The Nursing Research Institute (NRI) is a collaboration between Australian Catholic University, St Vincent’s Health Australia Sydney and St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. The NRI is one of Australia’s largest and most productive nursing research collaboratives with a national and international reputation for conducting rigorous multidisciplinary clinical and health services research focused on improving patient outcomes and health systems.

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Submissions from 2019

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Outcomes for patients with in-hospital stroke: A multicenter study from the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (AuSCR), Dominique A. Cadihac, Monique F. Kilkenny, Natasha A. Lannin, Helen M. Dewey, Christopher R. Levi, Kelvin Hill, Brenda Grabsch, Rohan Grimley, David Blacker, Amanda G. Thrift, Sandy Middleton, Craig S. Anderson, and Geoffrey A. Donnan

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Outcomes for patients with in-hospital stroke: A multicenter study from the Australian stroke clinical registry (AuSCR) [accepted manuscript], Dominique Cadihac, Monique Kilkenny, Natasha Lannin, Helen M. Dewey, Chris Levi, Kelvin Hill, Brenda Grabsch, Rohan Grimley, David Blacker, Amanda Thrift, Sandy Middleton, Craig Anderson, and Geoffrey Donnan

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The surgical patients' pressure injury incidence (SPPII) study: A cohort study of surgical patients and processes of care [accepted manuscript], Cintia Mayel Martinez-Garduno, Jane Rodgers, Rosemary Phillips, Anoja Gunaratne, Peta Drury, and Elizabeth Catherine McInnes

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Validating the Alberta Context Tool in a multi-site Australian emergency department nurse population, Verena Schadewaldt, Benjamin McElduff, Catherine D'Este, Elizabeth McInnes, Simeon Dale, Anoja Gunaratne, Janet Squires, Dominique A. Cadilhac, and Sandy Middleton

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Impact of evidence-based stroke care on patient outcomes: A multilevel analysis of an international study, Paula Muñoz Venturelli, Xian Li, Sandy Middleton, Caroline Watkins, Pablo M. Lavados, Olavarría V. Olavarría, Alejandro Brunser, Octavio Pontes‐Neto, Taiza E. G. Santos, Hisatomi Arima, Laurent Billot, Maree L. Hackett, Lily Song, Thompson Robinson, and Craig S. Anderson

Submissions from 2018

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Prescription of antihypertensive medication at discharge influences survival following stroke, Nadine E. Andrew, Joosup Kim, Amanda Thrift, Monique F. Kilkenny, Natasha Lannin, Craig Anderson, Geoffrey A. Donnan, Kelvin Hill, Sandy Middleton, Chris Levi, Steve Faux, Rohan Grimley, Nisal Gange, Richard Geraghty, Sharan Ermel, and Dominique A. Cadilhac

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Is length of time in a stroke unit associated with better outcomes for patients with stroke in Australia? An observational study, Doreen Busingye, Monique F. Kilkenny, Tara Purvis, Joosup Kim, Sandy Middleton, Bruce C. V. Campbell, and Dominique A. Cadihac

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Improving the quality of healthcare: a cross-sectional study of the features of successful clinical networks, Mary Haines, Bernadette Brown, Catherine D'Este, Elizabeth Yano, Jonathon Craig, Sandy Middleton, Peter Castaldi, Carol Pollock, Kate Needham, William Watt, Elizabeth J. Elliott, Anthony Scott, Amanda Dominello, Emily Klineberg, Jo-An Atkinson, Christine Paul, and Sally Redman

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A mixed methods study to explore opinions of research translation held by researchers working in a Centre of Research Excellence in Australia, Elizabeth A. Lynch, Shanthi Ramanathan, Sandy Middleton, Julie Bernhardt, Michael Nilsson, and Dominique A. Cadilhac

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Treatment with exenatide in acute ischaemic stroke trial protocol: A prospective, randomised, open label, blinded end-point study of exenatide vs. standard care in post stroke hyperglycaemia, Claire Muller, N. Wah Cheung, Helen Dewey, Leonid Churilov, Leonid Churilov, Sandy Middleton, Vincent Thijs, Elif L. Ekinci, Chris Levi, Richard Lindley, Geoffrey A. Donnan, Mark William Parsons, and Chris Bladin

Submissions from 2012

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Cardiac misconceptions in healthcare workers, Neil Angus, Fiona Patience, Elizabeth Maclean, Helen Corrigall, Ian Bradbury, David Thompson, Iain Atherton, and Stephen Leslie

Submissions from 2011

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Registered Nurses' smoking behaviours and their attitudes to personal cessation, A. Berkelmans, D. Burton, Karen Page, and Linda Worrall-Carter

Global cardiovascular disease prevention: A call to action for nursing multilevel policies, L. Burke, David R. Thompson, S. Roos, A. V. Rijssen, L. H. Verdouw, and E. Troe

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Use of end-tidal carbon dioxide detection to determine correct placement of nasogastric tube: A meta-analysis, J. Chau, S. Lo, David R. Thompson, R. Fernandez, and R. Griffiths

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An evaluation of hospital hand hygiene practice and glove use in Hong Kong, J. Chau, David R. Thompson, S. Twinn, D. Lee, and S. W. Pang

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Use of Rasch analysis in the evaluation of the oropharyngeal mucositis quality of life scale, K. Cheng, J. Lee, S. Leung, R. Liang, J. Tai, R. Yeung, and David R. Thompson

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Incidence and risk factors of oral mucositis in paediatric and adolescent patients undergoing chemotherapy, K. Cheng, V. Lee, C. Li, W. Goggins, David R. Thompson, and H. Yuen

Health-seeking beliefs of cardiovascular patients: A qualitative study, P. Davidson, J. Daly, D. Leung, E. Ang, G. Paull, M. DiGiacomo, K. Hancock, Y. Cao, H. Du, and David R. Thompson

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Exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation for coronary heart disease (Review), B. S. Heran, J. M. Chen, S. Ebrahim, T. Moxham, N. Oldridge, K. Rees, David R. Thompson, and R. S. Taylor

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Citiation analysis: Focus on leading Australian nurse authors, G. E. Hunt, M. Cleary, D. Jackson, R. Watson, and David R. Thompson

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Support surfaces for pressure ulcer prevention (Review), Elizabeth McInnes, Asmara Jammali-Blasi, Sally Bell-Syer, Jo Dumville, and Nicky Cullum

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Motivational interviewing: A useful approach to improving cardiovascular health?, David Thompson, S. Chair, S. Chan, F. Astin, P. Davidson, and Chantal F. Ski

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Doctorates and nurses, R. Watson, David R. Thompson, and E. Amella

Psychological interventions for coronary heart disease (Review), B. Whalley, K. Rees, P. Davies, P. Bennett, S. Ebrahim, Z. Liu, R. West, T. Moxham, David R. Thompson, and R. S. Taylor

Psychometric properties of the chinese version of the european heart failure self-care behaviour scale, D. Yu, D. Lee, David R. Thompson, T. Jaarsma, J. Woo, and E. Leung

Submissions from 2010

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Early mobilisation after stroke : An example of an individual patient data meta-analysis of a complex intervention, Louise Craig