• A phenomenological study of occupational engagement in recovery from mental illness

      Sutton, D; Hocking, C; Smythe, L (SAGE, 2012)
      This study aimed to uncover the meaning of occupation for 13 people who self identified as being in recovery from mental illness. Recovery narratives were collected from the participants in a series of open ended conversational ...
    • Being occupied in the everyday

      Wright-St Clair, VA; Smythe, L (AUT UniversitySpringer, 2012)
      This chapter draws on the stories told by elder New Zealanders as a way of illuminating the deeply contextual, habitual, relational and precarious nature of engaging in everyday occupations. In the telling we hear how ...
    • Navigating the Storm of Deteriorating Patients: Seven Scaffolds for Simulation Design

      D. Erlam, G; Smythe, L; Wright, V (Scientific Research Publishing Inc., 2017)
      Recent trends in simulation use have necessitated a more considered approach in the use of this teaching/learning tool. The aim of this research is to discover ways to improve simulation as a teaching/learning platform. ...
    • Simulation and Millennials -- the Perfect Storm

      Erlam, GD; Smythe, L; Wright, V (Scientific Research Publishing (SCIRP), 2016)
      Simulation in its various forms has developed extensively over the past 15 - 20 years for use in undergraduate nursing programs. The widespread integration of technology-based educational tools into nursing curricula is ...
    • Unsettling moods in rural midwifery practice

      Crowther, S; Smythe, L; Spence, D (Elsevier, 2017)
      Background: Rural midwifery and maternity care is vulnerable due to geographical isolation, staffing recruitment and retention. Highlighting the concerns within rural midwifery is important for safe sustainable service ...