Dr Emily Haesler

PhD, BN, P Grad Dip Adv Nurs (gerontics)

Honorary Senior Lecturer, ANU College of Health and Medicine

Associate Professor Curtin University

Honorary Associate La Trobe University

Emily is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Academic Unit of General Practice where she works with the research team on topics related to medical education, obesity management and doctor empathy. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Curtin University and works within the Western Australian Group for Evidence Informed Healthcare Practice, Wound Healing and Management node. Emily works with peak international wound care bodies developing and disseminating evidence-based guidelines in wound management, most notably the International Pressure Injury guideline that is used as the standard of pressure injury prevention and treatment in more than 40 countries.  She is also an Honorary Associate at La Trobe University within the Australian Centre for Evidence Based Aged Care where she works on aged care research with a focus on dementia management, staff-family relationships and sexuality in older adults.

Research:

Areas of expertise:

  • Wound and prevention and management
  • Dementia-specific aged care
  • Sexuality in older age
  • Staff-family relationships
  • Patient participation in health
  • Clinical guidelines
  • Doctor empathy
  • Vertical integration in medical education

Research Interests:

  • Medical education research
  • Wound prevention and management
  • Pressure injury
  • Research software solutions

Publications

Recent peer reviewed journal publications (2017-2019)

Haesler E, Swanson T, Ousey K, Carville K. Clinical indicators of wound infection and biofilm: reaching international consensus. Journal of Wound Care, 2019 28(Supp3b):s4-s12.

Kottner J, Cuddigan J, Carville K, Blazer K, Berlowitz D, Law S, Litchford M, Mitchell P, Moore Z, Pittman J, Sigaudo-Roussel D, Chang Y-Y, Haesler E. Prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers/injuries: The protocol for the second update of the international Clinical Practice Guideline 2019. Journal of Tissue Viability, 2019. [epub ahead of print]

Bauer M, Haesler E, Fetherstonhaugh D, Organisational enablers and barriers to the recognition of older peoples’ sexuality in health and care settings: A systematic review. Journal of Nursing Management, 2019.

Haesler E, Ousey K, Evolution of the wound infection continuum. Wounds International, 2018; 19(4): 10-14.

Bauer M, Fetherstonhaugh D, Haesler E, Beattie E, Hill K, Poulos C. The impact of nurse and care staff education on functional ability of individuals with dementia living in aged care: A systematic review Nurse Education Today, 2018; 67:27-45.

Phillips N, Street M, Haesler E, Kent, B. Refining nursing assessment and management in the post-anaesthetic care unit: a new discharge criterial tool to minimise surgical patient risk. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2018: doi: 10.1111/jan.13779

Haesler E, Biological dressings: Collagen-based dressings. Wound Practice and Research, 2018 26(4):210-212.

Haesler E, Venous leg ulcers: Leg care: Elevation and skin hygiene. Wound Practice and Research, 2018 26(4):214-216.

Haesler E, Venous leg ulcers: Diagnostic tools for venous disease. Wound Practice and Research, 2018 26(4):212-214.

Haesler E, Carville K, Haesler PPriority issues for pressure injury research: an Australian consensus study. Nursing in Research and Health, 2018: doi: 10.1002/nur.21878.

Haesler E, Cuddigan J, Kottner J, Carville K. Consumer engagement in wound care guideline development: An international approach 2018; Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 2018; 26(3):42.

Sturgiss E, Reiger E, Haesler E, Ridd M, Douglas K, Galvin S. Adaption and validation of the Working Alliance Inventory for General Practice: qualitative review and cross-sectional surveys. Family Practice, 2018; 1-7. doi:10.1093/fampra/cmy113.

Haesler E, Prevention of pressure injuries in individuals with overweight or obesity. Wound Practice and Research, 2018 26(3):158-161.

Willers J, Haesler E, Mildon G, Bull K. ADAMGel (aqueous dietary fibre antifreeze mix gel) made easy. Anaesthesia; 2018: 73(4):181.

Elmitt N, Sturgiss E, Haesler E, van Weel C, Douglas K. A scoping review of the role of GPs in the management of obesity. British Journal of General Practice, 2018; 68 (suppl 1): bjgp18X697289.

Haesler E, Skin care to reduce the risk of pressure injuries. Wound Practice and Research, 2018 26(3):156-157.

Sturgiss E, Elmitt N, Haesler E, van Weel C, Sargent, G. Douglas K. The role of the family doctor in the management of adults with obesity: a scoping review. BMJ Open, 2018; 8(2):e019367

Haesler E, Moisture associated skin damage: Classification and assessment. Wound Practice and Research, 2018 26(2):113-116.

Haesler E, Frescos N, Rayner R. The fundamental goal of wound prevention: recent best evidence. Wound Practice and Research, 2018; 26(1): 16-24.

Haesler E, Pressure injuries: Active support surfaces for preventing and treating pressure injuries. Wound Practice and Research, 2018; 26(1): 50-41.

Sturgiss E, Elmitt N, Haesler E, van Weel C, Douglas K. Feasibility and acceptability of a physician-delivered weight management programme, Family Practice, 2017; 34( 1): 43-48

Sturgiss E, Haesler E, Elmitt N, Douglas K, Obesity management in primary care, The Lancet, 2017; 389(10079): 1605

Sturgiss E, Haesler E, Elmitt N, van Weel C, Douglas K.  Increasing general practitioners’ confidence and self-efficacy in managing obesity: a mixed methods study. BMJ Open, 2017; 7(1)

Sturgiss E, Elmitt N, Haesler E, van Weel C, Douglas K. Feasibility and acceptability of a general practitioner-delivered weight management program. Family Practice, 2017; 34(1): 43-48.

Haesler E, Pressure Injuries: Preventing medical device related pressure injuries. Wound Practice and Research, 2017; 25(4): 214-216.

Haesler E, Preventing heel pressure injuries with prophylactic dressing. Wound Practice and Research, 2017; 25(4): 210-212.

Haesler E, Kottner J, Cuddigan J. The 2014 International Pressure Ulcer Guideline: Methods and development, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2017; 73(6):1515-1530. (IF 1.90)

Haesler E, Pressure injuries: Preventing heel pressure injuries with positioning. Wound Practice and Research, 2017; 25(4): 212-214.

Haesler E, White, W. Minimising wound-related pain: A discussion of traditional wound dressings and topical agents used in low-resource communities. Wound Practice and Research 2017; 25(3):138-144.

Haesler E, Watts R, Solomans T. Wound Management Low Resource Communities: Potato Peel Dressings. Wound Practice and Research 2017; 25(3):154-155.

Haesler E, Aloe vera gel for wound management in low resource communities. Wound Practice and Research 2017; 25(2):115-117.

Haesler E, Lymphoedema: Exercise. Wound Practice and Research, 2017; 25(1).

Carville K., Scott J, Haesler E. Standards for wound prevention and management. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 2017; 24(8):44.

Related sites:

Researchgate

Curtin University

ANU Research 

Contact:

Email:  Emily.Haesler@anu.edu.au

Phone: +61 2 5124 2946

Location:  Canberra Hospital, Bdg 4, Level 2, Garran ACT 2605

Centre:  Academic Unit of General Practice

Page last updated on: 7 May 2019