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Publications

2011

  • Twigg, D., Duffield, C., Bremner, A., Rapley, P., Finn, J. (2011) The characteristics of hospital nursing staff and patient outcomes: A response to Garland and Glenn. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 48, 657-658. . doi: 10.1016?j.inurstu.2011.02.003
  • O’Connor, M., Pugh, J., Hughes, J., Fisher, C. (2011) The palliative care interdisciplinary team: WHre is the community pharmacist? (Editorial). Journal of Palliative Medicine, 14 (1), 7-11. doi: 10.1089/jpm.2010.0369

2010

  • Twigg, D., Duffield, C., Thompson,P.L., and Rapley, P. (2010) The impact of nurses on patient morbidity and mortaliaty – the need for a policy change in response to the nursing shortage. Australian Health Review. Vol 34, Issue 3, p 312 -316 doi: 10.1071/AH08668 0156-2788/10/030312
  • Twigg, D., Duffield, C., Bremner, A., Rapley, P. and Finn, J. (2010). The impact of nursing hours per patient day (NHPPD) staffing method on patient outcomes: A retrospective analysis of patient and staffing data. The International Journal of Nursing Studies. doi: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2010.07.013
  • Williams, A.M., Toye, C., Deas, K., Fairclough, D., Curro, K. and Oldham, L. (in press). Evaluating the feasibility and effect of using a hospital wide coordinated approach to introduce evidence-based changes for pain management. Pain Management Nursing
  • Williams, AM., Colefax, L. & O’Driscoll, C. (2010). Building Confidence in the Living Renal Donor Process. Transplant Journal of Australasia, 19(3), 6-11. 

2009

  • Wilkinson, A. M., and Sim, M. (2009). Encyclopedia of the life course and human development (pp. 134-137) Book: End of life decision making. In D. Carr (Ed.),. Detroit: MacMillan Reference USA.
  • Knight, S. (2009). Journal Self-Citation XVI: Academic Citations – A Question of Ethics? Communications of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 25, Article 16
  • Knight, S. (2009 – in press). The Combined Conceptual Life-Cycle Model of Information Quality: Part 1, An Investigative Framework. International Journal of Information Quality
  • Matzo, M., Wilkinson, A., Lynn, J., Gatto, M. and Phillips, S. Palliative Care Considerations for Mass Casualty Events with Scarce Resources. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Bio-defense Strategy, Practice and Science, 2009, 7( 2): 199-210.

