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  • Reid-Searl, k. (2019) Daring to be different: teaching patient centred care. Guest Editorial. Wounds UK, 15(2), 8.
  • Guinea, S., Andersen, P., Reid-Searl, K., Levett-Jones, T., Dwyer, T., Heaton, L.,  Bickell, P. (2018). Simulation-based learning for patient safety: The development of the Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation methodology for nursing education. Collegian, 1-7. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2018.09.008
  • Reid-Searl, K, Mainey, L, Bassett, J & Dwyer, T. (2019) Using Simulation to Prepare Neophyte Nursing Students to Deliver Intimate Patient Care, Collegian COLEGN553.
  • O'Neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2018). Nursing staff intentions towards managing deteriorating health in nursing homes: A convergent parallel mixed-methods study using the theory of planned behaviour. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(5-6), e992-e1003. doi:10.1111/jocn.14119
  • Mainey, L., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Bassett, J. (2018). High-Level Realism in Simulation: A Catalyst for Providing Intimate Care. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 17, 47-57. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2017.12.001
  • Andersen, P., Baron, S., Bassett, J., Govind, N., Hayes, C., Lapkin, S., ... & Power, T. (2018). Snapshots of Simulation: Innovative Strategies Used by International Educators to Enhance Simulation Learning Experiences for Health Care Students. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 16, 8-14.
  • Dargusch, J., Harris, L. R., Reid-Searl, K., & Taylor, B. A. (2017). Creating first-year assessment support: lecturer perspectives and student access. Distance Education, 38(1), 106-122.
  • Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Dwyer, T., & Crowley, K. (2017). Using a Procedural Puppet to Teach Peadiatric Nursing Procedures. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 13(1), 15-23.
  • Frost, J. & Reid-Searl. K. (2017). Exploring the potential of Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to teach both the art and science of nursing: A discussion paper, Collegian 24( 2).
  • Reid-Searl, K., Quinney, L., Dwyer, T., Vieth, L., Nancarrow, L., & Walker, B. (2017). Puppets in an acute paediatric unit: Nurse’s experiences. Collegian, 24(5), 441-447.
  • Kable, A. K., Levett-Jones, T. L., Arthur, C., Reid-Searl, K., Humphreys, M., Morris, S., ... & Witton, N. J. (2017). A cross-national study to objectively evaluate the quality of diverse simulation approaches for undergraduate nursing students. Nurse Education in Practice.
  • O'Neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., Reid‐Searl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2017). Nursing staff intentions towards managing deteriorating health in nursing homes: a convergent parallel mixed methods study using the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Journal of clinical nursing.
  • Tilbrook, A., Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., & Parson, J. A. (2017). A review of the literature–The use of interactive puppet simulation in nursing education and children's healthcare. Nurse education in practice, 22, 73-79.
  • Reid-Searl, K., & O'Neill, B. (2017). Mask-Ed: Breaking the Barrier of Fear of Intimate Care for Nursing Students. Journal of Nursing Education, 56(9), 572-574.
  • O'neill, B. J., Dwyer, T., Reid‐Searl, K., & Parkinson, L. (2017). Managing the deteriorating nursing home resident after the introduction of a hospital avoidance programme: a nursing perspective. Scandinavian journal of caring sciences, 31(2), 312-322.
  • Harris, L. R., Dargusch, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Nursing student perceptions of different assessment tasks implications for the introduction of new genres.
  • O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital: A review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric Nursing, 36, p. 423-430. (Impact factor 1.2)
  • Frost, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Exploring the potential of Mask-Ed™(KRS simulation) to teach both the art and science of nursing: A discussion paper. Collegian.
  • Rhodes, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Masked tutor brings patient to 'life'. Nursing New Zealand (Wellington, NZ: 1995), 21(1), 14-15.
  • O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Nursing home nurses' perceptions of emergency transfers from nursing homes to hospital: A review of qualitative studies using systematic methods. Geriatric Nursing, 36(6), 423-430. doi:10.1016/j.gerinurse.2015.06.001
  • Levett-Jones, T., Andersen, P., Reid-Searl, K., Guinea, S., McAllister, M., Lapkin, S., ... & Niddrie, M. (2015). Tag team simulation: An innovative approach for promoting active engagement of participants and observers during group simulations. Nurse education in practice, 15(5), 345-352.
  • Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K. R., McAllister, M., Guerin, M., & Friel, D. (2015). Advanced life simulation: High-fidelity simulation without the high technology. Nurse education in practice, 15(6), 430-436.
  • Rhodes, J., & Reid-Searl, K. (2015). Masked tutor brings patient to'life'. Nursing New Zealand (Wellington, NZ: 1995), 21(1), 14-15.
  • Reid‐Searl, K., Bowman, A., McAllister, M., Cowling, C., & Spuur, K. (2014). The masked educator‐innovative simulation in an   Australian undergraduate Medical Sonography and Medical Imaging program. Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences, 61(4), 233-240.
  • McNamara, N., Reid Searl, K., & Dwyer, T. (2014). High fidelity human patient simulators in undergraduate  
    nursing programmes: Are they justified and do they improve student learning outcomes?. Dynamics of Human
    Health, 1(1).
  • Reid-Searl, K., Levett-Jones, T., Cooper, S., & Happell, B. (2014). The implementation of Mask-Ed: Reflections of academic participants. Nurse Education in Practice.
  • Reid Searl, K., McAllister, M., Dwyer, T., Krebs, K. L., Anderson, C., Quinney, L., & McLellan, S. (2014). Little people, big lessons: An innovative strategy to develop interpersonal skills in undergraduate nursing students. Nurse education today.
  • McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Downer, T, Harrison, P, Harvey, T, Reid-Searl, K, Lynch, K, Arthur, C, Layh, J, Calleja, P, (2013). ‘Snapshots of simulation: Creative strategies used by Australian educators to enhance simulation learning experiences for nursing students’, Nurse Education in Practice, vol., pp. 1-6, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2013.04.010
  • McAllister, M, Reid-Searl, K, Davis, S, (2013). ‘Who is that masked educator? Deconstructing the teaching and learning processes of an innovative humanistic simulation technique’, Nurse Education Today, vol. 33,pp.1453-1458.
  • Kable, A, Arthur, C, Levett-Jones, T, Reid-Searl, K, (2013). ‘Student evaluation of simulation in undergraduate nursing programs in Australia using quality indicators’, Nursing and Health Sciences, vol.15, pp.235-243.
  • Lane Krebs, K, Reid-Searl, K, & Heidke, P. (2012). 'Administer one puppet PRN', Australian Nursing Journal, vol. 19, no. 8, pp. 43-43.
  • Brown, RA, Guinea, S, Crookes, PA, McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Kelly, M, Reid-Searl, K, Churchouse, C, Andersen, P, Chong, N & Smith, A. (2012). 'Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand: through the lens of an advisory group', Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 177-186. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2012.05.002
  • Reid-Searl, K, Happell, B, Vieth, L, Eaton, A. (2012). 'High Fidelity Patient Silicone Simulation : a qualitative evaluation of nursing students experiences', Collegian: Journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 77-83, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2011.09.003
  • Kable, AK, Arthur, C, Levett-Jones, T & Reid-Searl, K. (2012). 'Student evaluation of simulation in undergraduate nursing programs in Australia using quality indicators', Nursing & Health Sciences, vol. 15, no. 2 pp. 235-243, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/nhs.12025
  • Brown, R, Guinea, S, Crookes, P, McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Kelly, M, Reid-Searl, K, Churchouse, C, Andersen, P, Chong, N, Smith, A.  2012, 'Clinical simulation in Australia and New Zealand: Through the lens of an advisory group.', Collegian: The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research, vol.19, no.3, pp. 177-186, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2012.05.002
  • Reid-Searl, K. Happell, B, Vieth, L, Eaton, A. (2011). The Educator inside the patient: Students insights into high fidelity silicone simulation. Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol 20,19-20, pp.2752-60
    *Reid-Searl, K. (2010). De-Masking Cyril Smith: How the use of role play became a serious educational tool. Connections, Royal College of Nursing Australia, 13, 2, June 2010, 34-35
