Rebecca Olson
Rebecca Olson
Associate Professor, Sociology, University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au - Homepage
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Interprofessional education in allied health: A systematic review
R Olson, A Bialocerkowski
Medical Education 48, 236-246, 2014
2432014
Managing hope, denial or temporal anomie? Informal cancer carers' accounts of spouses' cancer diagnoses
R Olson
Social Science & Medicine 73 (6), 904-911, 2010
512010
A rough road map to reflexivity in qualitative research into emotions
P Fitzpatrick, R Olson
Emotion Review 7 (1), 49-54, 2015
482015
Beliefs and knowledge about post-traumatic stress disorder amongst resettled Afghan refugees in Australia
A Yaser, S Slewa-Younan, CA Smith, RE Olson, MGU Guajardo, J Mond
International journal of mental health systems 10 (1), 1-9, 2016
332016
Indefinite loss: The experiences of carers of a spouse with cancer
R Olson
European Journal of Cancer Care 23 (4), 553-561, 2014
272014
Domain-specific physical activity and affective wellbeing among adolescents: an observational study of the moderating roles of autonomous and controlled motivation
RL White, PD Parker, DR Lubans, F MacMillan, R Olson, T Astell-Burt, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 15 (1), 87, 2018
202018
Developing cultural competence through self-reflection in interprofessional education: Findings from an Australian university
R Olson, J Bidewell, T Dune, N Lessey
Journal of interprofessional care 30 (3), 347-354, 2016
182016
Towards a sociology of cancer caregiving: Time to feel
RE Olson
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2015
182015
The sociology of emotions: A meta-reflexive review of a theoretical tradition in flux
RE Olson, JJ McKenzie, R Patulny
Journal of Sociology 53 (4), 800-818, 2017
122017
Why few older adults participate in complex motor skills: a qualitative study of older adults’ perceptions of difficulty and challenge
KP Kraft, KA Steel, F Macmillan, R Olson, D Merom
BMC public health 15 (1), 1186, 2015
122015
Introduction: Methodological innovations in the sociology of emotions part two - methods
R Olson, N Godbold, R Patulny
Emotion Review 7 (2), 2015
122015
How and why emotions matter in interprofessional healthcare
A Dadich, RE Olson
International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion 8 (1), 59-79, 2017
112017
A time-sovereignty approach to understanding carers of cancer patients' experiences and support preferences
R Olson
European Journal of Cancer Care 23 (2), 239-248, 2014
112014
Changes in professional human care work: The case of nurse practitioners in Australia
B Prosser, R Olson
Health Sociology Review 22 (4), 422-432, 2013
112013
Gendered emotion management and teacher outcomes in secondary school teaching: A review
RE Olson, J McKenzie, KA Mills, R Patulny, A Bellocchi, F Caristo
Teaching and Teacher Education 80, 128-144, 2019
102019
Reimagining health professional socialisation: an interactionist study of interprofessional education
RE Olson, N Klupp, T Astell-Burt
Health Sociology Review 25 (1), 92-107, 2016
102016
Emotion management and solidarity in the workplace: A call for a new research agenda
J McKenzie, RE Olson, R Patulny, A Bellocchi, KA Mills
The Sociological Review 67 (3), 672-688, 2019
92019
A qualitative investigation of the perceived influence of adolescents’ motivation on relationships between domain-specific physical activity and positive and negative affect
RL White, R Olson, PD Parker, T Astell-Burt, C Lonsdale
Mental Health and Physical Activity 14, 113-120, 2018
92018
Jordan McKenzie
RE Olson, R Patulny, A Bellocchi, KA Mills
Sociological Review 67 (3), 672-688, 0
9*
Exploring identity in the 'figured worlds' of cancer caregiving and marriage in Australia
R Olson
Health and Social Care in the Community, 0
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