Dr Andrea McCloughen

PhD UWS, FACMHN MRCNA MSTT
Director Postgraduate Advanced Studies

Member of the Charles Perkins Centre

M02C - 88 Mallett Street - Building C
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9114 4085
Fax +61 2 9351 0679

Biographical details

Andrea is a Senior Lecturer Mental Health Nursing at the Susan Wakil School of Nursing and Midwifery. She holds leadership roles as Director Postgraduate Advanced Studies and Coordinator of Mental Health Nursing Postgraduate Advanced Studies. She is also Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Family-Based Mental Health Care, St Vincent's Hospitals Sydney. She is a well regarded nurse and researcher who is a Fellow of the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses, and one of the first nurses in Australia to be formally recognised as a Credentialled Mental Health Nurse. Her academic appointment followed a substantial clinical career in acute and rehabilitation mental health services, where she held senior positions as a Nurse Educator, Clinical Nurse Consultant and researcher. Andrea conducts clinical research using qualitative and mixed methods.

Research interests

Andrea is a qualitative clinical researcher, with a research profile in mental health and health services/health professional research, who has led or been a member of a range of nursing and interdisciplinary research teams. She is one of a key group of researchers contributing to the establishment of Open Dialogue, a need-adapted and recovery-focused approach to mental health care, recently introduced into Australia. She has a central role in researching Open Dialogue practices, examining its impacts, and training/educating health professionals to introduce Open Dialogue into their work. She leads multidisciplinary teams in longitudinal projects, using ethnographic case study and prospective focus group study methods.Other areas of research include knowledge and skill development in emotional intelligence strategies and emotion regulation in healthcare students and professionals. She also has an interest and research and publications in the area of physical health of young people with mental illness.

During her clinical career she has developed, implemented and evaluated multiple clinical tools and policies across an extensive public mental health service, which have led to substantial and sustained changes in diverse areas including clinical reporting, nursing handover, nursing management of patients who are nicotine dependent, care planning, and collaborative practice. She has been invited on advisory groups for the NSW Health and Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Office to develop clinical tools related to physical health management with mental health consumers, implemented State-wide

Current research projects include: examining the feasibility and impacts of Open Dialogue across a community mental health team; longitudinally exploring changes in the professional identity of health care professionals engaged with Open Dialogue; identifying how nursing students are socialised to develop emotion regulation strategies; and exploring the experiences of mental health consumers engaged in a research training program. Andrea is supervising PhD candidates undertaking mixed methods translational research projects in the emergency/trauma healthcare contexts, a qualitative inquiry of nursing clinical facilitation, and an examination of barriers to treatment for physical health conditions in people with schizophrenia.

Teaching and supervision

Teaching

Andrea coordinates and teaches units across the preregistration/undergraduate and postgraduate/specialty Masters programs. She teaches core subject areas of mental health nursing where she aims to be inclusive of humane approaches and social constructionist perspectives. She focuses on supporting nurses to work in recovery-oriented and resource-promoting ways.

She is significantly engaged in development, implementation and evaluation of pre-registration and postgraduate mental health nursing curricula.

HDR Supervision - Current Students:

Claire Hutchison (PhD Candidate) University of Sydney

Why do patients represent to the emergency department?

Joseph Pendon (PhD Candidate) University of Sydney

Clinical Facilitators and their lived world experience in assessment of student performance during clinical practicum. An ontological exploration.

Birgette Lerbaek (PhD Candidate) Aalborg University

Barriers for treatment of physical illness in persons suffering from schizophrenia

Supervision - Completed Students

Margaret Murphy (PhD) University of Sydney - Completed 2019

Investigating the Redesign Implementation Strategy of Simulated Multidisciplinary Trauma Team Training on Health Service and Patient Outcomes: An Embeded Experimental Mixed-methods Study.

Supervisiors: Kate Curtis (Research Supervisor) and Andrea McCloughen (Research Supervisor) [Co-Supervision Model]

Helen Goldsmith (PhD) University of Sydney - Completed 2018

The incidence, impact and experience of pain in recently discharged adult trauma patients: A convergent parallel mixed methods study.

Supervisors: Kate Curtis (Research Supervisor) and Andrea McCloughen (Research Supervisor) [Co-Supervision Model]

Rebecca Ogilvie (PhD) University of Sydney - Completed 2016

Major traumatic physical injury in young people during the initial six month injury trajectory: an explanatory mixed methods study.

