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  • Duffield, Christine; Roche, Michael; Diers, Donna; Stasa, Helen (Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, 2011)
    This chapter will describe some of the recent changes to health services practice and policy in the Australian context, using as a basis a research study completed in 2007 in New South Wales (NSNSW) (Glueing it together: ...
  • Duffield, Christine; Roche, Michael; Blay, Nicole; Thoms, Debra; Stasa, Helen (Sage Publications Ltd., 2011)
    The high rate of executive turnover in the healthcare industry is a major issue for health service organisations and their staff both in Australia and internationally. In the course of planning a research project examining ...
  • Fry, Margaret; Duffield, Christine; Baldwin, Richard; Roche, Michael; Stasa, Helen; Solman, Annette (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2013)
    Aims and objectives. This article is a report of a study that used template analysis to develop a tool for defining and measuring the role characteristics and responsibilities of an advanced practice nursing role in ...
  • Duffield, Christine; Conlon, Lisa; Kelly, Michelle; Catling, Christine; Stasa, Helen (Elsevier, 2010)
    Demand for health services especially emergency services has increased substantially in recent years. As a consequence, Emergency Departments and hospitals have focused greater attention on the way they provide care using ...
  • Merrick, Eamon; Duffield, Christine; Baldwin, Richard; Fry, Margaret; Stasa, Helen (EContent Management Pty Ltd, 2012)
    Like other countries, Australia is looking to reforms in the primary health care sector to meet the growing demand for care. Expansion of the role of practice nurses (PNs) is one way in which this demand may be met. To ...
  • Moran, Phyllis; Duffield, Christine; Donoghue, Judith; Stasa, Helen; Blay, Nicole (EContent Management Pty Ltd, 2011)
    This discursive paper examines recent research on career progression for nurse executives in Australia. In particular, it focuses on the personal, work-related and professional factors which influence progression. The role ...
  • Dignam, Denise; Duffield, Christine; Stasa, Helen; Gray, Joanne; Jackson, Debra; Daly, John (Blackwell, 2012)
    Aim: In this article, we present an Australian perspective on issues influencing management and leadership education in nursing. Background: Nurse leaders and managers work in a context of high pressure, uncertainty and ...
  • Duffield, Christine; Gardner, Glenn; Chang, Anne; Fry, Margaret; Stasa, Helen (Royal College of Nursing Australia, 2011)
    Background: The past few years has seen a growth in the number of new nursing roles and position titles in many countries, including Australia. The Australian situation is unique due to the lack of professional engagement ...
  • Duffield, Christine; Roche, Michael; Blay, Nicole; Stasa, Helen (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2010)
    This paper examined the impact of leadership characteristics of nursing unit managers, as perceived by staff nurses, on staff satisfaction and retention. Secondary analysis of data collected on 94 randomly selected wards ...
  • Duffield, Christine; Roche, Michael; Blay, Nicole; Stasa, Helen (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2011)
    Aim and objective. This paper examined the impact of leadership characteristics of nursing unit managers, as perceived by staff nurses, on staff satisfaction and retention. Background. A positive work environment will ...
  • Roche, Michael; Duffield, Christine; Aisbett, Christopher; Diers, Donna; Stasa, Helen (Elsevier, 2012)
    A significant body of research has shown a relationship between nurse staffing (in particular, skill-mix: the proportion of Registered Nurses [RNs]) and both morbidity and mortality. This relationship is typically investigated ...
  • Baldwin, Richard; Duffield, Christine; Fry, Margaret; Roche, Michael; Stasa, Helen; Solman, Annette (Pergamon, 2013)
    The study provides evidence of great diversity and prioritisation within CNC roles. The CNC typology identified in this study is similar to the categorisation of the roles of APNs reported by other researchers. With further ...
  • Clarke, Elizabeth; Diers, Donna; Kunisch, Judith; Duffield, Christine; Thoms, Debra; Hawes, Sue; Stasa, Helen; Fry, Margaret (Blackwell, 2012)
    Aims: An interim evaluation was conducted on the professional development components of the New South Wales (NSW) Health 'take the lead' ('ttl') programme, an initiative aimed at enhancing nursing/midwifery unit managers' ...