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Family violence and COVID‐19: Increased vulnerability and reduced options for support
K Usher, N Bhullar, J Durkin, N Gyamfi, D Jackson
International journal of mental health nursing, 2020
7452020
Case study: a bridge across the paradigms
L Luck, D Jackson, K Usher
Nursing inquiry 13 (2), 103-109, 2006
5662006
Life in the pandemic: Social isolation and mental health
U Kim, N Bhullar, J Debra
https://onlinelibrary. wiley. com/doi/pdfdirect/10.1111/jocn. 15290, 2020
4482020
The COVID‐19 pandemic and mental health impacts
K Usher, J Durkin, N Bhullar
International journal of mental health nursing 29 (3), 315, 2020
3972020
An exploration of the preceptor role: preceptors' perceptions of benefits, rewards, supports and commitment to the preceptor role
K Usher, C Nolan, P Reser, J Owens, J Tollefson
Journal of advanced Nursing 29 (2), 506-514, 1999
2691999
Yarning/Aboriginal storytelling: Towards an understanding of an Indigenous perspective and its implications for research practice
LK Geia, B Hayes, K Usher
Contemporary nurse 46 (1), 13-17, 2013
2512013
The potential for COVID‐19 to contribute to compassion fatigue in critical care nurses
J Alharbi, D Jackson, K Usher
Journal of Clinical Nursing, 2020
1982020
Linking symbolic interactionism and grounded theory methods in a research design: From Corbin and Strauss’ assumptions to action
J Chamberlain-Salaun, J Mills, K Usher
Sage Open 3 (3), 2158244013505757, 2013
1832013
Innocent or culpable? Meanings that emergency department nurses ascribe to individual acts of violence
L Luck, D Jackson, K Usher
Journal of clinical nursing 17 (8), 1071-1078, 2008
1422008
STAMP: components of observable behaviour that indicate potential for patient violence in emergency departments
L Luck, D Jackson, K Usher
Journal of advanced nursing 59 (1), 11-19, 2007
1392007
Process consent: a model for enhancing informed consent in mental health nursing
KJ Usher, D Arthur
Journal of advanced nursing 27 (4), 692-697, 1998
1361998
Carspecken's five-stage critical qualitative research method: An application to nursing research
MA Hardcastle, K Usher, C Holmes
Qualitative Health Research 16 (1), 151-161, 2006
1262006
Australian health professions student use of social media
K Usher, C Woods, E Casella, N Glass, R Wilson, L Mayner, D Jackson, ...
Collegian 21 (2), 95-101, 2014
1232014
Chronic pain and the family: the experience of the partners of people living with chronic pain
C West, K Usher, K Foster, L Stewart
Journal of clinical nursing 21 (23-24), 3352-3360, 2012
1192012
Through a critical lens: Indigenist research and the Dadirri method
R West, L Stewart, K Foster, K Usher
Qualitative Health Research 22 (11), 1582-1590, 2012
1082012
Disaster nursing: A descriptive survey of Australian undergraduate nursing curricula
K Usher, L Mayner
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 14 (2), 75-80, 2011
1072011
‘Putting it together’: Unfolding case studies and high-fidelity simulation in the first-year of an undergraduate nursing curriculum
J Mills, C West, T Langtree, K Usher, R Henry, J Chamberlain-Salaun, ...
Nurse Education in Practice 14 (1), 12-17, 2014
1042014
Shattered dreams: Parental experiences of adolescent substance abuse
K Usher, D Jackson, L O'Brien
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 16 (6), 422-430, 2007
1002007
The factors influencing burnout and job satisfaction among critical care nurses: a study of Saudi critical care nurses
J Alharbi, R Wilson, C Woods, K Usher
Journal of nursing management 24 (6), 708-717, 2016
922016
Undergraduate student nurses’ self-reported preparedness for practice
C Woods, C West, J Mills, T Park, J Southern, K Usher
Collegian 22 (4), 359-368, 2015
922015
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