Dr Jo River

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Biographical details

Dr Jo River is a social scientist specialising in Mental Health, Senior Research Fellow within the Centre for Family Based Mental Health Care, at St Vincent's Hospital, and an academic member of Sydney Nursing School. Her research draws on social theory to understand the social determinants of mental distress. Dr River publishes, consults and teaches on men's mental health and suicidal behaviour. Her recent research focuses on developing, implementing and evaluating social models of mental health care across health services, including family/community based approaches. To ensure that mental health interventions meet the needs of service users, Dr River's research actively initiates and fosters consumer involvement through a co-production framework.

In recognition of her contribution to the understanding of men's suicide, in 2014 Dr River was invited to contribute findings to 'Suicide in Men', a book edited by Professor David Lester - former President of the International Association of Suicide Prevention and the American Association of Suicidology. In 2015 she was asked to speak on the issue of violence, risk taking and suicide in adolescent boys at the National Boys Health Forum at Parliament House. Dr River was also awarded the University Medal and Vice Chancellor's Research Scholarship for her early research work in the field of men's suicide.

Dr River lectures in social determinants of health, health policy, population health and illness/lived experience in the Bachelor of Nursing and Master of Nursing Programs. She is highly regarded as a health professional educator due to her strong focus on student-centred, active learning pedagogy and blended learning approaches, both of which she has successfully incorporated into her teaching practice. In 2015, 2016 and 2018 Dr River was awarded Educational Innovation Grants to extend this work, and has been nominated by her colleagues (twice) for the Vice Chancellors Teaching Award, a nomination which was supported by the Associate Dean Academic, The Assoicate Dean of Teaching and Learning and the student cohort.

Research interests

Mental Health and Wellbeing: Humanistic approaches to care such as Open Dialogue. Consumer perspectives on mental health services, increasing consumer engagment in mental health research; Peer work in Open Dialogue; Future directions for suicide intervention services; understanding lived experience; mobile phone technology in suicide prevention

Men's mental health:The relationship between emotional practice and men's suicide; men, production and suicide; men's suicide methods; men's help-seeking practices

Health professional education:Active learning; blending technology with active learning; health professional well-being; drama based approaches to health professional training

Forthcoming Publications

Bellingham, B., Buus, N., McCloughen, A., Dawson, L., Schweizer, R., Mikes-Lui, K., Peetz, A., Boydell, K., & River, J. (2018). Peer Work in Open Dialogue: A discussion paper. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. DOI: 10.1111/ inm.12457

Kivunja, S., River, J., & Gullick, J. (2018)Experiences of giving and receiving care in traumatic brain injury: an integrative review. Journal of Clinical Nursing. DOI: 10.1111/jocn.14283

Aryas, V., Page, A., River, J., Armstrong, G., Mayer, P., (2017). Trends and socio-economic determinants of suicide in India - 2001-2003. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. In Press.

River, J. McKenzie, H. Levy, D., Pavlakis, N., Back, M. Oh, B. (2017). Convergent priorities and tensions: A qualitative study of the integration of complementary and alternative therapies with conventional cancer treatment. Supportive Care in Cancer. In Press.

Fitzpatrick, S., & River, J. (2017). Beyond the medical model: Future directions for suicide intervention services.International Journal of Health Services.(Accepted)

River, J. (2016). Diverse and dynamic interactions. A model of suicidal men's help seeking as it relates to health services. American Journal of Men's Health.

Teaching and supervision

Supervision Opportunities

  • Mental health and wellbeing - humanistic approaches to mental health care
  • Suicidology and suicide intervention and prevention services
  • Gender and health
  • Cultural safety in multi-disciplinary healthcare teams

Please contact me on jo.river@sydney.edu.au for further information.

