Lyn Murphy

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Senior Lecturer

Email: lyn.murphy@aut.ac.nz

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Academic appointments:

  • Senior Lecturer, AUT (2016 - ongoing)
  • Senior Lecturer,, Manukau Institute of Technology (1990 - 2016)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, University of Tasmania
  • Master of Business Studies, Massey University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Massey University
  • Diploma in Business Studies, Massey University
  • Diploma in Occupational Therapy, Central Institute of Technology

Overview:

I have a diverse academic background in health, psychology, education, and management. I have strong professional, government and community links. I care passionately about health education and research, use my natural leadership skills to promote a supportive and collegiate environment with my colleagues and relish the idea of using my skills to assist in the success of my organisation.

Research interests:

Value in health
Interprofessional Practice

Teaching summary:

Over thirty years of experience in producing compelling and engaging teaching:
- Using a combination of natural charisma, leadership, energy, enthusiasm, up-to-the-minute knowledge and personal experience to engage and excite students
- Combines academic, research and practical management and leadership skills to prepare and deliver relevant, insightful and compelling material
- Clearly identifying the learning outcome and knowledge area, developing astute, creative activities and projects to deliver it
- Developing ancillary skills in students through these empowering activities: leadership, teamwork, negotiation and inter-team learning
- Reading the students: knowing when to go deep or shallow, lifting the mood; taking them on a journey of learning and discovery; excellent facilitation skills
- Taking a deep interest in each student, enhancing staff morale and building a sense of community
- Identifying individual student’s strengths and weaknesses and developing approaches to overcome the weaknesses and build on the strengths
- Producing culturally appropriate learning experiences

Paper Leader Roles AUT
Semester 1 2020
HEAL611: Principles of Wellness
HEAL503 Health Records Management
Semester 2 2019
HPRM501: Health Administration and Service Development
Semester 1 2019
HEAL506: Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
HPRM501: Health Management and Service Development
Semester 2 2018
HPRM501: Health Administration and Service Development
HEAL506: Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
Semester 1 2018
HEAL506: Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
HPRM501: Health Administration and Service Development
Semester 2 2017
HEAL506: Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
HEAL603: Case Management and Human Behaviour
HPRM501: Health Administration and Service Development
Semester 1 2017
HEAL506: Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
Semester 2 2016
555301: Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication
Semester 1 2016
HEAL603: Case Management and Human Behaviour

Fields of research:

  • Operations Research
  • Public Health and Health Services
  • Health Economics
  • Management Accounting
  • Health Policy

Professional activities:

Featured professional activities

  • Board Member, Whanau Ora Community Centre Establishment Board, Whanau Ora Community Centre (2015 - ongoing)
  • Board Member, Franklin Local Board, Auckland Council, Franklin Local Board, Auckland Council (2013 - 2016)
  • Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD), Australian Institute of Company Directors (2013 - ongoing)
  • The Northern Y Regional Ethics Committee, Minister of Health (2011 - 2012)
  • Board Member Counties Manukau District Health Board, Counties Manukau District Health Board (2010 - 2019)
  • NZ Institute of Directors MInstD, NZ Institute of Directors (2010 - ongoing)
  • Foundation Member and Former Vice President ISPOR, International Society of Pharmaco-economics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) New Zealand Chapter (2010 - ongoing)

Appointment, affiliation, and membership

  • School of Interprofessional Health Studies Undergraduate Programme Committee (BoS), Interprofessional Health Studies Undergraduate (2016 - ongoing)
  • Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD), Australian Institute of Company Directors (2013 - ongoing)
  • The Northern Y Regional Ethics Committee, Minister of Health (2011 - 2012)
  • NZ Institute of Directors MInstD, NZ Institute of Directors (2010 - ongoing)
  • Foundation Member and Former Vice President ISPOR, International Society of Pharmaco-economics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) New Zealand Chapter (2010 - ongoing)
  • Member AFAANZ, Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) (2008 - ongoing)
  • Member New Zealand Association of Clinical Research (NZACRes), New Zealand Association of Clinical Research (NZACRes) (2007 - ongoing)
  • Howick Community Board, Manukau City Council (2007 - 2010)
  • Member The Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), The Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) (2000 - ongoing)
  • Chairperson Board of Trustees, St Marks Catholic School (1992 - 2001)