2008

  • Shuttleworth, C., Rudd, C. J., Smith, P., Combs, S. and Wain, T. (in press), The experience of faculty practice: Developing and evaluating a newly established program, Nurse Education Today.
  • Mitchell, T., O'Sullivan, P.B., Burnett, A.F. and Rudd, C, J. (in press), Low back pain characteristics from undergraduate student to working nurse in Australia: A cross-sectional survey, International Journal of Nursing Studies.
  • Zilembo, M., and Monterosso, L. (2008). Nursing students’ perceptions of desirable leadership qualities in nurse preceptors: A descriptive survey. Contemporary Nurse 27(2), 1-9.
  • Arthur, D., DruryJ., Sy-Sinda M.T., Nakao, R., Lopez, A., Gloria, G., Turtal, R. and Luna, E. A primary health care curriculum in action: The lived experience of primary health care nurses in a school of nursing in the Philippines: A phenomenological study, The School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
  • Auret, K., Toye, C.,Goucke, R., Kristjanson, L.J., Bruce, D., and Schug, S. (2008). Development and testing of a modified version of the Brief Pain Inventory (Cleeland, 1989) for use in residential aged care facilities. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 52(2), 301-306.
  • McConigley, R., Toye, C., Goucke, R., and Kristjanson, L.J. (2008). Developing Recommendations for Implementing the Australian Pain Society’s Pain Management Strategies in Residential Aged Care. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 27, (1), 45-49.
  • Wilkinson, A. and Sim, M. (in press). Decision-Making at the End-of-Life. Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development, Gale Publishing, part of Cengage Learning, Framing Hills, MI.
  • Liddicoat, R.V., Wilkinson, A.M., Lynn, J., and Lorenz, K. (in press). Can We Ensure Patient-Centered End-of-Life Care? Evidence from a Systematic Review of Advance Care Planning. Journal of Quality Outcomes.
  • Lorenz, K., Lynn, J., Dy, S., Shugarman, L.R., Wilkinson, A.M.,Mularski, R.A., Morton, S.C., Hughes, R., Hilton, L.K., Maglione, M., Rhodes, S.L., Rolon, C., Sun, V.C. and Shekelle, P.G. The Evidence for Improving Care at the End of Life: A Systematic Review. Published as Qaseem A., Snow V., Shekelle P. et al. (2008). Evidence-Based Interventions to Improve the Palliative Care of Pain, Dyspnea, and Depression at the End-of-Life: A Clinical Practice Guideline from the American College of Physicians. Annals of Internal Medicine, 148:141-146.
  • Zilembo, M. and Metcalfe, H. L. (2008). The Virtual Health and Wellness Centre: Problem Based Learning in Action. Proceedings of the PBL 2008 Conference (electronic resource). Mexico, University of Colima.
  • Harris, M. (2008). A content analysis of communication in an obstetric emergency (submitted for consideration) Human Factors.
  • Mitchell, T; O’Sullivan, P.B.; Burnett, A. F.; Straker, L. and Rudd C. (2008).Low back pain characteristics from undergraduate student to working nurse in Australia: A cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Nursing Studies. doi: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2008.03.001
  • Kerse, N., Flicker, L., Pfaff, J.J., Draper’ Lautenschlager, N.T., Sim, M., Snowden, J. and Almeide, O.P. (2008).
  • Falls, Depression and Anitdepressants in Later Lifer: A Large Primary Care Appraisal. PLoS One, 3 (6) 2423, 1-9.
  • Shuttleworth, C, Rudd, CJ, Smith, P, Combs, S and Wain, TD. (2008). The experience of faculty practice: Developing and evaluating a newly established program Nurse Education Today (in press, August publication).
  • Zilembo, M., and Monterosso, L. (2008). Towards a conceptual framework for preceptorship in the clinical education of undergraduate nursing students. Contemporary Nurse [in press].
  • Auret, K., Toye, C., Goucke, R., Kristjanson, L. J., Bruce, D., and Schug, S. (2008). Development and testing of a modified version of the Brief Pain Inventory (Cleeland, 1989) for use in residential aged care facilities. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 52(2), 301-306.
  • McConigley, R., Toye, C., Goucke, R., and Kristjanson, L. J. (2008). Developing Recommendations for Implementing the Australian Pain Society’s Pain Management Strategies in Residential Aged Care. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 27, (1), 45-49.
  • Matzo, M., Wilkinson, A.M., Gatto, M., Lynn, J. and Phillips, S. Palliative Care for Mass Casualty Events (under review). Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science.