Supervisors: Kate Curtis (Research Supervisor), Andrea McCloughen (Auxiliary Supervisor) and Kim Foster (Auxiliary Supervisor)

Current research students

Project title Research student
Why do patients represent to the Emergency Dept? A mixed methods inquiry. Claire HUTCHINSON

Current projects

Socialisation of Emotion Regulation Strategies in Pre-registration Nursing Students

This mixed-method study is a collaborative research project between Sydney Nursing School and Work and Organisation Studies, Sydney Business School. The primary aim of the study is to understand how nursing students develop effective emotion regulation strategies in response to organisational and professional requirements to manage their emotions with patients and other health professionals, during clinical placement.

Open Dialogue in Practice

Andrea is involved in several Open Dialogue-related research and education initiatives and is also interested in the positioning of peers within Open Dialogue. She is leading a study (ethnographic case study approach) that will examine the feasibility and acceptability of Open Dialogue (OD) by clients and staff of a community mental health service. The study aims to identify what type of institutional and family work contribute to an individual's trajectory through mental health systems; identify what OD looks like in practice; and explore how OD links with other therapeutic approaches to move an individual through a period of treatment. She is also leading a longitudinal study (prospective focus group study) examining how Open Dialogue training influences changes in professional identity and relationships for mental health professionals. This study is linked with a study in Denmark.

Associations

Australian College of Mental Health Nursing (ACMHN)

Fellow of ACMHN – invested 2009

Member since 2001

Past Chair and Vice Chair of Greater Western Sydney Branch of ACMHN

Past Executive Member of NSW Branch of ACMHN

Credentialled Mental Health Nurse

Australian College of Nursing

Member 1995-current

Sigma Theta Tau – Xi Omicron Chapter

Member 2003-current

Awards and honours

Phillipa Moore Publication Prize (College of Emergency Nursing Australasia)

Murphy, M., Curtis, K. & McCloughen, A. (2016). What is the impact of multidisciplinary team simulation training on team performance and efficiency of patient care? An integrative review. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, 19(1), 44-53.

Best Scientific Paper (Conference)

Ogilvie, R., Curtis, K., Palmer, C., Lam, M., McCloughen, A. & Foster, K. (Oct 2013). Incidence and patient outcomes of major traumatic injury managed in the Australian Capital Territory. 11th International Conference for Emergency Nurses. Melbourne, Australia.

Best Paper (Conference)

Ogilvie, R., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. & Foster, K. (Nov 2011). Surviving traumatic physical injury: a systematic synthesis of current knowledge. National Trauma Research Institute (NTRI) conference. Melbourne, Australia.

Best Research Paper (Conference)

McCloughen, A., Foster, K., Delgado, C. & Huws-Thomas, M. (Oct 2011). What is known about the physical health and wellbeing of emerging adults with mental illness? Australian College of Mental Health Nurses 37th Annual International Conference: Swimming Between the Flags. Gold Coast, Australia.

Keywords

Comorbid mental and physical disorder; Emotional intelligence; Mental health nursing; Interpersonal communication; Mentorship

Selected grants

2018

  • 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.

2015

  • Improving pain management in recently discharged adult trauma patients; Curtis K, McCloughen A, Goldsmith H; Motor Accidents Authority (NSW)/Project Support.

