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Who would want to be a nurse? Violence in the workplace--a factor in recruitment and retention.
In a climate of a declining nursing workforce where violence and hostility is a part of the day-to-day lives of most nurses, it is timely to name violence as a major factor in the recruitment and… Expand
Cognitive rehabilitation after severe traumatic brain injury: A pilot programme of goal planning and outdoor adventure course participation
- A. Walker, Margaret Onus, M. Doyle, J. Clare, Kathleen M. McCarthy
- Psychology, Medicine
- Brain injury
- 1 January 2005
Primary objective: To describe and evaluate a pilot community based rehabilitation programme for severe brain injury.Research design: A prospective repeated-measures design with a single convenience… Expand
Serial casting versus positioning for the treatment of elbow contractures in adults with traumatic brain injury: a randomized controlled trial
- A. Moseley, L. Hassett, Joan Y. H. Leung, J. Clare, R. Herbert, L. Harvey
- Clinical rehabilitation
- 1 May 2008
Objective: To compare the effects of serial casting with positioning for 1 hour per day for the treatment of elbow flexion contracture in adults with traumatic brain injury. Design: Pragmatic… Expand
From university student to registered nurse: the perennial enigma.
Crucial issues related to the transition from university student to registered nurse are addressed, through a review of the literature. The considerable literature in this area indicates three… Expand
Discharge planning and continuity of care for aged people: indicators of satisfaction and implications for practice.
In this study using questionnaire and in-depth interviews, a sample of 67 aged participants conveyed their health experiences related to the process of discharge planning. The objectives of the study… Expand
Planning aged care in Australia: a review and critique of the reforms 1975-96.
The residential aged-care reforms implemented a decade ago in Australia have seen the planning of nursing-home beds, hostel places and home/community care using a rigid, demographically-based… Expand
Evaluation of a model of collaboration: academic and clinician partnership in the development and implementation of undergraduate teaching.
The difficulty nursing students experience in making the transition from the university to clinical context is attributed to the gap between theory and practice, and education and service.… Expand
The role of the hospital liaison nurse in effective discharge planning for older people: perspectives of discharge planners.
The study identified effective discharge planning for older people from the perspectives of older people, their carers and nursing and social work discharge planners at a city hospital. This article… Expand
Palliative care in South Australian nursing homes.
A survey of directors of nursing and registered nurses working in 151 South Australian nursing homes was conducted to identify the proportion of residents who received palliative care and the nursing… Expand
Engendering change: empowering nurse academics to take part in a university research culture.
Any school of nursing, which is building upon a college-based teaching culture to create and maintain a viable research culture within a university, must build from within its own resources. This… Expand