Publications

School of Nursing and Midwifery researchers have had the following peer-reviewed articles and book chapters published in 2018:

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Research Group

  • Bogomolova, S, Zarnowiecki, D, Wilson, A, Fielder, A, Procter, N, Itsiopoulos, C, O’Dea, K, Strachan, J, Ballestrin, M, Champion, A, and N. Parletta (2018) Dietary intervention for people with mental illness in South Australia Health Promotion International 33(1):71–83 [IF 1.86]

  • Chidgey, K, Procter, N, Grech, C, Baker, A (2018) Police response to individuals displaying suicidal or self-harming behaviours: an integrative review Health and Social Care in the Community, DOI: 10.111/hsc12668[IF 2.03].

  • Dawson, JL, Clark, S, Sluggett, J, Procter, N, Bell, S. (2018) Is the higher incidence of clozapine induced myocarditis in Australia due to awareness and monitoring? Schizophrenia Research https://doi.org/10.1016/j.schres.2018.05.044 [IF 3.95].

  • Ferguson, M, Dollman, J, Jones, M, Cronin, K, James, L, Martinez, L, & Procter, N (2018) Suicide prevention training: Improving the attitudes and confidence of rural Australian health and human service professionals. Crisis, DOI: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000524 [IF 1.42].

  • Ferguson, M., Reis, J., Rabbetts, L., Ashby, H-J., Bayes, M., McCracken, T., Ross, C., & Procter, N. (2018) The effectiveness of suicide prevention education programs for nurses: A systematic review. Crisis, 39:96-109 [IF 1.42]

  • Jones, M, Ferguson, M, Walsh, S, Martinez, L, Cronin, K, Marsh, M, Procter, N (2018) Perspectives of Rural Health and Human Service Practitioners Following Suicide Prevention Training Program in Australia: A Thematic Analysis, Health and Social Care in the Community, [IF 2.03].

  • Lockertsen, Ø, Procter, N,  Vatnar, S, Færden, A, Eriksen, B, Magne S,  Roaldset, J, and Varvin, S. (2018) Screening for risk of violence using service users’ self-perceptions: A prospective study from an acute mental health unit, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27(3):1055-1065. [IF 2.03].

  • Procter N, Kenny MA, Eaton H & Grech C (2018) Lethal hopelessness: Understanding and responding to asylum seeker distress and mental deterioration, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 27(1):448-454. [IF 2.03].

  • Santangelo P, Procter N, Fassett D (2018) Mental health nursing: Daring to be different, special and leading of recovery-focused care, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 27(1):258-266. [IF 2.03].

  • Santangelo P, Procter NG, Fassett, D (2018) Seeking and defining the ‘special’ in specialist mental health nursing: A theoretical construct, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 27(1):267-275 [IF 2.03].

  • Westaway, K, Sluggett, J, Alderman, C, Moffatt, A, Procter, N, Roughead, L (2018) Antipsychotic use in Australian residential aged care facilities: a literature review. Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice, DOI:10.1177/1471301218795792 [IF 1.67].

Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre

Mothers, Babies and Families Health Research Group

  • Diorgu F, Steen M (2018) Mothers’ and healthcare stakeholders’ views and experiences of birthing positions and perineal injuries during childbirth in a low-resource setting in Nigeria. Evidence Based Midwifery 16(3): 94-100

  • Steen M, Diaz M (2018) Perineal trauma: A women’s health and wellbeing issue. British Journal of Midwifery 26(8): 574-584

  • Othman S, Jayasekara R, Steen M, Fleet J. (2018) A systematic review for exploring the effectiveness of healthy eating education programmes for improving midwives’ levels of knowledge and confidence in promoting healthy eating in pregnant women. Evidence Based Midwifery 16(3): 84-93

Safety and Quality in Health Research Group

  • Eales-Reynolds, Grech, C (2018) Practitioner Consensus on Key Critical Thinking Skills in Higher Education (CSHE-2018-08977) Studies in Higher Education (under review)

  • Gibson K, Hofmeyer A & Warland J (in press) Nurses providing end-of-life care for infants and their families in the NICU. Advances in Neonatal Care, in press:1-9.

  • Gregory A, Mackintosh S, Kumar, S, Grech C (2018) Visibility and meanings of partnership in health care for older people who need support to live at home. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 32(3):1027-1037. doi: 10.1111/scs.12545.

  • Kucia AM (2018) ‘Diagnostic testing’ in B Kozier, G Erb, A Bermann, S Snyder et al (eds), Kozier & Erb’s Fundamentals of Nursing 4e. Pearson Australia, NSW.

  • Kucia AM (2018) ‘Principles for nursing practice: Coronary heart disease’ in E Chang & A Johnson (eds) Living with chronic illness and disability: Principles for nursing practice 3e. Elsevier, Sydney.

  • Parker BA, Grech, C (2018) Authentic practice environments to support undergraduate nursing students’ readiness for hospital placements. A new model of practice in an on campus simulated hospital and health service. Nurse Education in Practice 33:47-54. doi: 10.1016/j.nepr.2018.08.012.

  • Schubert SC, Kucia A, Hofmeyer H (2018) The gap in meeting the educational and support needs of women with takotsubo syndrome compared to women with an acute coronary syndrome. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 11:133-144.

  • Visvanathan V (in press) Early supported discharge services for people with acute stroke: A Cochrane review summary. International Journal of Nursing Studies. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2018.07.007