Karen Yates
Karen Yates
Senior Lecturer James Cook University
Email verificata su jcu.edu.au
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Australian nursing students’ knowledge and attitudes towards pressure injury prevention: A cross-sectional study
K Usher, C Woods, J Brown, T Power, J Lea, M Hutchinson, C Mather, ...
International journal of nursing studies 81, 14-20, 2018
472018
Lifespan Development: a chronological approach [3rd Australasian edition]
M Hoffnung, R Hoffnung, KL Seifert, A Hine, L Ward, C Pausé, K Swabey, ...
Wiley, 2015
352015
Retaining early career registered nurses: a case study
J Mills, J Chamberlain-Salaun, H Harrison, K Yates, A O’Shea
BMC nursing 15 (1), 1-6, 2016
312016
Using a community of inquiry framework to teach a nursing and midwifery research subject: An evaluative study
J Mills, K Yates, H Harrison, C Woods, J Chamberlain-Salaun, S Trueman, ...
Nurse Education Today 43, 34-39, 2016
302016
Bringing together the ‘threads of care’in possible miscarriage for women, their partners and nurses in non-metropolitan EDs
S Edwards, M Birks, Y Chapman, K Yates
Collegian 25 (3), 293-301, 2018
212018
Miscarriage in Australia: The geographical inequity of healthcare services
S Edwards, M Birks, Y Chapman, K Yates
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 19 (2), 106-111, 2016
212016
The experience of rural midwives in dual roles as nurse and midwife:“I’d prefer midwifery but I chose to live here”
K Yates, J Kelly, D Lindsay, K Usher
Women and Birth 26 (1), 60-64, 2013
192013
The dual roles of rural midwives: The potential for role conflict and impact on retention
K Yates, K Usher, J Kelly
Collegian 18 (3), 107-113, 2011
162011
# Learning: The use of back channel technology in multi-campus nursing education
K Yates, M Birks, C Woods, M Hitchins
Nurse education today 35 (9), e65-e69, 2015
132015
In what ways does online teaching create a positive attitude towards research in nursing students studying a first year evidence-based practice undergraduate subject online?
A Ramsay, K Wicking, K Yates
Nurse education in practice 44, 102744, 2020
72020
A cross-sectional study of domestic violence instruction in nursing and midwifery programs: Out of step with community and student expectations
M Hutchinson, F Doran, J Brown, T Douglas, L East, P Irwin, L Mainey, ...
Nurse education today 84, 104209, 2020
62020
Double degree destinations: Nursing or midwifery
K Yates, M Birks, H Coxhead, L Zhao
Collegian 27 (1), 135-140, 2020
52020
Australian nursing and midwifery student beliefs and attitudes about domestic violence: A multi-site, cross-sectional study
F Doran, M Hutchinson, J Brown, L East, P Irwin, L Mainey, C Mather, ...
Nurse education in practice 40, 102613, 2019
32019
At what point can I lift things? Women’s satisfaction with lymphoedema prevention information after breast cancer surgery
SJ Hurren, K Yates
Collegian 26 (3), 335-340, 2019
32019
'My passion is midwifery': midwives working across dual roles in the country
K Yates
James Cook University, 2010
12010
Factors Related to the Accurate Application of NHSN Surveillance Definitions for CAUTI and CLABSI in Texas Hospitals: A Cross-Sectional Survey
J Adams, T Mauldin, K Yates, C Zumwalt, T Ashe, D Cervantes, MH Tao
American Journal of Infection Control, 2021
2021
Factors Related to the Accurate Application of NHSN Surveillance Definitions for CAUTI and CLABSI in Texas Hospitals
T Mauldin, J Adams, C Zumwalt, K Yates, D Cervantes, TM Ashe, M Tao
American Journal of Infection Control 49 (6), S16-S17, 2021
2021
Registered General Nurses Caring for Mental Health Clients in Remote Areas of Australia: An Interpretive Case Study
S Trueman, J Mills, T Park, K Yates
La Trobe, 2021
2021
Integrating nursing informatics into undergraduate nursing education in Africa: A scoping review
A Harerimana, K Wicking, N Biedermann, K Yates
International Nursing Review, 2020
2020
Accessibility-a pivotal factor in maternal and neonatal outcomes
G Clark, C Rouen, K Yates, C West
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal 26 (7), 34-35, 2019
2019
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