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Esther Adama (RN, PhD)
Esther Adama (RN, PhD)
Lecturer, Nursing; Edith Cowan University
Verified email at ecu.edu.au
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Parents' experiences of caring for preterm infants after discharge from neonatal intensive care unit: a meta-synthesis of the literature
EA Adama, S Bayes, D Sundin
Journal of Neonatal Nursing 22 (1), 27-51, 2016
882016
Fathers in neonatal units: Improving infant health by supporting the baby-father bond and mother-father coparenting
D Fisher, M Khashu, EA Adama, N Feeley, CF Garfield, J Ireland, ...
Journal of Neonatal Nursing 24 (6), 306-312, 2018
572018
Parents’ experiences of caring for preterm infants after discharge with grandmothers as their main support
EA Adama, S Bayes, D Sundin
Journal of clinical nursing 27 (17-18), 3377-3386, 2018
222018
Ghanaian fathers' experiences of caring for preterm infants; a journey of exclusion
EA Adama, D Sundin, S Bayes
Journal of Neonatal Nursing 23 (6), 275-281, 2017
202017
Exploring the sociocultural aspect of narrative inquiry: A dynamic nursing research methodology
EA Adama, D Sundin, S Bayes
Clinical Nursing Studies 4 (4), 1, 2016
112016
Support needs of parents in neonatal intensive care unit: An integrative review
EA Adama, E Adua, S Bayes, E Mörelius
Journal of Clinical Nursing 31 (5-6), 532-547, 2022
62022
The psychosocial impact of rare diseases among children and adolescents attending mainstream schools in Western Australia
EA Adama, D Arabiat, MJ Foster, E Afrifa-Yamoah, K Runions, ...
International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-14, 2021
62021
Sociocultural practices affecting the care of preterm infants in the Ghanaian community
EA Adama, D Sundin, S Bayes
Journal of Transcultural Nursing 32 (5), 458-465, 2021
52021
Construct validity of the Suboptimal Health Status Questionnaire-25 in a Ghanaian population
E Adua, E Afrifa-Yamoah, K Frimpong, E Adama, SP Karthigesu, EO Anto, ...
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 19 (1), 1-12, 2021
32021
Seeing lockdown through the eyes of children from around the world: Reflecting on a children's artwork project.
B CARTER, M Foster, M Al-Motlaq, S Neill, T O'sullivan, M Majamanda, ...
Nursing Praxis in Aotearoa New Zealand, 2021
12021
Parents' experiences of children with a rare disease attending a mainstream school: Australia
M Foster, E Adama, D Arabiat, K Runions, R Vithiatharan, M Zgambo, ...
Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 2021
12021
COVID-19 restrictions and fathers of infants in neonatal care.
M Khashu, L Provenzi, E Adama, C Garfield, F Koliouli, D Fisher, ...
BMJ Global Health 5 (4), 2020
12020
COVID‐19 restrictions and psychological well‐being of fathers with infants admitted to NICU—an exploratory cross‐sectional study
EA Adama, F Koliouli, L Provenzi, N Feeley, E van Teijlingen, J Ireland, ...
Acta Paediatrica, 2022
2022
Light acupuncture and five-element music therapy for nurses’ mental health and well-being during and post-COVID-19: protocol for a randomised cross-over feasibility study
CC Wang, J Lo, R Saunders, E Adama, C Bulsara, C Etherton-Beer, ...
BMJ open 12 (4), e057106, 2022
2022
Protocol: Light acupuncture and five-element music therapy for nurses’ mental health and well-being during and post-COVID-19: protocol for a randomised cross-over feasibility study
CC Wang, J Lo, R Saunders, E Adama, C Bulsara, C Etherton-Beer, ...
BMJ Open 12 (4), 2022
2022
Barriers and Facilitators to HIV Prevention Interventions for Reducing Risky Sexual Behavior Among Youth Worldwide: A Systematic Review
F Mbengo, E Adama, A Towell-Barnard, A Bhana
2021
Sub-Saharan African Women’s Views and Experiences of Risk Factors for Obstetric Fistula: A Qualitative Systematic Review
LB Bulndi, D Ireson, E Adama, S Bayes
2021
Seeing lockdown through the eyes of children from around the world: Reflecting on a children's artwork project
S Neill, MJ Foster, M Al-Motlaq, B Carter, T O'Sullivan, A Quaye, ...
2021
Ghanaian parents’ experiences of caring for their preterm infants after discharge from the neonatal unit-a narrative inquiry study
EA Adama
2018
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