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#OralHealth project – Publications on Results

Update: The following paper has now been accepted to the journal 'Applied Nursing Research' on 22nd October 2015. Hilton, S., Sheppard, J. J., & Hemsley, B. (Accepted 22 Oct 2015) Feasibility of Implementing Oral Health Guidelines in Residential Care Settings: Views of Nursing Staff and Residential Care Workers. Applied Nursing Research. The findings are also displayed... Continue Reading →

New NHMRC Project Grant Awarded on the PCEHR in Australia – Communication Disability

In October 2013 the Australian Government announced awarding of a 3-year project grant NHMRC to Dr. Bronwyn Hemsley, Prof. Susan Balandin, A/Prof. Andrew Georgiou, and Dr. Sophie Hill (Chief Investigators) and associate investigators, entitled "The Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record: Charting the Course for Successful Healthcare Transitions for Young Adults with Communication Disabilities." This 3... Continue Reading →

Abstract Accepted: Australasian Cochrane Centre Symposium Nov 2013

Abstract accepted to the Australasian Cochrane Centre Symposium, Melbourne November 20-11 2013. http://www.cochrane.org.au/symposium/index.php   Title: A qualitative metasynthesis of patient safety, patient communication, and health information exchange for patients with communication disabilities in hospital B HEMSLEY PhD1, S BALANDIN PhD2, A GEORGIOU PhD3 S HILL PhD4 1 The University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia; 2Victoria University,... Continue Reading →

#CommTog2013 Provisional Program for the ‘Communicating Together’ Speech Pathology Research Symposium

Disseminating Research Outcomes / Building a Research Agenda / Research Capacity Building I am convening the forthcoming 'Communicating Together' Speech Pathology Research Symposium 2-4 Dec 2013 PROVISIONAL PROGRAM OF PAPERS 4 Sept 2013 Please see attached information 'provisional program' is of all of the Keynotes and Papers, subject to change with final program released by 1... Continue Reading →

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