Miss Rebecca Munt

Position/s:Lecturer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Phone: +61 8 82015749
Email:
Location: Sturt West Wing (W402)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Qualifications

Bachelor of Nursing (Honours), Graduate Certificate in Education (Higher Ed), PhD candidate, Acute Care Course

Honours, awards and grants

2013 Awarded Best Oral Presenter at 2013 ADS-ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting Sydney by ADEA and BD
2010 Australian Safer Communities Awards Ceremony - 'Staying safe and healthy at Adelaide Schoolies Festival' High Commendation Award presented to Flinders University Centre for Disaster Resilience and Health Team - Dr Alison Hutton, Ms Rebecca Munt, Ms Allison Roderick, Dr Lynette Cusack and Prof Paul Arbon.
2009 Awarded First Class Honours
2007 School of Nursing and Midwifery Honours Scholarship

Teaching

Teaching interests

Acute and critical care, Diabetes management and education, Chronic condition self management

Topic Coordinator:

Topic Lecturer:

Research and supervision

Research interests

Self management of Type 1 Diabetes in the Acute Care Setting
Chronic condition self management
Primary Health Care - Social, Equity and Access and Nursing roles
Young people staying safe and health at Mass Gatherings

Supervisory interests

  • Chronic condition self-managment support
  • Diabetes and chronic disease management
  • Diabetes education

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor: Diabetes Managment and Education (2);

Publications

Refereed journal articles
  • Pront, L., Kelton, M., Munt, R. and Hutton, A. (2013). Living and learning in a rural environment: A nursing student perspective. Nurse Education Today, 33(3) pp. 281-285. [10.1016/j.nedt.2012.05.026]
  • King, M., King, L., Willis, E., Munt, R. and Semmens, F. (2013). Issues that impact on Aboriginal Health Workers' and Registered Nurses' provision of diabetes health care in rural and remote health settings. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 21(6) pp. 306-312. [10.1111/ajr.12062]
  • Hutton, A.E., Roderick, A., Munt, R., Mayner, L., Kako, M. and Arbon, P. (2012). Celebrating the end of school life: A pilot study. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 27(1) pp. 13-17. [10.1017/S1049023X11006765]
  • Hutton, A.E., Munt, R., Aylmer, C. and Deatrick, J. (2012). Using the Family Management Measure in Australia. Neonatal, Paediatric and Child Health Nursing, 15(2) pp. 17-25. [Link]
  • King, M., King, L., Willis, E.M., Munt, R.L. and Semmens, F. (2012). The experiences of remote and rural Aboriginal Health Workers and Registered Nurses who undertook a postgraduate diabetes course to improve the health of Indigenous Australians. Contemporary Nurse, 42(1) pp. 107-117.
  • Munt, R.L. and Hutton, A. (2012). Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) self management in hospital; is it possible? A literature review. Contemporary Nurse, 40(2) pp. 179-193. [10.5172/conu.2012.40.2.179]
  • Hutton, A.E., Munt, R.L., Zeitz, K.M., Cusack, L., Kako, M. and Arbon, P.A. (2010). Piloting a mass gathering conceptual framework at an Adelaide Schoolies Festival. Collegian, 17(4) pp. 183-191. [10.1016/j.colegn.2010.09.005]
  • Hutton, A.E., Roderick, A.B. and Munt, R.L. (2010). Lessons learned at World Youth Day: Collecting data and using postcards at a mass gatherings. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 25(3) pp. 273-277.
  • Wotton, K.G., Crannitch, K. and Munt, R.L. (2008). Prevalence, risk factors and strategies to prevent dehydration in older adults. Contemporary Nurse, 31(1) pp. 44-56. [Link]
  • King, M.N., Munt, R.L. and Tisato-Eastwood, A.A. (2007). The impact of a postgraduate diabetes course on the perceptions Aboriginal health workers and supervisors in South Australia. Contemporary Nurse, 25(1-2) pp. 82-93. [Link]

