Yenna Salamonson
Yenna Salamonson
School of Nursing & Midwifery, Western Sydney University; COHORT; THRI
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Mixed methods research for nursing and the health sciences
S Andrew, E Halcomb
Wiley-Blackwell Pub., 2009
Academic performance in nursing students: Influence of part‐time employment, age and ethnicity
Y Salamonson, S Andrew
Journal of Advanced Nursing 55 (3), 342-349, 2006
Emotional intelligence as a predictor of academic performance in first‐year accelerated graduate entry nursing students
R Fernandez, Y Salamonson, R Griffiths
Journal of clinical nursing 21 (23-24), 3485-3492, 2012
A review of the six-minute walk test: its implication as a self-administered assessment tool
HY Du, PJ Newton, Y Salamonson, VL Carrieri-Kohlman, PM Davidson
European journal of cardiovascular nursing 8 (1), 2-8, 2009
Bandura's exercise self-efficacy scale: validation in an Australian cardiac rehabilitation setting
B Everett, Y Salamonson, PM Davidson
International Journal of Nursing Studies 46 (6), 824-829, 2009
English‐language acculturation predicts academic performance in nursing students who speak English as a second language
Y Salamonson, B Everett, J Koch, S Andrew, PM Davidson
Research in Nursing & Health 31 (1), 86-94, 2008
Academic engagement and disengagement as predictors of performance in pathophysiology among nursing students
Y Salamonson, S Andrew, B Everett
Contemporary Nurse 32 (1-2), 123-132, 2009
Hate the course or hate to go: semester differences in first year nursing attrition
S Andrew, Y Salamonson, R Weaver, A Smith, R O’Reilly, C Taylor
Nurse education today 28 (7), 865-872, 2008
Bringing patient safety to the forefront through structured computerisation during clinical handover
J Matic, PM Davidson, Y Salamonson
Journal of clinical nursing 20 (1‐2), 184-189, 2011
Nursing students’ perception of a web-based intervention to support learning
J Koch, S Andrew, Y Salamonson, B Everett, PM Davidson
Nurse education today 30 (6), 584-590, 2010
Nurses in Australian general practice: implications for chronic disease management
EJ Halcomb, PM Davidson, Y Salamonson, R Ollerton, R Griffiths
Journal of clinical nursing 17 (5a), 6-15, 2008
Severity of illness and risk of readmission to intensive care: a meta-analysis
SA Frost, E Alexandrou, T Bogdanovski, Y Salamonson, PM Davidson, ...
Resuscitation 80 (5), 505-510, 2009
Predictive validity of the Macleod Clark Professional Identity Scale for undergraduate nursing students
M Worthington, Y Salamonson, R Weaver, M Cleary
Nurse Education Today 33 (3), 187-191, 2013
Struggling for legitimacy: Nursing students’ stories of organisational aggression, resilience and resistance
D Jackson, M Hutchinson, B Everett, J Mannix, K Peters, R Weaver, ...
Nursing Inquiry 18 (2), 102-110, 2011
The impact of term-time paid work on academic performance in nursing students: A longitudinal study
Y Salamonson, B Everett, J Koch, S Andrew, PM Davidson
International journal of nursing studies 49 (5), 579-585, 2012
Understanding whistleblowing: qualitative insights from nurse whistleblowers
D Jackson, K Peters, S Andrew, M Edenborough, E Halcomb, L Luck, ...
Journal of advanced nursing 66 (10), 2194-2201, 2010
Women recovering from first‐time myocardial infarction (MI): a feminist qualitative study
D Jackson, J Daly, P Davidson, D Elliott, E Cameron‐Traub, V Wade, ...
Journal of advanced nursing 32 (6), 1403-1411, 2000
Learning approaches as predictors of academic performance in first year health and science students
Y Salamonson, R Weaver, S Chang, J Koch, R Bhathal, C Khoo, I Wilson
Nurse Education Today 33 (7), 729-733, 2013
Voices from the floor: nurses’ perceptions of the medical emergency team
Y Salamonson, B van Heere, B Everett, P Davidson
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 22 (3), 138-143, 2006
Trial and retribution: A qualitative study of whistleblowing and workplace relationships in nursing
D Jackson, K Peters, S Andrew, M Edenborough, E Halcomb, L Luck, ...
Contemporary nurse 36 (1-2), 34-44, 2010
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