Julie Henderson
Julie Henderson
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Factors influencing why nursing care is missed
I Blackman, J Henderson, E Willis, P Hamilton, L Toffoli, C Verrall, E Abery, ...
Journal of clinical nursing 24 (1-2), 47-56, 2015
‘Older people have lived their lives’: First year nursing students’ attitudes towards older people
J Henderson, L Xiao, L Siegloff, M Kelton, J Paterson
Contemporary nurse 30 (1), 32-45, 2008
Governing childhood obesity: Framing regulation of fast food advertising in the Australian print media
J Henderson, J Coveney, P Ward, A Taylor
Social science & medicine 69 (9), 1402-1408, 2009
Predicting variations to missed nursing care: A three‐nation comparison
I Blackman, E Papastavrou, A Palese, S Vryonides, J Henderson, E Willis
Journal of nursing management 26 (1), 33-41, 2018
Reconnecting Australian consumers and producers: Identifying problems of distrust
SB Meyer, J Coveney, J Henderson, PR Ward, AW Taylor
Food Policy 37 (6), 634-640, 2012
Missed care in residential aged care in Australia: An exploratory study
J Henderson, E Willis, L Xiao, I Blackman
Collegian 24 (5), 411-416, 2017
Developing and maintaining public trust during and post-COVID-19: can we apply a model developed for responding to food scares?
J Henderson, PR Ward, E Tonkin, SB Meyer, H Pillen, D McCullum, ...
Frontiers in public health 8, 369, 2020
Rounding, work intensification and new public management
E Willis, L Toffoli, J Henderson, L Couzner, P Hamilton, C Verrall, ...
Nursing inquiry 23 (2), 158-168, 2016
Austerity, new public management and missed nursing care in Australia and New Zealand
E Willis, J Carryer, C Harvey, M Pearson, J Henderson
Journal of advanced nursing 73 (12), 3102-3110, 2017
Work intensification as missed care
E Willis, J Henderson, P Hamilton, L Toffoli, I Blackman, L Couzner, ...
Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work 25 …, 2015
How do South Australian consumers negotiate and respond to information in the media about food and nutrition? The importance of risk, trust and uncertainty
PR Ward, J Henderson, J Coveney, S Meyer
Journal of Sociology 48 (1), 23-41, 2012
Neo-liberalism, community care and Australian mental health policy
J Henderson
Health Sociology Review 14 (3), 242-254, 2005
The Australian Food and Trust Survey: Demographic indicators associated with food safety and quality concerns
AW Taylor, J Coveney, PR Ward, E Dal Grande, L Mamerow, ...
Food Control 25 (2), 476-483, 2012
Nurses and midwives perceptions of missed nursing care–A South Australian study
C Verrall, E Abery, C Harvey, J Henderson, E Willis, P Hamilton, L Toffoli, ...
Collegian 22 (4), 413-420, 2015
A sociology of food and eating: Why now?
P Ward, J Coveney, J Henderson
Journal of Sociology 46 (4), 347-351, 2010
Community mental health nursing: Keeping pace with care delivery?
J Henderson, E Willis, B Walter, L Toffoli
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 17 (3), 162-170, 2008
Social barriers to Type 2 diabetes self‐management: the role of capital
J Henderson, C Wilson, L Roberts, R Munt, M Crotty
Nursing inquiry 21 (4), 336-345, 2014
Modeling missed care: Implications for evidence‐based practice
I Blackman, CY Lye, IGN Darmawan, J Henderson, T Giles, E Willis, ...
Worldviews on Evidence‐Based Nursing 15 (3), 178-188, 2018
Farmers are the most trusted part of the Australian food chain: results from a national survey of consumers
J Henderson, J Coveney, PR Ward, AW Taylor
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 35 (4), 319-324, 2011
Paramedic perceptions of their role, education, training and working relationships when attending cases of mental illness
L Roberts, J Henderson
Australasian J Paramed 7 (3), 990317, 2009
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