  • Wilkinson, A. and Sim, M. (in press). Decision-Making at the End-of-Life. Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development, Gale Publishing, part of Cengage Learning, Framing Hills, MI.
  • Liddicoat, R.V., Wilkinson, A.M., Lynn, J. and Lorenz, K. (in press). Can We Ensure Patient-Centered End-of-Life Care? Evidence from a Systematic Review of Advance Care Planning. Journal of Quality Outcomes.
  • Lorenz, K., Lynn, J., Dy, S., Shugarman, L.R., Wilkinson, A.M., Mularski, R.A., Morton, S.C., Hughes, R., Hilton, L.K., Maglione, M., Rhodes, S.L., Rolon, C., Sun, V.C. and Shekelle, P.G. The Evidence for Improving Care at the End of Life: A Systematic Review. Published as Qaseem A., Snow V., Shekelle P. et al. (2008). Evidence-Based Interventions to Improve the Palliative Care of Pain, Dyspnea, and Depression at the End-of-Life: A Clinical Practice Guideline from the American College of Physicians. Annals of Internal Medicine, 148:141-146.
  • Mitchell, T; O’Sullivan, P.B.; Burnett, A. F.; Straker, L. and Rudd, C. (2008)Low back pain characteristics from undergraduate student to working nurse in Australia: A cross-sectional survey. International Journal of Nursing Studies. doi: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2008.03.001
  • Kerse, N., Flicker, L., Pfaff, J.J., Draper’ Lautenschlager, N.T., Sim, M., Snowden, J. and Almeide, O.P. (2008). Falls, Depression and Anitdepressants in Later Life: A Large Primary Care Appraisal. PLoS One, 3 (6) 2423, 1-9.
  • Shuttleworth, C., Rudd, C.J., Smith, P., Combs, S. and Wain, T.D. (2008) The experience of faculty practice: Developing and evaluating a newly established program. Nurse Education Today, 28, 702-710.
  • Lorenz, K., Lynn, J., Dy, S., Shugarman, L.R., Wilkinson, A.M., Mularski, R.A., Morton, S.C., Hughes, R., Hilton, L.K., Maglione, M., Rhodes, S.L., Rolon, C., Sun, V.C. & Shekelle, P.G. (2008). The Evidence for Improving Care at the End of Life: A Systematic Review and Background Paper for a Clinical Guideline of the American College of Physicians.
  • Annals of Internal Medicine; 148(2):147-159. Work Cited in: A., Snow V., Shekelle P. et al. for (2008).
  • Dy, .S.M., Shugarman, L.R., Lorenz, K.A., Mularski, R.A., Lynn, J. and Wilkinson, A.M. et al. (2008). A systematic review of satisfaction with care at the end of life. Journal of the American Geriatrics Societ.; 56(1):124-129.
  • Mularski, R.A., Dy, S.M., Shugarman, L.R., Wilkinson, A.M., Lynn, J., Shekelle, P.G., et al. (2007).
  • A systematic review of measures of end-of-life care and its outcomes, Health Services Research 42(5):1848-1870. [PMID: 178505523].
  • Phillips, S.J., Knebel, A., Roberts, M., Hodge, J.G., Gabriel, E., Hick, J.L., Cantrill, S., Wilkinson, A.M. and Matszo, M. (2007). Critical issues in preparing for a mass casualty event: Highlights from a new community planning guide. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice and Science. Vol 5(3):268-270, 2007.
  • Lorenz, K., Lynn, J., Wilkinson, A.M. et al. Evidence-Based Interventions to Improve the Palliative Care of Pain, Dyspnea, and Depression at the End-of-Life: A Clinical Practice Guideline from the American College of Physicians. Annals of Internal Medicine, 148:141-146.
  • Prof Anne Wilkinson was an Invited Contributor to the Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development, chapter on Advance Care Planning and Medical Decision-making: “End of Life Decision-Making.” Gale Publications, Farmington Hills, MI, USA. Published December, 2008.
  • Wilkinson, A.M., Lynn, J., Chaudhry, E., Noyes Simon, L. and Lynch Schuster, J. The Common Sense Guide to Improving Palliative Care; 2007. Oxford University Press.
  • Wilkinson, A.M., Lynn, J., Noyes Simon, L. and Lynch Schuster, J. Improving Care for the End of Life: A Sourcebook for Health Care Managers and Clinicians, 2nd Edition; 2007.
  • Johnston, S. Commentary on the Report of the Health Committee - Inquiry into the provision of Ambulance Services in New Zealand. Journal of Primary Emergency Health Care; Volume 6: Issue 3 Article Number: 990323. 2008.
  • Zilembo, M., and Monterosso, L. (2008). Nursing students’ perceptions of desirable leadership qualities in nurse preceptors: A descriptive survey. Contemporary Nurse, 27(2), p. 194-206.
  • Zilembo, M., and Monterosso, L. (2009). Towards a conceptual framework for preceptorship in the clinical education of undergraduate nursing students. Contemporary Nurse, 30(1), p. 89-93.
  • Ewens, B., Jevon, P. and Humphreys, M. co-editors of a book (2008): Nursing Medical Emergency Patients (Chichester West Sussex: Blackwell Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-4051-2055-5).