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Wilson, S., McCloughen, A., Parr, J., Jackson, D. (2019). "If you are homeless you are welcome here": Social obligations for the homeless and socially disadvantaged. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 28(15-16), 2721-2723. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2019). Facilitators and barriers to the clinical application of teamwork skills taught in multidisciplinary simulated Trauma Team Training. Injury, 50(5), 1147-1152. [More Information]
  • Hutchinson, C., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2019). Incidence, characteristics and outcomes of patients that return to Emergency Departments. An integrative review. Australasian Emergency Care, 22(1), 47-68. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2019). The impact of simulated multidisciplinary Trauma Team Training on team performance: A qualitative study. Australasian Emergency Care, 22(1), 1-7. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2019). Using theories of behaviour change to transition multidisciplinary trauma team training from the training environment to clinical practice. Implementation Science, 14(1), 1-14. [More Information]
  • Foster, K., Fethney, J., Kozlowski, D., Fois, R., Reza, F., McCloughen, A. (2018). Emotional intelligence and perceived stress of Australian pre-registration healthcare students: A multi-disciplinary cross-sectional study. Nurse Education Today, 66, 51-56. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2018). Enhancing the training of trauma resuscitation flash teams: A mixed methods study. Australasian Emergency Care, 21(4), 143-149. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2018). Nursing and pharmacy students' use of emotionally intelligent behaviours to manage challenging interpersonal situations with staff during clinical placement: A qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(13-14), 2699-2709. [More Information]
  • Bellingham, B., Buus, N., McCloughen, A., Dawson, L., Schweizer, R., Mikes-Liu, K., Peetz, A., Boydell, K., River, J. (2018). Peer work in Open Dialogue: A discussion paper. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27(5), 1574-1583. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., Curtis, K., Lam, M., Palmer, C., Hsu, J., McCloughen, A. (2018). Simulation-based multidisciplinary team training decreases time to critical operations for trauma patients. Injury, 49(5), 953-958. [More Information]
  • Goldsmith, H., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2018). The experience and understanding of pain management in recently discharged adult trauma patients: A qualitative study. Injury, 49(1), 110-116. [More Information]
  • Goldsmith, H., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2018). Using the trauma patient experience and evaluation of hospital discharge practices to inform practice change: A mixed methods study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(7-Aug), 1589-1598. [More Information]
  • Goldsmith, H., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2017). Effective pain management in recently discharged adult trauma patients: Identifying patient and system barriers, a prospective exploratory study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 26(23-24), 4548-4557. [More Information]
  • Goldsmith, H., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2017). Incidence, intensity, and impact of pain in recently discharged adult Trauma patients: An exploratory study. Journal of Trauma Nursing, 24(2), 102-109. [More Information]
  • Goldsmith, H., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2016). Analgesic Adherence in Recently Discharged Trauma Patients: An Integrative Literature Review. Pain Management Nursing, 17(1), 63-79. [More Information]
  • Foster, K., McPhee, I., Fethney, J., McCloughen, A. (2016). Outcomes of the ON FIRE peer support programme for children and adolescents in families with mental health problems. Child and Family Social Work, 21(3), 295-306. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K., Kerley, D., Delgado, C., Turnell, A. (2016). Physical health and well-being: Experiences and perspectives of young adult mental health consumers. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 25(4), 299-307. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Foster, K., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2016). The injury trajectory for young people 16-24 years in the six months following injury: A mixed methods study. Injury, 47(9), 1966-1974. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2016). What is the impact of multidisciplinary team simulation training on team performance and efficiency of patient care? An integrative review. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, 19(1), 44-53. [More Information]
  • Foster, K., McCloughen, A., Delgado, C., Kefalas, C., Harkness, E. (2015). Emotional intelligence education in pre-registration nursing programmes: An integrative review. Nurse Education Today, 35(3), 510-517. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Foster, K., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2015). Family members' experience of providing support for young people with traumatic physical injury during the acute hospital phase of care: A qualitative study. Injury, 46(9), 1834-1840. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K., Marabong, N., Miu, D., Fethney, J. (2015). Physical Health Risk Behaviours in Young People with Mental Illness. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36(10), 781-790. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Foster, K., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2015). Young peoples' experience and self-management in the six months following major injury: A qualitative study. Injury, 46(9), 1841-1847. [More Information]
  • Foster, K., Lewis, P., McCloughen, A. (2014). Experiences of Peer Support for Children and Adolescents Whose Parents and Siblings Have Mental Illness. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 27(2), 61-67. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Curtis, K., Palmer, C., Lam, M., McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2014). Incidence and outcomes of major trauma patients managed in the Australian Capital Territory. ANZ Journal of Surgery, 84(6), 433-437. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2014). Journey to become a nurse leader mentor: Past, present and future influences. Nursing Inquiry, 21(4), 301-310. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Curtis, K., Lam, M., McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2014). The burden of youth: major traumatic injury in adolescents and young adults managed in the Australian capital territory. Journal of Trauma Nursing, 21(5), 218-227.
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K., Huws-Thomas, M., Delgado, C. (2012). Physical health and wellbeing of emerging and young adults with mental illness: an integrative review of international literature. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 21(3), 274-288. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K., Foster, K. (2012). The experience of surviving life-threatening injury: a qualitative synthesis. International Nursing Review, 59(3), 312-320. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Gillies, D., O'Brien, L. (2011). Collaboration Between Mental Health Consumers and Nurses: Shared Understandings, Dissimilar Experiences. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 20(1), 47-55. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2011). Nurse Leader Mentor as a Mode of Being: Findings From an Australian Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 43(1), 97-104. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2011). Weight gain associated with taking psychotropic medication: An integrative review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 20(3), 202-222. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2010). More than vision: imagination as an elemental characteristic of being a nurse leader-mentor. Advances in Nursing Science, 33(4), 285-296. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2009). Esteemed connection: creating a mentoring relationship for nurse leadership. Nursing Inquiry, 16(4), 326-336. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O’Brien, L., Gillies, D., McSherry, C. (2008). Nursing handover within mental health rehabilitation: an exploratory study of practice and perception. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 17(4), 287-295. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L. (2006). Interagency collaborative research projects: Illustrating potential problems, and finding solutions in the nursing literature. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 15(3), 171-180. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2006). Positioning mentorship within Australian nursing contexts: A literature review. Contemporary Nurse, 23(1), 120-134. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L. (2005). Development of a mentorship programme for new graduate nurses in mental health. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 14, 276-284. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Ogilvie, R., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K., Foster, K. (2014). Surviving traumatic physical injury: a systematic synthesis of current knowledge. 15th European Congress of Trauma & Emergency Surgery (ESTES) & 2nd World Trauma Congress (WCTC) 2014, Frankfurt, Germany: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  • Ogilvie, R., Curtis, K., Palmer, C., Lam, M., McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2013). Incidence and outcomes of major traumatic injury in he Australian Capital Territory. Canberra Health Annual Research Meeting (CHARM) 2013, Canberra, Australia.

