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Publications: Slatyer, Susan

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Kelly, M.A., Slatyer, S., Nichols, P., Osseiran-Moisson, R., Parsons, R. and Brand, G. (2020) Enhancing students’ preparedness to care for older people: A mixed methods analysis. Collegian . In Press.

Rees, C.S., Craigie, M.A., Slatyer, S., Crawford, C., Bishop, M., McPhee, E. and Hegney, D.G. (2020) Pilot study of the effectiveness of a Mindful Self‐Care and Resiliency program for rural doctors in Australia. Australian Journal of Rural Health . Early View.

Towell‐Barnard, A., Slatyer, S., Cadwallader, H., Harvey, M. and Davis, S. (2020) The influence of adaptive challenge on engagement of multidisciplinary staff in standardising aseptic technique in an emergency department: A qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 29 (3-4). pp. 459-467.

Toye, C., Slatyer, S., Kitchen, S., Ingram, K., Bronson, M., Edwards, D., van Schalkwyk, W., Pienaar, C., Wharton, P., Bharat, C. and Hill, K.D. (2019) Bed moves, ward environment, staff perspectives and falls for older people with high falls risk in an acute hospital: A mixed methods study. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 14 . pp. 2223-2237.

Slatyer, S., Aoun, S.M., Hill, K.D., Walsh, D., Whitty, D. and Toye, C. (2019) Caregivers’ experiences of a home support program after the hospital discharge of an older family member: a qualitative analysis. BMC Health Services Research, 19 (1). Article number 220.

Pugh, J.D., Cramer, J.H., Slatyer, S., Twigg, D.E. and Robinson, M.D. (2018) Adaptation and pretesting of the College Persistence Questionnaire V3 (Short Form) for measuring intention to persist among Aboriginal Diploma of Nursing students. Nurse Education Today, 61 . pp. 162-168.

Slatyer, S., Craigie, M., Heritage, B.ORCID: 0000-0002-6437-7232, Davis, S. and Rees, C. (2018) Evaluating the effectiveness of a brief Mindful Self-Care and Resiliency (MSCR) intervention for nurses: a controlled trial. Mindfulness, 9 (2). pp. 534-546.

Cramer, J.H., Pugh, J.D., Slatyer, S., Twigg, D.E. and Robinson, M. (2018) Issues impacting on enrolled nurse education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students: a discussion. Contemporary Nurse, 54 (3). pp. 258-267.

Rees, C., Craigie, M., Slatyer, S., Heritage, B.ORCID: 0000-0002-6437-7232, Harvey, C., Brough, P. and Hegney, D. (2018) Mindful Self-Care and Resiliency (MSCR): protocol for a pilot trial of a brief mindfulness intervention to promote occupational resilience in rural general practitioners. BMJ Open, 8 (6). e021027.

Allen, E., Williams, A.M., Jennings, D., Stomski, N.J., Goucke, R., Toye, C., Slatyer, S., Clarke, T. and McCullough, K. (2018) Revisiting the Pain Resource Nurse Role in Sustaining Evidence-Based Practice Changes for Pain Assessment and Management. Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing, 15 (5). pp. 386-376.

Slatyer, S., Cramer, J., Pugh, J.D. and Twigg, D.E. (2016) Barriers and enablers to retention of Aboriginal Diploma of Nursing students in Western Australia: An exploratory descriptive study. Nurse Education Today, 42 . pp. 17-22.

Siffleet, J., Williams, A.M., Rapley, P. and Slatyer, S. (2015) Delivering best care and maintaining emotional wellbeing in the intensive care unit: The perspective of experienced nurses. Applied Nursing Research, 28 (4). pp. 305-310.

Slatyer, S., Pienaar, C., Williams, A.M., Proctor, K. and Hewitt, L. (2015) Finding privacy from a public death: A qualitative exploration of how a dedicated space for end-of-life care in an acute hospital impacts on dying patients and their families. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (15-16). pp. 2164-2174.

Slatyer, S., Williams, A.M. and Michael, R. (2015) Seeking empowerment to comfort patients in severe pain: A grounded theory study of the nurse's perspective. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 52 (1). pp. 229-239.

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