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Face-to-face instruction combined with online resources improves retention of clinical skills among undergraduate nursing students
VR Terry, PC Terry, C Moloney, L Bowtell
Nurse education today 61, 15-19, 2018
442018
Online intravenous pump emulator: As effective as face-to-face simulation for training nursing students
VR Terry, C Moloney, L Bowtell, PC Terry
Nurse education today 40, 198-203, 2016
392016
Implementation of oral health recommendations into two residential aged care facilities in a regional Australian city
T Fallon, E Buikstra, M Cameron, D Hegney, D Mackenzie, J March, ...
International Journal of Evidence‐Based Healthcare 4 (3), 162-179, 2006
362006
Characteristics and processes of clinical reasoning in nurses and factors related to its use: a scoping review protocol
S Griffits, S Hines, C Moloney, N Ralph
JBI Evidence Synthesis 15 (12), 2832-2836, 2017
252017
A systematic review of psychometric evidence and expert opinion regarding the assessment of faecal incontinence in older community‐dwelling adults
A Fallon, J Westaway, C Moloney
International Journal of Evidence‐Based Healthcare 6 (2), 225-259, 2008
232008
Drivers for wireless handheld technology: views from Queensland nurses
R Gururajan, C Moloney, D Kerr
Proceedings of ABBSA Conference 2005 (ABBSA 2005), 2005
192005
An evidence-based approach to the prevention and initial management of skin tears within the aged community setting: a best practice implementation project
R Beechey, L Priest, M Peters, C Moloney
JBI Evidence Synthesis 13 (5), 421-443, 2015
152015
Behavioural intention and user acceptance of research evidence for Queensland nurses: provision of solutions from the clinician
CW Moloney
Nurse Education in Practice 13 (4), 310-316, 2013
142013
Building professional nursing communication
J Lawrence, C Perrin, E Kiernan
Cambridge University Press, 2015
132015
Mobile learning initiatives in nursing education
S Rees, C Moloney, H Farley
Springer, 2015
132015
Enhancing nursing education with remote access laboratories
L Bowtell, C Moloney, AA Kist, V Parker, A Maxwell, N Reedy
International Journal of Online Engineering 8 (Special Issue), 52-59, 2012
132012
Does metabolic syndrome predict surgical complications? A protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis
P Norris, N Ralph, C Moloney
Systematic Reviews 6 (1), 1-7, 2017
122017
Perceived facilitators and inhibitors for the use of personal digital assistants (PDAs) by nurses: a systematic review
C Moloney, L Becarria
JBI Evidence Synthesis 7 (33), 1431-1488, 2009
122009
Digital skills in healthcare practice
C Moloney, H Farley
Cambridge University Press, 2015
112015
Using remote access laboratories in nursing education
L Bowtell, C Moloney, AA Kist, V Parker, A Maxwell, N Reedy
2012 9th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual …, 2012
112012
A systematic review of the experiences of undergraduate nursing students choosing to study at an English speaking university outside their homeland.
R Terwijn, S Pearce, C Rogers-Clark
JBI Evidence Synthesis 10 (2), 66-186, 2012
112012
An investigation into the factors of adoption of wireless applications for data management by nurses
R Gururajan, D Kerr, C Moloney, L Houghton
Collaborative Decision Making In The Internet Era, 1-5, 2005
112005
Exploring factors contributing to Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) guideline non-adherence and potential solutions in the emergency department: interdisciplinary …
H Issac, M Taylor, C Moloney, J Lea
Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 767-785, 2021
102021
Challenges for implementing wireless hand-held technology in health care: views from selected Queensland nurses
R Gururajan, C Moloney, J Soar
Journal of telemedicine and telecare 11 (2_suppl), 37-38, 2005
102005
How registered nurses balance limited resources in order to maintain competence: a grounded theory study
S Rees, H Farley, C Moloney
BMC nursing 20, 1-10, 2021
92021
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