  • Dwyer, T, O'Neill, B, Carter, H, Jeffrey, D, Reid-Searl, K, Parkinson, L, Lee, X, Osborne, S, Doran, C & Graves, N 2019, 'Early Detection of Deterioration In Elderly (EDDIE): Evaluation the implementation of a hospital avoidance program', in 8th International Clinical Skills Conference 2019 Reference # 0263 Prato, Tuscany.  http://internationalclinicalskillsconference.com/, Reference # 0263
  • Levett-Jones, T, Dwyer, T, Reid-Searl, K, Guinea, S, Andersen, P, Heaton, L, Flenady, T & Applegarth, J 2019, 'Delphi', in 8th International Clinical Skills Conference 2019, Prato, Tuscany http://internationalclinicalskillsconference.com/.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Levett-Jones, T, Guinea, S, Thomas, P, Dwyer, T, Flenady, T & Heaton, L 2019, 'TAG Team Patient Safety Simulation: Maximizing student engagement in an easily deliverable simulation approach', in 8th International Clinical Skills Conference 2019, Prato, Tuscany,  http://internationalclinicalskillsconference.com/ Reference # 0228.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Levett-Jones, T, Bassett, Dwyer, T, Mainey, L et al 2019, "The impact of an intimate care e-simulation on nursing students’ empathy levels" in 8th International Clinical Skills Conference 2019 Reference # 0257 Prato, Tuscany.  http://internationalclinicalskillsconference.com/,  Reference # 0257
  • Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Flenady, T., & Heaton, L. Preparing nurses to be safe work ready graduates. Paper presented at the 2018 Virtual Scholarship of Teaching Conference, hosted by Academic Board, CQUniversity Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Levett-Jones, T., Anderson, P., Guinea, S., Heaton, L., Dwyer, T., . . . Flenady, T. Preparing undergraduate nurses for the workplace in the context of patient safety through innovative simulation. Final report. Retrieved from CQUniversity Australia. A project completed on behalf of the Commonwealth Office of Learning and Teaching Department of Education:
  • Reid-Searl, K. Keynote Address, Connecting with kids through Pup Ed (KRS Simulation) in the context of the emergency Department. ICEN Conference, Melbourne, 10-11 October 2018.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Keynote Address, Preparing novice nurses to speak up in the context of patient safety through innovative simulation. ICEN Conference, Melbourne, 10-11 October 2018
  • Reid-Searl K, Levett-Jones T, Guinea, et al. TAG team patient safety simulation: maximizing student engagement through an innovative approach to simulation.  NET NEP 7th International Nurse Education Conference; 2018; Banff, Canada; 2018.
  • Reid-Searl K, Levett-Jones T, Dwyer T, Andersen P, Guinea S, Flenady T. TAG Team: Enhancing graduates capability to provide safe and effective health care In: #:84. Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) 2018 Conference; 2018; Hobart; 2018.
  • Levett-Jones T, Dwyer T, Reid-Searl K, Andersen P, Guinea S, Flenady T. The development of the Patient Safety Competency Framework for nursing students: A Delphi: Oral ID #:85 Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) 2018 Conference; 2018; Hobart; 2018.
  • Levett-Jones T, Dwyer T, Reid-Searl K. The development of the Australian Patient Safety Competency Framework for nursing students: A Delphi Study.  2018 National Nurse Education Conference (NNEC 2018); 2018; Crown Promenade Melbourne, from the 1-4 May 2018; 2018.
  • Guinea S, Anderson P, Reid-Searl K, et al. TAG Team Patient Safety Simulation workshop: Addressing patient safety by building students' confidence and resilience.  The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Conference, 2018 Access Key (password): BUIQ9602. Toronto, Canada, 13-16 th June; 2018.
  • Guinea S, Andersen P, Reid-Searl K, et al. Simulation-based learning for patient safety: The development of the Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation methodology for nursing education. Collegian 2018: In Submission.20/4/2018 COLL__109.