2019

  • Wilson, S., McCloughen, A., Parr, J., Jackson, D. (2019). "If you are homeless you are welcome here": Social obligations for the homeless and socially disadvantaged. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 28(15-16), 2721-2723. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2019). Facilitators and barriers to the clinical application of teamwork skills taught in multidisciplinary simulated Trauma Team Training. Injury, 50(5), 1147-1152. [More Information]
  • Hutchinson, C., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2019). Incidence, characteristics and outcomes of patients that return to Emergency Departments. An integrative review. Australasian Emergency Care, 22(1), 47-68. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2019). The impact of simulated multidisciplinary Trauma Team Training on team performance: A qualitative study. Australasian Emergency Care, 22(1), 1-7. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2019). Using theories of behaviour change to transition multidisciplinary trauma team training from the training environment to clinical practice. Implementation Science, 14(1), 1-14. [More Information]

2018

  • Foster, K., Fethney, J., Kozlowski, D., Fois, R., Reza, F., McCloughen, A. (2018). Emotional intelligence and perceived stress of Australian pre-registration healthcare students: A multi-disciplinary cross-sectional study. Nurse Education Today, 66, 51-56. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2018). Enhancing the training of trauma resuscitation flash teams: A mixed methods study. Australasian Emergency Care, 21(4), 143-149. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2018). Nursing and pharmacy students' use of emotionally intelligent behaviours to manage challenging interpersonal situations with staff during clinical placement: A qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(13-14), 2699-2709. [More Information]
  • Bellingham, B., Buus, N., McCloughen, A., Dawson, L., Schweizer, R., Mikes-Liu, K., Peetz, A., Boydell, K., River, J. (2018). Peer work in Open Dialogue: A discussion paper. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27(5), 1574-1583. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., Curtis, K., Lam, M., Palmer, C., Hsu, J., McCloughen, A. (2018). Simulation-based multidisciplinary team training decreases time to critical operations for trauma patients. Injury, 49(5), 953-958. [More Information]
  • Goldsmith, H., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2018). The experience and understanding of pain management in recently discharged adult trauma patients: A qualitative study. Injury, 49(1), 110-116. [More Information]
  • Goldsmith, H., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2018). Using the trauma patient experience and evaluation of hospital discharge practices to inform practice change: A mixed methods study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(7-Aug), 1589-1598. [More Information]

2017

  • Goldsmith, H., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2017). Effective pain management in recently discharged adult trauma patients: Identifying patient and system barriers, a prospective exploratory study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 26(23-24), 4548-4557. [More Information]
  • Goldsmith, H., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2017). Incidence, intensity, and impact of pain in recently discharged adult Trauma patients: An exploratory study. Journal of Trauma Nursing, 24(2), 102-109. [More Information]

