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Bandura's exercise self-efficacy scale: validation in an Australian cardiac rehabilitation setting.
BACKGROUND Despite the established benefits of cardiac rehabilitation (CR) in improving health outcomes for people with cardiovascular disease, adherence to regular physical activity at recommended… Expand
Struggling for legitimacy: nursing students' stories of organisational aggression, resilience and resistance.
There is a considerable body of literature scrutinising and theorising negative and hostile behaviour such as violence and interpersonal conflict in the nursing workplace. However, relatively little… Expand
Voices from the floor: Nurses' perceptions of the medical emergency team.
- Y. Salamonson, B. van Heere, B. Everett, P. Davidson
- Intensive & critical care nursing
- 1 June 2006
Nurses are the main group of clinicians who activate the medical emergency team (MET), placing them in an excellent position to provide valuable insights regarding the effectiveness of this system.… Expand
Nursing as first choice predicts nursing program completion.
- Y. Salamonson, B. Everett, M. Cooper, Lien Lombardo, Roslyn Weaver, P. Davidson
- Nurse education today
BACKGROUND Attrition from nursing programs is common, costly and burdensome to individuals, nursing faculties and the health care system. Increasingly, nursing faculties are requested to monitor… Expand
English-language acculturation predicts academic performance in nursing students who speak English as a second language.
- Y. Salamonson, B. Everett, J. Koch, S. Andrew, P. Davidson
- Medicine, Psychology
- Research in nursing & health
- 1 February 2008
Students who speak English as a second language (ESL) face considerable challenges in English language universities, but little is known about the relationship between English-language acculturation… Expand
Academic engagement and disengagement as predictors of performance in pathophysiology among nursing students
Abstract Connecting students with learning activities to promote academic engagement has been a focus of higher education over the past decade, partly driven by an increasing rate of student… Expand
The impact of interruptions on medication errors in hospitals: an observational study of nurses
AIM To explore interruptions during medication preparation and administration and their consequences. BACKGROUND Although not all interruptions in nursing have a negative impact, interruptions… Expand
Demographic and academic-related differences between standard-entry and graduate-entry nursing students: a prospective correlational survey.
BACKGROUND Students who enroll in graduate-entry nursing programs are described as more highly motivated, scoring higher in most learning strategies, and achieving greater academic success than… Expand
Psychometric testing of the abbreviated Clinical Learning Environment Inventory (CLEI-19).
- Y. Salamonson, S. Bourgeois, B. Everett, Roslyn Weaver, Kath Peters, D. Jackson
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of advanced nursing
- 1 December 2011
AIM This paper is a report of a test of the psychometric properties of a 19-item version of the Clinical Learning Environment Inventory. BACKGROUND Although the clinical learning environment… Expand
Beyond the ceiling effect: Using a mixed methods approach to measure patient satisfaction
Abstract This study reports patient satisfaction with the nursing care on a neurosurgical critical care unit. A modified version of the Ludwig-Beymer Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire (PSQ-7) was… Expand