Current Supervision

Sarah McKenzie, PhD Candidate, Mental health promotion strategies for men: What can we learn from men's experiences and perspectives? Suicide and Mental Health Group, The University of Otago, Wellington

Stephen Kivunja, PhD Candidate, The experience of giving and receiving care in traumatic brain injury: The University of Sydney

Latifah A. AlTameemi, PhD Candidate, EmpoweringNursing Students through Problem-based Learning: A Mixed Methods Study in Saudi Arabia: The University of Sydney

Current research students

Project title Research student
The experience of giving and receiving care in traumatic brain injury: a phenomenological exploration of nurses, patients and families Stephen KIVUNJA

Current projects

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

Humanist approaches to care: Open Dialogue

Consumer engagment in mental health research

Peer work in Open Dialogue

Myplan Plus Practice - an enhanced program of suicide prevention in a youth mental health service integrating a Zero Suicide approach with an app-based safety plan to manage suicidal behaviour

Beyond Biomedicine: Future directions for suicide intervention services

MEN'S MENTAL HEALTH

Masculine Taboos: The relationship between emotional practice and men's suicide

Men, production and suicide

Cultral scripts? Men's suicide methods

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Grace under pressure: A drama-based approach to health professional training.

Verbatim theatre: Understanding the real lives of health professionals in modern healthcare settings: Grace Under Pressure: https://www.seymourcentre.com/events/event/grace-under-pressure/

Creating a Community of Enquiry: A Blended Team-Based Learning approach to education

Associations

Centre for Family Based Mental Health Care (Senior Research Fellow), St Vincent's Hospital

Centre for Research on Men and Masculinities (CROMM)

Sydney Narrative Inquiry Research Group (SNIRG)

Sydney Arts and Health Collective (SAHC):

Sydney Arts and Health Collective is an interdisciplinary collaboration between academics from Preformance Studies, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health. The Collective has collaborated on various initiatives including:

Perfornaces

Williams, D., Dwyer, P & Sydney Arts in collaboration with Sydney Arts and Health Collective Grace Under Pressure, Seymour Centre & Big Anxiety festival. https://www.seymourcentre.com/events/event/grace-under-pressure/

Williams, D., Dwyer, & Sydney Arts in collaboration with Sydney Arts and Health Collective (2017). Grace Under Pressure, Currency Press, Sydney, ISSN: 9781760621797

Workshops

Ivory, K. Hooker, C., Dwyer, P., Macneill, P., Berlec, S., Nash, L., River, J., Scott, K., (Sydney Arts and Health Collective) (2015- ongoing). Grace under pressure: A drama based approach to tackling mistreatment of medical students. Action research workshops. Delivered across The University of Sydney, Royal North Shore Hospital & Orange Health Services

Awards and honours

2012 Canadian Institute of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health Scholarship

2009 Vice Chancellors Research Scholarship

2008 University of Sydney Medal

In the media

2017: Michael Flood and Jo River,Men's health: A critique of men's rights and anti-feminist claims, XY http://www.xyonline.net/content/men%E2%80%99s-health-critique-men%E2%80%99s-rights-and-anti-feminist-claims

2017 Elissa Blake, Sydney Morning Herald 24 October 2017: Grace Under Pressure Examines the Daily Lives of Medical Professionals

2017 Ursula Malone, ABC News, 20 October 2017: Dctors and Nurses share humilliating stories of bullying and sexism in Grace Under Pressure

2017 realtime - Keith Gallasch, Theatre Review: Grace Under Pressure: A call for Mutual Understanding: http://www.realtime.org.au/grace-under-pressure-a-call-for-mutual-caring/

2016 The Conversation - Men's Mental Health, 22 November 2016: https://theconversation.com/men-who-want-power-over-women-likely-to-have-poorer-mental-health-study-69049#comment_1139759.

