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Damhnat McCann
Damhnat McCann
Senior Lecturer, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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Routine resite of peripheral intravenous devices every 3 days did not reduce complications compared with clinically indicated resite: a randomised controlled trial
CM Rickard, D McCann, J Munnings, MR McGrail
BMC medicine 8 (1), 1-10, 2010
2072010
The daily patterns of time use for parents of children with complex needs: A systematic review
D McCann, R Bull, T Winzenberg
Journal of Child Health Care 16 (1), 26-52, 2012
1982012
The needs of parents of hospitalized children in Australia
L Shields, J Young, D McCann
Journal of Child Health Care 12 (1), 60-75, 2008
1112008
Family caregivers’ experiences of caring for a relative with younger onset dementia: A qualitative systematic review
CJ Cabote, M Bramble, D McCann
Journal of Family Nursing 21 (3), 443-468, 2015
782015
Sleep deprivation is an additional stress for parents staying in hospital
D McCann
Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing 13 (2), 111-122, 2008
592008
Sleep deprivation in parents caring for children with complex needs at home: A mixed methods systematic review
D McCann, R Bull, T Winzenberg
Journal of Family Nursing 21 (1), 86-118, 2015
562015
Seeking respite: issues around the use of day respite care for the carers of people with dementia
A Robinson, E Lea, L Hemmings, G Vosper, D McCann, F Weeding, ...
Ageing & Society 32 (2), 196-218, 2012
482012
Negotiation of care for a hospitalised child: nursing perspectives.
J Young, D McCann, K Watson, A Pitcher, R Bundy, D Greathead
Neonatal, Paediatric & Child Health Nursing 9 (3), 2006
392006
Negotiation of care for a hospitalised child: parental perspectives.
J Young, D McCann, K Watson, A Pitcher, R Bundy, D Greathead
Neonatal, Paediatric & Child Health Nursing 9 (2), 2006
352006
Effectiveness of a tool to improve role negotiation and communication between parents and nurses
D McCann, J Young, K Watson, RS Ware, A Pitcher, R Bundy, ...
Nursing Children and Young People 20 (5), 2008
322008
Dishing the drugs: a qualitative study to explore paediatric nurses' attitudes and practice related to medication administration
L Davis, S Keogh, K Watson, D McCann
Collegian 12 (4), 15-20, 2005
312005
Evaluation of contextual influences on the medication administration practice of paediatric nurses
L Davis, R Ware, D McCann, S Keogh, K Watson
Journal of advanced nursing 65 (6), 1293-1299, 2009
212009
Evaluation of a collaborative testing approach to objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) in undergraduate nurse education: A survey study
A Saunders, R Say, D Visentin, D McCann
Nurse education in practice 35, 111-116, 2019
132019
Socioeconomic disadvantage as a driver of non-urgent emergency department presentations: a retrospective data analysis
M Unwin, E Crisp, J Stankovich, D McCann, L Kinsman
PLoS One 15 (4), e0231429, 2020
112020
Supporting students with autism spectrum disorder in higher education
C Owen, D McCann, C Rayner, C Devereaux, F Sheehan, L Quarmby
92016
Delayed flow is a risk to patient safety: A mixed method analysis of emergency department patient flow
A Pryce, M Unwin, L Kinsman, D McCann
International Emergency Nursing 54, 100956, 2021
72021
Transforming Home: parents’ experiences of caring for children on the autism spectrum in Tasmania, Australia
C Owen, D McCann
Housing studies 33 (5), 734-758, 2018
72018
Does continuous partial attention offer a new understanding of the required vigilance and associated stress for parents of children with complex needs?
D McCann
Child: care, health and development 41 (6), 1238-1241, 2015
62015
Factors influencing paediatric nurses' responses to medication administration
L Davis, RS Ware, D McCann, S Keogh, K Watson
Quality and Safety in Health Care 19 (5), e4-e4, 2010
62010
Brief report: Competence, value and enjoyment of childcare activities undertaken by parents of children with complex needs
D McCann, R Bull, T Winzenberg
Journal of Pediatric Nursing 31 (2), e127-e132, 2016
52016
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