Professor Debra Jackson PhD FACN

Director of OxINMAHR & Professor of Nursing

Professor Debra Jackson PhD FACN is Director of the Oxford Institute of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Research (OxINMAHR); Professor of Nursing in the Faculty of Health & Life Sciences; Professor, Nursing Research at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and visiting Professor for Health Education England - Thames Valley.  She has been a full professor since 2005, and prior to her appointment at Oxford Brookes University, worked in the Faculty of Health at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) in Australia.

She is a committed and experienced mentor and supervisor of developing researchers, scholars and leaders. Professor Jackson is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Xi Omicron). She leads research programs in adolescent and family health, with a particular focus on parenting; and workforce development and adversity with a particular focus on leadership and workplace culture. A key objective of her work is to enhance the well-being of vulnerable and socially marginalised groups and through the development of sustainable and culturally sensitive supportive interventions.

Professor Jackson is an experienced writing mentor and coach and has published widely, with over 350 publications including journal articles, books and book chapters. She has co-edited three widely used text books, two of which are into their 3rd editions. She is Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Clinical Nursing and sits on the Editorial Boards of Journal of Child Health Care, Nursing Inquiry, and Nursing and Health Science. In 2016, Professor Jackson was named as a Principal Fellow, NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC/BRU); awarded in recognition of the quality and volume of her internationally excellent research, and outstanding and sustained contribution, to translational clinical research.  

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Australian College of Nursing (Fellow)
  • Drug & Alcohol Nurses of Australasia (DANA)
  • Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
  • International Academic Nursing Alliance (IANA) Advisory Council (invited) for the 2013-2015 biennium
  • International Council on Women’s Health Issues (ICOWHI)
  • International Family Nurses Association (IFNA)
  • International Network of Doctoral Education in Nursing (INDEN)
  • International Network of Nurse Editors (INANE)
  • International Society of Managing and Technical Editors (ISMTE)
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Xi Omicron)

Teaching/Research interests

Case study, feminist research, survey methods, health services management (including Nursing management), leadership, mental health, mixed methods, nursing education and practice, paediatric, child and adolescent nursing, story telling, women's, community and family health

Selected Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

2016

Halcomb, E, Jackson, D, Daly, J, Gray,J, Salamonson, Y, Andrew, S, & Peters, K . (2016). Insights on leadership from early career nurse academics: findings from a mixed methods study, Journal of Nursing Management. 2016, 24, E155–E163

Hutchinson, M. & Jackson, D. (2016). Intentional rounding, unpacking the ritual, routine and evidence impasse, Journal of Clinical Nursing. 25(1-2):5-7.

Jackson, D., Hutchinson, M. & Wilson, S. (2016), Editorial: In defence of patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing. doi: 10.1111/jocn.13273 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jocn.13273/abstract

McDermid, F., Peters, K., Daly, J. & Jackson, D. (2016).Developing resilience: stories from novice nurse academics. Nurse Education Today, 38:29-35.

Messum, D., Wilkes, LM., Jackson, D & Peters, K. (2016). Employability skills in health services management: perceptions of recent graduates, Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 11(1):25-32.

Rolls K, Hansen M, Jackson D, Elliott D. (2016). Why we belong: a study protocol exploring membership of an intensive care virtual community via online focus groups. JMIR Res Protoc. doi:10.2196/resprot.5323 http://dx.doi.org/10.2196/resprot.5323

 

Pascale Blakey, E. & Jackson,  D. (2016). Reflections on being a new nurse: 10 insights after four weeks as a registered nurse, Journal of Clinical Nursing. doi:10.1111/jocn.13310  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jocn.13310/full

Peters, K., Cunningham, C., Murphy, G., and Jackson, D. (2016) Helpful and unhelpful responses after suicide: Experiences of bereaved family members. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, doi: 10.1111/inm.12224.

Weir-Hughes, D. & Jackson, D. (2016), Magnet recognition in the United Kingdom: recognising international evidence or remaining in splendid isolation?. Journal of Nursing Management, 24: 137–138.

 

2015

Allen, E., Jackson, D. & Elliott, D. (2015). Exploring interprofessional practices in rapid response systems, a case study protocol', Nurse Researcher, 22(3) 20-27.

Anuruang, S., Davidson, PM., Jackson, D. & Hickman, L. (2015). Strategies to enhance recruitment of rural dwelling older people with hypertension into community-based randomised controlled trials study. Nurse Researcher. 23(1):40-43.

Babatunde-Sowole, O., Jackson, D, Davidson, PM. & Power, T. (2015) Coming to a strange land’, the West African migrant women’s establishment of home and family in a new culture within Australia. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. DOI,10.1177/1043659615574553

Cleary, M., Usher, K. & Jackson, D. (2015). Money, money, money: not so funny in the research world. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 24 (5-6), 611-613.

Cleary, M., Escott, P., Walter, G., Horsfall, J. & Jackson, D. (2015). “Keeping the peace”: relevance of the concept for mental health nursing, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36:737-739.

Daly, J., Jackson, D., Rumsey, M., Patterson, M. & Davidson, PM. (2015) Building nursing leadership capacity, An Australian snapshot. Nurse Leader. 13(5):36–39.