  • Levett-Jones T, Reid-Searl K, Guinea S, Dwyer T, Heaton L, Flenady T. TAG team patient safety simulation workshop: addressing patient safety by building students' confidence and resilience.  7th International Clinical Skills Conference. Monash University, Prato, Italy  from Sunday  May 21st - Wednesday May 24th 2017; 2017.
  • Levett-Jones T, Reid-Searl K, Dwyer T, et al. Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation.  2017 Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC)  Conference Workshop. International Convention Centre Sydney 28 - 31 August 2017; 2017.
  • Levett-Jones T, Dwyer T, Reid-Searl K, et al. Development and trial of an Australian Patient Safety Competency Framework for Undergraduate Nursing students.  7th Simulation in Health Education Showcase: Paper presentation. Australian Catholic University, Banyo Queensland, 6th December; 2017.
  • Levett-Jones T, Dwyer T, Reid-Searl K, et al. The patient safety competency framework (PSCF) for nursing students. Outcome from Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching project titled ‘Preparing Undergraduate students for the workforce in the context of patient safety through innovative simulation’ (ID15-4983). Sydney, NSW; 2017.
  • Dwyer, T., O’Neill, B., Reid-Searl, K., Parkinson, L., & Jeffrey, D. (2017). Implementing an aged-care driven hospital avoidance program: Lessons learned. Paper presented at the The Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG), Ageing: the golden opportunity  Crown Perth, Western Australia, 8-10 November 2017 http://aagconference.asn.au/
  • Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., O’Neill, B., Parkinson, L., & Jeffrey, D. (2017). EDDIE introduces high-fidelity simulation into aged care. Paper presented at the The Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG), Ageing: the golden opportunity  Crown Perth, Western Australia, 8-10 November 2017 http://aagconference.asn.au/
  • Dwyer, T., Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Parkinson, L., & Bullock, K. (2017). EDDIE: Early Detection of Deterioration in Elderly: Clincial guide for nursing staff working in aged care Rockhampton: Central Queensland University.
  • O'Neill, B., Dwyer, T., Reid Searl, K., Parkinson, L., Jefferies, D., & Thomson, S. (2017). Managing the deteriorating nursing home resident: The nursing role Ausmed Education: Rockhampton Nurses' Conference: June 19-20. Rockhampton: https://www.ausmed.com.au/course/rockhampton-nurses-conference.
  • Parkinson, L., Dwyer, T., O’Neill, B., Reid-Searl, K., & Jeffrey, D. (2017). Impact of an aged-care driven hospital avoidance program on detection of subacute episodes and hospital admissions. Paper presented at the Shifting priorities: balancing acute and primary care services, 10th Health Services & Policy Research Conference HSRAANZ 2017 Gold Coast  Australia, 1-3 November www.healthservicesconference.com
  • Hey, G., Parkinson, L., Crawford, C., Dwyer, T., O’Neill, B., Reid-Searl, K., & Jeffrey, D. (2017). Describing the Experience of Subacute Program Facilitation in Aged Care using Michie’s Theoretical Domains Framework. Paper to be presented at the Shifting priorities: balancing acute and primary care services, 10th Health Services & Policy Research Conference HSRAANZ 2017 Gold Coast Australia, 1-3 November www.healthservicesconference.com.
  • Levett-Jones, T., Reid-Searl, K., Dwyer, T., Guinea, S., Anderson, P., Heaton, L., . . . Applegarth, J. (2017). Tag Team Patient Safety Simulation. Paper presented at the 2017 Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC) Conference Workshop, International Convention Centre Sydney 28 - 31 August 2017.
