Dr Rosemary Ford
I began my teaching career in the School of Nursing, University of Canberra in 1995. Prior to this time, I had clinical roles in nursing and midwifery in rural and metropolitan hospitals in Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberrra and Sydney.
Ward, C., Evans, A., & Ford, R., & Glass, N. Children living with serious complex illness: Health professionals’ perspectives of an integrated model of care. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand: Journal of Professional Nursing (Under Review).
Jackson, D., Doyle, C., Roberts, G., Wu, M.L. & Ford, R. A systematic review of the effect of telephone and internet-delivered support for carers of people living with Alzheimer’s Disease, Mixed or Vascular Dementia in the community. International Psychogeriatrics (Under Review)
Laging, B., Ford, R., Bauer, M., & Naylor, R. Factors influencing nursing home staff decision-making regarding the transfer of residents to hospital: A systematic review of qualitative studies. Journal of Advanced Nursing (Under Review).
Ford, R., Wu, W., Foottit, J., Jackson, D., Courtney, M., & Doyle, C. Living with dementia: Stigma, social isolation and solutions. In K. Murphy & M. Kazer (Eds.), Improving the quality of life of older adults across environments of care. Springer Publishing Company (Accepted for Publication).
Webb, H., Allen-Craig, S., Ford, R., Goodwin, V., & Williams, P. Digger’s Trail Wilderness Exercise (DTWE): A work-integrated experience for paramedic students. Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education (Accepted for Publication).
Ward, C., Glass, N., & Ford, R. (2014). Care in the home for seriously ill children with complex needs: A narrative literature review. Journal of Child Health (Published Online DOI: 10.1177/1367493514538327).
Ford, R., Webb, H., Allen-Craig, S., Goodwin, V., D'Antonio, J., & Lofts, C. (2014). A simulated wilderness exercise: The development of relational competence in paramedic students. Journal of Paramedic Practice, 6(11), 574-581.
Laging, B., Naylor, R., Ford, R., & Bauer, M. (2014). Decision to transfer to hospital from the residential aged care setting: A systematic review of qualitative evidence exploring residential aged care staff experiences. The JBI Database of Systematic Reviews, 12(2), 263-388. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11124/jbisrir-2014-1141
Mills, C., Edward, K., & Ford, R. (2014). Self management through the use of alternative medicine and complementary alternative therapy in Australian women living with chronic gynaecological pelvic pain: What do we know? In I. Veljanova I., C. Mills., & G. Emmanual (Eds.), Health, Agency and Well-Being. interdisciplinary.net (eBook), Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. Retrieved from https://www.interdisciplinarypress.net/online-store/ebooks/ethos-and-modern-life/health-agency-and-wellbeing
Jackson, D., Doyle, C., Courtney, M., Ford, R., Foottit, J., & Wu, M-L. (2013). Supporting carers of people living with vascular dementia. International Journal of Stroke, 8(Supp 1), 48 (Abstract).
Laging, B., Baur, M., Nay, R., & Ford, R. (2012). Protocol: A systematic review of the experiences of residential aged care facility staff decision making regarding the transfer of residents to emergency departments. JBI Library of Systemic Reviews, 10(28, Supplement).
Ford, R. (2011). Emotionally challenging and potentially unsafe: Generalist nurses’ perceptions of caring for patients who use illicit drugs. Contemporary Nurse, 37(2), 241-252.
Ford, R., & McInerney, F. (2011). An evaluation of aged-care workers’ knowledge of and attitudes toward the palliative approach. Research in Gerontological Nursing, 4(4), 251-9.
Ford, R. (2010). An analysis of nurses’ views on harm reduction and other treatments for the problems associated with illicit drug use. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 28(1), 14-24.
Butler, M., Ford, R., Boxer, E., & Sutherland-Fraser, S. (2010). Lessons from the field: An examination of count errors in the operating theatre. ACORN Journal, 23(3), 6-16.
Ford, R., & Bammer, G. (2009). A research routine to assess bias introduced by low response rates in postal surveys. NurseResearcher, 17(1), 44 – 53.
Ford, R., & Bammer, G. (2009). Improving nurses’ therapeutic attitude to patients who use illicit drugs: workplace drug and alcohol education is not enough. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 15, 112 – 118.
McInerney, F., Ford, R., Simpson, A., & Willison, M. (2009). Residential aged-care workers and the palliative approach. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 11(6), 344 – 352.
Ford, R., Bammer, G., & Becker, N. (2008). The determinants of nurses’ therapeutic attitude to patients who use illicit drugs and implication for workforce development. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17, 2452 – 2462.
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