Recent Submissions

  • Simulation is not a pedagogy 

    Erlam, Gwen; Smythe, L.; Wright-St Clair, V. (2017-07-21)
    Simulation as a teaching/learning tool has evolved at an unprecedented pace which some believe has occurred despite a lack of research into pedagogies appropriate to guide this technology-based learning tool. There seems ...
  • Navigation the storm of deteriorating patients : seven scaffolds for simulation design 

    Erlam, Gwen; Smythe, L.; Wright-St Clair, V. (Scientific Research Publishing Inc., 2017-06-23)
    Recent trends in simulation use have necessitated a more considered approach in the use of this teaching/learning tool. The aim of this research is to discover ways to improve simulation as a teaching/learning platform. ...
  • Simulation and Millennials : the perfect storm 

    Erlam, Gwen; Smythe, L.; Wright-St Clair, V. (Scientific Research Publishing (SCIRP), 2016-09-09)
    Simulation in its various forms has developed extensively over the past 15 - 20 years for use in undergraduate nursing programs. The widespread integration of technology-based educational tools into nursing curricula is ...
  • Simulation : coaching Oscar performances from Millennial nursing students 

    Erlam, Gwen (New Zealand Educational Media (NZME), 2015-10)
    GWEN ERLAM set out in her doctoral research to bridge the generation gap and find the best way to reach and teach Millennial nursing students using simulated learning environments. It is now widely believed that ...
  • African and African-Caribbean carers’ experience of supporting recovery in relatives with psychosis 

    Pelle, J. (2014-09)
    To explore the caring experiences of African and African Caribbean carers’ of family members with schizophrenia and or bi-polar disorder, living outside in England. Epidemiology of African and African Caribbean population ...
  • Boundary crossing in healthcare 

    Rowe, D.; Gasquoine, Sue; Barrow, M.; McKimm, J. (2014-09-02)
    The concept of ‘teams’ has become a popular form for structuring and analysing the organisation and management of work. The healthcare environment has not been immune to this conceptualisation particularly around the notion ...
  • Cervical screening for women with physical disabilities 

    Hanlon, Erin (2016-11)
    The National Cervical Screening Programme (NCSP) implemented NZ in 1990 Incidence of & deaths associated w cervical cancer has decreased ~ 40% and 60% The NCSP records results in their centralised database (register) ~ ...
  • Duty of care following stroke : family experiences in the first six months 

    Duthie, Andrew; Roy, Dianne; Niven, Elizabeth (2015)
    Stroke is the third largest cause of death in New Zealand and is a major cause of disability. While a lot is known about the stroke survivor and the primary family caregiver, littie is known about how stroke affects the ...
  • Health professional and family perceptions of post-stroke information 

    Roy, Dianne; Gasquoine, Susan; Caldwell, Shirin; Nash, Derek (2015)
    The global burden of stroke is increasing. Many stroke survivors live with signi cant impairment; the care and support they and their families require is complex. Literature indicates some evidence to support the routine ...
  • What doctors have up their sleeves : creating hope for oncology patients 

    Hughes, Catherine (2014-11)
    Ethnographic Study Explored the stories of people who had been referred to palliative care services following diagnosis with a lifelimiting illness. Themes that emerged - the need for open and honest communication ...
  • The Patient Perspective : panel presentation : I would have liked that... 

    Hughes, Catherine (2015)
    What do patients really think about their experience during hospitalisation? Hear some examples directly from patients and get some ideas to improve your patient care management. • Sharing good and bad experiences • The ...
  • Different folks, different strokes : becoming and being a stroke family 

    Fischer, Renée; Roy, Dianne; Niven, Elizabeth (New Zealand Nurses Organisation, 2014-06)
    This paper reports on a study that explored family experiences of stroke during the first six months after the stroke occurred. Stroke affects the whole family yet there is limited literature that reports family experience ...
  • Promoting the meaningful use of health information for New Zealand consumers. 

    Honey, Michelle L.L.; Roy, Dianne; Bycroft, Janine; Boyd, Mary-Anne; Raphael, Deborah (2014)
    Aims • To determine the health information needs of consumers Objectives • 1. Identify what health information topics,resources and decision aids consumers want. • 2. Identify the modes of delivery and format that ...
  • Does activity theory help our understanding of teamwork, leadership and interprofessional collaboration? 

    McKimm, J.; Barrow, M.; Gasquoine, Susan; Rowe, D. (2013)
    Background and purpose The literature identifies the lack of a conceptual underpinning to interprofessional education and collaborative practice, linking this to the failure of many initiatives to improve such practice. ...
  • A stroke of luck: The win-win of a clinical research partnership 

    Roy, Dianne (2013)
    Stroke in New Zealand ; The stroke of luck (Research for Health Professionals) ; The Stroke Family Whanau Project ; The win-wins.
  • Perceptions of ageing as an older gay man - a qualitative study 

    Kushner, Bernie D.; Neville, Stephen; Adams, Jeffery (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2013-03-21)
    Aims and objectives. To explore the ageing experiences of gay men in New Zealand over the age of 65 years. Background. An increased acceptance by many people in Western societies towards men who are same-sex attracted ...
  • Experiences of Clinical Tutors with English as an Additional Language (EAL) Students 

    Malthus, Caroline; Lu, Hongyan (Nursing Praxis in N.Z., 2012)
    Clinical tutors, referred to in the international literature as clinical supervisors, facilitators, mentors or instructors, are responsible for providing and supervising workplace learning opportunities for groups of ...
  • Ethical issues with the elderly: A paper presented to the First National Gerontology Conference for Nurses 

    Niven, Elizabeth (1998-08)
    Ethical issues in relation to elderly people are many and complex. Resource issues, competency, treatment issues are all problematic. In this short time, I need to focus my information, and so I have chosen three issues. ...
  • Qualitative research in rheumatology: A personal perspective 

    Roy, Dianne (1998)
    As the title suggests, today's presentation draws on my personal experience of using qualitative research in rheumatology. However there is more than one 'personal perspective' woven through my presentation. I will also ...
  • The tale of the patient, the son and the nurse 

    Niven, Elizabeth (1997-12)
    I am a doctoral student in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery at the Albany Campus of Massey University. My study looks at the individual and composite experience of those sharing a dying. I am interviewing the dying ...

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