Elizabeth Halcomb
Elizabeth Halcomb
School of Nursing, University of Wollongong
E-mail megerősítve itt: uow.edu.au - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Is verbatim transcription of interview data always necessary?
EJ Halcomb, PM Davidson
Applied nursing research 19 (1), 38-42, 2006
Implications for COVID-19: A systematic review of nurses’ experiences of working in acute care hospital settings during a respiratory pandemic
R Fernandez, H Lord, E Halcomb, L Moxham, R Middleton, I Alananzeh, ...
International journal of nursing studies 111, 103637, 2020
Mixed methods research
EJ Halcomb, L Hickman
Mixed methods research for nursing and the health sciences
S Andrew, EJ Halcomb
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
Interviews in qualitative research
K Peters, E Halcomb
Nurse Researcher (2014+) 22 (4), 6, 2015
Triangulation as a method for contemporary nursing research
EJ Halcomb, S Andrew
Nurse researcher 13 (2), 2005
The experiences of primary healthcare nurses during the COVID‐19 pandemic in Australia
E Halcomb, S McInnes, A Williams, C Ashley, S James, R Fernandez, ...
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 52 (5), 553-563, 2020
An integrative review of facilitators and barriers influencing collaboration and teamwork between general practitioners and nurses working in general practice
S McInnes, K Peters, A Bonney, E Halcomb
Journal of advanced nursing 71 (9), 1973-1985, 2015
Beyond the rhetoric: what do we mean by a'model of care'?
P Davidson, L Hickman, B Graham, E Halcomb, J Phillips
Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, The 23 (3), 47-55, 2006
The challenges of being an insider in storytelling research
S Blythe, L Wilkes, D Jackson, E Halcomb
Nurse researcher 21 (1), 2013
Mixed methods research is an effective method of enquiry for community health research
S Andrew, EJ Halcomb
Contemporary nurse 23 (2), 145-153, 2007
Role theory: A framework to investigate the community nurse role in contemporary health care systems
K Brookes, PM Davidson, J Daly, EJ Halcomb
Contemporary nurse 25 (1-2), 146-155, 2007
Best practice interventions to improve the management of older people in acute care settings: a literature review
L Hickman, P Newton, EJ Halcomb, E Chang, P Davidson
Journal of advanced nursing 60 (2), 113-126, 2007
Job satisfaction and career intentions of registered nurses in primary health care: an integrative review
E Halcomb, E Smyth, S McInnes
BMC family practice 19 (1), 1-14, 2018
Nurses in Australian general practice: implications for chronic disease management
EJ Halcomb, PM Davidson, Y Salamonson, R Ollerton, R Griffiths
Journal of clinical nursing 17 (5a), 6-15, 2008
Understanding whistleblowing: qualitative insights from nurse whistleblowers
D Jackson, K Peters, S Andrew, M Edenborough, E Halcomb, L Luck, ...
Journal of advanced nursing 66 (10), 2194-2201, 2010
Evolution of practice nursing in Australia
EJ Halcomb, E Patterson, PM Davidson
Journal of Advanced Nursing 55 (3), 376-388, 2006
Telemonitoring can assist in managing cardiovascular disease in primary care: a systematic review of systematic reviews
R Purcell, S McInnes, EJ Halcomb
BMC family practice 15 (1), 1-14, 2014
Nursing competency standards in primary health care: an integrative review
E Halcomb, M Stephens, J Bryce, E Foley, C Ashley
Journal of clinical nursing 25 (9-10), 1193-1205, 2016
An insight into Australian nurses’ experience of withdrawal/withholding of treatment in the ICU
E Halcomb, J Daly, D Jackson, P Davidson
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 20 (4), 214-222, 2004
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