Jed Duff

Jed Duff

Resume

Associate Professor Duff describes himself as a ‘pracademic’ - someone who helps solve ‘real world’ healthcare problems by combining the views of practitioners and academics. Prior to his appointment at the University of Newcastle, Jed was a Senior Research Fellow at a major metropolitan hospital where he developed, tested, and implemented strategies to improve the uptake of evidence into practice; designed and ran multidisciplinary research; and mentored staff in evidence-based practice, practice improvement, and research methods. The primary aim of Jed’s research program is improving patient care through interdisciplinary health service research. His secondary aim is to significantly grow the number of frontline healthcare staff trained in implementation research and healthcare improvement methods.

Jed is actively engaged in the national and international nursing profession. He is a Fellow and immediate past President of the Australian Colleague of Perioperative Nurses; a former Board Member of the International Federation of Perioperative Nurses; and current Honorary Secretary of the Asian Perioperative Nurses Association. In recognition of his commitment to global nursing, Jed was chosen to join the International Council of Nursing’s Global Nursing Leadership Institute.