Self-regulated learning instructional support for students enrolled in an accelerated nursing program
For some time, accelerated learning programs have constituted one of the fastest growing areas of higher education (Wlodkowski, 2003). In recent years, Australian universities have introduced accelerated programs to address shortfalls in the registered nurse (RN) workforce. These programs extend over 18 months to a two-year period (McKenna, Brooks,& Vanderheide, 2017). Students find transitioning into an accelerated program challenging in adjusting to the additional workload and the curriculum structure (Urquhart& Pooley, 2007). (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 18, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Susan Irvine, Ingrid Brooks, Rosalind Lau, Lisa McKenna Source Type: research

Transitioning through a Bachelor of Nursing program: The enrolled nurse experience
The Enrolled Nurse (EN) (similar to the Licensed Practical Nurse in North America and second-level nurse in the United Kingdom) is a registered member of a healthcare team that is required to work under the direct, or indirect supervision of the Registered Nurse (RN) (Nursing& Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA), 2016). Since the introduction of the hospital-based certificate qualification, there have been several changes to the training that ENs have undertaken in Australia, culminating in the nationally based diploma currently offered by the technical and further education sector (Jacob, McKenna,& D ’Amore,...
Source: Collegian - January 17, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Peter Wall, Catherine Fetherston, Caroline Browne Source Type: research

A reputational risk for the profession: Workplace violence toward nursing students
Summary of relevanceProblemWorkplace violence is a significant cause of stress during clinical placement and student nurses are at risk of being victimized and bullyed.We need to understand the factors associated with WV so that such behaviours can be appropriately addressed.What is already knownInternationally, WV toward nursing students is common with many experiencing the impact of such behaviours.What this paper addsThe findings provide insight into the perspectives of nursing students in Turkey. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 17, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Yeter Sinem Üzar-Özçetin, Stephen Tee, Mehtap Erkan Source Type: research

A clearer pathway —The future of the gynaecological oncology specialist nurse role
There has been a proliferation of specialist nurse roles throughout developed nations over the past two decades (Castledine, 2002; Duffield, Gardner, Chang, Fry,& Stasa, 2011; Roberts, Floyd,& Thompson, 2011). In Australia, the growth and development of these roles has been largely unregulated by the nursing profession. Specialist nurse roles have emerged from practice as a means of addressing the needs of healthcare organisations and the patients they treat. As Castledine (2002, p. 507) stated, “specialist nurses have developed because patients need them”. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 14, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Olivia Cook, Meredith McIntyre, Katrina Recoche, Susan Lee Source Type: research

Developing the future rural nursing workforce: report on a nursing roundtable
There are ongoing health workforce shortages in rural Australia with nurses a major component of the provision of health care. Training for nursing students in rural areas is one strategy to overcome this. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 13, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Marjorie J. Collett, Claire Fraser, Sandra C. Thompson Tags: Review Source Type: research

Barriers to uptake and use of codes of ethics by nurses
Following Australia ’s adoption of the International Council of Nurses Code of Ethics for Nurses (ICN Code) (2012) on 1st March 2018, a literature review was conducted as a part of the University of Sydney Summer Scholar Program to examine what is already known about the use and implementation of the ICN Code by nurs es in an international context. The first part of this literature review explored the origins of professional codes of ethics in nursing, and what nurses perceive their utility and functions to be. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 13, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Skye Blackwood, Mary Chiarella Tags: Review Source Type: research

Corrigendum to “Individual resilience, intention to stay, and work frustration among postgraduate two-year programme nurses” [Collegian 26 (2019) 435–440]
We described: (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 13, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Yuan-Ya Lin, Yi-Hua Lee, Shu-Chen Chang, De-Chih Lee, Kuang-Yi Lu, Yzu-Min Hung, Yuan-Ping Chang Source Type: research

Comm2Work: Developing a nursing workforce plan for a child and youth community health service
There is a dearth of evidence on applied methodologies to workforce planning in nursing. Research and commentary to date reflects ad hoc, operational planning rather than strategic approaches. Strategic planning is particularly important in primary health care settings because investment in the early years lays the foundation for lifelong health representing a long-term return on investment. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 13, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Robyn A. Penny, Wendy Fennah Source Type: research

Factors influencing missed nursing care for older people following fragility hip fracture
Older people suffering fragility hip fractures are among the most fragile and vulnerable hospital patients. They often have complex care needs due to pre-existing and chronic conditions which may exacerbate as a consequence of surgery and hospitalisation. When deviations from best practice occur, care can be missed. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 13, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Amanda Fitzgerald, Claire Verrall, Julie Henderson, Eileen Willis Source Type: research

