Fragile forgotten families: parenting a premature infant in a rural area, where is the evidence?
Wakely, Luke, Rae, Kym, Keatinge, Diana
Day, Jenny, Taylor, Ann, Hunter, Sharyn, Jeong, Sarah, Armitage, Deborah, Keatinge, Diana, Higgins, Isabel
Influences on parents' decisions when determining whether their child is sick and what they do about it: a pilot study
Winskill, Rhonda, Keatinge, Diana, Hancock, Stephen
Orientation strategies during delirium: are they helpful?
Day, Jenny, Higgins, Isabel, Keatinge, Diana
Doing clinical research: the challenges and benefits
Higgins, Isabel, Parker, Vicki, Keatinge, Diana, Giles, Michelle, Winskill, Rhonda, Guest, Eileen, Kepreotes, Elizabeth, Phelan, Caroline
Ethical dilemmas and cultural considerations in using action research and participatory action research
The experience of parenting children with chronic health conditions: a new reality
Kepreotes, Elizabeth, Keatinge, Diana, Stone, Teresa
The impact of HIV/AIDS: a participatory action research study to explore what can be done to assist Thai families when children are orphaned
Tangpukdee, Juraporn, Keatinge, Diana, Koch, Tina, Harris, Margaret, Nilvarangkul, Kessawan
Parents' perceptions and needs of children's hospital discharge information
Keatinge, Diana, Stevenson, Karen, Fitzgerald, Mary
Evaluating the Family Partnership Model (FPM) program and implementation in practice in New South Wales, Australia
Keatinge, Diana, Fowler, Cathrine, Briggs, Carolyn
Outcomes of a nurse-led telephone triage service in Australia
Keatinge, Diana, Rawlings, K.
Keatinge, Diana, Rawlings, Kate
Communication: principal barrier to nurse-consumer partnerships
Keatinge, Diana, Bellchambers, Helen, Bujack, Elizabeth, Cholowski, Krystyna, Conway, Jane, Neal, Patricia
Parents' perspectives of health-care delivery to their chronically ill children during school
Notaras, Elizabeth, Keatinge, Diana, Smith, James, Cordwell, Judith, Cotterell, Dianne, Nunn, Elizabeth
The service needs of families caring for preschool-aged children with disruptive behaviours
Tarren-Sweeney, Michael, Hazell, Philip, Vimpani, Graham, Keatinge, Diana, Callan, Ken
Versatility and flexibility: attributes of the critical incident technique in nursing research
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