2016

  • Goldsmith, H., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2016). Analgesic Adherence in Recently Discharged Trauma Patients: An Integrative Literature Review. Pain Management Nursing, 17(1), 63-79. [More Information]
  • Foster, K., McPhee, I., Fethney, J., McCloughen, A. (2016). Outcomes of the ON FIRE peer support programme for children and adolescents in families with mental health problems. Child and Family Social Work, 21(3), 295-306. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K., Kerley, D., Delgado, C., Turnell, A. (2016). Physical health and well-being: Experiences and perspectives of young adult mental health consumers. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 25(4), 299-307. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Foster, K., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2016). The injury trajectory for young people 16-24 years in the six months following injury: A mixed methods study. Injury, 47(9), 1966-1974. [More Information]
  • Murphy, M., Curtis, K., McCloughen, A. (2016). What is the impact of multidisciplinary team simulation training on team performance and efficiency of patient care? An integrative review. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, 19(1), 44-53. [More Information]

2015

  • Foster, K., McCloughen, A., Delgado, C., Kefalas, C., Harkness, E. (2015). Emotional intelligence education in pre-registration nursing programmes: An integrative review. Nurse Education Today, 35(3), 510-517. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Foster, K., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2015). Family members' experience of providing support for young people with traumatic physical injury during the acute hospital phase of care: A qualitative study. Injury, 46(9), 1834-1840. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K., Marabong, N., Miu, D., Fethney, J. (2015). Physical Health Risk Behaviours in Young People with Mental Illness. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36(10), 781-790. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Foster, K., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K. (2015). Young peoples' experience and self-management in the six months following major injury: A qualitative study. Injury, 46(9), 1841-1847. [More Information]

2014

  • Foster, K., Lewis, P., McCloughen, A. (2014). Experiences of Peer Support for Children and Adolescents Whose Parents and Siblings Have Mental Illness. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 27(2), 61-67. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., Curtis, K., Palmer, C., Lam, M., McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2014). Incidence and outcomes of major trauma patients managed in the Australian Capital Territory. ANZ Journal of Surgery, 84(6), 433-437. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2014). Journey to become a nurse leader mentor: Past, present and future influences. Nursing Inquiry, 21(4), 301-310. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K., Foster, K. (2014). Surviving traumatic physical injury: a systematic synthesis of current knowledge. 15th European Congress of Trauma & Emergency Surgery (ESTES) & 2nd World Trauma Congress (WCTC) 2014, Frankfurt, Germany: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  • Ogilvie, R., Curtis, K., Lam, M., McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2014). The burden of youth: major traumatic injury in adolescents and young adults managed in the Australian capital territory. Journal of Trauma Nursing, 21(5), 218-227.

2013

  • Ogilvie, R., Curtis, K., Palmer, C., Lam, M., McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2013). Incidence and outcomes of major traumatic injury in he Australian Capital Territory. Canberra Health Annual Research Meeting (CHARM) 2013, Canberra, Australia.

2012

  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K., Huws-Thomas, M., Delgado, C. (2012). Physical health and wellbeing of emerging and young adults with mental illness: an integrative review of international literature. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 21(3), 274-288. [More Information]
  • Ogilvie, R., McCloughen, A., Curtis, K., Foster, K. (2012). The experience of surviving life-threatening injury: a qualitative synthesis. International Nursing Review, 59(3), 312-320. [More Information]

2011

  • McCloughen, A., Gillies, D., O'Brien, L. (2011). Collaboration Between Mental Health Consumers and Nurses: Shared Understandings, Dissimilar Experiences. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 20(1), 47-55. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2011). Nurse Leader Mentor as a Mode of Being: Findings From an Australian Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 43(1), 97-104. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., Foster, K. (2011). Weight gain associated with taking psychotropic medication: An integrative review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 20(3), 202-222. [More Information]

2010

  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2010). More than vision: imagination as an elemental characteristic of being a nurse leader-mentor. Advances in Nursing Science, 33(4), 285-296. [More Information]

2009

  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2009). Esteemed connection: creating a mentoring relationship for nurse leadership. Nursing Inquiry, 16(4), 326-336. [More Information]

2008

  • McCloughen, A., O’Brien, L., Gillies, D., McSherry, C. (2008). Nursing handover within mental health rehabilitation: an exploratory study of practice and perception. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 17(4), 287-295. [More Information]

2006

  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L. (2006). Interagency collaborative research projects: Illustrating potential problems, and finding solutions in the nursing literature. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 15(3), 171-180. [More Information]
  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L., Jackson, D. (2006). Positioning mentorship within Australian nursing contexts: A literature review. Contemporary Nurse, 23(1), 120-134. [More Information]

2005

  • McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L. (2005). Development of a mentorship programme for new graduate nurses in mental health. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 14, 276-284. [More Information]

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