Preceptors ’ perceptions of supporting nursing students in prison health services: A qualitative study
Our university commenced clinical placements for third-year nursing students in Prison Health Services (PHS) in 2014. Registered nurse preceptors employed in these services facilitated students ’ experiential workplace learning, assessed their competence and assisted them to meet course objectives in this challenging environment. To date, no studies have examined preceptors’ experiences of supporting students in the prison health setting. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - January 13, 2020 Category: Nursing Authors: Judith Needham, Thea F. van de Mortel Source Type: research

Emergency nurses ’ Evidence-Based Practice attitudes, self-efficacy, knowledge, skills and behaviors before an educational intervention – Baseline of a Randomized Controlled Trial
Emergency nurses are expected to follow recent research findings and ensure that their practice is based on evidence. Yet, during busy work-shifts in overcrowded emergency departments, evidence-based practice (EBP) is not always implemented. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 31, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Elina Koota, Maria K ääriäinen, Mitja Lääperi, Hanna-Leena Melender Source Type: research

Pressure injury prevalence in Australian & New Zealand hospitals: Systematic review protocol
Pressure injuries are a global, largely preventable problem. Pressure injuries, and their complications are associated with higher morbidity and mortality rates and place a financial strain on health care systems. Pressure injury prevalence studies are conducted regularly within hospitals in Australia and New Zealand, however there is no consensus on the prevalence rate of pressure injuries in these settings. This lack of data synthesis limits the ability of healthcare organisations to evaluate pressure injury practice against national and international benchmarks. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 21, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Kyrie Rodgers, Jenny Sim, Ross Clifton Tags: Protocol Source Type: research

Building resilience among rural and remote nurses in Queensland, Australia
This study evaluated a workplace resilience intervention involving registered nurses working in rural and remote settings in Queensland, Australia. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 19, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Victoria R. Terry, Coralie J. Graham, Cath Rogers, Mark Craigie, Desley G. Hegney, Clare S. Rees, Chris Small Source Type: research

Conquering the great divide: Rural mothers of children with chronic health conditions accessing specialist medical care for their children
Globally, the number of children with chronic health conditions (CHCs) is increasing and mothers are mostly responsible for their care. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 19, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Sally Bristow, Tamara Power, Debra Jackson, Kim Usher Source Type: research

Finding ways together: Researching with Aboriginal women in a mental health setting
This paper describes the collaborative development of a method and process for transcultural qualitative enquiry, undertaken as the second phase of a mixed methods PhD research project. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 16, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Patricia Bradley, Tricia Nagel, Karen Macklin, Cherise Daiyi, Anne Lowell, Sandra Dunn Source Type: research

Mitigating opioid errors in inpatient palliative care: A qualitative study
Opioids are high-risk medicines used in high doses and volumes in specialist palliative care inpatient services to manage palliative patients ’ pain and other symptoms. Despite the high volume of opioid use in this care setting, serious errors with opioids are exceedingly rare. However, little is known about the factors that mitigate opioid errors in specialist palliative care inpatient services. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 8, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Nicole Heneka, Priyanka Bhattarai, Tim Shaw, Debra Rowett, Samuel Lapkin, Jane L. Phillips Source Type: research

The effect of a purpose-built memory support unit on the transition to high level dementia care; Perspectives of multiple participants
Australia faces the challenge of an ageing population. The incidence of people with dementia unable to live in the community is expected to rise leading to demands on care facilities to provide specialised care. This paper reports on the effect a purpose-built Memory Support Unit has on multiple participants during the transition from home, or an aged care residence, to high level dementia care. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 8, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Marc Broadbent, Sandra Gilbert Source Type: research

Family carers ’ needs related to management of functional disability in dementia care and use of mHealth applications in health information seeking: An online survey
Family carers of people with dementia face different challenges in providing care for daily living activities of their care recipients. Today, mHealth applications are widely used in healthcare. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 7, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Sarath Rathnayake, Wendy Moyle, Cindy Jones, Pauline Calleja Source Type: research

Costs of inadvertent perioperative hypothermia in Australia: A cost-of-illness study
A definitive cost analysis of preventing inadvertent perioperative hypothermia (IPH) in surgical patients in Australia is lacking. Preventing IPH is a common nurse-led initiative in surgery and cost savings represent the value of nursing care. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 6, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Nicholas Ralph, Jeffrey Gow, Aaron Conway, Jed Duff, Karen-Leigh Edward, Kim Alexander, Anselm Br äuer Source Type: research

