Amy Johnston
Amy Johnston
Research Fellow Gold Coast University Hospital, Senior lecturer School of Nursing and Moidwifery
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Prevalence of smell loss in Parkinson's disease–a multicenter study
A Haehner, S Boesveldt, HW Berendse, A Mackay-Sim, J Fleischmann, ...
Parkinsonism & related disorders 15 (7), 490-494, 2009
Swimming behaviour and post-swimming activity in Vitamin D receptor knockout mice
THJ Burne, ANB Johnston, JJ McGrath, A Mackay-Sim
Brain research bulletin 69 (1), 74-78, 2006
Staff perception of the emergency department working environment: Integrative review of the literature
A Johnston, L Abraham, J Greenslade, O Thom, E Carlstrom, M Wallis, ...
Emergency Medicine Australasia 28 (1), 7-26, 2016
Olfactory ability in the healthy population: reassessing presbyosmia
A Mackay-Sim, ANB Johnston, C Owen, THJ Burne
Chemical senses 31 (8), 763-771, 2006
APP is required during an early phase of memory formation
R Mileusnic, CL Lancashire, ANB Johnston, SPR Rose
European Journal of Neuroscience 12 (12), 4487-4495, 2000
Digital lecture recording: A cautionary tale
ANB Johnston, H Massa, THJ Burne
Nurse education in practice 13 (1), 40-47, 2013
Olfactory discrimination predicts cognitive decline among community-dwelling older adults
HR Sohrabi, KA Bates, MG Weinborn, ANB Johnston, A Bahramian, ...
Translational Psychiatry 2 (5), e118-e118, 2012
Observation learning in day-old chicks using a one-trial passive avoidance learning paradigm
ANB Johnston, THJ Burne, SPR Rose
Animal Behaviour 56 (6), 1347-1353, 1998
Systematic review of three key strategies designed to improve patient flow through the emergency department
E Elder, ANB Johnston, J Crilly
Emergency Medicine Australasia 27 (5), 394-404, 2015
Light experience and the development of behavioural lateralisation in chicks: II. Choice of familiar versus unfamiliar model social partner
RJ Andrew, ANB Johnston, A Robins, LJ Rogers
Behavioural brain research 155 (1), 67-76, 2004
[3H] MK-801 binding asymmetry in the IMHV region of dark-reared chicks is reversed by imprinting
AN Johnston, LJ Rogers, PR Dodd
Brain research bulletin 37 (1), 5-8, 1995
High‐flow nasal cannulae for respiratory support in adult intensive care patients
A Corley, CM Rickard, LM Aitken, A Johnston, A Barnett, JF Fraser, ...
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2017
Student learning styles in anatomy and physiology courses: Meeting the needs of nursing students
ANB Johnston, J Hamill, MJ Barton, S Baldwin, J Percival, ...
Nurse education in practice 15 (6), 415-420, 2015
Anatomy for nurses: Providing students with the best learning experience
ANB Johnston
Nurse Education in Practice 10 (4), 222-226, 2010
Back to the future with hands-on science: Students' perceptions of learning anatomy and physiology
ANB Johnston, M McAllister
J Nurs Educ 47, 417-421, 2008
Memory consolidation in day-old chicks requires BDNF but not NGF or NT-3; an antisense study
ANB Johnston, SPR Rose
Molecular brain research 88 (1-2), 26-36, 2001
Dehydroepiandosterone and its sulphate enhance memory retention in day-old chicks
PV Migues, ANB Johnston, SPR Rose
Neuroscience 109 (2), 243-251, 2002
Role of brain-derived neurotrophic factor and presynaptic proteins in passive avoidance learning in day-old domestic chicks
ANB Johnston, MP Clements, SPR Rose
Neuroscience 88 (4), 1033-1042, 1999
Lecture capture: First year student nurses' experiences of a web based lecture technology
M Cooke, B Watson, E Blacklock, M Mansah, M Howard, A Johnston, ...
Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, The 29 (3), 14, 2012
‘Failure to fail’in nursing–A catch phrase or a real issue? A systematic integrative literature review
LJ Hughes, M Mitchell, ANB Johnston
Nurse Education in Practice 20, 54-63, 2016
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