Professor Brett Williams
Professor Brett Williams
Department of Paramedicine, Monash University
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Exploratory factor analysis: A five-step guide for novices
B Williams, A Onsman, T Brown
Australasian journal of paramedicine 8 (3), 2010
Case based learning—a review of the literature: is there scope for this educational paradigm in prehospital education?
B Williams
Emergency Medicine Journal 22 (8), 577-581, 2005
What are the factors of organisational culture in health care settings that act as barriers to the implementation of evidence-based practice? A scoping review
B Williams, S Perillo, T Brown
Nurse education today 35 (2), e34-e41, 2015
The Australian DREEM: evaluating student perceptions of academic learning environments within eight health science courses
T Brown, B Williams, M Lynch
International Journal of Medical Education 2, 94, 2011
Practice education learning environments: the mismatch between perceived and preferred expectations of undergraduate health science students
T Brown, B Williams, L McKenna, C Palermo, L McCall, L Roller, L Hewitt, ...
Nurse education today 31 (8), e22-e28, 2011
Levels of empathy in undergraduate nursing students
L McKenna, M Boyle, T Brown, B Williams, A Molloy, B Lewis, L Molloy
International Journal of Nursing Practice 18 (3), 246-251, 2012
Learning empathy through simulation: a systematic literature review
M Bearman, C Palermo, LM Allen, B Williams
Simulation in healthcare 10 (5), 308-319, 2015
Empathy levels among health professional students: a cross-sectional study at two universities in Australia
B Williams, T Brown, L McKenna, MJ Boyle, C Palermo, D Nestel, ...
Advances in medical education and practice 5, 107, 2014
Does peer-assisted learning improve academic performance? A scoping review
B Williams, P Reddy
Nurse education today 42, 23-29, 2016
Levels of empathy in undergraduate emergency health, nursing, and midwifery students: a longitudinal study
B Williams, T Brown, M Boyle, L McKenna, C Palermo, J Etherington
Advances in medical education and practice 5, 299, 2014
Learning style preferences of Australian health science students
M Zoghi, T Brown, B Williams, L Roller, S Jaberzadeh, C Palermo, ...
Journal of allied health 39 (2), 95-103, 2010
An investigation of theory-practice gap in undergraduate paramedic education
R Michau, S Roberts, B Williams, M Boyle
BMC Medical Education 9 (1), 1-7, 2009
What are the most common domains of the core competencies of disaster nursing? A scoping review
A Al Thobaity, V Plummer, B Williams
International emergency nursing 31, 64-71, 2017
The exploration of physical fatigue, sleep and depression in paramedics: a pilot study
S Sofianopoulos, B Williams, F Archer, B Thompson
Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 9 (1), 2011
Are learning style preferences of health science students predictive of their attitudes towards e-learning?
T Brown, M Zoghi, B Williams, S Jaberzadeh, L Roller, C Palermo, ...
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 25 (4), 2009
Paramedics and the effects of shift work on sleep: a literature review
S Sofianopoulos, B Williams, F Archer
Emergency Medicine Journal 29 (2), 152-155, 2012
Attitudes of undergraduate health science students towards patients with intellectual disability, substance abuse, and acute mental illness: a cross-sectional study
MJ Boyle, B Williams, T Brown, A Molloy, L McKenna, E Molloy, B Lewis
BMC Medical Education 10 (1), 1-8, 2010
Developing situation awareness amongst nursing and paramedicine students utilizing eye tracking technology and video debriefing techniques: a proof of concept paper
P O'Meara, G Munro, B Williams, S Cooper, F Bogossian, L Ross, ...
International emergency nursing 23 (2), 94-99, 2015
Numeracy skills of nursing students
KJ Eastwood, MJ Boyle, B Williams, R Fairhall
Nurse education today 31 (8), 815-818, 2011
From stretcher-bearer to paramedic: the Australian paramedics’ move towards professionalisation
B Williams, A Onsman, T Brown
Australasian Journal of Paramedicine 7 (4), 2009
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