Merylin Cross
Merylin Cross
Senior Lecturer Centre for Rural Health, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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The evidence for ‘flipping out’: A systematic review of the flipped classroom in nursing education
V Betihavas, H Bridgman, R Kornhaber, M Cross
Nurse education today 38, 15-21, 2016
2832016
Building capacity for the clinical placement of nursing students
T Barnett, M Cross, E Jacob, L Shahwan-Akl, A Welch, A Caldwell, ...
Collegian 15 (2), 55-61, 2008
722008
The evaluation of a successful collaborative education model to expand student clinical placements
T Barnett, M Cross, L Shahwan-Akl, E Jacob
Nurse Education in Practice 10 (1), 17-21, 2010
662010
The benefits and challenges of academic writing retreats: An integrative review
R Kornhaber, M Cross, V Betihavas, H Bridgman
Higher Education Research & Development 35 (6), 1210-1227, 2016
212016
Expanding the clinical placement capacity of rural hospitals in Australia: Displacing Peta to place Paul?
T Barnett, LE Walker, E Jacob, K Missen, MD Cross, L Shahwan-Akl
Nurse Education Today 32 (5), 485-489, 2012
212012
Making the most of person-centred education by integrating flipped and simulated teaching: An exploratory study
A Saunders, R Green, M Cross
Nurse education in practice 27, 71-77, 2017
202017
End-of-life care in a community garden: findings from a participatory action research project in regional Australia
P Marsh, G Gartrell, G Egg, A Nolan, M Cross
Health & place 45, 110-116, 2017
172017
“A golden opportunity”: Exploring interprofessional learning and practice in rural clinical settings
J Spencer, J Woodroffe, M Cross, P Allen
Journal of Interprofessional Care 29 (4), 389-391, 2015
162015
Health professional students' rural placement satisfaction and rural practice intentions: A national cross‐sectional survey
T Smith, K Sutton, S Pit, K Muyambi, D Terry, A Farthing, C Courtney, ...
Australian Journal of Rural Health 26 (1), 26-32, 2018
152018
Australian clinician’s views on interprofessional education for students in the rural clinical setting
E Jacob, T Barnett, K Missen, M Cross, L Walker
Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education 2 (2), 2012
132012
Interprofessional clinical education: Clinicians’ views on the importance of leadership
K Missen, ER Jacob, T Barnett, L Walker, M Cross
Collegian 19 (4), 189-195, 2012
122012
Treatments for people living with schizophrenia in Sub‐Saharan Africa: an adapted realist review
S Chidarikire, M Cross, I Skinner, M Cleary
International nursing review 65 (1), 78-92, 2018
102018
Interprofessional practice and learning in a youth mental health service: a case study using network analysis
T Barnett, H Hoang, M Cross, H Bridgman
Journal of interprofessional care 29 (5), 512-514, 2015
102015
Preparing student nurses for healthcare reform
T Barnett, K Sellick, M Cross, L Walker, A James, S Henderson
Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-disciplinary Journal 14 (1), 23, 2012
102012
Navigating nuances of language and meaning: Challenges of cross-language ethnography involving Shona speakers living with schizophrenia
S Chidarikire, M Cross, I Skinner, M Cleary
Qualitative health research 28 (6), 927-938, 2018
62018
Mapping the interprofessional education landscape for students on rural clinical placements: an integrative literature review
L Walker, M Cross, T Barnett
Rural and remote health 18 (2), 1-18, 2018
62018
Ruralization of students’ horizons: insights into Australian health professional students’ rural and remote placements
T Smith, M Cross, S Waller, H Chambers, A Farthing, F Barraclough, ...
Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare 11, 85, 2018
52018
Building capacity for clinical placements and interprofessional learning (IPL): Final report
T Barnett, M Cross, E Jacob, L Walker, K Missen, L Shahwan-Akl
Churchill, Victoria: Off-Campus Learning Centre, Monash University, 2010
42010
Building capacity for clinical placements and interprofessional learning (IPL)
AP Barnett, M Cross, E Jacob, L Walker, K Missen, L Shahwan-Alk
32010
Q sample construction: a novel approach incorporating a Delphi technique to explore opinions about codeine dependence
M Kirschbaum, T Barnett, M Cross
BMC medical research methodology 19 (1), 101, 2019
22019
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