NEW ZEALAND CNS RESEARCH

Dissertation/Thesis


Research

Kunac, T.M. (2015). Nursing Handover between secondary and primary care. {Unpublished masters research paper}. WINTEC


Published articles

Gleeson, L., & Murray, O. (2016). Fracture clinic redesign in the ED: breaking the mould. Emergency Nurse New Zealand, July 14-17.

Gleeson, L., & Murray, O. (2016). Fracture clinic redesign in the ED: Breaking the mould. Part two: weber A, 5th metacarpal and 5th metatarsal fractures. Emergency Nurse New Zealand, November, 12-15.

Hopper B. (2017). Peripheral IV cannulae (PIVC): Saving a line might just save a life. Nursing Review (1173-8014)

Hopper, B.A. (2018). Outpatient intravenous antibiotic therapy benefits hospital and patients. NZ Doctor. January 27.  

Pagan, A. (2008). Healing a chronic venous ulceration using the Southland Snail, an innovative pressure device. Wound Practice and Research, 16(4), 181-185. This is referenced in the 2011 Trans-Tasman Venous Leg Ulcer Guidelines.

Pagan, A., & Hunter, J. (2011). Lower leg haematomas: Potential for complications in older people. Wound Practice and Research, 19(1), 21-28.

Pagan, A., Trip, H., Burrell, B., & Gillon, D. (2015). Wound care programmes in residential aged care: a systematic review. Wound Practice and Research, 23(2), 52-60.

Pagan M & Harvey P. (2019). Implementing a pilot skin and wound care programme in two residential aged care facilities. Wound Practice and Research, 27(4):184-192. DOI https://doi.org/10.33235/wpr.27.4.184-192


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