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Dr Louise Wiles graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours 1) from the University of South Australia in 2000, after which she worked as a physiotherapist for over 10 years in both the public and private healthcare sectors. Most of her clinical experience was as a Senior and Principal Physiotherapist at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Louise taught for several years within the undergraduate physiotherapy program at the University of South Australia and is an assessor for the Australian Physiotherapy Council. In 2013, Louise completed her PhD at the University of South Australia which used bibliometric and interview methods to investigate the evidence-base underpinning research published in a range of nursing and allied health professional journals in Australia. Continuing her work around safety and quality in healthcare, and evidence-based practice, Louise worked as the Technical Manager for the recently concluded “CareTrack Kids” research project, and is currently a Project Manager/Research Fellow on the “Creating safe, effective systems of care: The translational challenge” and “CareTrack Aged” projects. External to the AIHI’s activities, Louise is co-authoring an update of a Cochrane priority review on consumer engagement strategies.
Health Sciences, Doctor of Philosophy (Health Sciences), PhD, University of South Australia
1 Mar 2009 → 17 Dec 2012
Award Date: 22 Mar 2013
Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours 1), Undergraduate degree, University of South Australia
1 Feb 1997 → 23 Dec 2000
Award Date: 21 Mar 2001
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1/01/18 → 30/12/22
15/11/14 → 12/01/15
Can algorithms automatically extract quality indicator (QI) assessments from resident records in aged care facilities?Wiles, L., Molloy, C., Hibbert, P. & Braithwaite, J., 27 Aug 2023, p. 207-208. 2 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract
Level of appropriate primary diabetic eyecare delivered and achievable in optometry practices in AustraliaGyawali, R., Ho, K. C., Toomey, M., Stapleton, F., Keay, L., Hibbert, P., Wiles, L. & Jalbert, I., 3 Apr 2023, In: Clinical and Experimental Optometry. 106, 3, p. 276-282 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
A mixed-methods systematic review of the effectiveness and experiences of quality improvement interventions in radiologyJabin, MD. S. R., Schultz, T., Mandel, C., Bessen, T., Hibbert, P., Wiles, L. & Runciman, W., Jan 2022, In: Journal of Patient Safety. 18, 1, p. e97-e107 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-review
Consumer engagement in health care policy, research and services: a systematic review and meta-analysis of methods and effectsWiles, L. K., Kay, D., Luker, J. A., Worley, A., Austin, J., Ball, A., Bevan, A., Cousins, M., Dalton, S., Hodges, E., Horvat, L., Kerrins, E., Marker, J., McKinnon, M., McMillan, P., de Plaza, M. A. P., Smith, J., Yeung, D. & Hillier, S. L., 27 Jan 2022, In: PLoS ONE. 17, 1 January, p. 1-26 26 p., e0261808.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Designing clinical indicators for common residential aged care conditions and processes of care: the CareTrack Aged development and validation studyHibbert, P. D., Molloy, C. J., Wiles, L. K., Cameron, I. D., Gray, L. C., Reed, R. L., Kitson, A., Georgiou, A., Gordon, S. J., Westbrook, J., Arnolda, G., Mitchell, R. J., Rapport, F., Estabrooks, C., Alexander, G. L., Vincent, C., Edwards, A., Carson-Stevens, A., Wagner, C., McCormack, B., & 1 others, 9 May 2022, In: International Journal for Quality in Health Care. 34, 2, p. 1-9 9 p., mzac033.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access
Can algorithms automatically extract quality indicator (QI) assessments from resident records in aged care facilities?28 Aug 2023 → 30 Aug 2023
Activity: Talk or presentation › Invited talk
Assessing the quality of the management of tonsillitis among Australian children: a population-based sample survey (Caretrack Kids)20 Oct 2019 → 23 Oct 2019
Activity: Talk or presentation › Presentation
‘How can healthcare work better? Breathless in Macquarie: getting great care for asthma and other conditions’
Teresa Winata (Speaker), Robyn Clay-Williams (Speaker), Louise Wiles (Speaker), Janet Long (Speaker), Frances Rapport (Speaker), Kate Churruca (Speaker), Virginia Mumford (Speaker), Natalie Ayliff (Speaker) & Jeffrey Braithwaite (Speaker)14 Dec 2016
Activity: Talk or presentation › Presentation