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Professor Georgina Willetts

Professor, Nursing and Practice Development





Gippsland Campus, Online

Using the Nominal Group Technique to determine a nursing framework for a forensic mental health service: A discussion paper

Nursing degree students’ clinical placement experiences in Australia: A survey design

Aim: This study aimed to evaluate Australian nursing students’ views of placements at seven...

Anxiety, flipped approach and self-efficacy: Exploring nursing student outcomes

Background: Self-efficacy is crucial for student success. Studies have demonstrated a positive...

Measuring the quality of nursing clinical placements and the development of the Placement Evaluation Tool (PET) in a mixed methods co-design project

Background: The quality of nursing clinical placements has been found to vary. Placement...

The Nominal Group Technique: Generating Consensus in Nursing Research

The purpose of this article is to describe the Nominal Group Technique and its application as a...

The dynamic role of the graduate nurse in aged care: An Australian experience of delivering an aged care graduate nurse program

In 2012 an innovative graduate nurse program was implemented within the Australian aged care...

Development of self-efficacy of newly graduated registered nurses in an aged care program

Aim: To evaluate an aged care program in developing self-efficacy of newly graduated registered...

Partnership for educating new graduates working in aged care

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