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Learning from the past to inform the future--a survey of consultant nurses in emergency care.
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There was great inequity in the level of preparation for the role, particularly in the transformational leadership, education and training, and practice and service development domains, and strategies for addressing these deficiencies are identified. Expand
A time for international standards?: comparing the Emergency Nurse Practitioner role in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
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The aim of this paper is to compare the Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) role in the UK, Australia and New Zealand to progress towards international standards for regulation, education and core components of practice. Expand
How far is too far? Exploring the perceptions of the professions on their current and future roles in emergency care
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This research explored the perceptions of the professions on their current and future roles in emergency care and found that greater clarification of training and scope of practice is required, enabling clinical roles to develop more consistently. Expand
An investigation of the international literature on nurse practitioner private practice models.
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Proportionally, there are very few NPs engaged in private practice internationally and the most common NP private practice models were community based, with NPs working in clinic settings, either alone or with other health professionals. Expand
Development of a self-assessment teamwork tool for use by medical and nursing students
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Evidence is provided to support the validity and reliability of the self-assessment teamwork tool for students that could be of value to health professional students following team training activities to help them identify the attributes of effective teamwork. Expand
Workforce characteristics of privately practicing nurse practitioners in Australia: Results from a national survey
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The results of this survey confirm that the workforce characteristics of PPNPs provide a potentially untapped resource to meet current primary healthcare demand. Expand
Impact of community based nurse-led clinics on patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, patient access and cost effectiveness: A systematic review.
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Nurse-led clinics have largely shown positive impact on patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, access to care and mixed results on cost-effectiveness. Expand
A systematic review examining the effectiveness of blending technology with team-based learning.
TLDR
There is limited evidence that blended-TBL improved student learning outcomes or student preference, and a clear need for research that can discern the impact of technology into TBL on student preference and learning outcomes, with a particular focus on barriers to student participation with online learning components. Expand
Privately practising nurse practitioners' provision of care subsidised through the Medicare Benefits Schedule and the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme in Australia: results from a national survey.
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The findings of the present study suggest that PPNPs are providing subsidised care through the MBS and PBS, which restrict their capacity to provide complete episodes of patient care. Expand
Practice activities of privately‐practicing nurse practitioners: Results from an Australian survey
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The mainstay of privately-practicing nurse practitioner services is provision of direct patient care in community and primary healthcare settings, suggesting they have emerging potential in addressing the ever-increasing demand for healthcare in Australia. Expand
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