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Researcher: Kornhaber, RA (Dr Rachel Kornhaber)

Fields of Research

Clinical Nursing: Secondary (Acute Care)
Mental Health
Clinical Nursing: Tertiary (Rehabilitative)
Rehabilitation and Therapy (excl. Physiotherapy)
Mental Health Nursing
Surgery
Medical and Health Sciences
Public Health and Health Services
Psychiatry (incl. Psychotherapy)
Dermatology
Medicine, Nursing and Health Curriculum and Pedagogy
Higher Education
Nanomedicine
Health and Community Services
Health Care Administration
Health Information Systems (incl. Surveillance)
Health Policy
Neurology and Neuromuscular Diseases
Aged Health Care
Aged Care Nursing
Tumour Immunology

Research Objectives

Nursing
Mental Health
Injury Control
Disability and Functional Capacity
Surgical Methods and Procedures
Allied Health Therapies (excl. Mental Health Services)
Mental Health Services
Behaviour and Health
Health Education and Promotion
Evaluation of Health Outcomes
Health Policy Evaluation
Health and Support Services
Resourcing of Education and Training Systems
Health
Moral and Social Development (incl. Affect)
Management of Education and Training Systems
Skeletal System and Disorders (incl. Arthritis)
Skin and Related Disorders
Public Health (excl. Specific Population Health)
Carer Health
Diabetes
Preventive Medicine

Career Best Publications

Adult burn survivors’ personal experiences of rehabilitation: An integrative review; Burns: Including Thermal Injury
Building Resilience in Burns Nurses: A Descriptive Phenomenological Inquiry; Journal of Burn Care & Research
Rigorous, robust and systematic: Qualitative research and its contribution to burn care. An integrative review; Burns

