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Prof. Debra Jackson
Prof. Debra Jackson
E-mail megerősítve itt: uts.edu.au
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Personal resilience as a strategy for surviving and thriving in the face of workplace adversity: a literature review
D Jackson, A Firtko, M Edenborough
Journal of advanced nursing 60 (1), 1-9, 2007
19292007
Family violence and COVID‐19: Increased vulnerability and reduced options for support
K Usher, N Bhullar, J Durkin, N Gyamfi, D Jackson
International journal of mental health nursing 29 (4), 549, 2020
12242020
Life in the pandemic: Social isolation and mental health
KUAMRNPD FACMHN, N Bhullar
7532020
Older people and COVID-19 isolation, risk and ageism
J Brooke, D Jackson
Journal of clinical nursing, 2020
7512020
Who would want to be a nurse? Violence in the workplace–a factor in recruitment and retention
D Jackson, J Clare, J Mannix
Journal of nursing management 10 (1), 13-20, 2002
7432002
Case study: a bridge across the paradigms
L Luck, D Jackson, K Usher
Nursing inquiry 13 (2), 103-109, 2006
6762006
Life in the pandemic: Some reflections on nursing in the context of COVID‐19
D Jackson, C Bradbury‐Jones, D Baptiste, L Gelling, K Morin, S Neville, ...
Journal of clinical nursing 29 (13-14), 2041, 2020
6422020
Women’s perceptions and experiences of a traumatic birth: A meta‐ethnography
R Elmir, V Schmied, L Wilkes, D Jackson
Journal of advanced nursing 66 (10), 2142-2153, 2010
6122010
Interviewing people about potentially sensitive topics
R Elmir, V Schmied, D Jackson, L Wilkes
Nurse researcher 19 (1), 2011
4932011
Workplace bullying in nursing: towards a more critical organisational perspective
M Hutchinson, M Vickers, D Jackson, L Wilkes
Nursing inquiry 13 (2), 118-126, 2006
4872006
Role stress in nurses: review of related factors and strategies for moving forward
EM Chang, KM Hancock, A Johnson, J Daly, D Jackson
Nursing & health sciences 7 (1), 57-65, 2005
4752005
The potential for COVID‐19 to contribute to compassion fatigue in critical care nurses
J Alharbi, D Jackson, K Usher
Journal of clinical nursing 29 (15-16), 2762, 2020
4152020
Giving voice to the burden of blame: A feminist study of mothers’ experiences of mother blaming
D Jackson, J Mannix
International journal of nursing practice 10 (4), 150-158, 2004
3562004
Integrating individual, work group and organizational factors: Testing a multidimensional model of bullying in the nursing workplace
M Hutchinson, L Wilkes, D Jackson, MH Vickers
Journal of Nursing management 18 (2), 173-181, 2010
3402010
Conducting qualitative research in the context of pre-existing peer and collegial relationships
F McDermid, K Peters, D Jackson, J Daly
Nurse researcher 21 (5), 2014
3352014
How health care professionals use social media to create virtual communities: an integrative review
K Rolls, M Hansen, D Jackson, D Elliott
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (6), e166, 2016
3302016
The importance of clinical leadership in the hospital setting
J Daly, D Jackson, J Mannix, PM Davidson, M Hutchinson
Journal of Healthcare Leadership, 75-83, 2014
2922014
“Not always smooth sailing”: mental health issues associated with the transition from high school to college
M Cleary, G Walter, D Jackson
Issues in mental health nursing 32 (4), 250-254, 2011
2822011
A work-based educational intervention to support the development of personal resilience in nurses and midwives
G McDonald, D Jackson, L Wilkes, MH Vickers
Nurse education today 32 (4), 378-384, 2012
2742012
Journaling: Identification of challenges and reflection on strategies
B Hayman, L Wilkes, D Jackson
Nurse researcher 19 (3), 2012
2732012
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