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Thomas Buckley

 Sydney Nursing School, University of Sydney, Australia


Dr Tom Buckley is an Associate Professor in the Critical/ Acute Care teaching and research team as well as Co-coordinator of the Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) and Master of Nursing (Clinical Nursing). Tom has been a registered nurse since 1991 and has practised in senior nursing positions in the UK, USA and Australia in specialties such as nephrology, intensive care and acute cardiology.

Tom is currently Chair of ANMAC Nurse Practitioner Accreditation Committee and recently co-lead the revision of the Australian Nurse Practitioner Standards of Practice in 2014. Tom performed the role of Clinical Lead (Nursing) for the Healthcare Professionals Prescribing Project with Health Workforce Australia (2012-2013) and is a former member of the National Prescribing Service: Educational Design and Support Expert Advisory Group (2008-2013).

Tom’s primary clinical research activity is in the study of psychological (e.g. bereavement, anger and work stress) and physical stressors (e.g. physical activity)and their impact on cardiovascular health risk. Additionally, he is an active researcher in aspects of nurse practitioner scope of practice. Tom has over 60 publications to date, including over 40 peer reviewed journal publications.

Tom has been an editorial Board member for Australian Critical Care since 2010 and commenced as Editor Australian Critical Care in July 2015 after successfully fulfilling the role of Guest Editor for the special edition on End of Life and Bereavement in May 2015.

Research Interest

Cardiovascular health in bereavement, Triggers of Acute Myocardial Infarction: role of heavy physical exertion, anger and respiratory infection, Risk reduction in bereavement and other stress states (eg anger, physical activity, respiratory infection etc), Complications following acute coronary interventions, Nurse practitioner prescribing behaviours, Syandards of practice for RNs and NPs, Patient assessment in emergency, Nurse initiated x-rays in emergency


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