Associate Professor Karena J. Burke
Associate Professor Karena J. Burke
Verified email at cqu.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Nurses and stress: recognizing causes and seeking solutions
B Happell, T Dwyer, K Reid‐Searl, KJ Burke, CM Caperchione, CJ Gaskin
Journal of nursing management 21 (4), 638-647, 2013
2012013
The influence of ethical values and food choice motivations on intentions to purchase sustainably sourced foods
K Dowd, KJ Burke
Appetite 69, 137-144, 2013
1412013
Stress shield: A model of police resiliency
JM Violanti, D Paton, P Johnston, KJ Burke, J Clarke, D Keenan
Emergency Mental Health 10 (2), 95-108, 2008
892008
Traumatic stress in police officers: A career-length assessment from recruitment to retirement
D Paton, J Violanti, K Burke, A Gherke
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2009
57*2009
Child maltreatment: Prevalence, risk, solutions, obstacles
KR Ronan, DF Canoy, KJ Burke
Australian Psychologist 44 (3), 195-213, 2009
532009
How nurses cope with occupational stress outside their workplaces
B Happell, K Reid-Searl, T Dwyer, CM Caperchione, CJ Gaskin, KJ Burke
Collegian 20 (3), 195-199, 2013
502013
Well-being in protective services personnel: Organisational influences.
KJ Burke
Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 2006
462006
Increased prevalence of chronic physical health disorders in Australians with diagnosed mental illness
D Scott, K Burke, S Williams, B Happell, D Canoy, K Ronan
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 36 (5), 483-486, 2012
362012
Markers of resilience in new police officers: Appraisal of potentially traumatizing events
KJ Burke, J Shakespeare-Finch
Traumatology 17 (4), 52-60, 2011
342011
Characterizing the resilient officer: Individual attributes at point of entry to policing
KJ Burke, J Shakespeare-Finch, D Paton, M Ryan
Traumatology 12 (3), 178-188, 2006
332006
Predicting police officer job satisfaction: Traditional versus contemporary models of trauma in occupational experience
KJ Burke, D Paton
Traumatology 12 (3), 189-197, 2006
332006
Personal and organizational predictors of posttraumatic adaptation and growth in police officers.
D Paton, KJ Burke
Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 2007
212007
The prevalence and practice impact of weight bias amongst Australian dietitians
TM Diversi, R Hughes, KJ Burke
Obesity science & practice 2 (4), 456-465, 2016
152016
Going to the dogs: A quasi-experimental assessment of animal assisted therapy for children who have experienced abuse
T Signal, N Taylor, K Prentice, M McDade, KJ Burke
Applied developmental science 21 (2), 81-93, 2017
132017
Nursing students and the supervision of medication administration
K Reid-Searl, B Happell, KJ Burke, CJ Gaskin
Collegian 20 (2), 109-114, 2013
122013
Population levels of wellbeing and the association with social capital
AW Taylor, G Kelly, E Dal Grande, D Kelly, T Marin, N Hey, KJ Burke, ...
BMC psychology 5 (1), 23, 2017
62017
Mental health service delivery: a profile of mental health non-government organisations in south-east Queensland, Australia
L Byrne, M Wilson, KJ Burke, CJ Gaskin, B Happell
Australian Health Review 38 (2), 202-207, 2014
62014
Intimate partner abuse of women in Queensland
H Nancarrow, K Burke, S Lockie, R Viljoen, J Choudhury
Queensland Centre for Domestic Violence and Family Violence Research, 2011
62011
Adjusting to life'on the beat': a longitudinal examination of adaptation to the police profession
KJ Burke
University of Tasmania, 2009
6*2009
Adjusting to life ‘on the beat': investigating adaptation to the police profession
K Burke, D Paton, J Shakespeare-Finch, M Ryan
Sandy Bay, Tasmania: Conference Design Pty Ltd,, 2006
52006
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