• Interprofessional collaboration and patient safety: an integrative review

      Jackson, Rosalind Clare (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      Interprofessional collaboration is a model of care that can improve patient safety. However, the evolution of knowledge about these two interrelated topics has largely occurred in isolation of each another. Consequently, ...
    • The Charge Nurse Manager role

      Frankson, Carol Marlene (Auckland University of Technology, 2009)
      The aim of this study is to understand the experiences of charge nurse managers (CNMs) and the broad influences that impact them in their role where nurses are expected to be managers and leaders. The research began with ...
    • Unfulfilled expectations: a family perspective on transition to adult life for young people with complex disabilities

      Penney, Pauline Ruth (Auckland University of Technology, 2007)
      The concept of a transition phase from childhood to adult life is a well-recognised stage in human development. However, young people with complex disabilities experience this transition differently from other young people. ...