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  1. Factors Influencing Iron Supplement Use in Pregnant Women in Indonesia
  2. Validity and Educational Impact of Clinical Entrustable Professional Activities Linked to the Nutrition Care Process for Work-Based Assessment of Entry-Level Dietetics Students: Evaluation of a 3-Year Implementation Study in Australia
  3. Validating an Instrument for Measuring Newly Graduated Nurses’ Adaptation
  4. Value of conducting rapid reviews in nursing research
  5. Understanding the Health Challenges of Migrant Domestic Workers
  6. Nursing Workforce Challenges in Indonesian COVID-19 Response
  7. Maternal and Child Health Nursing education before and during COVID-19: An exploratory descriptive study
  8. Home-based care nurses' lived experiences and perceived competency needs: A phenomenological study
  9. Effectiveness of an online program using telesimulation for academic–clinical collaboration in preparing nurse preceptors’ roles
  10. Effectiveness of transition programs on new graduate nurses’ clinical competence, job satisfaction and perceptions of support: A mixed‐methods study
  11. More rigor, not more barriers: A dialogue
  12. Exploring Indonesian nurses’ perspectives on preparing parents of preterm infants for hospital discharge: A qualitative study
  13. Saudi Arabian Community Perceptions on Saudi Female Paramedics: A Cross-Sectional Study
  14. Translation of research interviews: Do we have a problem with qualitative rigor?
  15. Intraprofessional collaboration between enrolled and registered nurses in the care of clinically deteriorating ward patients: A qualitative study
  16. Buerger Exercise Reduces the Risk of Neuropathy in People with Diabetes Mellitus
  17. Health Worker Returnees: Challenges, Experiences, and Policies
  18. Entrustable professional activities in entry‐level health professional education: A scoping review
  19. Indonesian mothers' beliefs on caring practices at home for preterm babies after hospital discharge: A qualitative study
  20. Students' perceptions of the clinical learning environment in Indonesia
  21. The Impact of a Nursing Clinical School Model on Learning, Teaching, Research and Partnership: A descriptive exploratory study
  22. How is clinical credibility defined in nursing? A concept mapping study
  23. Empathic and listening styles of first year undergraduate nursing students: A cross-sectional study
  24. Academic‐practice collaboration in clinical education: A qualitative study of academic educator and clinical preceptor views
  25. Getting the methods right: Challenges and appropriateness of mixed methods research in health‐related doctoral studies
  26. Using metaphor method to interpret and understand meanings of international operating room nurses' experiences in organ procurement surgery
  27. Measurement properties of scales assessing new graduate nurses' clinical competence: A systematic review of psychometric properties
  28. E‐portfolios and Entrustable Professional Activities to support competency‐based education in dietetics
  29. New graduate nurses’ clinical competence: A mixed methods systematic review
  30. <p>Challenges Faced by Female Healthcare Professionals in the Workforce: A Scoping Review</p>
  31. International Operating Room Nurses' Challenges in Providing Person-Centered Care During Organ Procurement Surgery
  32. How is clinical credibility defined in nursing? Protocol for a concept mapping study
  33. Patients’ experiences of acute deterioration: A scoping review
  34. Exploring Indonesian adolescent women’s healthcare needs as they transition to motherhood: A qualitative study
  35. Exploration of self-regulatory behaviours of undergraduate nursing students learning to teach: A social cognitive perspective
  36. Lived experiences of international operating room nurses in organ procurement surgery: A phenomenological study
  37. The influence of anxiety on student nurse performance in a simulated clinical setting: A mixed methods design
  38. Locating “gold standard” evidence for simulation as a substitute for clinical practice in prelicensure health professional education: A systematic review
  39. The illusion of clinical credibility and its importance to nurse education, practice and science
  40. Seeing the whole picture in enrolled and registered nurses’ experiences in recognizing clinical deterioration in general ward patients: A qualitative study
  41. Adolescent mothers' experiences of the transition to motherhood: An integrative review
  42. New nurses and community maternal care education: A qualitative study
  43. Social barriers experienced by female Saudi nursing students while studying nursing: A phenomenological study
  44. Why articles continue to be cited after they have been retracted
  45. ‘I didn't expect teaching to be such a huge part of nursing’: A follow-up qualitative exploration of new graduates' teaching activities
  46. Complementary medicine teaching in Australian medical curricula: The student perspective
  47. Defining clinical credibility: Protocol for a systematic review
  48. Can scholarship in nursing/midwifery education result in a successful research career?
  49. Best practice in clinical simulation education − are we there yet? A cross-sectional survey of simulation in Australian and New Zealand pre-registration nursing education
  50. The importance of ethics in research publications
  51. Are we there yet? Graduate readiness for practice, assessment and final examinations
  52. Inclusion of nursing trials in systematic reviews after they have been retracted: Does it happen and what should we do?
