Rebecca English

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First release: 3 February 2016 (Page numbers not final at time of first release) 1 Mitochondria are organelles found in nearly all cells in the human body and are best known for their role in regulating cellular energy balance (sometimes described as the “energy factory” of the cell). Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) is the only source of DNA in(More)
Nurses play a pivotal role in responding to the changing needs of community health care. Therefore, nursing education must be relevant, responsive, and evidence based. We report a case study of curriculum development in a community nursing unit embedded within an undergraduate nursing degree. We used action research to develop, deliver, evaluate, and(More)
Regardless of the number of nurses who undertake graduate certificate courses in critical care nursing in Victoria, Australia, there is still a shortage of skilled nurses in the critical care areas. Preparation for practice in this specialist field has moved from hospital-based programs to tertiary-based courses during the past decade. As a consequence,(More)
Mothers represent a large segment of marketing dollars and traditionally, word of mouth was spread from mother to mother in a face-to-face environment, such as the school car park or mother’s groups. As families have evolved, so too has the traditional mother’s group. Limited academic studies have explored online mothers’ groups and how they impact on(More)
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