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Marion Mitchell
Marion Mitchell
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Surviving sepsis campaign: international guidelines for management of severe sepsis and septic shock: 2012
RP Dellinger, MM Levy, A Rhodes, D Annane, H Gerlach, SM Opal, ...
Critical care medicine 41 (2), 580-637, 2013
139092013
Positive effects of a nursing intervention on family-centered care in adult critical care
M Mitchell, W Chaboyer, E Burmeister, M Foster
American Journal of Critical Care 18 (6), 543-552, 2009
3252009
The objective structured clinical examination (OSCE): optimising its value in the undergraduate nursing curriculum
ML Mitchell, A Henderson, M Groves, M Dalton, D Nulty
Nurse education today 29 (4), 398-404, 2009
2532009
Investigation of blended learning video resources to teach health students clinical skills: An integrative review
E Coyne, H Rands, V Frommolt, V Kain, M Plugge, M Mitchell
Nurse education today 63, 101-107, 2018
2192018
Dressings and securement devices for central venous catheters (CVC)
AJ Ullman, ML Cooke, M Mitchell, F Lin, K New, DA Long, G Mihala, ...
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2015
1822015
Reducing family members’ anxiety and uncertainty in illness around transfer from intensive care: an intervention study
ML Mitchell, M Courtney
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 20 (4), 223-231, 2004
1702004
Family Centred Care—A way to connect patients, families and nurses in critical care: A qualitative study using telephone interviews
ML Mitchell, W Chaboyer
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 26 (3), 154-160, 2010
1582010
Best practice guidelines for use of OSCEs: maximising value for student learning
DD Nulty, ML Mitchell, CA Jeffrey, A Henderson, M Groves
Nurse education today 31 (2), 145-151, 2011
1552011
Patient, family-centred care interventions within the adult ICU setting: An integrative review
ML Mitchell, F Coyer, S Kean, R Stone, J Murfield, T Dwan
Australian Critical Care 29 (4), 179-193, 2016
1432016
Early rehabilitation in the intensive care unit: an integrative literature review
K Sosnowski, F Lin, ML Mitchell, H White
Australian Critical Care 28 (4), 216-225, 2015
1192015
Prevalence of malnutrition and risk of under-nutrition in hospitalized children
B Aurangzeb, KE Whitten, B Harrison, M Mitchell, H Kepreotes, M Sidler, ...
Clinical nutrition 31 (1), 35-40, 2012
1172012
Outcome of non-invasive positive pressure ventilation in paediatric neuromuscular disease
S Katz, H Selvadurai, K Keilty, M Mitchell, I MacLusky
Archives of disease in childhood 89 (2), 121-124, 2004
1152004
Understanding uncertainty and minimizing families’ anxiety at the time of transfer from intensive care
ML Mitchell, M Courtney, F Coyer
Nursing & health sciences 5 (3), 207-217, 2003
1132003
Improving transfer from the intensive care unit: the development, implementation and evaluation of a brochure based on Knowles’ Adult Learning Theory
ML Mitchell, M Courtney
International Journal of Nursing Practice 11 (6), 257-268, 2005
1052005
A family intervention to reduce delirium in hospitalised ICU patients: A feasibility randomised controlled trial
ML Mitchell, S Kean, JE Rattray, AM Hull, C Davis, JE Murfield, LM Aitken
Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 40, 77-84, 2017
1032017
Using simulation to improve the capability of undergraduate nursing students in mental health care
EL Kunst, M Mitchell, ANB Johnston
Nurse Education Today 50, 29-35, 2017
962017
‘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
892016
Enhancing OSCE preparedness with video exemplars in undergraduate nursing students. A mixed method study
D Massey, J Byrne, N Higgins, B Weeks, MA Shuker, E Coyne, M Mitchell, ...
Nurse Education Today 54, 56-61, 2017
882017
Sleep assessment by patients and nurses in the intensive care: An exploratory descriptive study
LM Aitken, R Elliott, M Mitchell, C Davis, B Macfarlane, A Ullman, K Wetzig, ...
Australian Critical Care 30 (2), 59-66, 2017
852017
Simulation videos presented in a blended learning platform to improve Australian nursing students' knowledge of family assessment
E Coyne, V Frommolt, H Rands, V Kain, M Mitchell
Nurse education today 66, 96-102, 2018
842018
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