  53. Midwifery student reactions to workplace violence
  54. Epidemiology of unplanned out-of-hospital births attended by paramedics
  55. Graduate entry students’ early perceptions of their future nursing careers
  56. Learning style preferences of Australian accelerated postgraduate pre-registration nursing students: A cross-sectional survey
  57. Attachment and empathy in Australian undergraduate paramedic, nursing and occupational therapy students: A cross-sectional study
  58. Exploring young Australian adults’ asthma management to develop an educational video
  59. Interprofessional simulation of birth in a non-maternity setting for pre-professional students
  60. Anxiety and Clinical Performance in Simulated Setting in Undergraduate Health Professionals Education: An Integrative Review
  61. Roles and functions of Enrolled Nurses in Australia: Perspectives of Enrolled Nurses and Registered Nurses
  62. Research publication performance of Australian Professors of Nursing & Midwifery
  63. Envisaging the use of evidence-based practice (EBP): how nurse academics facilitate EBP use in theory and practice across Australian undergraduate programmes
  64. Role expectations of different levels of nurse on graduation: A mixed methods approach
  65. The hidden curriculum in near-peer learning: An exploratory qualitative study
  66. Graduate entry nurses' initial perspectives on nursing: Content analysis of open-ended survey questions
  67. Advancing general practice nursing in Australia: roles and responsibilities of primary healthcare organisations
  68. Paramedic student exposure to workplace violence during clinical placements – A cross-sectional study
  69. Paramedic and midwifery student exposure to workplace violence during clinical placements in Australia – A pilot study
  70. Learning and adaptation with regard to complementary medicine in a foreign context: Intercultural experiences of medical students from different cultural backgrounds
  71. Using pedagogical approaches to influence evidence-based practice integration - processes and recommendations: findings from a grounded theory study
  72. Qualified nurses' perceptions of nursing graduates' abilities vary according to specific demographic and clinical characteristics. A descriptive quantitative study
  73. Paramedics׳ involvement in planned home birth: A one-year case study
  74. Qualified nurses' rate new nursing graduates as lacking skills in key clinical areas
  75. How do nurse academics value and engage with evidence-based practice across Australia: Findings from a grounded theory study
  76. Facilitators and barriers to evidence-based practice: perceptions of nurse educators, clinical coaches and nurse specialists from a descriptive study