  • Levett-Jones, T., Reid-Searl, K., Guinea, S., Dwyer, T., Heaton, L., & Flenady, T. (2017). TAG team patient safety simulation workshop: addressing patient safety by building students' confidence and resilience. Paper presented at the 7th International Clinical Skills Conference, Monash University, Prato, Italy from Sunday May 21st - Wednesday May 24th 2017.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Keynote Address, Connecting with kids through Pup Ed (KRS Simulation) in the context of the emergency Department. ICEN Conference, Melbourne, 10-11 October 2018.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Keynote Address, Preparing novice nurses to speak up in the context of patient safety through innovative simulation. ICEN Conference, Melbourne, 10-11 Octobe 2018r.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2018). Invited address ‘Simulation with a difference.’ Zonta Regional Conference, April, Regent Hotel, Rockhampton, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address ‘Pushing the Boundaries to Enhance Patient Safety: Engaging the Emotional and Social Elements of Learning through Simulation.’ ACU Simulation Conference, December, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address ‘Dare to be different.’ CQUniversity Engineering Conference, November, CQU, Rockhampton, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K & Chappel, J (2017). Invited Key note address ‘ Simulation with Heart and Soul.’ Pokhara, Nepal, Community presentation, Chamber of Commerce, November, Nepal.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address, ‘The Power of Communication; daring to be different in teaching others about communication’ National Day Surgery Conference, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address ‘THE POWER OF NARRATIVE-HEARING THE PATIENT STORY THROUGH THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF- MASK ED (KRS SIMULATION)’ AASTN Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. and Chappel, J. (2017).” Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) and intimate patient care for the vulnerable older person”. NIMAC Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. Crownover, J & Vieth L. (2017). Invited Key note address, “Teaching the art of intimate care through Mask Ed (KRS) Simulation”. CAE Human Patient Simulation Global Conference, CAE, Florida USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2017). Invited Key note address ‘THE POWER OF NARRATIVE-HEARING THE PATIENT STORY THROUGH THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF- MASK ED (KRS SIMULATION)’ AASTN Conference, Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2016). Invited Keynote “Hearing the Story through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)”, QWCA Conference, Royal Brisbane Hospital)
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Invited Keynote , “Falls and Falls Prevention – through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)”, NSW April Falls Day Conference, Nepean Hospital.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016). Invited Speaker  “Mask Ed: An Innovative Teaching Strategy that teaches students to care for the elderly” Aged Care Global Summit, Gold Coast, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2016). Opening Keynote Address, “Simulation in the space of intimate human care”, INACSL Conference, Texas USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2016), Invited Speaker, “Unmasking the Masked Educator”, BusiWomen Conference, Yeppoon, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015), Invited Speaker, Student centered learning with simulation as a focus: The journey of an innovative simulation teaching strategy that caters for learners beyond the walls of a classroom. Australian Engineering Conference, Victoria, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015), Keynote Address, Teaching Intimate Care through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) Queensland Regional Training Network Clinical Training Symposium, Brisbane.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) ‘Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to Pup-Ed™ (KRS simulation): Silicone props and puppets – the new faces of simulation’. Sim Health Conference, Adelaide Convention Cente, Adelaide.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Key note Address,‘ Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) Strategies for the Teacher in Role’. SLE Forum, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation)’ Strategies for the Teacher in Role’. 3rd Aged Health Collaborative Forum, Westmead Hospital, Sydney.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed Education’ 12th Annual Paediatric Endocrine Nurses Meeting, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation’ Centa- Care Conference, Yeppoon, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation’ CHOP’s Workshop, Nepean Hospital, Sydney.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘Mask-Ed KRS Simulation. Humanistic and Realistic Simulation; An Innovation in Learning and Teaching’ Nagoya City University, Japan.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Keynote Address ‘A Costumed Approach to Education’ Continence Foundation of Australia, 2nd Annual Conference, Western Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)’ Laerdal SUN Conference, Goldcoast, Qld, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2015) Invited Speaker ‘Mask Ed (KRS Simulation)’ Rotary Annual Presentation Dinner, Rockhampton, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. & Vieth, L. (2014) Keynote Address ‘Hearing a patient’s story through Mask Ed (KRS Simulation); Cyril Smith and his stoma experience’ DANSAC Nurse Study Day, Budapest.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), ‘Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation): Keynote address, ANZUNZ conference.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), ‘Cyril’s Wise Words; What’s Age got to do with it’. Keynote address, NNSWLHD Aged CARE Symposium, July 31st-Aug 1st 2014, Ballina Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), University of Bradford, Keynote lecture; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), 30- June, Bradford, UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2014), Northumbria University, Keynote lecture; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), August 5, Northumbria, UK
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation): A humanistic approach in simulation...teaching a way to hear the person’s story in the journey of rehabilitation.Keynote address, 23rd Annual ARNA Conference,Rehabilitation: Being and Doing, 18th October 2013, Darling Harbour Convention Centre, Sydney
    Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Touching the heart through simulation’. Key note address, Australian Day Surgery Nurses Association, 12-13th October, Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne Victoria.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Suspension in disbelief: an innovative approach to learning and teaching through simulation’. Key note address, National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference, 2-4 October, Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill, New Zealand.
