In 2017, Dr Russell was commissioned to write a grant to fund the digitalisation of The Royal Melbourne, Royal Children’s, Women’s and Peter MacCallum hospitals. The grant application titled “Connecting care in Parkville: a digital transformation to provide safer care” was successful.
Dr Russell undertook a pilot study exploring patients’ experiences of primary health care
In 2014, Dr Russell undertook a literature review exploring patient experiences of primary health care.
Dr Russell was commissioned to write an annotated bibliography and literature review on the health workforce
Dr Russell prepared a successful funding submission ‘Local community campaigns to promote better Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health program’ to Department of Health and Ageing.
“Feedin’ the mob” was a ‘hands-on’ community engagement project that delivered key health promotion messages and support the development of health literacy and practical life skills in a culturally appropriate manner for the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in the Whittlesea LGA and surrounding region.
Dr Russell facilitated the Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP) forum on diabetes.
Dr Russell interviewed patients who participated in the Medi-Hotel Trial.
Dr Russell worked with a team on a qualitative project to explore views about where and how people wanted to die.
Dr Russell was part of a team that undertook an analysis of quantitative data investigating serious adverse events in a public hospital.
Dr Russell was commissioned to write papers for PHA newsletter: “Evaluating the effectiveness of public health interventions: getting the numbers and getting them noticed” and “Refugee health: a public health response”.