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26-Aug-2016Adapting the nominal group technique for priority setting of evidence-practice gaps in implementation scienceRankin, NM; McGregor, D; Butow, PN; White, K; Phillips, JL; Young, JM; Pearson, SA; York, S; Shaw, T
1-Jan-2017AMDAT Lung, An Ideal Lung Cancer MDT DatasetStone, E; Rankin, N; Phillips, J; Fong, K; Miller, A; Largey, G; Zielinski, R; Flynn, P; Currow, D; Shaw, T
1-Apr-2017Can A Complex Online Intervention Improve Cancer Nurses’ Pain Screening and Assessment Practices? Results from a Multicenter, Pre-post Test Pilot StudyPhillips, JL; Heneka, N; Hickman, L; Lam, L; Shaw, T
4-May-2018The CASE Methodology: A guide to developing clinically authentic case-based scenarios for online learning programs targeting evidence-based practiceShaw, T; Janssen, A; Barnet, S; Nicholson, J; Avery, J; Heneka, N; Phillips, J
1-Oct-2018Clinicians’ perceptions of medication errors with opioids in cancer and palliative care services: a priority setting reportHeneka, N; Shaw, T; Azzi, C; Phillips, JL
1-Apr-2019Clinicians’ perceptions of opioid error–contributing factors in inpatient palliative care services: A qualitative studyHeneka, N; Bhattarai, P; Shaw, T; Rowett, D; Lapkin, S; Phillips, JL
1-Feb-2017Closing evidence-practice gaps in lung cancer: Results from multi-methods priority setting in the clinical contextMcGregor, D; Rankin, N; Butow, P; York, S; White, K; Phillips, J; Stone, E; Barnes, D; Jones, R; Shaw, T
20-Jun-2019Comparing theory and non-theory based implementation approaches to improving referral practices in cancer genetics: A cluster randomised trial protocolMorrow, A; Hogden, E; Kang, YJ; Steinberg, J; Canfell, K; Solomon, MJ; Kench, JG; Gill, AJ; Shaw, T; Pachter, N; Parkinson, B; Wolfenden, L; Mitchell, G; Macrae, F; Tucker, K; Taylor, N
7-Nov-2018Comparison of implementation strategies to influence adherence to the clinical pathway for screening, assessment and management of anxiety and depression in adult cancer patients (ADAPT CP): Study protocol of a cluster randomised controlled trialButow, P; Shaw, J; Shepherd, HL; Price, M; Masya, L; Kelly, B; Rankin, NM; Girgis, A; Hack, TF; Beale, P; Viney, R; Dhillon, HM; Coll, J; Kelly, P; Lovell, M; Grimison, P; Shaw, T; Luckett, T; Cuddy, J; White, F; Andrews, G; Allison, K; Geerligs, L; Baychek, K; Piro, D; Pearce, A; Yim, J
1-Oct-2018Consensus minimum data set for lung cancer multidisciplinary teams: Results of a Delphi processStone, E; Rankin, N; Phillips, J; Fong, K; Currow, DC; Miller, A; Largey, G; Zielinski, R; Flynn, P; Shaw, T
23-May-2018Defining success factors to describe coordinated care in cancerShaw, T; York, S; White, K; McGregor, D; Rankin, N; Hawkey, A; Aranda, S; Rushton, S; Currow, D
1-Oct-2018Does presentation at multidisciplinary team meetings improve lung cancer survival? Findings from a consecutive cohort studyStone, E; Rankin, N; Kerr, S; Fong, K; Currow, DC; Phillips, J; Connon, T; Zhang, L; Shaw, T
1-Jan-2017E-health readiness for teams: A comprehensive conceptual modelPhillips, J; Yu, D; Poon, SK; Lam, M; Hines, M; Brunner, M; Keep, M; Power, E; Shaw, T; Togher, L
1-Jan-2019Effectiveness of the spaced education pedagogy for clinicians’ continuing professional development: a systematic reviewPhillips, JL; Heneka, N; Bhattarai, P; Fraser, C; Shaw, T
1-May-2018An eHealth capabilities framework for graduates and health professionals: Mixed-methods studyBrunner, M; McGregor, D; Keep, M; Janssen, A; Spallek, H; Quinn, D; Jones, A; Tseris, E; Yeung, W; Togher, L; Solman, A; Shaw, T
1-Jan-2017Enabler for interdisciplinary ehealthcare: A qualitative studyYu, D; Poon, SK; Tran, V; Lam, MK; Hines, M; Brunner, M; Power, E; Shaw, T; Togher, L
1-Jun-2018Exploring factors contributing to medication errors with opioids in australian specialist palliative care inpatient services: A multi-incident analysisHeneka, N; Shaw, T; Rowett, D; Lapkin, S; Phillips, JL
10-Sep-2010Hands on, hands off: A model of clinical supervision that recognises trainees need for support and independenceIedema, R; Brownhill, S; Haines, M; Lancashire, B; Shaw, T; Street, J
1-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, N; Hickman, L; Lam, L; Shaw, T
1-Nov-2013IMPACT OF A QSTREAM ONLINE LEARNING MODULE ON PALLIATIVE CARE NURSES' PAIN ASSESSMENT COMPETENCIES AND PATIENTS' REPORTS OF PAIN: RESULTS FROM A QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL PILOT STUDYPhillips, J; Heneka, N; Hickman, L; Lam, L; Shaw, T