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Year Title Citation Authors
1. 2011 Hospital churn and casemix instability: implications for planning and educating the nursing workforce Australian Health Review
2. 2011 Confidence in competence: legislation and nursing in New Zealand International Nursing Review 58.(1) pp 103–108 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1466-7657.2010.00853.x/full
3. 2011 The quiet heroes Nursing Standard 25 (43) 22-23
4. 2011 Nurses in the park: a personal account of the Christchurch earthquake Te Puawai April, 11-13
5. 2010 Lessons learned from measuring safety culture: An Australian case study Midwifery 26 (5), 497-504
6. 2010 Foreword, Advances in Contemporary Modeling of Clinical Nursing Care Special Issue Contemporary Nurse 35:2, 131-132
7. 2010 Who to turn to? Knowing the ropes: in an underbounded health care system Advances in Contemporary Nursing: Workforce and Workplaces - Contemporary Nurse: Healthcare Across the Lifespan 36 (1-2) http://www.contemporarynurse.com/archives/vol/36/issue/1-2/, pp.10-20
8. 2010 Advances in Contemporary Modeling of Clinical Nursing Care Special Issue Contemporary Nurse 35:2
9. 2010 Evaluation of the Nursing Council of New Zealand Continuing Competence Framework. Confidential Report Napier, Author. ISBN 978-0-908662-33-3
10. 2010 Nurses and Midwives Board of New South Wales: Sydney Professional Conduct: a casebook of disciplinary decisions relating to professional conduct matters
11. 2010 Evaluation of the Continuing Competence Framework.  Wellington, New Zealand: Nursing Council of New Zealand ISBN 978-0-908662-34-0  (PBF now online @ http://www.nursingcouncil.org.nz/index.cfm/1,171,html/Continuing-Competence-Framework-released
12. 2010 Celebrating connecting with communities: co-production in global primary health care Primary health care research and development 11(2), pp. 108-122
13. 2010 Guest editorial: Historic legislation for nurse practitioners and midwives: recognised potential in health reform Neonatal, paediatric and child health nursing 13 (2) 3-4
14. 2009 Nurse Practitioners in South Australia: report for the review of processes for the implementation of the role SA Health: Adelaide http://www.health.sa.gov.au/Default.aspx?tabid=59
15. 2009 Co-production and health system reform –from re-imagining to re-making Australian Journal of Public Administration 68 (1), 39-52
16. 2009 Now More Than Ever: The Contribution of Nurses and Midwives to Primary Health Care. A Compendium of Primary Care Case Studies Geneva: WHO. http://www.who.int/hrh/nursing_mn/compendium_PHC_studies.pdf.
17. 2008 Assessing nursing competency in the correctional environment: the creation of a self-reflection learning and development tool, Journal for Nurses in Staff Development Nov/Dec 24 (6) 263-273.
18. 2008 Legal Issues in Crisp J & Taylor K Fundamentals of Australian Nursing Potter & Perry, (3nd Ed) Harcourt Brace: Sydney, pp.350-368
19. 2008 Legal issues for the community nurse in Kralik D & Van Loo A Community Nursing in Australia Chapter 7
20. 2008 Second report on the models of care project NSW Health
21. 2008 Discussion Paper: new and emerging models of nurse-led primary health care http://www.nhhrc.org.au/internet/nhhrc/publishing.nsf/Content/16F7A93D8F578DB4CA2574D7001830E9/$File/New%20and%20emerging%20nurse-led%20models%20of%20primary%20health%20care%20(M%20Chiarella).pdf
22. 2008 Understanding the safety culture in Australian maternity services: Abstract International Forum on Quality and Safety in Health Care Safety and Quality in Health Care 17 E1.
23. 2008 Legality, morality and reality - the role of the nurse in maintaining standards of care Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing 26 (1)
24. 2008 An overview of the competency movement in nursing and midwifery Collegian 15(2): 45-53
25. 2007 The next generation: working well Proceedings of NSWNA Nursing and Midwifery Leadership Forum, Terrigal. pp. 37-45 http://www.nswnurses.asn.au/multiattachments/9926/DocumentName/Report_for_members.pdf
26. 2007 Writing a Research Article: The Introduction and Background Sections Nurse Author and Editor 17 (1) Online at http://www.nurseauthor.com/
27. 2007 Redesigning models of patient care delivery and organisation: building collegial generosity in response to workplace challenges Australian Health Review 31 (Supp 1) 109-116
28. 2007 Facilitating success in patient care delivery: a key to retention Collegian 14 (1), 2
29. 2007 Elsevier Science: Melbourne Law for Nurses 6th Ed.
30. 2007 Workforce issues in palliative and end-of-life care Journal of hospice and palliative nursing. 9 (6)
31. 2007 Report on review of Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Nurse Consultant roles NSW Health: Sydney
32. 2006 A conversation: challenging the relevance and wisdom of separate mental health legislation International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 15 (2) 119-127
33. 2006 First report on the models of care project. NSW Health: Sydney
34. 2006 An examination of the ethical aspects of article 280 of the Turkish Penal Code International Journal of Nursing Ethics 13 (6)
35. 2006 30th anniversary commentary on Lorentzon M & Hooker JC. (1996) Nurse practitioners, practice nurses and nurse specialists: what’s in a name? Journal of Advanced Nursing 24, 649-651, Journal of Advanced Nursing 55 (3), 276.