  • Reid-Searl, K. & Vieth, L. (2013), ‘Role Play to Engage Learners’. Key note address, VET Teaching and Learning Conference, 5-6 September, Healesville ,Victoria.
  • Gough, S., Jones De Roy, N., Kelly, M.,Phamprus, P., Reid-Searl, K., Williams, B. 2013, ‘Simulation Approaches-How Do We Do It and With Whom?.’ Invited Panel Discussion, Sim Health Conference ‘Crossing Boundaries’, 16-20 September, Brisbane Convention &Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
  • Watson, M., & Reid-Searl, K., (2013), ‘Creating Immersion in Simulation’. Invited Sim Health Workshop ‘Crossing Boundaries’, 16-20 September, Brisbane Convention &Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L., Nancarrow, L., Walker B. (2013), The Experiences of Nurses Using Puppets through a guided pedagogy: Pup-Ed (KRS Simulation). Oral paper, The Australian College of Children and Young People’s Nurses Conference/4th International Congress on Paediatric Nursing, 28th August, Melbourne
    Convention and Exhibition Centre, Victoria, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Teaching Patient Centred Care through Simulation’. Invited Speaker, Monash Health Nursing and Midwifery Leadership Breakfast, 26th September, Melbourne, Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), The Creative Art of Simulation-Realism Beyond Belief; Mask Ed (KRS Simulation). Invited speaker, The Science Art and Business of Medicine Conference, 24-25th August, Peppers Resort, Kingscliff, NSW.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), The Transformation of Puppets in Simulation. Invited speaker, The Science Art and Business of Medicine Conference, 24-25th August, Peppers Resort, Kingscliff, NSW.
  • Reid-Searl, K, (2013), Unveiling the Masked Educator. Key note address, International Nurses Day ‘Diversity in Nursing Conference, May 11th, CQuniversity, Rockhampton.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L. (2013), Suspending Learners in Disbelief: A Humanistic Simulation Approach- Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation), Key note address, HEA Conference, June, Birmingham UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K, Vieth, L. (2013), Mask-Ed (KRS Simulation); A simulation approach without walls in space or disciplines. Key note address, CAE Conference, June, Luton, UK.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Realism beyond belief-simulation with the person at the centre’. Key note address, Australian Diabetes Education Association Queensland State Conference June Toowomba, Qld .
