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Margaret McAllister
Margaret McAllister
Professor of Nursing, CQUniversity
Verified email at cqu.edu.au
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The importance of teaching and learning resilience in the health disciplines: a critical review of the literature
M McAllister, J McKinnon
Nurse education today 29 (4), 371-379, 2009
7652009
Nurses' attitudes towards clients who self‐harm
M McAllister, D Creedy, W Moyle, C Farrugia
Journal of advanced nursing 40 (5), 578-586, 2002
3772002
Effectiveness of a counseling intervention after a traumatic childbirth: a randomized controlled trial
J Gamble, D Creedy, W Moyle, J Webster, M McAllister, P Dickson
Birth 32 (1), 11-19, 2005
3152005
Multiple meanings of self harm: A critical review
M McAllister
International journal of mental health nursing 12 (3), 177-185, 2003
2722003
Doing practice differently: Solution‐focused nursing
M McAllister
Journal of Advanced Nursing 41 (6), 528-535, 2003
2192003
Extending the boundaries: Autoethnography as an emergent method in mental health nursing research
K Foster, M McAllister, L O'Brien
International journal of mental health nursing 15 (1), 44-53, 2006
2022006
Seeking connection: family care experiences following long‐term dementia care placement
M Bramble, W Moyle, M McAllister
Journal of clinical nursing 18 (22), 3118-3125, 2009
1772009
Consumer involvement in the tertiary‐level education of mental health professionals: A systematic review
B Happell, L Byrne, M McAllister, D Lampshire, C Roper, CJ Gaskin, ...
International journal of mental health nursing 23 (1), 3-16, 2014
1672014
Factors influencing quality of life for people with dementia: a qualitative perspective
W Moyle, L Venturto, S Griffiths, P Grimbeek, M McAllister, D Oxlade, ...
Aging & mental health 15 (8), 970-977, 2011
1422011
The vital blend of clinical competence and compassion: How patients experience person-centred care
S Sharp, M McAllister, M Broadbent
Contemporary nurse 52 (2-3), 300-312, 2016
1222016
The silence of mental health issues within university environments: A quantitative study
D Wynaden, M McAllister, J Tohotoa, O Al Omari, K Heslop, R Duggan, ...
Archives of psychiatric nursing 28 (5), 339-344, 2014
1082014
Life stories and biography: a means of connecting family and staff to people with dementia
U Kellett, W Moyle, M McAllister, C King, F Gallagher
Journal of Clinical Nursing 19 (11‐12), 1707-1715, 2010
1072010
The resilient nurse: Empowering your practice
M McAllister, J Lowe
Springer Publishing Company, 2011
1042011
Continuing professional development in nursing in Australia: Current awareness, practice and future directions
M Katsikitis, M McAllister, R Sharman, L Raith, A Faithfull-Byrne, R Priaulx
Contemporary Nurse 45 (1), 33-45, 2013
1002013
Quality of life and dementia: the voice of the person with dementia
W Moyle, M Mcallister, L Venturato, T Adams
Dementia 6 (2), 175-191, 2007
912007
Coming to autoethnography: A mental health nurse's experience
K Foster, M McAllister, L O'Brien
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 4 (4), 1-15, 2005
862005
The tension between person centred and task focused care in an acute surgical setting: A critical ethnography
S Sharp, M Mcallister, M Broadbent
Collegian 25 (1), 11-17, 2018
842018
Solution focused nursing: A fitting model for mental health nurses working in a public health paradigm
M McAllister
Contemporary Nurse 34 (2), 149-157, 2010
832010
‘I can actually talk to them now’: Qualitative results of an educational intervention for emergency nurses caring for clients who self‐injure
M McAllister, W Moyle, S Billett, M Zimmer‐Gembeck
Journal of clinical nursing 18 (20), 2838-2845, 2009
832009
Blackbirds singing in the dead of night?: Advancing the craft of teaching qualitative research
M McAllister, J Rowe
Journal of Nursing Education 42 (7), 296-303, 2003
83*2003
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