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This collection contains Honours, Masters and Ph.D by coursework theses from University of Adelaide postgraduate students within the School of Nursing. The material has been approved as making a significant contribution to knowledge.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 26
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2019A retrospective cohort Study Exploring Existing Sedation, Analgesia and Withdrawal management in a Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU): The SEESAW studyWelbing, Katrina
2018The Effect of a Breath Alcohol Level Measurement on Length of Stay and Clinical Management of Acutely Intoxicated Patients in an Emergency DepartmentMooney, Kelly Jane
2017Workplace violence against nurses working in emergency departments in Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional studyAlshehri, Fuaad Ali
2017The Factors Associated With the Occurrence of Medication Errors in the Ministry of Health Hospitals in Saudi Arabia: A Cross-Sectional Study of NursesAL Qrishah, Mohammad Hassan
2017A difficult path to walk: Critical Care Nurses’ lived experience of crucial conversations: perspectives from one Australian teamBesic, Nihada
2017Nurses’ lived experience of delivering temporary epicardial cardiac pacing care: an Australian cardiothoracic intensive care findingHan, Matilda Kyungsook
2016Factors that assist undergraduate nursing students to cope with the experience of their first clinical placementAlShahrani, Yousef Mohammed
2016Barriers and perceptions to medication administration error reporting among nurses in Saudi ArabiaAlbukhodaah, Abdulrahman Abdullah
2016How mental health clinicians assess and manage the risk of violence from mental health consumers: a descriptive exploratory research investigationSmit, Jacqueline Teresa
2016Interdisciplinary health team’s experience in mobilising postoperative orthopaedic patients with altered mental status in a private hospital setting: a phenomenological studyDecoyna, Jovie Ann Alawas
2014Exploring the meaning of low self-esteem that is inherent in depression, an interpretive phenomenological study.Fisher, Katie Louise
2014PACU nurses & postoperative pain : A focused ethnographyNayar, Priya Susan
2014An investigation of palliative care nurses' perceptions and views of an extended hours community nursing service at the Northern Adelaide Palliative Service.Grigson, Jane Maree
2014‘I know the difference it has made in people’s lives’: Perceptions of Rural South Australian Nurses Extending Their Role to Administer Chemotherapy.Alnasser, Qasem
2013A quantitative and qualitative analysis of nurses' lifestyles and community health practice in Denpasar, Bali.Damayanti S, Made Rini
2013Factors for perioperative nurse retention: an inquiry into the lived experience of perioperative nurses.Mewett, Sharon Ann
2013"It's busy .... but I love it": the experience of nurses providing abortion care in a specialist setting.Coombe, Brigid Ann
2013Awareness and attitudes of intensive care nurses regarding the bowel protocol for the critically ill patients.Varghese, Rency John
2013A randomised controlled trial pilot study assessing use of clinical digital photography for specialist referral process: can its use reduce length of stay of patients with minor burns within an Emergency DepartmentMcLeay, Kate Jane
2012Orthopaedic nursing in the 2010s: a critical ethnographyMcLiesh, Paul Christopher
Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 26