  77. Taking a stand against predatory publishers
  78. Is graduate entry education a solution to increasing numbers of men in nursing?
  79. Midwifery student exposure to workplace violence in clinical settings: An exploratory study
  80. The contemporary landscape of journal publishing
  81. Antenatal Emergency Care Provided by Paramedics: A One-Year Clinical Profile
  82. Resourcing the clinical complementary medicine information needs of Australian medical students: Results of a grounded theory study
  83. Educators' expectations of roles, employability and career pathways of registered and enrolled nurses in Australia
  84. Advancing medical education: connecting interprofessional collaboration and education opportunities with integrative medicine initiatives to build shared learning
  85. An Analysis of Evidence-Based Practice Curriculum Integration in Australian Undergraduate Nursing Programs
  86. Registered nurses’ perceptions of new nursing graduates’ clinical competence: A systematic integrative review
  87. Integrating complementary medicine literacy education into Australian medical curricula: Student-identified techniques and strategies for implementation
  88. A trial of e-simulation of sudden patient deterioration (FIRST2ACT WEB™) on student learning
  89. Graduate nurses’ knowledge of the functions and limitations of pulse oximetry
  90. Work readiness of nursing graduates: current perspectives of graduate nurse program coordinators
  91. An Analysis of Evidence-Based Practice curriculum Integration in Australian Undergraduate Nursing Programs
  92. Student empathy levels across 12 medical and health professions: an interventional study
  93. An investigation of barriers and enablers to advanced nursing roles in Australian general practice
  94. Complementary and alternative medicine: Interaction and communication between midwives and women
  95. The future of maternity healthcare; midwives and complementary medicine
  96. Near-Peer Teaching in Paramedic Education: Results from 2011 to 2013
  97. Peer-assisted teaching and learning in paramedic education: a pilot study
  98. Graduate Nurse Program Coordinators’ perspectives on graduate nurse programs in Victoria, Australia: A descriptive qualitative approach
  99. Student identification of the need for complementary medicine education in Australian medical curricula: A constructivist grounded theory approach
  100. Stepping back to look forward
  101. Complementary medicines in medicine: Conceptualising terminology among Australian medical students using a constructivist grounded theory approach
  102. Patient Deterioration Education: Evaluation of Face-to-Face Simulation and e-Simulation Approaches
  103. Victorian paramedics’ encounters and management of women in labour: an epidemiological study
  104. Comparisons of the educational preparation of registered and enrolled nurses in Australia: The educators' perspectives
  105. Cultural View of Nursing in Saudi Arabia
  106. Perceived knowledge, skills, attitude and contextual factors affecting evidence-based practice among nurse educators, clinical coaches and nurse specialists
  107. Graduate nurse program coordinators’ perceptions of role adaptation experienced by new nursing graduates: A descriptive qualitative approach
  108. Senior nurse role expectations of graduate registered and enrolled nurses in Australia: Content analysis of open-ended survey questions
  109. Similarities and differences in educational preparation of registered and enrolled nurses in Australia: An examination of curricula content
  110. Listening and communication styles in nursing students
  111. Learning in primary health care settings: Australian undergraduate nursing students’ perspectives
  112. Levels of empathy in undergraduate emergency health, nursing, and midwifery students: a longitudinal study
  113. Similarities and differences in educational preparation of registered and enrolled nurses in Australia: An examination of curricula content.
  114. How is peer-teaching perceived by first year paramedic students? Results from three years
  115. Satisfaction of newly graduated nurses enrolled in transition‐to‐practice programmes in their first year of employment: a systematic review
  116. Scoping the context of programs and services for maintaining wellness of older people in rural areas of Indonesia
  117. Situation awareness in undergraduate nursing students managing simulated patient deterioration
  118. Empathy levels among health professional students: a cross-sectional study at two universities in Australia
  119. Hearing, listening, action: Enhancing nursing practice through aural awareness education
  120. Hearing, Listening, Action: Enhancing nursing practice through aural awareness education
  121. Promoting interprofessional understandings through online learning: A qualitative examination
  122. Senior nurse role expectations of graduate registered and enrolled nurses on commencement to practice
  123. Belongingness in the workplace: a study of Malaysian nurses' experiences
  124. DVD empathy simulations: an interventional study
  125. Scope of practice for Australian enrolled nurses: Evolution and practice issues
  126. The changing skill mix in nursing: considerations for and against different levels of nurse
  127. Undergraduate midwifery students' sense of belongingness in clinical practice
  128. The clinical teaching preference questionnaire (CTPQ): An exploratory factor analysis
  129. Crossing professional barriers with peer-assisted learning: Undergraduate midwifery students teaching undergraduate paramedic students
  130. Navigating a safe path together: A theory of midwives' responses to the use of complementary and alternative medicine
  131. From alternative, to complementary to integrative medicine: Supporting Australian midwives in an increasingly pluralistic maternity environment