2007

  • Rudd, C.J., (2007). ‘Leading Opinion: Current issues in mental health service provision in Australia’, Collegian, Journal of Royal College of Nursing Australia, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 3-4.
  • Rudd, C.J., (2007). ‘Community engagement: A partnership approach to measurement, evaluation and benchmarking processes’, The Australasian Journal of Community Engagement, vol. 2. pp. 73-87.
  • Rudd, C.J., Churchouse, C. and Swift, A., (2007). ‘Career development in nursing: An integrated and longitudinal community engagement program’, The Australasian Journal of Community Engagement, vol. 2, pp. 194-204.
  • Glover, P., Churchouse, C., Saunders, L. and Rudd, C.J., (2007). ‘Two is better than one: Model in joint collaboration to achieve excellence for the nurse practitioner’, in The Nurse Practitioner Series, Department of Health Western Australia, Perth, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 51-5.

2006

  • Aoun, S., Kristjanson, L. and Oldham, L., (2006). The challenges and unmet needs of people with neurodegenerative conditions and their carers, ACCNS Journal for Community Nurses, 11(1):17-20.
  • Davies, H. and Leslie, G., (2006). Maintaining the CRRT circuit: non-anticoagulant alternatives, Australian Critical Care, 19: 133-138, ISSN: 1036-7314.
  • Decinque, N., Monterosso, L., Dadd, G., Sidhu, R., Lucas, R., Aoun, S., (2006). Hospital-based bereavement support needs of parents whose children have died from cancer. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. 24(2), 65-83.
  • Gill, F., Leslie, G. D. and Southerland, K., (2006). Evaluation of a clinical performance assessment tool within a critical care context, Australian Critical Care, 19:105-113.
  • Gillman, L., Leslie, G., Williams, T., Fawcett, K., Bell, R. and McGibbon, V., (2006). Adverse events experienced while transferring the critically ill patient from the emergency department to the intensive care unit, Emergency Medicine Journal, 23: 858-861, ISSN: 1472-0205.
  • Girgis, A., Johnson, C., Aoun, S. and Currow, D., (2006). Challenges experience by informal caregivers in cancer, Cancer Forum, 30(1):21-25.
  • Lobb, E., Kristjanson, L., Aoun, S. and Monterosso, L., (2006). Complicated Grief: An overview of terminology and diagnostic criteria, Grief Matters, 9(2):28-32.
  • Kristjanson, L., Aoun, S. and Yates, P., (2006). Are supportive services meeting the needs of Australians with neurodegenerative conditions and their families? Journal of Palliative Care, 22(3):151-157.
  • Kristjanson, L., Aoun, S. and Oldham, L., (2006). Supportive and Palliative Care Needs of Individuals with Neurodegenerative Conditions and their Family Carers. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 12 (8), 368-377.
  • Hulse, G., Sim, M. and Khong, E., (2006). Acute pain: the management of opioid seeking behaviour, Helix Review Series – Neuropathic Pain, 1/2006.
  • Hudson, P. L., Toye, C. and Kristjanson, L. J., (2006). Would people with Parkinson, Palliative Medicine, 20:87-94.
  • Leslie, G., (2006). Does television portrayal of medical outcomes influence perceptions of patient recovery?, Australian Critical Care, 19:8.
  • Leslie, G., (2006). Speciality preparation of critical care nurses, Australian Critical Care, 19:43.
  • Lobb, E., Kristjanson, L. J., Aoun, S. and Monterosso, L., (2006). Complicated grief: An overview of terminology and diagnostic criteria. Grief Matters: The Australian Journal of Death and Dying. 9(2), 28-32.
  • O’Connor, M., Fisher, C. and Guilfoyle, A., (2006). Interdisciplinary teams in palliative care: a critical reflection, International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 12:132-137.
  • Stanley, D., (2006). Part 1: In Command of Care: Clinical Nurse Leadership Explored., Journal of Research in Nursing. Jan 1st, Vol II, (1) p. 20 – 39.
  • Stanley, D., (2006). Part 2: In Command of Care:Towards the theory of Congruent Leadership, Journal of Research in Nursing. March 1st, Vol II, (2) p. 132– 144.
  • Stanley, D., (2006). Recognising and Defining Clinical Nurse Leaders, British Journal of Nursing, Jan, Vol. 15, (2) p. 108–111.
  • Stanley, D., (2006). Sadness and Joy: Giving Birth in Zimbabwe, Midwives. Vol. 9 (2) p. 54–58.
  • Stanley, D., (2006). Role Conflict: Leaders and Managers, Nursing Management. Vol. 13(5) p. 31 – 37.
  • Slack-Smith, L., Read, A., Darby, J. and Stanley, D., (2006).Health of Caregivers in Child Care, Child: Care, Health and Development, 32:1,111-119.
  • Toye, C., White, K. and Rooksby, K., (2006). Fatigue in frail elderly people, International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 12(5):202-208.
  • Young, J., Siffleet, J., Nikoletti, S. and Shaw, T., (2006). Use of a Behavioural Pain Scale to assess pain in ventilated, unconscious and/or sedated patients, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 22:32-39.
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