Researcher biography

Dr Amy Johnston currently holds a conjoint senior research fellow/senior lecturer position between University of QLD and Metro South Hospital & Health Service, Department of Emergency Medicine (based at Princess Alexandra hospital) and senior lectureship in School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work. For the past 4 years she worked across the academic and healthcare environments to conduct her own research as well as supporting clinicians to develop the skills and confidence to participate in, and conduct research projects relevant to their clinical work. Amy is a neurobiologist and nurse with extensive teaching and research experience and a particular interest in Emergency Department service delivery and patient flow. Her wide experience has helped her develop a broadening national and international profile. She has co-authored in excess of 90 (96) publications, 143 abstracts, between awarded approximately $0.8million in grant funding, and supported 3 PhD candidates to completion with another 5 currently working towards their PhD qualifications. Her H-index is 23 (Scopus). Field weighted citation impact 2016-2019 = 1.62 (SciVal March 2020), with 16.7% of publications in the top 10% most cited worldwide, 28.6% of publications in the top 10% of journals and 21.4% demonstrating international collaboration.

Researcher ID B-2931-2010; ORCID 0000-0002-9979-997X