Research Publications

A clinical update on post-traumatic stress disorder in burn injury survivors; Australasian Psychiatry
A Qualitative Study of a Maintenance Support Program for Women at Risk of Homelessness: Part 1: Personal Factors; Issues in mental health nursing
A Qualitative Study of a Maintenance Support Program for Women at Risk of Homelessness: Part 2: Situational Factors; Issues in Mental Health Nursing
A Qualitative Study of a Maintenance Support Program for Women at Risk of Homelessness: Part 3: Societal Factors; Issues in Mental Health Nursing
Adult burn survivors’ personal experiences of rehabilitation: An integrative review; Burns: Including Thermal Injury
Applying for ethical approval for a national multisite study: the challenges and barriers; Monash Bioethics Review
AQUACEL ® Ag BURN glove and silver sulfadiazine for the treatment of partial thickness hand burns: A retrospective review; Indian Journal of Burns
Building Resilience in Burns Nurses: A Descriptive Phenomenological Inquiry; Journal of Burn Care & Research
Burn rehabilitation: The ongoing struggle; Annual Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses Association Conference
Burn rehabilitation: The ongoing struggle; ARNA 23rd Annual Conference
Burn survivors? lived experience of acknowledgement and acceptance during rehabilitation; Kolling Institute 3rd Year Postgraduate Thesis Seminars
Burn survivors’ personal experiences of rehabilitation: an integrative review; 29th Scientific Research Meeting Kollings Institute of Medical Research 2012
Burnout and compassion fatigue: prevalence and associations among Israeli burn clinicians; Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment
Burns in Israel, comparative study: Demographic, etiologic and clinical trends 1997-2003 vs. 2004-2010; Burns
Cold Plasma Welding System for Surgical Skin Closure: In Vivo Porcine Feasibility Assessment; Wounds
Coming to terms with it all: Adult burn survivors’ ‘lived experience’ of acknowledgement and acceptance during rehabilitation; Burns: Including Thermal Injury
Coming to terms with it all: Burn survivors' lived experience of acknowledgement and acceptance during rehabilitation; 2013 Nursing and Midwifery Research and Innovative Practice Conference
Conference Presentations: Tips, Tricks and Traps; Nurse Author and Editor
Cutaneous basal cell carcinoma arising within a keloid scar: a case report; OncoTargets and Therapy
Digital Images for Teaching and Learning Purposes: The Bioethical Implications; 18th Congress of the International Society for Burn Injuries
Enduring feelings of powerlessness as a burns nurse: a descriptive phenomenological inquiry; Contemporary Nurse: A Journal for The Australian Nursing Profession
Enhancing adult therapeutic interpersonal relationships in the acute health care setting: an integrative review; Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare
Ethical implications of digital images for teaching and learning purposes: an integrative review; Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare
Evidence based practice in the management of burn blisters: what is the evidence?; Australian and New Zealand Burns Association Annual Scientific Meeting 2007
Experiences of Health Professionals Caring for People Presenting to the Emergency Department After Taking Crystal Methamphetamine (“ICE”); Issues in Mental Health Nursing
Experiences of health professionals managing people presenting to emergency departments after taking Ice; ACMHN‘s 42nd International Mental Health Nursing Conference
Grandparent Power: Wisdom, Experience and Perspective – An Intergenerational Mental Health Resource; Issues in Mental Health Nursing
Heterotopic Ossification in adults following a burn: A phenomenological analysis; Burns
Inpatient peer support for adult burn survivors—a valuable resource: a phenomenological analysis of the Australian experience; Burns
Invited presenter: Adult Burn Survivors’ Perceptions of Pain; International Society for Burn Injuries (ISBI) 2014 Nursing Symposium
Invited presenter: Knowledge translation and burns; International Society for Burn Injuries (ISBI) 2016 Nursing Symposium
Letter to the Editor The need for effective literature searching for burns research: A timely reminder; Burns: Including Thermal Injury
Lund Browder Chart verses SAGE II in burn surface area estimation; Australian and New Zealand Burns Association Annual Scientific Meeting 2005
Meeting the challenges of research for burns nurses; National Burns Nursing Seminar
Mental health nurse prescribing: A qualitative, systematic review; International journal of mental health nursing
Moderator: Poster Session - Research in Burns 1; 18th Congress of the International Society for Burn Injuries
Moderator: Symposium 3. Research; 18th Congress of the International Society for Burn Injuries
Ongoing ethical issues concerning authorship in biomedical journals: an integrative review; International Journal of Nanomedicine
Psychosocial Needs of Burns Nurses: A Descriptive Phenomenological Inquiry; Journal of Burn Care & Research
Q-Switched Nd:YAG Laser Removal of Facial Amateur Tattoos in Patients With Fitzpatrick Type VI: Case Series; Journal of Drugs in Dermatology: new methods and technology
Qualitative research methodologies: Rigorous, robust and systematic in the exploration of burns trauma; ISBI 2014
Resilience in burns nurses: a descriptive phenomenological inquiry; Australian and New Zealand Burns Association Annual Scientific Meeting 2010
Response to the Letter to the Editor: ‘Pediatric burns of the neck: Is closed platysmotomy in case of contracture an option?’; Burns
Rigorous, robust and systematic: Qualitative research and its contribution to burn care. An integrative review; Burns
Roads to Recovery; Bloomberg Emerging Nurse Scholars Forum
Roads to recovery: Adult burn survivors' 'lived experience' of rehabilitation
Severe burn injury patients’ ‘lived experience’ of peer support in rehabilitation; Australian and New Zealand Burn Association Annual Scientific Meeting 2012
The benefits and challenges of academic writing retreats: an integrative review; Higher Education Research and Development
The concept of care navigation for burns rehabilitation: a collaborative model of care; Sustainable Healthcare Transformation International Conference on Health System Innovation
The development and impact of heterotopic ossification in burns: a review of four decades of research; Scars, Burns & Healing
The effectiveness of collaborative models of care that facilitate rehabilitation from a traumatic injury: a systematic review; JBI database of systematic reviews and implementation reports
The effectiveness of collaborative models of care that facilitate rehabilitation from a traumatic injury: a systematic review protocol; JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports
The evidence for 'flipping out': A systematic review of the flipped classroom in nursing education; Nurse Education Today
The Feasibility of a Handheld Electrospinning Device for the Application of Nanofibrous Wound Dressings; Advances in Wound Care
The Lived Experience of Nursing Severe Burns Injury Patients: A Phenomenological Inquiry
The need for effective literature searching for burns research: A timely reminder; ISBI Miami
The patient–body relationship and the “lived experience” of a facial burn injury: a phenomenological inquiry of early psychosocial adjustment; Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare
The power of narrative: Qualitative Research and its impact on burns care and rehabilitation; The Annual Meeting of the Israeli Burn Association
The role of resilience in the recovery of the burn‑injured patient: an integrative review; Chronic Wound Care Management and Research
The ‘lived experience’ of nursing severe burns injury patients: A phenomenological inquiry; National Burns Nursing Seminar
To flip or not to flip: an evaluation of the flipped classroom approach for psychiatry trainees
Treatment of cervical contractures utilising a closed platysmotomy like approach: Case report and review of the literature; Burns: Including Thermal Injury
Treatment of hypergranulation tissue in burn wounds with topical steroid dressings: a case series; International Medical Case Reports Journal
Using digital photography for teaching and learning health professionals: The ethical implications; 2014 Teaching Matters “Places and Spaces”
Using ResearchGate Responsibly: Another Resource for Building Your Profile as a Nurse Author; Nurse Author and Editor (Online): a newsletter for nurse authors, editors, and editorial board members

Research Projects

An analysis of the experiences and motivations of clients accessing Sydney's Medically Supervised Injecting Centre and the factors facilitating or inhibiting service uptake and retention; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Ian Potter Foundation Travel Grant; Ian Potter Foundation (IPF)
Wound Registry; Wound Management Innovation Cooperative Research Centre (CRCWMI)

Research Candidate Supervision