Adoption of new practice standards in nursing: Revalidation of a tool to measure performance using the Australian registered nurse standards for practice
In Australia, performance of nursing students during clinical placements is assessed against national practice standards. Access to a tool that has a common assessment language can reduce confusion across assessors, practice areas and programmes of nursing. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 6, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Christine Ossenberg, Marion Mitchell, Amanda Henderson Source Type: research

How are older people ’s care preferences documented towards the end of life?
Meeting individuals ’ preferences is essential to achieve quality care at the end of life. Documenting these preferences in the healthcare system is an essential step to achieve them. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - December 5, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Sue Williams, Kerry Hwang, James Watt, Frances Batchelor, Katrin Gerber, Barbara Hayes, Bianca Brijnath Source Type: research

Primary health care content in Australian undergraduate nursing curricula
The importance of primary health care PHC is receiving increasing attention. The demand for skilled workers is due to an increased emphasis on community-based care but until recent times pre-registration preparation for nurses, including clinical placements, have focussed on acute care specialties. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 30, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Pauline Murray-Parahi, Michelle DiGiacomo, Debra Jackson, Jane Phillips, Patricia M. Davidson Source Type: research

Nurse-led interventions to manage hypertension in general practice: A systematic review protocol
This systematic review seeks to synthesise randomised controlled trials reporting the impact of interventions delivered by nurses in primary care to enhance blood pressure control and minimise lifestyle risk factors in hypertensive patients. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 30, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Sudipta Chowdhury, Catherine Stephen, Susan McInnes, Elizabeth Halcomb Source Type: research

Mental health stigma and undergraduate nursing students: A self-determination theory perspective
Clinical placements are essential in preparing students for professional practice. Given the serious negative impact of stigma on people with lived experiences of mental illness, it is essential to explore whether the educational setting of a clinical placement can influence mental health stigma. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 29, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Dana Perlman, Lorna Moxham, Christopher Patterson, Anita Cregan, Stewart Alford, Amy Tapsell Source Type: research

Home and away: A national mixed-methods questionnaire survey of host and migrant Registered Nurses in New Zealand
There are numerous studies examining the experiences of migrant nurses. However, there is less literature related to the concomitant experience of host nurses. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 27, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Margaret Brunton, Catherine Cook, L éonie Walker, Jill Clendon, Nilo Atefi Source Type: research

Aboriginal people with chronic HCV: The role of community health nurses for improving health-related quality of life
This study provides data that help understand the long-term consequences of living with HCV infection within the Aboriginal community. It outlines opportunities for nursing interventions for hepatitis care that focus on supporting mental health and drug and alcohol issues within this population. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 27, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Amineh Rashidi, Peter Higgs, Susan Carruthers Source Type: research

Blood sampling through peripheral intravenous cannulas: A look at current practice in Australia
Sampling blood from a peripheral intravenous cannula offers an alternative to venepuncture. This practice can reduce frequency of venepuncture and patient discomfort. Opponents argue the practice increases the chance of haemolysis, risk of infection and device failure. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 27, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Hugh Davies, Linda L. Coventry, Alycia Jacob, Laurita Stoneman, Elisabeth Jacob Source Type: research

Fostering graduate nurse practice readiness in context
The healthcare environment is highly pressured, dynamic and demanding of staff. Existing research indicates that when graduate nurses begin work, they are not practice ready and struggle to adapt and manage their responsibilities as registered nurses. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 25, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Helena Harrison, Melanie Birks, Richard C. Franklin, Jane Mills Source Type: research

Enhanced primary care provided by a nurse practitioner candidate to aged care facility residents: A mixed methods study
Residents of aged care facilities are at risk of potentially preventable hospitalisation. This risk is increased for those who are older, have more co-morbidities, are malnourished, taking multiple medications and have a history of previous falls. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 22, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Alison Craswell, Marianne Wallis, Kaye Coates, Elizabeth Marsden, Andrea Taylor, Marc Broadbent, Kim-Huong Nguyen, Colleen Johnston-Devin, Amanda Glenwright, Julia Crilly Source Type: research

A framework of nurses ’ responsibilities for quality healthcare — Exploration of content validity
Quality of healthcare may be compromised if nurses do not understand the full scope of their responsibilities. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 20, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Elizabeth Oldland, Mari Botti, Alison M. Hutchinson, Bernice Redley Source Type: research