Award, prize, fellowship, and scholarship

  • Technology Transfer Excellence Award Finalist, Manukau Institute of Technology (2012)
  • Research Excellence Award, Manukau Institute of Technology (2011)
  • ISPOR Student Research Award, International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (2009)
  • Teaching Innovation Award, honor issuerNew Zealand Institute of Management (2004)
  • Innovative Teaching Award, Manukau Institute of Technology (2000)

Editorship, reviewing, examining, and judging

  • AUT dissertation examination, AUT dissertation examination - Prithivan Ravichandran 17996997 (2019 - ongoing)

Facilitation, networking and collaboration

  • Praboromarajchanok Institute for Health and Workforce (PBRI), Thailand, Project Ratchaphruek, Praboromarajchanok Institute for Health and Workforce (PBRI), Thailand (2019 - ongoing)
  • Facilitator for Midwifery collaboration with Finland, European Interprofessional Practice and Education Network (EIPEN) (2019 - ongoing)
  • Papua Barat delegasi to Pacific Exposition, AUT International (2019)
  • Vice President ISPOR NZ, International Society Of Pharmacoeconics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) (2009 - ongoing)

Other professional recognition

  • Emerald Publishing' Researchers How Guide Exemplar, Emerald Publishing (2019 - ongoing)

Outreach and engagement

  • Finding Clinical Placements (2019)

Research outputs:

Journal articles

  • Quilty, T., & Murphy, L. (2018). Balancing legal, operations and community conflict: A tale of two SME's. Journal of Management and Organization, 24(4). doi:10.1017/jmo.2018.26

  • Murphy, L., & Maguire, W. (2015). Twenty-one years of publishing Meditari Accountancy Research: A coming of age?. Meditari Accountancy Research, 23(1). doi:10.1108/MEDAR-02-2014-0019

  • Murphy, L., & Maquire, W. (2011). PDB31 BENEFITS AND COSTS OF CONDUCTING SPONSORED CLINICAL TRIALS IN A PUBLICLY FUNDED NEW ZEALAND HOSPITAL: PRE-TRIAL, TRIAL AND FOLLOW-UP. Value in Health, 14(3), A96. doi:10.1016/j.jval.2011.02.539

  • Murphy, L., & Maguire, W. (2011). Applying mixed methods research in evaluating clinical trials. Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management, 8(1), 72-90. doi:10.1108/11766091111124711

  • Murphy, L. M., & Maguire, W. (2010). PHP88 STAKEHOLDER PERCEPTIONS OF CLINICAL DRUG TRIALS. Value in Health, 13(7), A420. doi:10.1016/s1098-3015(11)72752-8

  • Murphy, L. (2009). Developing emotional intelligence as a means to increase team performance. World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 5(2), 193. doi:10.1504/wremsd.2009.023762

  • Murphy, L. (2007). Leadership in New Zealand: The Impact of Gum Boots, the Haka, Buzzy Bees and Number 8 Wire. New Zealand Journal of Applied Business Research, 6(1).

Conference contributions

  • Murphy, L. (2019). Valuing interprofessional education: Micro, meso and macro-level applications. In Interprofessional Education Showcase. Auckland: Assoc. Prof. Craig Webster.

