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1-Jul-2009"Others had similar problems and you were not alone": Evaluation of an open-group mutual aid model in cardiac rehabilitationArndt, M; Murchie, F; Schemb, AM; Davidson, PM
1-Jun-2010A review of the nursing role in central venous cannulation: Implications for practice policy and researchAlexandrou, E; Spencer, TR; Frost, SA; Parr, MJA; Davidson, PM; Hillman, KM
1-Jan-2010Readmission to intensive care: development of a nomogram for individualising risk.Frost, SA; Tam, V; Alexandrou, E; Hunt, L; Salamonson, Y; Davidson, PM; Parr, MJA; Hillman, KM
1-Nov-2007Can lay responder defibrillation programmes improve survival to hospital discharge following an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest?Smith, LM; Davidson, PM; Halcomb, EJ; Andrew, S
Jan-2006The Chronic Heart-failure Assistance by Telephone (CHAT) Study:Assessment of telephone support for vulnerable patients with chronic diseaseYallop, J; Chan, B; Piterman, L; Tonkin, A; Forbes, A; Davidson, PM; Halcomb, E; Clark, R; Nangle, A; Stewart, S; Croucher, J; Krum, H
1-Dec-2007Exploring the development of Australian general practice nursing: Where we have come from and where to from here?Halcomb, EJ; Davidson, PM; Patterson, E
1-Dec-2007Illness perceptions influence involvement in rehabilitation programs and adoption of lifestyle changes following acute myocardial infarction: CommentaryDavidson, PM; Digiacomo, M
Jan-2008People with an intellectual disabilitiy in the discourse of chronic and complex conditions: an invisible group?Goddard, L; Davidson, PM; Daly, J; Mackey, S
1-Nov-2008Medication adherence self-report instruments: Implications for practice and researchRolley, JX; Davidson, PM; Dennison, CR; Ong, A; Everett, B; Salamonson, Y
1-Feb-2008English-language acculturation predicts academic performance in nursing students who speak english as a second languageSalamonson, Y; Everett, B; Koch, J; Andrew, S; Davidson, PM
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