Emma Warnecke
Emma Warnecke
Associate Professor, School of Medicine, University of
Verified email at utas.edu.au - Homepage
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A randomised controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on medical student stress levels
E Warnecke, S Quinn, K Ogden, N Towle, MR Nelson
Medical education 45 (4), 381-388, 2011
Psychological health of doctoral candidates, study-related challenges and perceived performance
KM Barry, M Woods, E Warnecke, C Stirling, A Martin
Higher Education Research & Development 37 (3), 468-483, 2018
The art of communication
E Warnecke
Australian family physician 43 (3), 156, 2014
Medical students' perceptions of using e-learning to enhance the acquisition of consulting skills
E Warnecke, S Pearson
The Australasian medical journal 4 (6), 300, 2011
Barriers to lifestyle risk factor assessment and management in hypertension: a qualitative study of Australian general practitioners
F Howes, E Warnecke, M Nelson
Journal of human hypertension 27 (8), 474, 2013
Inter-rater reliability: comparison of checklist and global scoring for OSCEs
BS Malau-Aduli, S Mulcahy, E Warnecke, P Otahal, PA Teague, R Turner, ...
Creative Education 3 (special issue), 937, 2012
A randomized controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on doctoral candidate psychological status
K May Barry, M Woods, A Martin, C Stirling, E Warnecke
Journal of American College Health, 1-9, 2018
The efficacy of medical student selection tools in Australia and New Zealand
B Shulruf, W Bagg, M Begun, M Hay, I Lichtwark, A Turnock, E Warnecke, ...
Medical Journal of Australia 208 (5), 214-218, 2018
Effects of Mindfulness on Psychological Distress and HbA1c in People with Diabetes
S Pearson, K Wills, M Woods, E Warnecke
Mindfulness, 1-12, 2018
What Works?: Evidence for Lifestyle and Nonprescription Therapies in Menopause
E Warnecke
Australian family physician 40 (5), 286, 2011
Why aren't more medical students doing it?
S Pearson, K Ogden, E Warnecke, F Howes
Australasian Medical Journal (Online) 10 (12), 1063-1070, 2017
5-year follow-up of a randomised controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on medical practitioners’ stress
E Warnecke, K Ogden, M Bentley, M Nelson
MedEdPublish 6, 2017
Daily mindfulness practice increases psychological capital and reduces depression in doctoral students
K Barry, M Woods, A Martin, C Sterling, E Warnecke
39th Annual Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development …, 2016
An integrated approach to workplace mental health
A Martin, K Sanderson, E Warnecke, S Dawkins, L Bartlett, KE Memish, ...
Developing a medical workforce for an Australian regional, island state
RB Hays, A Turnock, E Warnecke, R Hays
Rural and remote health 17 (4026), 2017
Workplace mental health: Co-production of an action plan for Australia
KA Sanderson, AJ Martin, E Warnecke, S Dawkins, D Peebles, L Bartlett, ...
Work, Stress, and Health Conference: Contemporary Challenges and …, 2017
The predictive validity of the UMAT: A multi-institutional study
M Hay, E Warnecke, W Hu, B Griffin, D Lay, I Lichtwark, S Tran, A Mercer
SSHPC-the Australasian Student Selection for the Health Professions …, 2015
Master of Mental Health (General Practitioner)
E Warnecke
Playing the numbers game–how do we get the numbers right when we are dealing with people, not mathematics?
E Warnecke, RB Hays
ANZAHPE-OTTAWA 2016 Joint Conference, ., 2016
A 5-year follow-up study of a randomised controlled trial of the effects of mindfulness practice on medical professionals stress
E Warnecke, K Ogden, M Bentley, MR Nelson
Wellbeing at Work Conference, ., 2016
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