Roianne West
Roianne West
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Through a critical lens: Indigenist research and the Dadirri method
R West, L Stewart, K Foster, K Usher
Qualitative Health Research 22 (11), 1582-1590, 2012
942012
Increased numbers of Australian Indigenous nurses would make a significant contribution to ‘closing the gap’in Indigenous health: what is getting in the way?
R West, K Usher, K Foster
Contemporary Nurse 36 (1-2), 121-130, 2010
712010
Integrated systematic review on educational strategies that promote academic success and resilience in undergraduate indigenous students
T Milne, DK Creedy, R West
Nurse education today 36, 387-394, 2016
562016
Birthing on Country (in Our Community): a case study of engaging stakeholders and developing a best-practice Indigenous maternity service in an urban setting
S Kildea, S Hickey, C Nelson, J Currie, A Carson, M Reynolds, K Wilson, ...
Australian Health Review 42 (2), 230-238, 2017
412017
Applying Indigenist research methodologies in health research: Experiences in the borderlands
V Saunders, R West, K Usher
the australian journal of indigenous education 39 (S1), 1-7, 2010
382010
Mortality in treated heterozygous familial hypercholesterolaemia: implications for clinical management. Scientific Steering Committee on behalf of the Simon Broome Register Group.
HAW Neil, DJ Betteridge, K Broome, PN Durrington, MM Hawkins, ...
Atherosclerosis 142 (1), 1999
381999
Forecasting the future of cardiovascular disease in the United States: a policy statement from the American Heart Association
EJ Benjamin, SS Virani, CW Callaway, AM Chamberlain, AR Chang, ...
Circulation 137 (12), e67-e492, 2018
322018
Indigenous Australians’ participation in pre-registration tertiary nursing courses: A mixed methods study
R West, K Usher, PG Buettner, K Foster, L Stewart
Contemporary nurse 46 (1), 123-134, 2013
322013
Academic Staff Perceptions of Factors Underlying Program Completion by Australian Indigenous Nursing Students.
R West, K Usher, K Foster, L Stewart
Qualitative Report 19, 24, 2014
312014
Tjirtamai – ‘To care for’: A nursing education model designed to increase the number of Aboriginal nurses in a rural and remote Queensland community
R West, L West, K West, K Usher
Contemporary Nurse 37 (1), 39-48, 2011
312011
‘She knows how we feel’: Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander childbearing women's experience of Continuity of Care with an Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait …
J Kelly, R West, J Gamble, M Sidebotham, V Carson, E Duffy
Women and Birth 27 (3), 157-162, 2014
242014
Culturally capable and culturally safe: Caseload care for Indigenous women by Indigenous midwifery students
R West, J Gamble, J Kelly, T Milne, E Duffy, M Sidebotham
Women and Birth 29 (6), 524-530, 2016
212016
Development of the Awareness of Cultural Safety Scale: A pilot study with midwifery and nursing academics
T Milne, DK Creedy, R West
Nurse education today 44, 20-25, 2016
212016
The Indigenous Birthing in an Urban Setting study: the IBUS study
S Hickey, Y Roe, Y Gao, C Nelson, A Carson, J Currie, M Reynolds, ...
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 18 (1), 1-12, 2018
162018
Experiences and outcomes of health professional students undertaking education on Indigenous health: A systematic integrative literature review
K Mills, DK Creedy, R West
Nurse education today 69, 149-158, 2018
142018
Development of a First Peoples-led cultural capability measurement tool: A pilot study with midwifery students
R West, S Wrigley, K Mills, K Taylor, D Rowland, DK Creedy
Women and Birth 30 (3), 236-244, 2017
122017
Impact of a continuing professional development intervention on midwifery academics’ awareness of cultural safety
T Fleming, DK Creedy, R West
Women and Birth 30 (3), 245-252, 2017
112017
Creating walking tracks to success: A narrative analysis of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nursing students’ stories of success
R West, K Foster, L Stewart, K Usher
Collegian 23 (4), 349-354, 2016
112016
Indigenous Australian participation in pre-registration tertiary nursing courses: an Indigenous mixed methods study
R West
James Cook University, 2012
112012
A unified call to action from Australian nursing and midwifery leaders: ensuring that Black lives matter
L Geia, K Baird, K Bail, L Barclay, J Bennett, O Best, M Birks, L Blackley, ...
Contemporary nurse 56 (4), 297-308, 2020
102020
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