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1-Mar-2016Transdisciplinary care in the emergency department: A qualitative analysisInnes, K; Crawford, K; Jones, T; Blight, R; Trenham, C; Williams, A; Griffiths, D; Morphet, J
1-Sep-2012Barriers and Enablers to Implementation of a New Zealand-Wide Guideline for Assessment and Management of Cardiovascular Risk in Primary Health Care: A Template AnalysisMcKillop, A; Crisp, J; Walsh, K
1-Jan-2013Mining for liquid gold: midwifery language and practices associated with early breastfeeding supportBurns, E; Fenwick, J; Sheehan, A; Schmied, V
1-Apr-2011Some like it hot: Medical student views on choosing the emotional level of a simulationLefroy, J; Brosnan, C; Creavin, S
1-Jan-2014Using an objective structured clinical examination for bachelor of midwifery students' preparation for practiceMitchell, ML; Jeffrey, CA; Henderson, A; Glover, P; Nulty, DD; Kelly, MA; Groves, M; Knight, S
1-Jan-2014Staying just one step ahead: Providing care for patients with motor neurone diseaseMcConigley, R; Kristjanson, LJ; Aoun, SM; Oldham, L; Currow, DC; O'Connor, M; Holloway, K
2-Sep-2016Interprofessional collaborative practice for medication safety: Nursing, pharmacy, and medical graduates’ experiences and perspectivesWilson, AJ; Palmer, L; Levett-Jones, T; Gilligan, C; Outram, S
16-Jun-2014Follow-up of indigenous-specific health assessments - a socioecological analysisBailie, J; Schierhout, GH; Kelaher, MA; Laycock, AF; Percival, NA; O'Donoghue, LR; Mcneair, TL; Chakraborty, A; Beacham, BD; Bailie, RS
1-Oct-2018A qualitative study of nurses’ perceptions of a behavioural strategies e-learning program to reduce interruptions during medication administrationJohnson, M; Levett-Jones, T; Langdon, R; Weidemann, G; Manias, E; Everett, B
1-Apr-2018Reshaping curricula: Culture and mental health in undergraduate health degreesMuir-Cochrane, E; O'Kane, D; McAllister, M; Levett-Jones, T; Gerace, A
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