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Applying thematic analysis theory to practice: A researcher’s experience
AG Tuckett
Contemporary nurse 19 (1-2), 75-87, 2005
A systematic review: students with mental health problems—a growing problem
K Storrie, K Ahern, A Tuckett
International journal of nursing practice 16 (1), 1-6, 2010
Qualitative research sampling: the very real complexities
AG Tuckett
Nurse researcher 12 (1), 47-61, 2004
Part II. Rigour in qualitative research: complexities and solutions
AG Tuckett
Nurse researcher 13 (1), 2005
Moral distress in nursing: contributing factors, outcomes and interventions
AS Burston, AG Tuckett
Nursing ethics 20 (3), 312-324, 2013
Truth-telling in clinical practice and the arguments for and against: a review of the literature
AG Tuckett
Nursing ethics 11 (5), 500-513, 2004
Workplace violence: Differences in perceptions of nursing work between those exposed and those not exposed: A cross‐sector analysis
D Hegney, A Tuckett, D Parker, RM Eley
International journal of nursing practice 16 (2), 188-202, 2010
Patients’ and family members’ views on how clinicians enact and how they should enact incident disclosure: the “100 patient stories” qualitative study
R Iedema, S Allen, K Britton, D Piper, A Baker, C Grbich, A Allan, L Jones, ...
Bmj 343, 2011
Is anybody listening? A qualitative study of nurses’ reflections on practice
A Huntington, J Gilmour, A Tuckett, S Neville, D Wilson, C Turner
Journal of clinical nursing 20 (9‐10), 1413-1422, 2011
Patients' and family members' experiences of open disclosure following adverse events
R Iedema, R Sorensen, E Manias, A Tuckett, D Piper, N Mallock, ...
International Journal for Quality in Health Care 20 (6), 421-432, 2008
‘Why nurses are leaving the profession… lack of support from managers’: What nurses from an e‐cohort study said
A Tuckett, P Winters‐Chang, F Bogossian, M Wood
International Journal of Nursing Practice 21 (4), 359-366, 2015
Access to and support for continuing professional education amongst Queensland nurses: 2004 and 2007
D Hegney, A Tuckett, D Parker, E Robert
Nurse education today 30 (2), 142-149, 2010
“The pure hard slog that nursing is...”: A qualitative analysis of nursing work
F Bogossian, P Winters‐Chang, A Tuckett
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 46 (5), 377-388, 2014
The meaning of nursing-home:‘Waiting to go up to St. Peter, OK! Waiting house, sad but true’—An Australian perspective
AG Tuckett
Journal of Aging Studies 21 (2), 119-133, 2007
Construct validity and reliability of the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index for Queensland nurses
D Parker, A Tuckett, R Eley, D Hegney
International journal of nursing practice 16 (4), 352-358, 2010
Collecting qualitative data: Part II Journal as a method: experience, rationale and limitations
AG Tuckett, DE Stewart
Contemporary Nurse 16 (3), 240-251, 2004
The experience of lying in dementia care: A qualitative study
AG Tuckett
Nursing Ethics 19 (1), 7-20, 2012
Models for predicting turnover of residential aged care nurses: A structural equation modelling analysis of secondary data
F Gao, P Newcombe, C Tilse, J Wilson, A Tuckett
International Journal of Nursing Studies 51 (9), 1258-1270, 2014
On paternalism, autonomy and best interests: Telling the (competent) aged‐care resident what they want to know
AG Tuckett
International journal of nursing practice 12 (3), 166-173, 2006
The National Open Disclosure Pilot: evaluation of a policy implementation initiative
RAM Iedema, NA Mallock, RJ Sorensen, E Manias, AG Tuckett, ...
Medical Journal of Australia 188 (7), 397-400, 2008
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