VOLUME 30 ISSUE 1
Case management the panacea for aged care?
KEY WORDS: case management, residential aged care, staff/family relationships, nursing home, models of care
Mrs Kaye Ervin,
RN, Ba Nurs, Ba Ed, M Ed, Dip Bus,
Lecturer, Researcher, University of Melbourne, Rural
Rethinking student night duty placements - a replication study
KEY WORDS: enrolled nurse, clinical placement, graduate preparation, night shift, nursing student, work readiness
Dr Valerie Zielinski,
PhD, M.Ed Admin, B.Ed, RN, RM FRCNA.
Clinical Coordinator & Facilitator (Nursing). Flexible
Advanced Creative Training Solutions, Geelong, Victoria,
Handover: Faster and safer?
KEY WORDS: bedside handover, Lewin, 3-stage model, handoff
Mrs Stacey Bradley,
PhD Scholar/Research Assistant – Mount Gambier
Regional Centre, University of South Australia, PO Box
798, Mount Gambier, South Australia.
Conditions in which nurses are exposed to the
hepatitis viruses and precautions taken for prevention
KEY WORDS: hepatitis b; hepatitis c viruses; compare; prevention; nurse
Lecturer, School of Health, University of Ondokuz Mayis,
Clinical assessment and the benefit of the doubt:
What is the doubt?
KEY WORDS: clinical education, assessment, competence, clinical supervisor preparation
Dr Joan Deegan,
RN, PhD, M.Ed (Melb), Post Grad Ed Studies (Melb),
Development Manager, Central Western Clinical School
Network, Faculty of Health Sciences, LaTrobe University,
Lifestyle risk factor modification in midlife women
with type 2 diabetes: theoretical modelling of
KEY WORDS: barriers, diabetes, risk factors, health promotion, women
Amanda M. McGuire,
RN, DipAppSc (Nurs), BNurs, MAppSc (Res),
PhD candidate, School of Nursing, Queensland
University of Technology, Australia.