Australian Critical Care
Official journal of the Australian College of Critical Care Nurses(ACCCN)
Australian Critical Care is a peer-reviewed journal, providing clinically relevant research, reviews and articles of interest to our members. Australian Critical Care is published quarterly. Original contributions relevant to critical care nursing are invited. The editor welcomes manuscripts reporting original research or innovative practices and technologies, continuing education articles, descriptions of instructive case studies and editorials and book reviews sought by the editor. Authors may also contribute unsolicited editorials and book reviews by arrangement with the editor.
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Editor-in-Chief: Gavin Leslie RN PhD FACN
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36 Groves, N. | Tobin, A. High flow nasal oxygen generates positive airway pressure in adult volunteers Australian Critical Care, Volume 20, Issue 4, 2007-11-01, Pages 126-131 26 Fahimi, F. | Ariapanah, P. | Faizi, M. | Shafaghi, B. | Namdar, R. | Ardakani, M.T. Errors in preparation and administration of intravenous medications in the intensive care unit of a teaching hospital: An observational study Australian Critical Care, Volume 21, Issue 2, 2008-05-01, Pages 110-116 18 Endacott, R. | Kidd, T. | Chaboyer, W. | Edington, J. Recognition and communication of patient deterioration in a regional hospital: A multi-methods study Australian Critical Care, Volume 20, Issue 3, 2007-08-01, Pages 100-105 13 Williams, T.A. | Leslie, G.D. Beyond the walls: A review of ICU clinics and their impact on patient outcomes after leaving hospital Australian Critical Care, Volume 21, Issue 1, 2008-02-01, Pages 6-17 12 Ferrie, S. | East, V. Managing diarrhoea in intensive care Australian Critical Care, Volume 20, Issue 1, 2007-02-01, Pages 7-13 11 Hammond, J. | Salamonson, Y. | Davidson, P. | Everett, B. | Andrew, S. Why do women underestimate the risk of cardiac disease? A literature review Australian Critical Care, Volume 20, Issue 2, 2007-05-01, Pages 53-59 11 Mistarz, R. | Eliott, S. | Whitfield, A. | Ernest, D. Bedside nurse-patient interactions do not reliably detect delirium: An observational study Australian Critical Care, Volume 24, Issue 2, 2011-05-01, Pages 126-132 10 Lin, F. | Chaboyer, W. | Wallis, M. A literature review of organisational, individual and teamwork factors contributing to the ICU discharge process Australian Critical Care, Volume 22, Issue 1, 2009-02-01, Pages 29-43 10 Hodge, A.N. | Marshall, A.P. Violence and aggression in the emergency department: A critical care perspective Australian Critical Care, Volume 20, Issue 2, 2007-05-01, Pages 61-67 10 Marshall, A.P. | Currey, J. | Aitken, L.M. | Elliott, D. Key stakeholders' expectations of educational outcomes from Australian critical care nursing courses: A Delphi study Australian Critical Care, Volume 20, Issue 3, 2007-08-01, Pages 89-99
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1 Melissa J. Bloomer | Abbas Al-Mutair Ensuring cultural sensitivity for Muslim patients in the Australian ICU: Considerations for care Australian Critical Care, Available online 18 May 2013 2 Stephan U. Dombrowski | Maria E. Prior | Eilidh Duncan | Brian H. Cuthbertson | Geoff Bellingan | Marion K. Campbell | Louise Rose | Alexander R. Binning | Anthony C. Gordon | Peter Wilson | Rob Shulman | Jill J. Francis Clinical components and associated behavioural aspects of a complex healthcare intervention: Multi-methods study of selective decontamination of the digestive tract in critical care Australian Critical Care, Available online 14 May 2013 3 Grace E. Larson | Sarah J. Arnup | Michael Clifford | Janine Evans How does the introduction of a pain and sedation management guideline in the paediatric intensive care impact on clinical practice? A comparison of audits pre and post guideline introduction Australian Critical Care, Available online 14 May 2013 4 Steven A. Frost | Azmeen Azeem | Evan Alexandrou | Victor Tam | Jeffrey K. Murphy | Leanne Hunt | William O𢀙Regan | Ken M. Hillman Subglottic secretion drainage for preventing ventilator associated pneumonia: A meta-analysis Australian Critical Care, Available online 11 April 2013 5 Samantha J. Clune | Jeanine Blackford | Maria Murphy Management of the acute cardiac patient in the Australian rural setting: A 12 month retrospective study Australian Critical Care, Available online 6 April 2013 6 Catarina Tingsvik | Eva Bexell | Ann-Christine Andersson | Maria Henricson Meeting the challenge: ICU-nurses𢀙 experiences of lightly sedated patients Australian Critical Care, Available online 28 January 2013 7 Andrew Scanlon | Maria Murphy Medical futility in the care of non-competent terminally ill patient: Nursing perspectives and responsibilities Australian Critical Care, Available online 4 December 2012 8 Panagiotis Kiekkas | Diamanto Aretha | Nick Bakalis | Irini Karpouhtsi | Chris Marneras | George I. Baltopoulos Fever effects and treatment in critical care: Literature review Australian Critical Care, Available online 28 November 2012 9 Maria I. Castillo | Leanne M. Aitken | Marie L. Cooke Study protocol: Intensive care anxiety and emotional recovery (Icare)𢀔A prospective study Australian Critical Care, Available online 14 November 2012 10 D. Long | A. Ullman | C. Rickard Paediatric intensive care practices and nurses𢀙 knowledge of evidence based recommendations for the prevention of central venous catheter (CVC) related blood stream infections Australian Critical Care, Volume 26, Issue 2, May 2013, Pages 94-95
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