2016 The Daily, 2ser Radio. The link between male dominance and mental health. 23 November 2016: http://www.2ser.com/component/k2/item/26092-the-link-between-male-dominance-and-mental-health

2016 The Express Tribune: Men who are more likely to be mentally ill. 25 November 2016: www.tribune.com

2016 Grace Under Pressure: Verbatim Theatre: https://www.seymourcentre.com/events/event/grace-under-pressure/

2016 Melanie Pearce for the ABC. Theatre skills help doctors play the role and address workplace, 6 September 2016. Available at: bullyinghttp://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-08-31/theatre-skills-helping-doctors-address-workplace- bullying/7797522

2015 National Boys Health Forum, Parliment House: Adolescent boy's suicide

2015 'The Myth of the Tough Bloke is Killing Teen Boys', Sunday Telegraph 31 May 2015

Keywords

Medical sociology; Men's health; Suicide; Mental health; Social science

Selected grants

2018

  • Team-teaching and Interprofessional learning: building interdisciplinary engagement and capacity; Burgess A, Haq I, Bleasel J, Keay K, Randal N, Kalman E, Roberts C, Herkes S, Frommer D, Hinton T, Schneider C, River J, Nisbet G, Spallek H; DVC Education/Small Educational Innovation Grant.
  • Working with mental health consumers to create authentic learning experiences; Mackenzie L, Hancock N, Scanlan J, Arblaster K, Schneider C, Chen T, McCloughen A, River J, Buus N, Kostecki T, Rangan A, Nicholson M, Tseris E; DVC Education/Large Educational Innovation Grant.

2017

  • Co-operative inquiry: Creating meaningful collaboration in mental health research; River J, Werner-Seidler A, Bellingham B, Boydell K, Buus N, Dennis I, McGeorge P, Mikes-Liu K; University of New South Wales/Mental Health and Wellbeing scheme: Early Intervention and Prevention � Young People.
  • Grace Under Pressure: A verbatim theatre innovation to drive culture change in clinical training; Hooker L, Scott K, Ivory K, Nash L, Dwyer P, River J, Macneill P; DVC Education/Large Educational Innovation Grant.

2015

  • Creating a Community of Enquiry: A Blended Team-Based Learning Approach to Nursing Education; River J, Currie J, Betihavas V, Randall S, Crawford T; DVC Education/Small Educational Innovation Grant.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • River, J., Fisher, M. (2015). Theorized Life Histories: Masculinity and Male Suicide. In Mary de Chesnay (Eds.), Nursing Research Using Life History: Qualitative Designs and Methods in Nursing, (pp. 155-168). New York, USA: Springer Publishing Company.
  • River, J. (2014). Suicide and Hegemonic Masculinity in Australian Men. In David Lester, John F. Gunn, Paul Quinnett (Eds.), Suicide in Men: How Men Differ from Women in Expressing Their Distress, (pp. 248-261). Springfield, IL, USA: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

Journals

  • Fitzpatrick, S., River, J. (2018). Beyond the Medical Model. International Journal of Health Services, 48(1), 189-203. [More Information]
  • Seidler, Z., Rice, S., River, J., Oliffe, J., Dhillon, H. (2018). Men�s Mental Health Services: The Case for a Masculinities Model. Journal of Men's Studies: a scholarly journal about men and masculinities, 26(1), 92-104. [More Information]
  • Arya, V., Page, A., River, J., Armstrong, G., Mayer, P. (2018). Trends and socio-economic determinants of suicide in India: 2001�2013. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 53(3), 269-278. [More Information]
  • Oh, B., Eade, T., Kneebone, A., Pavlakis, N., Clarke, S., Eslick, G., River, J., Back, M. (2017). Factors affecting whether or not cancer patients consider using acupuncture. Acupuncture in Medicine, 35(2), 107-113. [More Information]
  • Scott, K., Berlec, S., Nash, L., Hooker, L., Dwyer, P., Macneill, P., River, J., Ivory, K. (2017). Grace Under Pressure: A Drama-based Approach to Tackling Mistreatment of Medical Students. Medical Humanities, 43(1), 68-70. [More Information]
  • Randall, S., Crawford, T., Currie, J., River, J., Betihavas, V. (2017). Impact of community based nurse-led clinics on patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, patient access and cost effectiveness: A systematic review. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 73, 24-33. [More Information]
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Fitzpatrick, S., Cox, K., River, J. (2017). �Shadowing� as a management strategy for chemotherapy outpatient primary support persons. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 31(4), 887-894. [More Information]
  • River, J., Currie, J., Crawford, T., Betihavas, V., Randall, S. (2016). A systematic review examining the effectiveness of blending technology with team-based learning. Nurse Education Today, 45, 185-192. [More Information]
  • River, J., Fisher, M. (2014). Dying to be a man: Towards an understanding of the relationship between masculinity and male suicidal behaviour. Journal of Mens Health, 7(3), 285-285. [More Information]
  • River, J. (2014). Expanding our understanding of suicidal men’s help-seeking practices. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 22(5), 34-34.
  • Fisher, M., River, J. (2012). Men's health policy in Australia. Australian Nursing Journal, 20(5), 46-47. [More Information]
  • River, J. (2012). Suicidal masculinities: understanding the gendered nature of male suicide. Australian Nursing Journal, 20(5), 49-49.
  • McKenzie, H., Hayes, L., White, K., Cox, K., Fethney, J., Boughton, M., River, J. (2011). Chemotherapy outpatients' unplanned presentations to hospital: A retrospective study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 19(7), 969-969. [More Information]
  • McKenzie, H., Hayes, L., White, K., Cox, K., Fethney, J., Boughton, M., River, J. (2010). Chemotherapy outpatients' unplanned presentations to hospital: a retrospective study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 10.1007/s00520-010-0913-y, 1-7. [More Information]
  • River, J., Brown, L. (2008). Homeless older adults: Aging without place. Geriaction, 26(3), 5-11.