36. 2006 Policy in End-of-Life Care: Education, ethics, practice and research Quay Books: London
37. 2005 Foreword in Buckis C Career FAQs Nursing Stevens: Sydney
38. 2005 Nurses Speak Out U Magazine 08/05, 8-9
39. 2005 Editorial Speaking out in uncertain times Journal of Advanced Nursing 50(4), 344–344
40. 2004 Legal Issues in Crisp J & Taylor K Fundamentals of Australian Nursing Potter & Perry, (2nd Ed)
41. 2004 Summation address at AAQHC 2004 Annual Conference Journal of Australasian Association for Quality in Health Care 14 (2), Summer, 8-10
42. 2004 Values and pragmatics in nursing practice: where virtue creates its own difficulties in Policing Virtue? Proceedings of the seventh annual seminar of the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine.
43. 2004 Foreword in Crookes P & Davies S Research into Practice Essential skills for reading and applying research in nursing and health care
44. 2004 Values and pragmatics in nursing practice: where virtue creates its own difficulties in Jordens, C., Kerridge, I., & Selgelid, M. (Eds) Policing Virtue? Proceedings of the seventh annual seminar of the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine
45. 2003 Elsevier Science: Melbourne Law for Nurses 5th Ed.
46. 2003 Acknowledging the reciprocal defence of reliance: letting go of the coat tails and apron strings in Sin KF Legal Explorations: Essays in Celebration of Professor Michael Chesterman
47. 2003 Guest editorial. Values in the law Journal of Neonatal, Paediatric and Child Health Nursing 6(1), 3-4.
48. 2003 Guest editorial: Six weeks in…New South Wales Chief Nurse Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing 20 (4) 7
49. 2003 Guest editorial. Nurse practitioner roles -- an exercise in professionalism, safety and quality Australian Critical Care. 16(1):4-5
50. 2002 Legally speaking…From anti-Christ to angel Nursing Weekly 11(5), 11.
51. 2002 Cases of professional misconduct nursing.aust. 3(2):15
52. 2002 What does it take to be a nurse? In Department of Education, Science and Training National Review of Nursing Education: Discussion paper
53. 2002 Selected review of nurse regulation In Department of Education, Science and Training National Review of Nursing Education: Nursing Regulation and Practice
54. 2002 So you want to be a nurse. In Daly J, Speedy S, Jackson D & Darbyshire P Contexts of nursing: An introduction. Blackwell Science: Oxford
55. 2002 Wretched political response Nursing Weekly October 29 11(1), 24
56. 2002 Legally speaking…controlling interests Nursing Weekly October 29 11(1), 11
57. 2002 Legally speaking…So who was Sister Sophie Heathcote? Nursing Weekly 11(3), 11
58. 2001 Death and Dying: the nurses’ role Australian Nursing Journal 8 (1), 10
59. 2001 Time to set aside turf wars in the interests of patient care Healthcover 11(1), 47-49.
60. 2000 Stories from the Operating Room: a Call for Courage ACORN Journal 13 (1) 54
61. 2000 Silence in Court: the devaluation of the stories of nurses in the narratives of health law. Nursing Inquiry, 7: 191-199
62. 2000 So you want to be a nurse in Daley J, Speedy, S & Jackson, D Contexts of Nursing MacLennan & Petty
63. 2000 The defence of reciprocal reliance: BMJ Rapid response BMJ http://bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/eletters/319/7208/463#6479
64. 2000 Extending Life in Lumby J & Picone D Clinical Challenges Allen & Unwin: Sydney
65. 2000 Nursing Issues: what’s in a name? Australian Nursing Journal Dec/Jan
66. 2000 , Legal Issues in Crisp J & Taylor K Fundamentals of Australian Nursing Potter & Perry,
67. 1999 Legal issues relating to credentialling ACORN Journal 12 (1) 41-43
68. 1998 Maximising the use of the nursing workforce Australian Nursing Journal, 6,2, 30-33
69. 1998 Return of the Jedi The Lamp, 55 (8)-25
70. 1998 RN First Assistants ACORN Journal 11 (4) 38-43
71. 1998 Balancing your budget and your Code of Conduct ACORN Journal 11(2), 39-44
72. 1998 The nurse’s responsibility for the swab and instrument count ACORN Journal 11 (1) 39-41
73. 1998 Independent, autonomous, or equal: what do we really want? Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners, 2, 5, 293-300
74. 1998 The swab and instrument count: the primary responsibility of the nurse Australian Health Law Bulletin, 6,7, 62-64
75. 1998 Nurse Practitioners: developments in New South Wales CCH Health Management Bulletin Issue 4, March, 3-6
76. 1997 Euthanasia: the debate that hasn’t gone away ACORN Journal 10 (4) 29-32
77. 1997 Guest Editorial: Euthanasia Nursing Matters Issue No.11
78. 1997 Why are surgeons sued? ACORN Journal10 (1) 38-40
79. 1997 Re-use of devices labelled “single-use” ACORN Journal 10 (2) 35-36
80. 1997 Appendix 3 Worksheets 456-506 in Staunton P & Whyburn R Nursing and the Law (4th Ed.)
