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1-Apr-2013Understanding avoidant leadership in health care: Findings from a secondary analysis of two qualitative studiesJackson, D; Hutchinson, M; Peters, K; Luck, L; Saltman, D
1-Oct-2010Understanding whistleblowing: Qualitative insights from nurse whistleblowersJackson, D; Peters, K; Andrew, S; Edenborough, M; Halcomb, E; Luck, L; Salamonson, Y; Wilkes, L
Jun-2018Unintended consequences of quality improvement programs on the prevention of hospital-acquired conditions: Avoiding the temptation to bite into low-hanging fruitPadula, WV; Davidson, PM; Jackson, D; Pedreira, R; Pronovost, PJ
1-Jan-2015Unravelling the complexities of nursing students' feedback on the clinical learning environment: A mixed methods approachSalamonson, Y; Everett, B; Halcomb, E; Hutchinson, M; Jackson, D; Mannix, J; Peters, K; Weaver, R
1-Oct-2008Use of drug therapy in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): Maternal views and experiencesJackson, D; Peters, K
1-Jul-2007Use of the male condom by heterosexual adolescents and young people: Literature reviewEast, L; Jackson, D; O'Brien, L; Peters, K
1-Jan-2004Using a strengths approach to understand resilience and build health capacity in families.Darbyshire, P; Jackson, D
4-Jun-2015Using appreciative inquiry to bring neonatal nurses and parents together to enhance family-centred care: A collaborative workshopTrajkovski, S; Schmied, V; Vickers, M; Jackson, D
1-Dec-2013Using appreciative inquiry to transform health careTrajkovski, S; Schmied, V; Vickers, M; Jackson, D
1-Jan-2005Using the arts and humanities to support learning about loss, suffering and death.Johnson, A; Jackson, D
1-Dec-2011Valuing teamwork: Insights from newly-registered nurses working in specialist mental health servicesCleary, M; Horsfall, J; Mannix, J; O'Hara-Aarons, M; Jackson, D
1-Apr-2012Views and experiences of mental health nurses working with undergraduate assistants in nursing in an acute mental health settingCleary, M; Horsfall, J; O'Hara-Aarons, M; Mannix, J; Jackson, D; Hunt, GE
1-Dec-2011The views of mental health nurses on continuing professional developmentCleary, M; Horsfall, J; O'Hara-Aarons, M; Jackson, D; Hunt, GE
1-Aug-2017Violated and vulnerable: women's experiences of contracting a sexually transmitted infection from a male partnerEast, L; Peters, K; Jackson, D
1-Jan-2014Virtual worlds: A new frontier for nurse education?Green, J; Wyllie, A; Jackson, D
2-Nov-2017What is the experience of being readmitted to hospital for people 65 years and over? A review of the literatureBlakey, EP; Jackson, D; Walthall, H; Aveyard, H
2019What is the impact of volunteers providing care and support for people with dementia in acute hospitals? A systematic reviewHall, CL; Brooke, J; Pendlebury, ST; Jackson, D
2-Jan-2018When parenting does not ‘come naturally’: providers’ perspectives on parenting education for incarcerated mothers and fathersFowler, C; Dawson, A; Rossiter, C; Jackson, D; Power, T; Roche, M
1-Jan-2014Whistleblowing: An integrative literature review of data-based studies involving nursesJackson, D; Hickman, LD; Hutchinson, M; Andrew, S; Smith, J; Potgieter, I; Cleary, M; Peters, K
1-Apr-2016Why We Belong - Exploring Membership of Healthcare Professionals in an Intensive Care Virtual Community Via Online Focus Groups: Rationale and ProtocolRolls, K; Hansen, M; Jackson, D; Elliott, D