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Researcher: Hemmings, LC (Dr Lynn Hemmings)

Research Fields

Nursing
Family Care
Medicine, Nursing and Health Curriculum and Pedagogy
Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
Health Promotion
Technical, Further and Workplace Education
Health Care Administration
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Aged Care Nursing
Emergency Medicine
Clinical Nursing: Secondary (Acute Care)
British History
Education
Medical and Health Sciences
Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Public Health and Health Services
Organisational Behaviour

Research Impact

Workforce Transition and Employment
Women's Health
Teacher and Instructor Development
Understanding Australia's Past
Expanding Knowledge in the Medical and Health Sciences
Preventive Medicine
Health and Support Services
Carer Health
Professions and Professionalisation
Rural Health
Education and Training Systems
School/Institution
Management
Health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A rural health initiative in continuing professional education: determining what is best practice; Best Practice in Continuing Professional Education
An evaluation of the nurse practitioner role in a major rural Emergency Department; Journal of Advanced Nursing
Clinical leadership style and hand hygiene compliance; Leadership in Health Services
Clinical performance of University nursing graduates; Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing
Clinical Skills Survey of Junior Doctors: Implications for Prevocational Medical education; Proceedings of the 8th National Forum on Prevocational Medical Education
Does the practicum make a difference? A study of the clinical performance of new nurse graduates; Teaching for Effective Learning, HERDSA
First pharmacy cohort at Charles Sturt University; Australian Pharmacist
From student to nurse: A grounded theory study; Research in Nursing: Turning Points
Grounded theory: Its application in a nursing context; Dreams, Deliberations and Discoveries: Nursing Research in Action
Hand hygiene compliance: the elephant in the room; Healthcare Infection
Lost in translation: Maximizing handover effectiveness between paramedics and receiving staff in the emergency department; Emergency Medicine Australasia
More than a job: careers in rural health
Needle stick injuries survey: Implications for continuity of medical education; Proceedings of the 8th National Forum on Prevocational Medical Education
Oral accounts of RAANC nurses who served in Vietnam; First International Conference Nursing Research : Pro-active vs Reactive
Preparedness for hospital practice - maintaining strengths in an MBBS curriculum in the midst of change; Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal
Pride, tradition and care: Contesting nursing ideology; Nursing in the Nineties
Professional development to rural nurses in Australia: A collaborative initiative; Partnerships and practice: Fact or fiction?
RAANC nurses who served in Vietnam: A work-in-progress; Australian War Memorial 1991 History Conference
Review of research training offered in Australian and New Zealand medical schools; 17th Ottawa Conference
Seeking respite: issues around the use of day respite care for the carers of people with dementia; Ageing and Society
Supporting Pregnant Adolescents in Rural Communities: A best practice model
Taking care of me: A support program for rural nurses; National Rural Health Alliance
Teachers and children with health problems: Whose responsibility?; Primary Education Magazine
Teachers and the management of children with health problems; Paediatric Nursing Down Under
The application of grounded theory in a nursing context; International Conference Health for All by the Year 2000: Nurses and Others
The maternity leave and childcare project; Proceedings of the 1988 Australian Early Childhood Association Conference
The support needs of pregnant and parenting adolescents in rural communities; Australian Journal of Rural Health
Vietnam memories: Australian Army nurses in Vietnam; Nursing Inquiry

Research Projects

Influences on the Professional Identity and Practices of Junior Doctors; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

Exploring the Leadership Journeys of allied health Professionals in Australia