81. 1997 AHTAC Report on Minimal Access Surgery ACORN Journal 10 (3) 34-36
82. 1996 Legal comments for Proceedings of Quality Use of Medicines Conference Pharmaceutical Health and Rational Use of Medicines Committee. DHHCS
83. 1996 The Nurse Practitioner Stage Three Report ACORN Journal 9(2) 22-25
84. 1996 Therapeutic Devices Problem Reporting Scheme ACORN Journal, 9 (4) 27-30
85. 1996 Going the distance…education for rural nurses The Lamp 53 (8) 4-7
86. 1996 Theory meets real managers Managing Matters 1, 2, 1-3
87. 1996 Stage Three Nurse Practitioner Report Collegian,3, 4, 25-30
88. 1996 Stage Three Nurse Practitioner Report Australian Health Law Bulletin 4, 9, 85-88
89. 1996 The consent form: perils and possibilities ACORN Journal 9 (1) 29-30
90. 1995 The consent form: perils and possibilities ACORN Journal 8 (4) 21-22
91. 1995 Regulatory standards: nurses' friend or foe? Issues in Australian Nursing 4 Pearson Press
92. 1995 Nursing records: Their roles in court ACORN Journal 8 (1) 29-30
93. 1995 The responsibilities of the nurse in perioperative nursing ACORN Journal 8 (2) 29-31
94. 1995 The magic of nursing: from witches and warriors to workers and wonderers Australian Nursing Journal 3 (3) 22-24
95. 1995 Voluntary euthanasia: update on legislation ACORN Journal 8 (3) 22-25
96. 1995 Credentialling debate & decisions! Australian Critical Care 8 (2) 4
97. 1995 Whatever happened to management ethics? Health Care Analysis 3, 1, 52-53
98. 1995 Review of coronial decision affecting nurses Australian Health Law Bulletin. 3, 7, 77-80
99. 1994 Of pledges, codes, oaths and standards Health Care Analysis. 2, 4, 326
100. 1994 Advocacy in nursing: nonsense or necessity? ACORN Journal 7 (4) 21 -22
101. 1994 Compensation and professional indemnity in health care: an interim report. ACORN Journal 7 (3) 25-26
102. 1994 Interim Guidelines on Dying with dignity ACORN Journal 7 (2) 27-29
103. 1994 Dying with dignity: recent developments ACORN Journal 7 (1) 26-2
104. 1993 The development of practical advice on information giving ACORN Journal 6 (3) 25-28
105. 1993 Nurse practitioners: a new direction for health care delivery Healthcover. 3, 4, 26-30
106. 1993 Nurses and doctors: Relationships and responsibilities ACORN Journal 6 (4) 26-28
107. 1993 Is there such a thing as defensive nursing practice? Australian Health Review. 15, 4, 382-391
108. 1993 Nurse's Liability in doctor-nurse relationships Contemporary Nurse 2, 6-10
109. 1993 Dying with Dignity Australian Health Law Bulletin 1, 9, 93-97, 103
110. 1993 How much information should a patient receive? ACORN Journal 6 (2) 16-18
111. 1992 2nd edition Advocacy package for Distance Education Post-registration certificate courses Perioperative Nursing and Advanced Women's Health Studies
112. 1992 Nurses Role in Ethical Decision Making Australian Critical Care, 1 16-19
113. 1992 Nursing Analysis, feature of international refereed journal Health Care Analysis Law for Nurses Workbooks 1-6,
114. 1992 Discussion paper sparks debate: Nurse Practitioners in New South Wales Australian Health Law Bulletin. 1, 2, 13-14, 20
115. 1991 The role of the nurse in today's operating room ACORN Journal
116. 1991 The Question of Advocacy Geriaction, 10 2, 13-18
117. 1990 Honesty in Nursing Practice Bioethics News, 19, 3, 20-27
118. 1990 Developing the Credibility of Continuing Education Nurse Education Today, 10, 70-73
119. 1990 Imaging Nursing - reflecting and projecting Australian Health Review, 13, 4, 299-310
120. 1988 Towards an Atomic Theory of Nursing: The Role of Continuing Education Senior Nurse 8, 4, 25-26
121. 1987 The Enrolled Nurse - Seeking Direction Senior Nurse 7, 3, 96-98
122. 1985 Monitoring the Nursing Process Nursing Mirror 160, 20, May 15, 40-42
123. 1984 The Learner and the Law Nursing Times 80 (5) February 1-7, 52
124. 1983 Nursing Process - Tool or Rule Nursing Times 79 (28)
125. 1981 An analysis of the relationship between the bodies knowledge of medicine and nursing Australian Nursing Journal 10 (8)
126. 1979 Care of a Patient who is to undergo a Gallium Scan Australian Nursing Journal 9 (2) 43,52
127. 1978 A Case of Un-natural Selection Australian Nursing Journal 8 (1) 20-22


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