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Refereed journal articles
  • Pront, L., Kelton, M., Munt, R. and Hutton, A. (2013). Living and learning in a rural environment: A nursing student perspective. Nurse Education Today, 33(3) pp. 281-285. [10.1016/j.nedt.2012.05.026]
  • King, M., King, L., Willis, E., Munt, R. and Semmens, F. (2013). Issues that impact on Aboriginal Health Workers' and Registered Nurses' provision of diabetes health care in rural and remote health settings. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 21(6) pp. 306-312. [10.1111/ajr.12062]
  • Hutton, A.E., Roderick, A., Munt, R., Mayner, L., Kako, M. and Arbon, P. (2012). Celebrating the end of school life: A pilot study. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 27(1) pp. 13-17. [10.1017/S1049023X11006765]
  • Hutton, A.E., Munt, R., Aylmer, C. and Deatrick, J. (2012). Using the Family Management Measure in Australia. Neonatal, Paediatric and Child Health Nursing, 15(2) pp. 17-25. [Link]
  • King, M., King, L., Willis, E.M., Munt, R.L. and Semmens, F. (2012). The experiences of remote and rural Aboriginal Health Workers and Registered Nurses who undertook a postgraduate diabetes course to improve the health of Indigenous Australians. Contemporary Nurse, 42(1) pp. 107-117.
  • Munt, R.L. and Hutton, A. (2012). Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) self management in hospital; is it possible? A literature review. Contemporary Nurse, 40(2) pp. 179-193. [10.5172/conu.2012.40.2.179]
  • Hutton, A.E., Munt, R.L., Zeitz, K.M., Cusack, L., Kako, M. and Arbon, P.A. (2010). Piloting a mass gathering conceptual framework at an Adelaide Schoolies Festival. Collegian, 17(4) pp. 183-191. [10.1016/j.colegn.2010.09.005]
  • Hutton, A.E., Roderick, A.B. and Munt, R.L. (2010). Lessons learned at World Youth Day: Collecting data and using postcards at a mass gatherings. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 25(3) pp. 273-277.
  • Wotton, K.G., Crannitch, K. and Munt, R.L. (2008). Prevalence, risk factors and strategies to prevent dehydration in older adults. Contemporary Nurse, 31(1) pp. 44-56. [Link]
  • King, M.N., Munt, R.L. and Tisato-Eastwood, A.A. (2007). The impact of a postgraduate diabetes course on the perceptions Aboriginal health workers and supervisors in South Australia. Contemporary Nurse, 25(1-2) pp. 82-93. [Link]
Journal articles
  • Munt, R.L. (2010). Self - management of Type 1 Diabetes in the acute care setting. Diabetes Management Journal, 30(March) pp. 34-34.
Conference publications
  • Munt, R., Henderson, J., Wilson, C., Crotty, M. and Roberts, L. (2013). Social barriers and enablers to Type 2 diabetes self-management: the role of capital. International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Congress 2013. Melbourne. Dec 2013.
  • Munt, R., King, L., King, M. and Willis, E. (2013). Issues in the provision of diabetes health care in a rural health settings. International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Congress. Melbourne. Dec 2013.
  • Munt, R., Henderson, J., Wilson, C., Crotty, M. and Roberts, L. (2013). Social barriers and enablers to Type 2 diabetes self-management: the role of capital. ADS/ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting. Sydney. Aug 2013. [Link]
  • Munt, R., King, L., King, M. and Willis, E. (2013). Rural and remote Registered Nurses' and Aboriginal Health Workers' experience having undertaken a specialist diabetes course. International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Congress. Melbourne. Dec 2013.
  • Munt, R.L. (2013). Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus management in hospital: the person's experience. International Diabetes Federation Conference: IDF. International Diabetes Federation. Melbourne, Victoria. Dec 2013.
  • Munt, R.L. (2013). Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus management in hospital: the person's experience. ADS/ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting. Sydney, Australia. Aug 2013.
  • King, M., King, L., Willis, E., Munt, R. and Semmens, F. (2011). Rural and remote Registered Nurses and Aboriginal Health Workers experiences having undertaken a specialist diabetes course and its influences on the diabetes health care of Aboriginal people. In 2011 ADS-ADEA Conference. ADS-ADEA (Australian Diabetes Society - Australian Diabetes Educators Association) Annual Scientific meeting. Perth, Western Australia. Aug 2011.
  • Munt, R.L. (2010). Understanding people with diabetes, not just diabetes: a holistic perspective of diabetes management in hospital. In ADEA Symposium - Forgotten management: The hospitalised patinet with Diabetes. ADS/ADEA Annual Scientific Meeting. Sydney, NSW, Australia. Sep 2010.
  • Hutton, A.E., Roderick, A.B., Munt, R.L. and Arbon, P.A. (2009). Schoolies Festival- a pilot study : what do young people do to stay safe and healthy at crowded events? In Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. United States: World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Safar Center, University of Pittsburgh. 16th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine Conference. Victoria, Canada. May 2009, pp. S41-S41.

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Professional and community engagement

Member:

Australian Diabetes Educator Association (ADEA)
The Australian Diabetes Society (ADS)
Australian College of Nursing (ACN)
Diabetes SA
St John's

Professional member:

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Association (POSAA)

Volunteer:
Diabetes Counselling Online
Family Voice Forum



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