Associate Professor Lynne Giddings
Associate Professor - Research
Phone: 921 7013
Email: email@example.comPhysical Address:
AUT North Shore Campus
90 Akoranga Drive
BA [Hons] – History; MN -Maternal-Child;
PhD – Nursing; RN, RM
Diploma of Massage Practitioners (NZATMP)
- Health Research
- Qualitative Research
- Social Justice Issues
- Mixed Methods Research
- Methodological Issues in Research
Research Areas:Social Justice, Gender & Diversity issues – healthcare inequalities, marginalisation, lesbian in/visibility within nursing, education and health care, heteronormativity in academe; Chronic Illness & Disability; Women’s Health; Oral Healthcare in the Elderly; Online Learning; Ethics & Research; Axiological issues & research; Methodological issues & research.
Research Summary:Lynne’s research interests are broad in terms of focus and methodology. Her work is strongly influenced by historical, critical, postmodern, and feminist philosophical and methodological approaches, especially those that use participatory methods. She is involved through publications and conference presentations in international debates concerning the use of mixed methods research, social justice issues within nursing, healthcare and education, and heteronormativity in academe.
Recent work on social justice has focused on health disparities and its link with the culture of nursing, and lesbian academics experience of heteronormativity in their working lives. Her interest in women’s health and chronic conditions combine in her study of women aging with chronic conditions and her investigation of oral health care in older people. Lynne lives with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and is active in research related to living with chronic conditions and disability and is a member of the Parkinson’s New Zealand Research Committee.
Current Research Projects:
Women ageing with a chronic condition
New directions in benchmarking sex and equality
Methodological: Feminist & feminist poststructural approaches, narrative inquiry, grounded theory, descriptive qualitative, mixed methods, hermeneutics, oral history and life history, discourse analysis
Current Research Projects: The place of values in the research process; Lesbian academics experience of heteronormativity in their working lives; How people living with a long term condition translate the information they receive from multiple health practitioners.
SELECTED SIGNIFICANT PUBLICATIONS
Roy, D. E., & Giddings, L. S. (2012). The experiences of women (65 -74 years) living with a long-term condition in the shadow of ageing. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(1), 181-190.
Giddings, L. S., & Pringle, J. K. (2011). Heteronormativity at work: Stories from two lesbian academics. Women’s Studies Journal,25(2), 91-100.
Giddings, L. S., & Grant, B. M. (2009). From rigour to trustworthiness: Validating mixed methods. In, S. Andrew & E. J. Halcomb (Eds.), Mixed methods research for nursing and the health sciences (pp.119 – 134). Oxford, U.K.: Wiley-Blackwell.
Smythe, L., & Giddings, L. S. (2007). From experience to definition: Addressing the question ‘What is qualitative research?’ Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 23(1), 37 – 57.
Giddings, L. S., & Grant, B. M. (2007). A Trojan Horse for positivism? A critique of mixed methods research. Advances in Nursing Science, 30(1), 52-60.
Giddings, L. S., Roy, D. E., & Predeger, E. (2007). Women’s experience of aging with a chronic condition. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 58(6), 557-565.
Giddings, L. S., & Grant, B. M. (2006). Mixed methods research for the novice researcher. Contemporary Nurse, 23(1), 3-11.
Giddings, L. S. (2005). A theoretical model of social consciousness. Advances in Nursing Science (ANS), 28(3), 224-239.
Giddings, L. S. (2005). Health disparities, social injustice and the culture of nursing. Nursing Research, 54(5), 304-312.
Grant, B. M., & Giddings, L. S. (2002). Making sense of methodologies: A paradigm framework for the novice researcher. Contemporary Nurse, 13(1), 10 - 28.
2013 - AUT - Nominated AuSM Award - Best Teacher, Postgraduate
2011 – AUT University VC Research Award - Member of the Gender & Diversity Research Group who received the Emerging Research Team Award
2007 – Sage Book Award for Best Oral Presentation: "Reliability and validity: A subject for debate" presented at The Third International Mixed Methods Conference, Cambridge, UK
2004 – Ministry of Education (NZ) - Represented AUT at the Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards
2000 - AUT - Distinguished Teaching Award
1994-1997 – Health Research Council (NZ) – Training Fellowship
1978 – New Zealand Nurses Association – Commonwealth War Memorial Scholar
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