Volunteering in dementia care in an Australian hospital: A phenomenological study
Hospitals can be a distressing environment for people with dementia, family and staff. Volunteers are used successfully in health care settings assisting in the provision of care for people with dementia. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 16, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Alicia Hurst, Elisabeth Coyne, Ursula Kellett, Judith Needham Source Type: research

The body as machine and the lived body in nursing
The Cartesian legacy is manifest in many modern-day nursing practices. Mind-body dualism dictates nursing practices and shapes our views of what constitutes appropriate patient care. However, the philosophy of Maurice Merleau-Ponty provides a method for a holistic understanding of human beings as integrated minds and bodies (lived bodies). (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 16, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Kristin G. Keller Source Type: research

Double degree destinations: Nursing or midwifery
Double degrees in nursing and midwifery have evolved in Australia as a proposed solution to possible impending shortages of qualified midwives in the healthcare workforce. The double degree is seen as a more acceptable option in non-metropolitan areas in particular. Concern has been expressed however, about dilution of midwifery philosophy and graduates ’ opportunities in respect of future clinical practice. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 9, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Karen Yates, Melanie Birks, Helen Coxhead, Lin Zhao Source Type: research

An assessment continuum: How healthcare professionals define and determine practice readiness of newly graduated registered nurses
Healthcare services require graduate nurses to be practice ready, however growing evidence implies that this is not the case. There is a lack of clarity in the literature around the concept of practice readiness and how this is determined. Without a clear definition to guide assessment processes, decisions about graduate nurse practice readiness will remain poorly defined and graduate nurses inadequately supported. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 7, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Helena Harrison, Melanie Birks, Richard Franklin, Jane Mills Source Type: research

Using observational simulation teaching methods in professional development to address patient safety
Framed within the National Quality Health Service Standards and using immersive simulation approaches, a series of videos responding to accreditation audit findings were created and used as teaching artefacts for mandatory professional development at a regional hospital in Australia. The scenarios captured a patient's hospital journey and targeted quality standards for medication administration, infection control, patient identification, documentation and preventing falls. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 5, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Patrea Andersen, Terri Downer, Alexandra Spencer, Kerry Willcocks Source Type: research

Experiences of internationally qualified registered nurses enrolled in a bridging program in Australia: A pilot study
The recruitment of internationally qualified registered nurses (IQNs) is one strategy to meet Australia ’s healthcare needs. New Australian Standards require some IQNs to complete an approved bridging program run by an eligible higher education institution in Australia. Little is known about the experiences of the IQNs enrolled in these bridging programs or their intention to remain in the workforce . (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 3, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Christina Aggar, Lucy Shinners, Tamsin Thomas, Lynette Stockhausen Source Type: research

Barriers and facilitators to a ‘good death’ in heart failure: An integrative review
Heart failure is the final common pathway of many cardiovascular diseases, and yet many individuals with heart failure die hospitalised, suffering needlessly and experiencing what could be termed a ‘bad death’. While it is essential to address the wishes of individuals and their families in improving the quality of end-of-life care for patients with heart failure, their unmet needs remain poorly understood. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - November 1, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Reiko Asano, Martha Abshire, Cheryl Dennison-Himmelfarb, Patricia M. Davidson Tags: Review Source Type: research

Identifying nurse sensitive indicators specific to haemodialysis nursing: A Delphi approach
Nurse sensitive indicators measure the quality of care that is specific to the practice of nurses. There are currently few indicators suitable to measure haemodialysis nursing practice. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 31, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: David McIntyre, Fiona Coyer, Ann Bonner Source Type: research

The experience and challenges of rural persons with cancer and their families
Approximately 30% of the population of Australia live over 180  km from tertiary healthcare facilities. In rural areas there are fewer health resources and greater travelling distances for treatment. Family support for health care or illness prevention can either be strengthened or disrupted in times of need, yet family is a key aspect of the person’s suppo rtive network. This research sought to understand the experiences and challenges for persons with cancer and their families from rural Queensland. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 31, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Elisabeth Coyne, Valda Frommolt, Asiyeh Salehi Source Type: research

