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14-Jul-2016Addressing the stroke evidence-treatment gapFerguson, C; Hickman, L; Lal, S; Newton, P; Kneebone, I; McGowan, S; Middleton, S
Oct-2015Association between use of self-prescribed complementary and alternative medicine and menopause-related symptoms: a cross-sectional study.Peng, W; Sibbritt, DW; Hickman, L; Adams, J
Jan-2007Best practice interventions to improve the management of older people in acute care settings: a literature reviewHickman, L; Newton, PJ; Halcomb, E; Chang, E; Davidson, PM
Jan-2006Beyond the rhetoric: what do we mean by a model of care?Davidson, PM; Halcomb, E; Hickman, L; Phillips, JL; Graham, B
Apr-2017Can A Complex Online Intervention Improve Cancer Nurses' Pain Screening and Assessment Practices? Results from a Multicenter, Pre-post Test Pilot Study.Phillips, JL; Heneka, N; Hickman, L; Lam, L; Shaw, T
Jan-2010Can principles of the Chronic Care Model be used to improve care of the older person in the acute care sector?Hickman, L; Rolley, J; Davidson, PM
Nov-2014Complementary/alternative and conventional medicine use amongst menopausal women: Results from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's HealthPeng, W; Adams, J; Hickman, L; Sibbritt, DW
16-May-2016A critical review of complementary and alternative medicine use by women with cyclic perimenstrual pain and discomfort: A focus upon prevalence, patterns and applications of use and users' motivations, information seeking and self-perceived efficacy.Fisher, C; Sibbritt, D; Hickman, L; Adams, J
9-Jul-2014A critical review of traditional Chinese medicine use amongst women with menopausal symptomsPeng, W; Sibbritt, D; Hickman, L; Kong, X; Yang, L; Adams, J
1-Jan-2018Cyclic Perimenstrual Pain and Discomfort and Australian Women's Associated Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine: A Longitudinal Study.Fisher, C; Hickman, L; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D
Jan-2010Development of a clinician-led research agenda for general practice nursesHalcomb, E; Hickman, L
Jan-2014Impact of a novel online learning module on specialist palliative care nurses' pain assessment competencies and patients' reports of pain: Results from a quasi-experimental pilot studyPhillips, JL; Heneka, NA; Hickman, L; Lam, L; Shaw, T
2014Impact of a Qstream online learning module on palliative care nurses’ pain assessment competencies and patients’ report on pain: Results from a quasi-experimental pilot studyPhillips, JL; Heneka, N; Hickman, L
Apr-2018Improving evidence based practice in postgraduate nursing programs: A systematic review Bridging the evidence practice gap (BRIDGE project)Hickman, L; DiGiacomo, M; Phillips, J; Rao, A; Newton, P; Jackson, D; Ferguson, C
Jan-2008The infection control management of MRSA within the acute care hospitalHalcomb, E; Fernandez, RS; Griffiths, R; Newton, PJ; Hickman, L
Jan-2011INHospital study: Do older people, carers and nurses share the same priorities of care in the acute aged care setting?Hickman, L; Davidson, PM; Chang, E; Chenoweth, L
Jan-2010Integrating palliative care content into a new undergraduate nursing curriculum: The University of Notre Dame, Australia - Sydney experienceRamjan, JM; Costa, CM; Hickman, L; Kearns, M; Phillips, JL
Jan-2016Longitudinal analysis of associations between women's consultations with complementary and alternative medicine practitioners/use of self-prescribed complementary and alternative medicine and menopause-related symptoms, 2007-2010.Peng, W; Adams, J; Hickman, L; Sibbritt, DW
Jan-2009Managing client careDavidson, PM; Hickman, L; Crisp, J; Taylor, K
Oct-2012Mythbusters.Authier, D; Bradshaw, P; Hickman, L; Shaha, S