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Hybrid Simulations to enhance learning and teaching’. Invited speaker, Technology Enhanced Learning in Health Conference, May 1st 2013, Victoria Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K., Vieth, L.(2013), ‘Keeping the person central to their cancer management-’. Key note address, Victorian Cancer Council Conference, May 2013, Victoria Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Keeping the person central to their continence management-hear first their story’. Key note address, HACC Conference, March 2013, Brisbane Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘A New Face for Renal Education’. Key note address, the 3rd Biennial Nephrology Educators Network Symposium, February 2013, Gold Coast Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2013), ‘Hear my story, Humanistic simulation with a focus on patient safety’. Key note address, Experience, Inspire, Manage, Share Symposium, Tasmanian Rural Health Centre, February 2013, Burnie, Tasmania Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Crownover, J., Vieth, L. (2013), ‘New Faces of Simulation, Masking the Educator ’. Oral paper, IMSH SSH Generation Simuation: Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders, January 26-30, Orlando USA.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Innovation in Learning and Teaching : from a dress up box to amazing props', key note address to the Learning and Teaching Conference : Future directions in Learning and Teaching, 29-30 November, 2012, University of Ballarat, Victoria.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Weaving Culture Education and Technology into a Brilliant Blend', invited address to 19th WCET Biennial Congress, 19-23 April 2012, Adelaide, South Australia, WCET, Adelaide, South Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), Putting the FUN back into learning through an innovative technique, keynote presentation to the Lead, Create and Celebrate : Living Education Seminar at the Hellenic Club, Woden on Friday May 4th 2012.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Realistic and Spontaneous simulation; Innovations in nursing education.', key note presentation to 14th National Nurse Education Conference, 11-13 April 2012, Perth, Western Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'High fidelity simulation teaching : to improve the delivery of geriatric care.', guest presentation to the RBWH Hospital in the Nursing Home Aged Care Conference, 9-11 May, 2012, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012), 'Effective patient education: getting the message and the delivery right.', key note address to the Australian Wound Management Association Conference 2012, 18-21 March 2012, Sydney, AWMA, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Mask Ed (KRS Simulation) ACT Govt. Health 2012 Lead, Create and Celebrate Symposium. Canberra May 4th 2012.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Realistic & spontaneous simulation: Innovations in Nursing Education, Australian Nurse Educator Conference, Perth WA. April 14th.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Weaving Culture Education & Technology into a Brilliant Blend: A different way to teach. Seeing is believing!!! . key note address;  The World Council of Entero-stomal Therapists. 19th Biennial Congress.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). Effective Patient Education: Getting the message and delivery ‘right’. Australian Wound Management Association Conference 18-21 March, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2012). The Power of One. key note address;  Wounds Awareness Seminar 23rd March, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), JCU Learning and Teaching Symposium, JCU,Townsville.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), So What’s Behind the Mask, key note address; Day Surgery Nurses Association of Queensland, Conference Gold Coast, Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), Creating Mask Ed (KRS Simulation): an innovative teaching strategy, key note address National Leadership and Education Conference, Brisbane Qld,
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed (KRS Simulation), key note address, Royal Womens’ Hospital Grand Rounds, Brisbane Qld.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), Innovations in Practice- A new face in education where human responses matter, 12th Victorian Collaborative Psychiatric Nursing Conference Melbourne Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Hearing the Patients Story through a powerful Simulation technique, Orygon Health Research Centre, Melbourne Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Be bold-pushing the boundaries of simulation-an innovative way to really consider the patient’s story, key note address, Australian Case Management Conference, Sydney Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), Mask Ed Humanistic Simulation; An innovative Educative Approach to consider the Patient’s Story, key note address, NSW Nurses Practictioner Conference ‘Keeping our Patients between the Flags’, Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2011), An Innovative Simulation Approach to Embed Safety, key note address, Qld Health, Whole Person, Whole Team Holistic Health Forum, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K.(2011), MASK-ED: Knowledgeable, realistic and spontaneous simulation- beyond the boundaries. The Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Inc Symposium at the Park-Sharing the Knowledge, Informing the Practice, Perth Western Australia
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2010), Dare to be Different: taking the plunge to teach wound management using some novel strategies. Australian Wound Management Association Journey into New Frontiers Conference, 24-27 March Perth, Australia.
  • Reid-Searl, K. (2010), Teaching Therapeutic Communication in a first year Undergraduate Nursing Program. Australian College of Mental Health Nurses, 36th International Conference –Row with a Team or Paddle Alone. 29 th August 2010 Hobart, Tasmania
    *Reid-Searl, K.(2010), So What’s Behind the Mask? Day Surgery Nurses Association Inc NSW State Conference 2010, 11th Sept Sydney.
  • Reid-Searl, K., & Slusser, R. (2015). U.S. Patent No. 8,944,825. Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
  • Reid-Searl, K., Levett-Jones, T., Anderson, P., Guinea, S., Heaton, L. Dwyer, T. Applegarth, J. & Flenady, T. (2018). Preparing undergraduate nurses for the workplace in the context of patient safety through innovative simulation. Final report. A project completed on behalf of the Commonwealth Office of Learning and Teaching Department of Education.