Leanne Aitken
Leanne Aitken
Professor of Critical Care, City, University of London
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Sample size: How many is enough?
E Burmeister, LM Aitken
Australian Critical Care 25 (4), 271-274, 2012
Sample size: How many is enough?
LM Aitken
Characteristics of successful interventions to reduce turnover and increase retention of early career nurses: a systematic review
J Brook, L Aitken, R Webb, J MacLaren, D Salmon
International Journal of Nursing Studies, 2018
A comparison of novice and expert nurses’ cue collection during clinical decision-making: verbal protocol analysis
KA Hoffman, LM Aitken, C Duffield
International journal of nursing studies 46 (10), 1335-1344, 2009
Health-related quality of life and physical recovery after a critical illness: a multi-centre randomised controlled trial of a home-based physical rehabilitation program
D Elliott, S McKinley, J Alison, LM Aitken, M King, GD Leslie, P Kenny, ...
Critical Care 15 (3), R142, 2011
An agenda for clinical decision making and judgement in nursing research and education
C Thompson, L Aitken, D Doran, D Dowding
International journal of nursing studies 50 (12), 1720-1726, 2013
Multinational development and validation of an early prediction model for delirium in ICU patients
A Wassenaar, M van den Boogaard, T van Achterberg, AJC Slooter, ...
Intensive care medicine 41 (6), 1048-1056, 2015
Intensive care diaries to promote recovery for patients and families after critical illness: a Cochrane systematic review
AJ Ullman, LM Aitken, J Rattray, J Kenardy, R Le Brocque, S MacGillivray, ...
International journal of nursing studies 52 (7), 1243-1253, 2015
ACCCN's critical care nursing
D Elliott, L Aitken, W Chaboyer
Elsevier Australia, 2011
Recalibration of the delirium prediction model for ICU patients (PRE-DELIRIC): a multinational observational study
M van den Boogaard, L Schoonhoven, E Maseda, C Plowright, C Jones, ...
Intensive care medicine 40 (3), 361-369, 2014
The effect of a short one-on-one nursing intervention on knowledge, attitudes and beliefs related to response to acute coronary syndrome in people with coronary heart disease …
S McKinley, K Dracup, DK Moser, B Riegel, LV Doering, H Meischke, ...
International journal of nursing studies 46 (8), 1037-1046, 2009
Acute coronary syndrome: what do patients know?
K Dracup, S McKinley, LV Doering, B Riegel, H Meischke, DK Moser, ...
Archives of Internal Medicine 168 (10), 1049-1054, 2008
Effectiveness and risks of cricoid pressure during rapid sequence intubation
CM Algie, RK Mahar, PD Mahar, HB Tan, CP Ariyasinghe, J Wasiak, ...
status and date: New, published in, 2015
What factors influence suboptimal ward care in the acutely ill ward patient?
D Massey, LM Aitken, C Wendy
Australian Critical Care 21 (3), 127-140, 2008
The effect of education and counselling on knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about responses to acute myocardial infarction symptoms
T Buckley, S McKinley, R Gallagher, K Dracup, DK Moser, LM Aitken
European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 6 (2), 105-111, 2007
Critical care nurses' use of decision‐making strategies
LM Aitken
Journal of clinical nursing 12 (4), 476-483, 2003
Nurses’ perceptions of accessing a medical emergency team: a qualitative study
D Massey, W Chaboyer, L Aitken
Australian Critical Care 27 (3), 133-138, 2014
Nurses who work outside nursing
C Duffield, LOB Pallas, LM Aitken
Journal of Advanced Nursing 47 (6), 664-671, 2004
The effect of an algorithm-based sedation guideline on the duration of mechanical ventilation in an Australian intensive care unit
R Elliott, S McKinley, LM Aitken, J Hendrikz
Intensive care medicine 32 (10), 1506-1514, 2006
Critical care nurses’ decision making: sedation assessment and management in intensive care
LM Aitken, AP Marshall, R Elliott, S McKinley
Journal of Clinical Nursing 18 (1), 36-45, 2009
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