  • Murphy, L., & Maguire, W. (2019). Interprofessional practice works so why is it not happening? A case study. In EIPEN 2019. Antwerp: European Interprofessional Practice & Education Network. Retrieved from https://www.eipen.eu/events

  • Maguire, W., & Murphy, L. (2019). Value as a guide to assessing healthcare improvement. But what counts as ‘value’?. In 9th Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting (APIRA) Conference Vol. APIRA 2019. Auckland. Retrieved from https://www.openconf.org/

  • Maguire, W., & Murphy, L. (2019). Value as a guide to assessing healthcare improvement. But what counts as ‘value’?. In 2019 AFAANZ Conference. Brisbane. Retrieved from https://www.openconf.org/

  • Murphy, L. (2017). Intradisciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches to
    value in healthcare. In Interprofessional Education Showcase: Incorporating Interprofessional and Collaborative Practice into the Curriculum, a biennial forum of the Interprofessional Education research community. Auckland: Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education (CMHSE), University of Auckland. Retrieved from https://www.fmhs.auckland.ac.nz/

  • Quilty, T., & Murphy, L. (2017). Resource management compliance, operations planning and stakeholder engagement: A tale of two SME's. In European Operations Management Conference 2017. Edinburgh. Retrieved from http://euroma2017.org/programme/

  • Maguire, W., & Murphy, L. (2016). Using value to assess improvement in healthcare; but what counts as ‘value’?. In New Zealand Management Accounting (NZMA) Symposium. Auckland New Zealand.

  • Murphy, L., & Quilty, T. (2016). A comparison of two small business approaches to stakeholder management. In Auckland Regional Accounting Conference. Auckland New Zealand.

  • Quilty, T., & Murphy, L. (2016). Considerations in the design of an action research project. In Meditari Accountancy Research Conference 2016. Pilansberg.

  • Murphy, L., & Maguire, W. (2016). Applying public value theory to health interventions. In Public Management Research Association Conference (PMRC). Aarhus Denmark.

  • Murphy, L., & Harahap, R. (2016). Using value to assess improvement in healthcare; but what counts as ‘value’?. In Auckland Regional Accounting Conference. Auckland New Zealand.

  • Murphy, L., & Quilty, T. (2016). Sustainable service delivery within a Whanau Ora Framework. In The New Zealand Interprofessional Health Conference. Auckland.

  • Quilty, T., & Murphy, L. (2015). Performance measurement and the design of an integrated community health care group founded on the Whanau Ora Concept: Preliminary considerations in the design of an action research project. In Auckland Regional Accounting Conference. Auckland.

  • Murphy, L., & Maguire, W. (2015). Pondering value in healthcare delivery. In 2015 AFAANZ Conference. Hobart Australia.

  • Quilty, T., Murphy, L., Bhana, R., & Ngatai, G. (2015). From theory to practice: Meeting the challenge in operationalising
    Whānau Ora. In Hui-ā-Tau and Scientific Conference 2015. Palmerston North.

  • Murphy, L., & Maguire, W. (2015). Better value healthcare. In SIDREA International Workshop (SIW) Meditari Accountancy Research European Conference. Bologna. Retrieved from http://www.sde.unibo.it/it/eventi/sidrea-international-workshop-siw

  • Murphy, L., & Maguire, W. (2014). Performance reporting by New Zealand health entities: does it work?
    If not, why not?. In Australia New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference. Sydney.

  • Murphy, L. (2014). Twenty-one years of publishing Meditari Accountancy Research:
    A coming of age.. In Meditari Accountancy Research Conference, South Africa. South Africa.

  • Murphy, L. (2013). Uncovering stakeholder perceptions to reinvigorate benefit-cost
    analysis.. In Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ). Perth Australia.

  • Murphy, L. (2013). Benefit-cost analysis in a complex setting.. In Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ). Perth Australia.

  • Murphy, L. (2013). Do stakeholder perceptions impact on the value of healthcare?. In 12th A-CSEAR conference 2013. Hamilton.

  • Murphy, L., & Maguire, W. (2012). Public sector stakeholder interactions: A multiplicity of value
    creating relationships. In Programme and Proceedings of the 11th World Congress of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management (pp. 151). Limerick: Interesource Group Publishing.

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