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Anderson, Debra J., Harris, Marilyn G., & Madl, Romana (1998) Women and violence. In Rogers-Clark, Cath & Smith, Angie (Eds.) Women's Health : A Primary Health Care Approach. MacLennan & Petty, Sydney, pp. 120-139.
Elder, Ruth (2009) Settings for mental health care. In Elder , Ruth, Evans , Katie, & Nizette, Deb (Eds.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Mosby Elsevier, Sydney, Australia, pp. 390-407.
Elder, Ruth (2009) Somatoform and dissociative disorders. In Elder, Ruth, Evans, Katie, & Nizette, Deb (Eds.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. Mosby Elsevier, Sydney, Australia, pp. 370-387.
Elder, Ruth L. (2005) Settings for Mental Health Care. In Elder, Ruth L., Evans, Katie, & Nizette, Debra (Eds.) Psychiatric and mental health nursing. Elsevier, Marrickville, N.S.W., pp. 342-358.
Elder, Ruth L. (2005) Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders. In Elder, Ruth, Evans, Katie, & Nizette, Debra (Eds.) Psychiatric and mental health nursing. Elsevier, Marrickville, N.S.W., pp. 324-340.
Harris, Marilyn G. & Anderson, Debra J. (1997) Primary Health Care Nursing in Violence Against Women. In Horsfall, Jan (Ed.) Violence and Nursing. Royal College of Nursing, Australia, Canberra.
Browne, Graeme & Courtney, Mary D. (2006) Are We There Yet? Consumer Participation in Mental Health Services. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 12(1), pp. 8-13.
Browne, Graeme & Courtney, Mary D. (2005) Exploring the experience of people with schizophrenia who live in boarding houses or private homes : a grounded theory study. Contemporary Nurse, 18(3), pp. 233-246.
Browne, Graeme & Courtney, Mary D. (2005) Housing, social support and people with schizophrenia: A grounded theory study comparing boarding houses and private homes. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 26(3), pp. 311-326.
Browne, Graeme & Courtney, Mary D. (2004) Measuring the impact of housing on people with schizophrenia. Nursing and Health Sciences, 6(1), pp. 37-44.
Browne, Graeme, Courtney, Mary D., & Meehan, Tom (2004) Type of Housing Predicts Rate of Readmission to Hospital but not Length of Stay in People with Schizophrenia on the Gold Coast in Queensland. Australian Health Review, 27(1), pp. 65-72.
Edward, Karen-Leigh, Welch, Anthony, & Chater, Keri (2009) The phenomenon of resilience as described by adults who have experienced mental illness. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65(3), pp. 587-595.
Gledhill, Susan E. & Schweitzer, Robert (2013) Sexual desire, erectile dysfunction and the biomedicalization of sex in older heterosexual men. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Gwinner, Karleen & Ward, Louise (2014) Storytelling; safeguarding; treatment; and responsibility; attributes of recovery in psychiatric intensive care units. Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care. (In Press)
Happell, Brenda, Edward, Karen-Leigh, & Welch, Tony (2008) Doctoral graduates in mental health nursing in Victoria, Australia : the doctoral experience and contribution to scholarship. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 17(4), pp. 270-278.
Moyle, Wendy, Cooke, Marie Louise, Beattie, Elizabeth, Shum, David H.K., O'Dwyer, Siobhan T., & Barrett, Sue (2014) Foot massage versus quiet presence on agitation and mood in people with dementia : a randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 51(6), pp. 856-864.
Munro, Louise E. & Rodwell, John (1998) Assessing occupational stress in psychiatric nurses using the full job strain model the value of social support to nurses. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 35(6), pp. 339-345.
Neville, Christine, Henwood, Tim, Beattie, Elizabeth, & Fielding, Elaine (2014) Exploring the effect of aquatic exercise on behaviour and psychological wellbeing in people with moderate to severe dementia : a pilot study of the Watermemories Swimming Club. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 33(2), pp. 124-127.
Ramritu, Prabha, Courtney, Mary D., Stanley, Tracey, & Finlayson, Kathleen J. (2002) Experiences of the generalist nurse caring for adolescents with mental health problems. Journal of Child Health Care: for professionals working with children in the hospital and community, 6(4), pp. 229-244.
Sambrano, Rachel & Cox, Leonie (2013) I sang Amazing Grace for about 3 hours that day : understanding Indigenous Australians’ experience of seclusion. International Journal Of Mental Health Nursing, 22(6), pp. 522-531.
Smyth, Wendy, Fielding, Elaine, Beattie, Elizabeth, Gardner, Anne, Moyle, Wendy, Franklin, Sara J., et al. (2013) A Survey-based Study of Knowledge of Alzheimer's Disease among Health Care Staff. BMC Geriatrics, 13(2).
Taua, Christine, Neville, Christine, & Hepworth, Julie (2014) Research participation by people with intellectual disability and mental health issues : an examination of the processes of consent. International Journal Of Mental Health Nursing, 23(6), pp. 513-524.
Webster, Joan, Hall, Laurie A., Somville, Thierry, Schneider, Patricia, Turnbull, Robin, & Smith, Patricia F. (2006) Prospective testing of the Brisbane Postnatal Depression Index. Birth: issues in perinatal care, 33(1), pp. 56-63.
Yang, Yen Yen & Christensen, Martin (2012) Autism : an introduction to behavioural therapy models used for autism and nursing the person with autism in the primary care setting. Singapore Nursing Journal, 39(3), pp. 18-24.
Zhang, Shu-Ying, Edwards, Helen E., Yates, Patsy, Ruth, Elder, Guo, Qihao, & , (2013) Preliminary reliability and validity testing of a self-efficacy questionnaire for Chinese family caregivers. Aging and Mental Health, pp. 1-9.
Gwinner, Karleen, Spence, Richelle, & Ward, Louise (2014) The recovery concept and crisis intervention : time for a revolution in the realm of acute psychiatric care. In Proceedings of the 23rd TheMHS Conference : Forging the Future, The Mental Health Services Conference Inc. of Australia and New Zealand, Melbourne Convention Centre, VIC. (In Press)