• Doing Case Study Research Collaboratively: The Benefits for Researchers

      Mcclunie-Trust, P; Jones, V; Winnington, R; Shannon, K; Donaldson, AE; Macdiarmid, R; Jarden, RJ; Turner, R; Merrick, E; Andersen, P (SAGE Publications, 2022)
      Collaborative research teams are an effective strategy to combine the knowledge and skills of like-minded researchers across tertiary education settings and international borders. Research collaborations have the potential ...
    • What Motivates People to Commence a Graduate Entry Nursing Programme: A Mixed Method Scoping Review

      MacDiarmid, R; Turner, R; Winnington, R; McClunie-Trust, P; Donaldson, A; Shannon, K; Merrick, E; Jones, V; Jarden, R (BioMed Central, 2021)
      Background The global deficit of nurses demands urgent attention in the recruitment and education of this future workforce. Graduate entry nursing (GEN) programmes are one option for people with undergraduate degrees who ...
    • What Motivates People to Start a Graduate Entry Nursing Programme: An Interpretive Multi-centred Case Study

      Macdiarmid, R; McClunie-Trust, P; Shannon, K; Winnnington, R; Donaldson, AE; Jarden, RJ; Lamdin-Hunter, R; Merrick, E; Turner, R; Jones, V (SAGE Publications, 2021)
      Introduction While graduate entry nursing programmes are well established in the United Kingdom and the United States of America (USA), they are relatively new to New Zealand and Australia. These programmes have been ...