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An integrative review on women living with obstetric fistula and after treatment experiences (2017)
Journal Article
Mafo Degge, H., Hayter, M., & Laurenson, M. (2017). An integrative review on women living with obstetric fistula and after treatment experiences. Journal of clinical nursing, 26(11-12), 1445-1457. https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.13590

Aims and objectives. To review literature on the experiences of women with obstetric fistula, their lived experiences after treatment; and to provide evidence for future research. Background. Obstetric fistula is an injury most commonly resulting from... Read More

An exploratory study of a research culture development by administrators, lecturers and clinical specialists in nursing (2013)
Journal Article
Loke, J. C. F., Noor, A. M., Mohd Noor, A., Lee, K. W., Laurenson, M., & Loke, J. (2013). An exploratory study of a research culture development by administrators, lecturers and clinical specialists in nursing. Open journal of social science research, 1(3), 68. doi:10.12966/ojssr.06.02.2013

Context: Escalating healthcare demands combined with diminishing resources underline the importance of ensuring nurses in leading roles, having the capacity to conduct evidence-based research to inform practice. Aims: This study explored the percepti... Read More

Intervention in health care teams and working relationships (2012)
Journal Article
Laurenson, M., Heath, T., & Gribbin, S. (2012). Intervention in health care teams and working relationships. Journal of healthcare leadership, 4, 117. https://doi.org/10.2147/jhl.s28748

Introduction: Communication is an intrinsic part of collaborative working but can be problematic when the complexities of professional and personal identities inhibit quality care provision. This paper investigates these complexities and recommends i... Read More

Embracing a culture in conducting research requires more than nurses' enthusiasm (2012)
Journal Article
Loke, J. C., Laurenson, M. C., & Lee, K. W. (2014). Embracing a culture in conducting research requires more than nurses' enthusiasm. Nurse education today, 34(1), (132-137). doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2012.09.006. ISSN 0260-6917

Aims This study explored the perceptions of clinical nurses about their research knowledge and experiences to highlight any gaps in nurse education in supporting research activities in healthcare organisations. Background Nurses' research activities... Read More