  132. Keeping childbearing safe: Midwives' influence on women's use of complementary and alternative medicine
  133. Assessing preregistration nursing students' clinical competence: A systematic review of objective measures
  134. Nursing's crisis of care: What part does nursing education own?
  135. Measurement properties of a peer‐teaching scale for nursing education
  136. Involvement of emergency medical services at unplanned births before arrival to hospital: a structured review
  137. No fixed place of birth: Unplanned BBAs in Victoria, Australia
  138. Contextual factors that mediate midwives’ behaviour towards pregnant women's use of complementary and alternative medicine
  139. From Darwin to constructivism: the evolution of grounded theory
  140. Holistic Pregnancy Care: Aligning Complementary and Alternative Medicine With Midwifery Practice
  141. Feedback in Higher and Professional Education
  142. Indonesian student nurses’ perceptions of stress in clinical learning: A phenomenological study
  143. The effectiveness of simulation activities on the cognitive abilities of undergraduate third‐year nursing students: a randomised control trial
  144. Complementary and alternative medicine in midwifery practice: Managing the conflicts
  145. Managing patient deterioration: a protocol for enhancing undergraduate nursing students’ competence through web-based simulation and feedback techniques
  146. Complementary and alternative medicine for induction of labour
  147. The perspectives of Australian midwifery academics on barriers and enablers for simulation in midwifery education in Australia: A focus group study
  148. Factor structure of the Communicator Styles Measure (CSM) when used with undergraduate health science students
  149. Simulation based learning in midwifery education: A systematic review
  150. Simulation based learning in Australian midwifery curricula: Results of a national electronic survey
  151. Levels of empathy in undergraduate nursing students
  152. Australian registered and enrolled nurses: Is there a difference?
  153. Midwives’ support for Complementary and Alternative Medicine: A literature review
  154. Midwifery Research Problems
  155. Saudi Arabian nurses' experiences of studying Masters degrees in Australia
  156. The use of complementary and alternative medicine by pregnant women: A literature review
  157. Practice education learning environments: The mismatch between perceived and preferred expectations of undergraduate health science students
  158. Back to the future: support for complementary and alternative medicine in contemporary midwifery practice
  159. Is simulation a substitute for real life clinical experience in midwifery? A qualitative examination of perceptions of educational leaders
  160. Listening and communication styles of undergraduate paramedic students
  161. Listening and Communication Styles of Undergraduate Occupational Therapy Students: A Cross-Sectional Study
  162. Is history taking a dying skill? An exploration using a simulated learning environment
  163. Levels of empathy in undergraduate midwifery students: An Australian cross-sectional study
  164. Communication styles of undergraduate health students
  165. Undergraduate midwifery students’ first experiences with stillbirth and neonatal death
  166. A step ahead: Teaching undergraduate students to be peer teachers
  167. A pilot study evaluating an interprofessional education workshop for undergraduate health care students
  168. Midwives’ use of the Internet: an Australian study
  169. Transition to specialty practice programs in emergency nursing – A review of the literature
  170. Attitudes of undergraduate health science students towards patients with intellectual disability, substance abuse, and acute mental illness: a cross-sectional study
  171. Levels of empathy in undergraduate occupational therapy students
  172. Complementary and alternative medicine: where's the evidence?
  173. Clinical placements and nursing students' career planning: A qualitative exploration
  174. Exploring a Pedagogical Approach to Integrating Research, Practice and Teaching
  175. Predictors of attitudes to e‐learning of Australian health care students
  176. Influence of clinical placement on undergraduate midwifery students’ career intentions
  177. Uncovering knowing in practice during the graduate year: An exploratory study
  178. The emergence of midwifery as a distinct discipline
  179. A demographic snapshot of midwives in Victoria
  180. Exploring continuous clinical placement for undergraduate students
  181. Mothering: an unacknowledged aspect of undergraduate clinical teachers’ work in nursing
  182. The Career Development Year: Responding to the emergency nursing shortage in Australia
  183. The Career Development Year: Responding to the emergency nursing shortage
  184. The transitional journey through the graduate year: A focus group study
  185. Bachelor of Midwifery: Reflections on the first 5 years from two Victorian universities
  186. What over-the-counter preparations are pregnant women taking? A literature review
  187. Registered nurses– expectations and experiences of first year students– clinical skills and knowledge
  188. A critical examination of clinical teaching in undergraduate nurse education
  189. Experiences and learning during a graduate nurse program: an examination using a focus group approach
  190. Discursive influences on clinical teaching in Australian undergraduate nursing programs
  191. Crossing Cultural Boundaries: Flexible Approaches and Nurse Education
  192. International clinical placements for undergraduate students
  193. Nurturing the future of midwifery through mentoring
  194. Turning tapes into text: issues surrounding the transcription of interviews
  195. Changing handover practices: One private hospital’s experiences