Eamon Merrick is a Registered Nurse and a lecturer at the Sydney Nursing School, the University of Sydney.
Eamon has a research portfolio that focuses on health services workforce, primary health care, and the quality and safety of care. He has led and managed national research projects which have changed clinical practice, federal policy, and informed national legislation. His work has been recognised and awarded by leading government and industry groups.
Eamon has over ten years experience of critical care nursing, and has held senior administrative and managerial positions.
Researcher, University of Technology, Sydney
Registered Nurse, Critical Care
Lecturer, University of Sydney
University of Technology Sydney, PhD
University of Technology Sydney, Master of Health Services Management
Auckland University of Technology, Bachelor of Health Sciences/ Nursing
Nursing in General Practice: Organisational Possibilities, Journal of Advanced Nursing
Bedside review of patient care in an emergency department: The Cow Round. , Emergency Medicine Australasia
Co-designing as a Discursive Practice in Emergency Health Services: The Architecture of Deliberation, Journal of Applied Behavioural Sciences
Viewing the taken-for-granted from under a different aspect, . International Journal for Multiple Research Approaches
Handover - Enabling Learning in Communication for Safety’ (HELiCS), Medical Journal of Australia