Conferences

  • Fitzpatrick, S., River, J. (2016). Making a case for the development of informal non-medical suicide intervention services. 2016 National Suicide Prevention Conference, Canberra.
  • River, J. (2016). Masculine taboos: Emotions and men's suicide. 2016 National Suicide Prevention Conference, Canberra.
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Fitzpatrick, S., Cox, K., River, J. (2016). The integration of formal and informal care provision: An exploratory study of the experiences of primary support persons of chemotherapy outpatients. ICIC16 � 16th International Conference on Integrated Care, Barcelona, Spain.
  • River, J. (2015). Life Stories of Suicidal Men – Understanding the relationship between health service response and suicidal men’s help seeking practices. National Suicide Prevention Conference, Hobart: Suicide Prevention Australia.
  • River, J. (2015). Life Stories of Suicidal Men. Understanding the Relationship between Health Service Response and Suicidal Men’s Help Seeking Practices. 2015 National Suicide Prevention Conference, Hobart: Suicide Prevention Australia.
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Fethney, J., Cox, K., River, J. (2014). Improving management of chemotherapy side effects: implications for practice. Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) & International Society of Oral Oncology (ISOO): International Symposium on Supportive Care in Cancer 2010, Vancouver, Canada: Springer.
  • Fisher, M., River, J. (2013). Men's Health Policy: moving beyond implicit understandings. 3rd International Public Health Nursing Conference: The Public Health Nursing Contribution to Primary Health Care, Galway, Ireland.
  • River, J. (2012). Dying to be Men: Exploring the Relationship between Masculinity and Male Suicidal Behaviour. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research 2012, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Cox, K., Fitzpatrick, S., River, J., Fethney, J. (2012). The Experience of Providing Informal Support to Chemotherapy Outpatients: An Exploratory Study. 2nd Global Congress for Qualitative Health Research 2012: Engaging People in Health Promotion & Well Being-New opportunities and challenges for qualitative research, Milan, Italy: Vita e Pensiero.
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Cox, K., Boughton, M., Fethney, J., River, J., McLeod, J. (2010). A clinical Pathway intervention for chemotherapy outpatients: the role of community nurses. Royal College of Nursing Australia (RCNA) Community and Primary Health Care Nursing Conference 2010, Alice Springs, Australia.
  • McKenzie, H., Hayes, L., White, K., Cox, K., Fethney, J., River, J. (2010). Closing the circle of care for chemotherapy outpatients. 16th International Conference on Cancer Nursing 2010, Atlanta, USA: International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care.
  • River, J., Fisher, M. (2010). Dying to be a Man: Towards an Understanding of the Relationship between Masculinity and Male Suicidal Behaviour. 1st Global Conference - Suicide - A Makings Sense of: Project 2010, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • McKenzie, H., Hayes, L., White, K., Cox, K., Boughton, M., Fethney, J., River, J. (2009). Closing the circle of care for chemotherapy outpatients. Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) 12th Winter Congress 2009, Newcastle, Australia: Cancer Nurses Society of Australia.
  • McKenzie, H., Cox, K., Hayes, L., White, K., Boughton, M., Fethney, J., River, J. (2008). Chemotherapy Outpatients' Unplanned Presentations to Hospital: A Retrospective Study. 2008 Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) 35th Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney, Australia: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd.