Extending palliative care for underserved populations: Time to act
Palliative care may have its genesis in cancer, but over the past two decades it has been expanded to include people living with other chronic life-limiting illnesses. As a result there is now growing international acceptance that access to palliative care is a basic human right (Gwyther, Brennan,& Harding, 2009). However, making this a reality requires that access to palliative care services is assured for a number of underserved or marginalised populations. Other examples include First Nations people (i.e. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 31, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Jane Phillips, Melissa Bloomer, Jason Mills Tags: Editorial Source Type: research

Quality audit of an early childhood nurse program for resettled refugees
The world is in a state of humanitarian crisis. Globally, millions of people are being forcibly displaced, seeking refuge from persecution, violence, conflict and violation of basic human rights (Refugee Council of Australia, 2017). Children younger than 18 years accounted for 51% of the world ’s refugees in 2016 (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 2017). (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 24, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Yuanee Wickramasinghe, Sandy Eagar, Mitchell Smith Source Type: research

An integrative review of Enrolled Nurse recruitment and retention
Australia is facing a severe shortage of Enrolled Nurses. Jurisdictions have introduced strategies in attempts to recruit and retain Enrolled Nurses in the health workforce. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 23, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Nicole Blay, Louise E. Smith Tags: Review Source Type: research

Enhancing student understanding of nursing inherent requirements using assessment for learning
Where misperceptions and a lack of understanding of the realities of the Nursing profession exist, this can result in students entering into Nursing degrees without understanding the academic knowledge, behavioural and physical attributes and other inherent requirements necessary to undertake and succeed in their studies and subsequent career. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 23, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Catherine M. Fetherston, Sharryn Batt Source Type: research

The impact of an integrated electronic health record on nurse time at the bedside: A pre-post continuous time and motion study
Evidence about the effectiveness of electronic health records in improving nursing workload efficiency is uncertain. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 23, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Rachel M. Walker, Elizabeth Burmeister, Carol Jeffrey, Sean Birgan, Elizabeth Garrahy, Jenny Andrews, Adriana Hada, Leanne M. Aitken Source Type: research

Contesting the term ‘compassion fatigue’: Integrating findings from social neuroscience and self-care research
Nurses describe work-related distress and exhaustion as compassion fatigue and burnout. However, neuroscientists confirm compassion does not cause fatigue. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 23, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Anne Hofmeyer, Kate Kennedy, Ruth Taylor Source Type: research

Medication adherence among people of Indian ethnicity living with chronic disease following migration to Australia
The self-management of chronic conditions is challenging for culturally and linguistically diverse populations who have migrated to predominantly English-speaking countries. There are barriers such as lack of engagement with health services and language difficulties. Despite the importance of medication adherence for people who have migrated, there has been limited research. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 19, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Charanjit Singh, Kimberley Crawford, Suzanne Willey, Helen Hall, Karen Harder, Virginia Plummer, Allison Williams Source Type: research

Home-based care for people with disabilities: Role of registered nurses within the District health system in Thailand
In Thailand, the number of people with physical disabilities (PwD) has been increasing. Following sweeping health care reforms in 2002, efforts were made to improve accessibility to health care by greatly increasing the number of Registered Nurses (RNs) working in local community health centres. Little is known, however, about the role of RNs in improving accessibility to home-based care and the outcomes of care for PwD in Thailand. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 18, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Civilaiz Wanaratwichit, Danny Hills, Mary Cruickshank Source Type: research

Why do nurses miss infection control activities? A qualitative study
This study explores missed infection control activities through the lens of missed or rationed care. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 18, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Julie Henderson, Eileen Willis, Allison Roderick, Kasia Bail, Genevieve Brideson Source Type: research

Leadership for evidence-based practice —Enforcing or enabling implementation?
The implementation of research evidence into nursing and midwifery practice and care is inconsistent. Leadership is identified as one of the variables that influences the implementation of evidence-based practice. However, less is known about which type of nursing and midwifery leadership roles are key to enhance implementation, nor the specific strategies that should be used. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 14, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Gill Harvey, Janet Kelly, Alison Kitson, Karleen Thornton, Vanessa Owen Source Type: research

Paediatric nursing research in Australia: A descriptive survey
High-quality paediatric nursing research is needed to inform and advance nursing practice. To date there has not been a systematic description of the current state of Australian paediatric nursing research. (Source: Collegian)
Source: Collegian - October 13, 2019 Category: Nursing Authors: Amanda J Ullman, Hui Xu, Amy Mitchell, Rebecca Doyle, Tricia Kleidon, Claire Rickard, Marie Cooke, Amanda Harley, Victoria Kain, Elizabeth Forster, Helen Petsky Source Type: research