Julie Henderson
Julie Henderson
Verified email at flinders.edu.au - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
Factors influencing why nursing care is missed
I Blackman, J Henderson, E Willis, P Hamilton, L Toffoli, C Verrall, E Abery, ...
Journal of clinical nursing 24 (1-2), 47-56, 2015
‘Older people have lived their lives’: First year nursing students’ attitudes towards older people
J Henderson, L Xiao, L Siegloff, M Kelton, J Paterson
Contemporary nurse 30 (1), 32-45, 2008
Governing childhood obesity: Framing regulation of fast food advertising in the Australian print media
J Henderson, J Coveney, P Ward, A Taylor
Social science & medicine 69 (9), 1402-1408, 2009
Reconnecting Australian consumers and producers: identifying problems of distrust
SB Meyer, J Coveney, J Henderson, PR Ward, AW Taylor
Food Policy 37 (6), 634-640, 2012
How do South Australian consumers negotiate and respond to information in the media about food and nutrition? The importance of risk, trust and uncertainty
PR Ward, J Henderson, J Coveney, S Meyer
Journal of Sociology 48 (1), 23-41, 2012
Neo-liberalism, community care and Australian mental health policy
J Henderson
Health Sociology Review 14 (3), 242-254, 2005
Community mental health nursing: Keeping pace with care delivery?
J Henderson, E Willis, B Walter, L Toffoli
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 17 (3), 162-170, 2008
Predicting variations to missed nursing care: A three‐nation comparison
I Blackman, E Papastavrou, A Palese, S Vryonides, J Henderson, E Willis
Journal of nursing management 26 (1), 33-41, 2018
A sociology of food and eating: Why now?
P Ward, J Coveney, J Henderson
Journal of Sociology 46 (4), 347-351, 2010
Missed care in residential aged care in Australia: an exploratory study
J Henderson, E Willis, L Xiao, I Blackman
Collegian 24 (5), 411-416, 2017
The Australian Food and Trust Survey: Demographic indicators associated with food safety and quality concerns
AW Taylor, J Coveney, PR Ward, E Dal Grande, L Mamerow, ...
Food Control 25 (2), 476-483, 2012
Rounding, work intensification and new public management
E Willis, L Toffoli, J Henderson, L Couzner, P Hamilton, C Verrall, ...
Nursing inquiry 23 (2), 158-168, 2016
Austerity, new public management and missed nursing care in Australia and New Zealand
E Willis, J Carryer, C Harvey, M Pearson, J Henderson
Journal of advanced nursing 73 (12), 3102-3110, 2017
Farmers are the most trusted part of the Australian food chain: results from a national survey of consumers
J Henderson, J Coveney, PR Ward, AW Taylor
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 35 (4), 319-324, 2011
Social barriers to Type 2 diabetes self‐management: the role of capital
J Henderson, C Wilson, L Roberts, R Munt, M Crotty
Nursing inquiry 21 (4), 336-345, 2014
Nurses and midwives perceptions of missed nursing care–A South Australian study
C Verrall, E Abery, C Harvey, J Henderson, E Willis, P Hamilton, L Toffoli, ...
Collegian 22 (4), 413-420, 2015
Work intensification as missed care
E Willis, J Henderson, P Hamilton, L Toffoli, I Blackman, L Couzner, ...
Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work 25 …, 2015
The role of the media in construction and presentation of food risks
J Henderson, A Wilson, SB Meyer, J Coveney, M Calnan, D McCullum, ...
Health, Risk & Society 16 (7-8), 615-630, 2014
Who regulates food? Australians’ perceptions of responsibility for food safety
J Henderson, J Coveney, P Ward
Australian Journal of Primary Health 16 (4), 344-351, 2010
How is P rimary H ealth C are conceptualised in nursing in A ustralia? A review of the literature
J Henderson, K Koehne, C Verrall, K Gebbie, J Fuller
Health & Social Care in the Community 22 (4), 337-351, 2014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20