills : enhancing clinical practice and teaching', Australian Family Physician, vol 43, no 5 , pp 327 - 330.
  • Tan, L., Hu, W. and Brooker, R. (2014), 'Patient-initiated camera phone images in general practice : a qualitative study of illustrated narratives', British Journal of General Practice, vol 64, no 622 , pp 290 - 294.
  • Abbott, P., Reath, J., Gordon, E., Dave, D., Harnden, C., Hu, W., Kozianski, E. and Carriage, C. (2014), 'General Practitioner Supervisor assessment and teaching of Registrars consulting with Aboriginal patients : is cultural competence adequately considered?', BMC Medical Education, vol 14, no 1 .
  • Abbott, P., Rosenkranz, S., Hu, W., Gunasekera, H. and Reath, J. (2014), 'The effect and acceptability of tympanometry and pneumatic otoscopy in general practitioner diagnosis and management of childhood ear disease', BMC Family Practice, vol 15, no 181 .
  • Abbott, P., Dadich, A., Hosseinzadeh, H., Kang, M., Hu, W., Bourne, C., Murray, C. and Reath, J. (2013), 'Practice nurses and sexual health care : enhancing team care within general practice', Australian Family Physician, vol 42, no 10 , pp 729 - 733.
  • Skapetis, T., Gerzina, T., Hu, W. and Cameron, W. (2013), 'Effectiveness of a brief educational workshop intervention among primary care providers at 6 months : uptake of dental emergency supporting resources', Rural and Remote Health, vol 13, no 2286 , pp 2286 - 2286.
  • Skapetis, T., Gerzina, T. and Hu, W. (2012), 'Can a four-hour interactive workshop on the management of dental emergencies be effective in improving self reported levels of clinician proficiency?', Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, vol 15, no 1 , pp 14 - 22.
  • Rosenkranz, S., Abbott, P., Reath, J., Gunasekera, H. and Hu, W. (2012), 'Promoting diagnostic accuracy in general practitioner management of otitis media in children : findings from a multimodal, interactive workshop on tympanometry and pneumatic otoscopy', Quality in Primary Care, vol 20, no 4 , pp 275 - 285.
  • Skapetis, T., Gerzina, T. and Hu, W. (2012), 'Managing dental emergencies : a descriptive study of the effects of a multimodal educational intervention for primary care providers at six months', BMC Medical Education, vol 12, no 1 .
  • Iedema, R. and Hu, W. (2012), 'Hands-on hands-off : a model of effective supervision', Internal Medicine Journal, vol 42, no Suppl. 2 , pp 30 - 30.
  • Skapetis, T., Gerzina, T. and Hu, W. (2011), 'Review article: Management of dental emergencies by medical practitioners: Recommendations for Australian education and training', Emergency Medicine Australasia, vol 23, no 2 , pp 142 - 152.
  • Monrouxe, L., Rees, C. and Hu, W. (2011), 'Differences in medical students' explicit discourses of professionalism : acting, representing, becoming', Medical Education, vol 45, no 6 , pp 585 - 602.
  • Lipworth, W., Davey, H., Carter, S., Hooker, C. and Hu, W. (2010), 'Beliefs and beyond : what can we learn from qualitative studies of lay people's understandings of cancer risk?', Health Expectations, vol 13, no 2 , pp 113 - 124.
  • Nguyen, M., Wainstein, B., Hu, W. and Ziegler, J. (2010), 'Parental satisfaction with oral peanut food challenges; perception of outcomes and impact on management of peanut allergy', Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, vol 21, no 8 , pp 1119 - 1126.
  • Kemp, A. and Hu, W. (2009), 'New action plans for the management of anaphylaxis', Australian Family Physician, vol 38, no 40575 , pp 31 - 35.
  • Hu, W., Loblay, R., Ziegler, J. and Kemp, A. (2008), 'Attributes and views of families with food allergic children recruited from allergy clinics and from a consumer organization', Pediatric Allergy & Immunology, , pp 264 - 269.
  • Hu, W., Katelaris, C. and Kemp, A. (2008), 'Allergic Rhinitis: Practical management strategies', Australian Family Physician, vol 37, no 4 , pp 214 - 220.
  • Hu, W., Grbich, C. and Kemp, A. (2008), 'When doctors disagree: a qualitative study of doctors' and parents' views on the risks of childhood food allergy', Health Expectations, vol 11, no 3 , pp 208 - 219.
  • Kemp, A. and Hu, W. (2008), 'Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis - dealing with uncertainty', Medical Journal of Australia, vol 188, no 9 , pp 503 - 504.

Conference Papers

  • Graves, J., Flynn, E., Woodward-Kron, R. and Hu, W. (2019), 'Supporting students to support peers : a qualitative interview study', Australia and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators. Conference, Canberra, A.C.T..
  • Hay, M., Warnecke, E., Hu, W., Griffin, B., Dulce, L., Lichtwark, I., Tran, S. and Mercer, M. (2015), 'The predictive validity of the UMAT : a multi-institutional study', Australasian Student Selection for the Health Professions Conference, Melbourne, Vic..
  • Wang, S., Surmon, L., Langendyk, V., Hegazi, I., Succar, T., Mason, G. and Hu, W. (2013), 'Application of Cytoscape to the analysis of diagrams of mechanisms underlying patient problems', ascilite Conference, Macquarie University.
  • Hyde, S., Roberts, C., Burn, D., Foster, K., Hu, W. and Chapman-Konarska, R. (2008), 'Mobile learning in a clinical environment - preparation for professional practice?', 13th Annual Ottawa International Conference on Clinical Competence, Melbourne, Australia.

