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Mr Andrew Smith

Lecturer, Nursing

School of Health

Section/Portfolio:

Nursing

Location:

Mt Helen Campus, Online

Communities of practice: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of what it means and how it really works among nursing students and novices

Aims and objectives To evaluate the enablers, barriers and impact that communities of practice...

Occupational self-efficacy and psychological capital amongst nursing students: A cross sectional study understanding the malleable attributes for success

With a predicted shortfall in the worldwide nursing workforce, efforts to understand attributes...

Traversing the funambulist’s fine line between nursing and male identity: A systematic review of the factors that influence men as they seek to navigate the nursing profession

Nursing has seen a dominance of women within the profession, and today, the presence of men in...

What Australian Nursing Students Value as Important in Undertaking Rural Practice

Background: Rural health services in Australia are continually challenged by both the recruitment...

Is nursing student personality important for considering a rural career?

Purpose: Identifying and measuring personality traits assists to understanding professional...

The teacher as the 'digital perpetrator'': Implementing web 2.0 technology activity as assessment practice for higher education Innovation or Imposition?

The purpose of this paper is to present an evaluation of the use of 'YouTube' video broadcasting...

'Train the Trainer' Model:Implications for Health Professionals and Farm Family Health in Australia

Australia is a large country with 60% of land used for agricultural production. Its interior is...