Other

  • River, J. (2015), Book Review: River, J. (2015) Theories of Suicide: Past Present and Future. British Journal of Guidance Counselling, 43(2), 245-247.

2018

  • Fitzpatrick, S., River, J. (2018). Beyond the Medical Model. International Journal of Health Services, 48(1), 189-203. [More Information]
  • Seidler, Z., Rice, S., River, J., Oliffe, J., Dhillon, H. (2018). Men�s Mental Health Services: The Case for a Masculinities Model. Journal of Men's Studies: a scholarly journal about men and masculinities, 26(1), 92-104. [More Information]
  • Arya, V., Page, A., River, J., Armstrong, G., Mayer, P. (2018). Trends and socio-economic determinants of suicide in India: 2001�2013. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 53(3), 269-278. [More Information]

2017

  • Oh, B., Eade, T., Kneebone, A., Pavlakis, N., Clarke, S., Eslick, G., River, J., Back, M. (2017). Factors affecting whether or not cancer patients consider using acupuncture. Acupuncture in Medicine, 35(2), 107-113. [More Information]
  • Scott, K., Berlec, S., Nash, L., Hooker, L., Dwyer, P., Macneill, P., River, J., Ivory, K. (2017). Grace Under Pressure: A Drama-based Approach to Tackling Mistreatment of Medical Students. Medical Humanities, 43(1), 68-70. [More Information]
  • Randall, S., Crawford, T., Currie, J., River, J., Betihavas, V. (2017). Impact of community based nurse-led clinics on patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, patient access and cost effectiveness: A systematic review. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 73, 24-33. [More Information]
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Fitzpatrick, S., Cox, K., River, J. (2017). �Shadowing� as a management strategy for chemotherapy outpatient primary support persons. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 31(4), 887-894. [More Information]

2016

  • River, J., Currie, J., Crawford, T., Betihavas, V., Randall, S. (2016). A systematic review examining the effectiveness of blending technology with team-based learning. Nurse Education Today, 45, 185-192. [More Information]
  • Fitzpatrick, S., River, J. (2016). Making a case for the development of informal non-medical suicide intervention services. 2016 National Suicide Prevention Conference, Canberra.
  • River, J. (2016). Masculine taboos: Emotions and men's suicide. 2016 National Suicide Prevention Conference, Canberra.
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Fitzpatrick, S., Cox, K., River, J. (2016). The integration of formal and informal care provision: An exploratory study of the experiences of primary support persons of chemotherapy outpatients. ICIC16 � 16th International Conference on Integrated Care, Barcelona, Spain.

2015

  • River, J. (2015), Book Review: River, J. (2015) Theories of Suicide: Past Present and Future. British Journal of Guidance Counselling, 43(2), 245-247.
  • River, J. (2015). Life Stories of Suicidal Men – Understanding the relationship between health service response and suicidal men’s help seeking practices. National Suicide Prevention Conference, Hobart: Suicide Prevention Australia.
  • River, J. (2015). Life Stories of Suicidal Men. Understanding the Relationship between Health Service Response and Suicidal Men’s Help Seeking Practices. 2015 National Suicide Prevention Conference, Hobart: Suicide Prevention Australia.
  • River, J., Fisher, M. (2015). Theorized Life Histories: Masculinity and Male Suicide. In Mary de Chesnay (Eds.), Nursing Research Using Life History: Qualitative Designs and Methods in Nursing, (pp. 155-168). New York, USA: Springer Publishing Company.