Areas of Research / Teaching Expertise:

  • Qualitative and mixed methods research and program evaluation
  • Medical Education
    • Curriculum renewal, evaluation and quality improvement
    • Educational leadership and faculty development
  • Research capacity building and training
  • Lay and consumer perspectives on illness and healthcare

This information has been contributed by Professor Hu.

Current Projects

Title: A multi-centre randomised controlled trial to compare nasal balloon autoinflation versus no nasal balloon autoinflation for otitis media with effusion in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children (the INFLATE trial)
Funder:
  • National Health and Medical Research Council (ACRG)
Western Researchers: Penny Abbott, Jennifer Reath, Federico Girosi and Wendy Hu
Years: 2017-01-01 - 2020-12-31
ID: P00023308
Title: Professionalization, service and scholarship: an international comparative study of medical educators?careers in diverse contexts
Funder:
  • An International Association for Medical Education
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu and Nga Nguyen
Years: 2019-10-01 - 2020-09-30
ID: P00025925

Previous Projects

Title: Randomised controlled trial of antimicrobial treatment versus watchful waiting for acute otitis media without perforation in low risk Aboriginal children
Funder:
  • National Health and Medical Research Council (ACRG)
  • National Health and Medical Research Council (ACRG)
  • National Health and Medical Research Council (ACRG)
Western Researchers: Jennifer Reath, Penny Abbott, Federico Girosi and Wendy Hu
Years: 2013-10-01 - 2019-09-30
ID: P00020890
Title: Cultivating Safety: How Medical Schools and Hospitals can support continued learning in the workplace for Medical Graduates during their transition to internship, and improve safe practice
Funder:
  • Clinical Excellence Commission
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu
Years: 2014-08-18 - 2014-12-15
ID: P00022371
Title: Medical Education Workforce: The Missing Pipeline
Funder:
  • Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand Inc
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu
Years: 2013-07-01 - 2015-10-31
ID: P00021666
Title: The health needs, pre-release planning and experiences of women on release from custody and their engagement with general practice in the community
Funder:
  • Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Western Researchers: Penny Abbott, Wendy Hu and Parker Magin
Years: 2014-01-30 - 2016-07-31
ID: P00021960
Title: Supporting staff who support students: a narrative study and intervention for health care settings
Funder:
  • Australian Collaborative Education Network
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu
Years: 2012-07-02 - 2014-01-31
ID: P00021047
Title: An Evidence-Based Model of Clinical Assessment Workload in the Health Professions
Funder:
  • Health Workforce Australia
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu, Yenna Salamonson, Lee Zakrzewski and Verona Du Toit
Years: 2012-09-26 - 2013-12-13
ID: P00021074
Title: Equity and Medical Education (EME) [via Uni of Newcastle - no funding to Western Sydney Uni]
Funder:
  • Department of Education and Training (non ACRG)
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu
Years: 2016-07-29 - 2017-03-31
ID: P00023146
Title: Medical students and doctors with disabilities in the Australian health care system
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Lise Mogensen and Wendy Hu
Years: 2014-09-16 - 2016-12-31
ID: P00022357
Title: Assessment for Learning: An Interprofessional Tool for Appraising the Quality of Clinical Placements
Funder:
  • Health Education and Training Institute
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu
Years: 2014-08-19 - 2014-11-30
ID: P00022441
Title: Selection in a school leaver population: comparing three different processes in one pool of applicants [via Monash Uni]
Funder:
  • Australian Council for Educational Research
Western Researchers: Barbara Griffin and Wendy Hu
Years: 2015-11-02 - 2019-02-28
ID: P00023075
Title: Randomised controlled trial of antimicrobial treatment versus watchful waiting for acute otitis media without perforation in low risk Aboriginal children
Funder:
  • University of Sydney
Western Researchers: Jennifer Reath, Federico Girosi and Wendy Hu
Years: 2016-09-06 - 2017-08-29
ID: P00023731
Title: Improving Care for Patients with Low Back Pain: the role of Entrustable Professional Activities
Funder:
  • Health Administration Corporation
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu and Iman Hegazi
Years: 2017-05-10 - 2019-12-30
ID: P00024150
Title: "They do tell you a lot": An action research study to support staff who support students
Funder:
  • Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu
Years: 2012-10-11 - 2014-01-28
ID: P00021188
Title: adolescent health choices: A Pilot study
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Erin Mathieu and Wendy Hu
Years: 2012-10-24 - 2014-11-05
ID: P00021124
Title: Process and an impact evaluation of resources and training programs developed in the NSW STI Programs Unit General Practice Project
Funder:
  • NSW Department of Health
Western Researchers: Ann Dadich, Jennifer Reath, Wendy Hu and Penny Abbott
Years: 2011-01-11 - 2012-12-30
ID: P00019630
Title: Interprofessional Assessment of Clinical Skills: Comparing Expert Judgements from Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy.
Funder:
  • University of Western Sydney
Western Researchers: Wendy Hu and Ian Wilson
Years: 2010-11-02 - 2012-06-30
ID: P00019248

Supervision

Professor Hu is available to be a principal supervisor for doctoral projects

Current Supervision

Thesis Title: Develop a Sound Understanding of Nursing Clinical Supervision
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: Improving Care for Patients with Low Back Pain: the role of Entrustable Professional Activities
Field of Research:
Thesis Title: General Practitioners and Health Care for Women Released from Custody
Field of Research:

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