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2011Assessing physical function and activity for survivors of a critical illness: A review of instrumentsAlison, Jennifer; Berney, Sue; Denehy, Linda; Elliott, Douglas; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesAssessing physical function and activity for survivors of a critical illness: A review of instruments, Australian Critical Care, vol.24, N/A, 2011,pp 155-166
2006Attitudes of intensive care nurses towards brain death and organ transplantation: instrument developing and testingElliott, Douglas; Fisher, Murray; Kim, Jung - Ran; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyAttitudes of intensive care nurses towards brain death and organ transplantation: instrument developing and testing, Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol.53,(5),2006,pp 571-582
2003A cardiac rehabilitation program to enhance the outcomes of older women with heart disease: Development of the Group Rehabilitation for Older Women (GROW) programElliott, Douglas; Cockburn, Jill; Daly, John P.; Davidson, P; et, al; Goldston, K; Hancock, Karen; Moser, D.K.; Speerin, R; Wade, V; Webster, J; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyA cardiac rehabilitation program to enhance the outcomes of older women with heart disease: Development of the Group Rehabilitation for Older Women (GROW) program, Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses Association. Official Journal, vol.6,(4),2003,pp 8-15
2006Clinical leadership in contemporary clinical practice: Implications for nursing in AustraliaElliott, Douglas; Daly, John P.; Davidson, Patricia; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyClinical leadership in contemporary clinical practice: Implications for nursing in Australia, Journal of Nursing Management, vol.14,(3),2006,pp 180-187
2008Discrimination of educational outcomes between differing levels of critical care programmes by selected stakeholders in Australia: a mixed-method approach.Marshall, Andrea; Aitken, Leanne; Currey, Judy; Elliott, Douglas; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyDiscrimination of educational outcomes between differing levels of critical care programmes by selected stakeholders in Australia: a mixed-method approach., Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, vol.24, 2, 2008,pp 68-77
2006The diversity of critical care nursing education in Australian universitiesMarshall, Andrea; Aitken, Leanne; Currey, Judy; Elliott, Douglas; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyThe diversity of critical care nursing education in Australian universities, Australian Critical Care, vol.19,(2),2006,pp 46-52
2004The Effect Of Chronic Pain On Health Related Quality Of Life Amongst Intensive Care Survivors.Adamson, Harriet; Elliott, Douglas; Murgo, Margherita; Boyle, Mrtin; Crawford, Matthew; Gill, Jaswin; Clinical Nursing; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyThe Effect Of Chronic Pain On Health Related Quality Of Life Amongst Intensive Care Survivors., Australian Critical Care, vol.17,(3),2004,pp 104-113
2014Evaluation of the implementation of a bowel management protocol in intensive care: effect on clinician practices and patient outcomesHardy, Jennifer; Elliott, Douglas; Knowles, Serena; McInnes, Elizabeth; Middleton, Sandy; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyEvaluation of the implementation of a bowel management protocol in intensive care: effect on clinician practices and patient outcomes, Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol.23, 5-6, 2014,pp 716-730
2004Examining Discharge Outcomes And Health Status Of Critically Ill Patients: Some Practical ConsiderationsElliott, Douglas; Kim, Carolyn; Mudaliar, Yugan; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyExamining Discharge Outcomes And Health Status Of Critically Ill Patients: Some Practical Considerations, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, vol.20,(6),2004,pp 366-377
2005Hamilton GA and Carroll DL (2004) The effects of age on quality of life in implantable cardioverter defibrillator recipients. Journal of Clinical Nursing 13, 194-200Elliott, Douglas; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyHamilton GA and Carroll DL (2004) The effects of age on quality of life in implantable cardioverter defibrillator recipients. Journal of Clinical Nursing 13, 194-200, Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol.14,(2),2005,pp 271-272
2006Health outcomes of patients undergoing cardiac surgery: Repeated measures using Short Form-36 and 15 Dimensions of Quality of Life questionnaire.Leeder, Stephen; Elliott, Douglas; Lazarus, Ross; School of Public Health: Public HealthHealth outcomes of patients undergoing cardiac surgery: Repeated measures using Short Form-36 and 15 Dimensions of Quality of Life questionnaire., Heart & Lung, vol.35,(4),2006,pp 245-251
2006The impact of an ICU liaison nurse on discharge delay in patients after prolonged ICU stayElliott, Douglas; Chaboyer, Wendy; Endacott, R; Foster, M; Richards, B.; Thalib, L; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyThe impact of an ICU liaison nurse on discharge delay in patients after prolonged ICU stay, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, vol.34,(1),2006,pp 55-60
2007Key stakeholders' expectations of educational outcomes from Australian critical care nursing courses: A Delphi studyMarshall, Andrea; Aitken, Leanne; Currey, Judy; Elliott, Douglas; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyKey stakeholders' expectations of educational outcomes from Australian critical care nursing courses: A Delphi study, Australian Critical Care, vol.20,(3),2007,pp 89-99
2006Knowledge levels of Korean intensive care nurses towards brain death and organ transplantationElliott, Douglas; Fisher, Murray; Kim, Jung - Ran; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyKnowledge levels of Korean intensive care nurses towards brain death and organ transplantation, Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol.15,(5),2006,pp 574-580
2004Korean Health Professionals' Attitudes And Knowledge Toward Organ Donation And TransplantationElliott, Douglas; Kim, Jung - Ran; Hyde, Cheryl; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyKorean Health Professionals' Attitudes And Knowledge Toward Organ Donation And Transplantation, International Journal of Nursing Studies, vol.41,(3),2004,pp 299-307
2002Korean nurses' perspectives of organ donation and transplantation: a reviewElliott, Douglas; Hyde, Cheryl; Kim, Jung - Ran; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyKorean nurses' perspectives of organ donation and transplantation: a review, Transplant Nurses Journal, vol.11,(3),2002,pp 20-24
2004Leading Contemporary Approaches To Nursing PracticeElliott, Douglas; Daffurn, Kathy; Davidson, Patricia M.; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyLeading Contemporary Approaches To Nursing Practice in Nursing Leadership, Churchill Livingstone (Elsevier), 2004, pp. 285-298
2005Life beyond severe traumatic injury: an integrative review of the literature.Elliott, Douglas; Daly, John P.; Davidson, Patricia; Griffiths, Rhonda; Halcomb, Elizabeth J.; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyLife beyond severe traumatic injury: an integrative review of the literature., Australian Critical Care, vol.18,(1),2005,pp 17-24
2008Major key topics concerning physical rehabilitation programmes and psychological recovery for survivors of a critical illness after discharge from hospitalAlison, Jennifer; Aitken, Leanne; Elliott, Douglas; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesMajor key topics concerning physical rehabilitation programmes and psychological recovery for survivors of a critical illness after discharge from hospital in Yearbook Respiratory Care Clinics and Applied Technologies, World Federation of Respiratory Care and Applied Technologies, 2008, pp. 992-996
2004Memories Of Intensive Care And Experiences Of Survivors Of A Critical Ilness: An Interview StudyElliott, Douglas; Adamson, Harriet; Boyle, Martin; Crawford, Matthew; Kerr, Suzie; Murgo, Margherita; Faculty of Nursing & MidwiferyMemories Of Intensive Care And Experiences Of Survivors Of A Critical Ilness: An Interview Study, Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, vol.20,(5),2004,pp 257-263