2014

  • River, J., Fisher, M. (2014). Dying to be a man: Towards an understanding of the relationship between masculinity and male suicidal behaviour. Journal of Mens Health, 7(3), 285-285. [More Information]
  • River, J. (2014). Expanding our understanding of suicidal men’s help-seeking practices. Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 22(5), 34-34.
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Fethney, J., Cox, K., River, J. (2014). Improving management of chemotherapy side effects: implications for practice. Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) & International Society of Oral Oncology (ISOO): International Symposium on Supportive Care in Cancer 2010, Vancouver, Canada: Springer.
  • River, J. (2014). Suicide and Hegemonic Masculinity in Australian Men. In David Lester, John F. Gunn, Paul Quinnett (Eds.), Suicide in Men: How Men Differ from Women in Expressing Their Distress, (pp. 248-261). Springfield, IL, USA: Charles C. Thomas Publisher.

2013

  • Fisher, M., River, J. (2013). Men's Health Policy: moving beyond implicit understandings. 3rd International Public Health Nursing Conference: The Public Health Nursing Contribution to Primary Health Care, Galway, Ireland.

2012

  • River, J. (2012). Dying to be Men: Exploring the Relationship between Masculinity and Male Suicidal Behaviour. Advancing Excellence in Gender, Sex and Health Research 2012, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
  • Fisher, M., River, J. (2012). Men's health policy in Australia. Australian Nursing Journal, 20(5), 46-47. [More Information]
  • River, J. (2012). Suicidal masculinities: understanding the gendered nature of male suicide. Australian Nursing Journal, 20(5), 49-49.
  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Cox, K., Fitzpatrick, S., River, J., Fethney, J. (2012). The Experience of Providing Informal Support to Chemotherapy Outpatients: An Exploratory Study. 2nd Global Congress for Qualitative Health Research 2012: Engaging People in Health Promotion & Well Being-New opportunities and challenges for qualitative research, Milan, Italy: Vita e Pensiero.

2011

  • McKenzie, H., Hayes, L., White, K., Cox, K., Fethney, J., Boughton, M., River, J. (2011). Chemotherapy outpatients' unplanned presentations to hospital: A retrospective study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 19(7), 969-969. [More Information]

2010

  • McKenzie, H., White, K., Hayes, L., Cox, K., Boughton, M., Fethney, J., River, J., McLeod, J. (2010). A clinical Pathway intervention for chemotherapy outpatients: the role of community nurses. Royal College of Nursing Australia (RCNA) Community and Primary Health Care Nursing Conference 2010, Alice Springs, Australia.
  • McKenzie, H., Hayes, L., White, K., Cox, K., Fethney, J., Boughton, M., River, J. (2010). Chemotherapy outpatients' unplanned presentations to hospital: a retrospective study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 10.1007/s00520-010-0913-y, 1-7. [More Information]
  • McKenzie, H., Hayes, L., White, K., Cox, K., Fethney, J., River, J. (2010). Closing the circle of care for chemotherapy outpatients. 16th International Conference on Cancer Nursing 2010, Atlanta, USA: International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care.
  • River, J., Fisher, M. (2010). Dying to be a Man: Towards an Understanding of the Relationship between Masculinity and Male Suicidal Behaviour. 1st Global Conference - Suicide - A Makings Sense of: Project 2010, Prague, Czech Republic.

2009

  • McKenzie, H., Hayes, L., White, K., Cox, K., Boughton, M., Fethney, J., River, J. (2009). Closing the circle of care for chemotherapy outpatients. Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA) 12th Winter Congress 2009, Newcastle, Australia: Cancer Nurses Society of Australia.

2008

  • McKenzie, H., Cox, K., Hayes, L., White, K., Boughton, M., Fethney, J., River, J. (2008). Chemotherapy Outpatients' Unplanned Presentations to Hospital: A Retrospective Study. 2008 Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) 35th Annual Scientific Meeting, Sydney, Australia: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd.
  • River, J., Brown, L. (2008). Homeless older adults: Aging without place. Geriaction, 26(3), 5-11.

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