|The type III effectors NleE and NleB from enteropathogenic E. coli and OspZ from Shigella block nuclear translocation of NF-κB p65|
HJ Newton, JS Pearson, L Badea, M Kelly, M Lucas, G Holloway, ...
PLoS Pathog 6 (5), e1000898, 2010
|A type III effector antagonizes death receptor signalling during bacterial gut infection|
JS Pearson, C Giogha, SY Ong, CL Kennedy, M Kelly, KS Robinson, ...
Nature 501 (7466), 247-251, 2013
|Discovery of an archetypal protein transport system in bacterial outer membranes|
J Selkrig, K Mosbahi, CT Webb, MJ Belousoff, AJ Perry, TJ Wells, F Morris, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 19 (5), 506-510, 2012
|Essential role of the type III secretion system effector NleB in colonization of mice by Citrobacter rodentium|
M Kelly, E Hart, R Mundy, O Marches, S Wiles, L Badea, S Luck, ...
Infection and immunity 74 (4), 2328-2337, 2006
|Use of simulated patients to develop communication skills in nursing education: An integrative review|
S MacLean, M Kelly, F Geddes, P Della
Nurse education today 48, 90-98, 2017
|What matters most? Students’ rankings of simulation components that contribute to clinical judgment|
MA Kelly, P Hager, R Gallagher
Journal of Nursing Education 53 (2), 97-101, 2014
|Simulation in higher education: A sociomaterial view|
N Hopwood, D Rooney, D Boud, M Kelly
Educational Philosophy and Theory 48 (2), 165-178, 2016
|Simulation in nursing education—International perspectives and contemporary scope of practice|
MA Kelly, E Berragan, SE HusebÝ, F Orr
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 48 (3), 312-321, 2016
|RegA, an AraC-like protein, is a global transcriptional regulator that controls virulence gene expression in Citrobacter rodentium|
E Hart, J Yang, M Tauschek, M Kelly, MJ Wakefield, G Frankel, ...
Infection and immunity 76 (11), 5247-5256, 2008
|Creating simulation communities of practice: An international perspective|
M Hovancsek, PR Jeffries, E Escudero, BJ Foulds, SE HusebÝ, Y Iwamoto, ...
Nursing Education Perspectives 30 (2), 121-125, 2009
|Empowering the registered nurses of tomorrow: Students' perspectives of a simulation experience for recognising and managing a deteriorating patient|
MA Kelly, J Forber, L Conlon, M Roche, H Stasa
Nurse Education Today 34 (5), 724-729, 2014
|Nurse–physician communication–An integrated review|
TC Tan, H Zhou, M Kelly
Journal of Clinical Nursing 26 (23-24), 3974-3989, 2017
|The role of simulation in pedagogies of higher education for the health professions: Through a practice-based lens|
D Rooney, N Hopwood, D Boud, M Kelly
Vocations and Learning 8 (3), 269-285, 2015
|Enhancing students' learning through simulation: Dealing with diverse, large cohorts|
MA Kelly, N Hopwood, D Rooney, D Boud
Clinical Simulation in Nursing 12 (5), 171-176, 2016
|Providing simulation experiences for large cohorts of 1st year nursing students: Evaluating quality and impact|
S Rochester, M Kelly, R Disler, H White, J Forber, S Matiuk
Collegian 19 (3), 117-124, 2012
|Cutting edge: pulmonary Legionella pneumophila is controlled by plasmacytoid dendritic cells but not type I IFN|
DKY Ang, CVL Oates, R Schuelein, M Kelly, FM Sansom, D Bourges, ...
The Journal of Immunology 184 (10), 5429-5433, 2010
|Patients’ recovery after critical illness at early follow‐up|
MA Kelly, S McKinley
Journal of clinical nursing 19 (5‐6), 691-700, 2010
|A C‐terminal class I PDZ binding motif of EspI/NleA modulates the virulence of attaching and effacing Escherichia coli and Citrobacter rodentium|
SF Lee, M Kelly, A McAlister, SN Luck, EL Garcia, RA Hall, ...
Cellular microbiology 10 (2), 499-513, 2008
|Best practice in clinical simulation education− are we there yet? A cross-sectional survey of simulation in Australian and New Zealand pre-registration nursing education|
F Bogossian, S Cooper, M Kelly, T Levett-Jones, L McKenna, J Slark, ...
Collegian 25 (3), 327-334, 2018
|Comparison of instructor‐led versus peer‐led debriefing in nursing students|
YS Roh, M Kelly, EH Ha
Nursing & health sciences 18 (2), 238-245, 2016