East, L., Jackson, D., O'Brien, L. & Peters, K. (2015), Being diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI), sources of support for young women, Contemporary Nurse, 50(1), 50-57.

Ferguson, C., Moorley, C. & Jackson, D. (2015). Eight reasons why every doctoral student should have a Twitter account,Advances in Nursing Doctoral Education and Research (ANDER). 3(1):15-19.

Ferguson, C., Davidson, PM, Scott, PJ., Jackson. D., Hickman L. (2015). Augmented reality, virtual reality and gaming: An integral part of nursing Contemporary Nurse.17:1-7.

Forber, J., DiGiacomo, M., Davidson, PM., Carter, B. & Jackson, D. (2015)  The context, influences and challenges for undergraduate nurse clinical education, Continuing the dialogue. Nurse Education Today. DOI, 10.1016/j.nedt.2015.07.006.

Green, J., Darbyshire, P., Adams, A. & Jackson, D. (2015). Desperately seeking parenthood, Neonatal nurses reflect on parental anguish, Journal of Clinical Nursing. 34(13-14),1885–1894.

Green, J., Darbyshire, P., Adams, A. & Jackson, D. (2015). The myth of the miracle baby, How neonatal nurses interpret media accounts of babies of extreme prematurity, Nursing Inquiry, 22(3), 273–28.

Green, J., Darbyshire, P., Adams, A. & Jackson, D. (2015). A burden of knowledge: A qualitative study of experiences of neonatal intensive care nurses when keeping information from parents. Journal of Child Health Care. DOI:1367493514530957.

Green, J., Jackson, D. & Darbyshire, P. (2015). It's agony for us as well, Iatrogenic pain and extremely premature infants.Nursing Ethics. doi: 10.1177/0969733014558968

Halcomb. EJ., Jackson, D., Daly, J., Gray, J., Salamonson, Y., Andrew, S & Peters, K. (2015).  Insights on leadership from early career nurse academics, findings from a mixed methods study, Journal of Nursing Management. DOI: 10.1111/jonm.12317.

Hayes, C., Jackson, D., Davidson, PM. & Power, T. (2015). Nurse Interrupted, Development of a realistic medication administration simulation for undergraduate nurses. Nurse Education Today. DOI,10.1016/j.nedt.2015.07.002

Hayman, B., Wilkes, B., Halcomb, L & Jackson, D. (2015). Lesbian Women Choosing Motherhood, The Journey to Conception. Journal of GLBT Family Studies. 11(4): 395-409.

Hutchinson, M. & Jackson, D. (2015). The construction and legitimation of workplace bullying in the public sector, Insight into power dynamics and organisational failures in health and social care. Nursing Inquiry, 22, 1326.

Hutchinson, M., Daly, J., Usher, K. & Jackson, D. (2015). Leadership when there are no easy answers, applying leader moral courage to wicked problems, Journal of Clinical Nursing. DOI, 10.1111/jocn.12968

Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D.. Daly, J. & Usher, K. (2015). Distilling the Antecedents and Enabling Dynamics of Leader Moral Courage: A Framework to Guide Action, Issues in Mental Health Nursing 36(5): 326-335.

Innes, K., Jackson, D, Plummer, V. & Elliott, D. (2015) Care of patients in emergency department waiting rooms – an integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing. doi, 10.1111/jan.12719

Jackson, D. Peters, K. & Murphy, G. (2015). Suicide of a close family member through the eyes of a child: a narrative case study report. Journal of Child Health Care. 19(4):495-503.

Jackson, D. Hutchinson, M. & Waine, M. (2015). Virtual resonance and the animation of published research: blogs as a means to facilitate researcher feedback and stakeholder engagement. Nurse Researcher, 22 (3), 41-47..

Jackson, D., Peters, K., Andrew, S., Daly, J., Gray,  J. & Halcomb,E. (2015). Walking alongside: a qualitative study of the experiences

and perceptions of academic nurse mentors supporting early career nurse academics, Contemporary Nurse, 51(1):69-82.

Messum, D., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2015). What employability skills are required of new health managers? Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 10(1).

Murphy, G., Peters, K., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2015). Adult Children of Parents with Mental Illness, Navigating Stigma,Child and Family Social Work. DOI, 10.1111/cfs.12246

Murphy, G., Peters, K., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2015). Childhood Parental Mental Illness, Living with Fear and Mistrust,Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 36(4),294-299.

Perrone, L., Vickers, MH. & Jackson, D. (2015). Financial Independence as an Alternative to Work, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 27(3),195-211.

Power, T., Jackson, D., Carter, B. & Weaver, R. (2015) Misunderstood as mothers, Women’s stories of being hospitalised for illness in the post-partum period. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 71 (2), 370-80.

Power, T., Virdun, C., Sherwood, J., Parker, N., Van Balen, J., Gray, J. & Jackson, D. (2015). 'REM', A collaborative framework for building Indigenous cultural competence. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. doi: 10.1177/1043659615587589

Salamonson, Y., Everett, B., Halcomb, E., Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D., Mannix, J., Peters, K. & Weaver, R. (2015). Unravelling the complexities of nursing students' feedback on the clinical learning environment: A mixed methods approach.Nurse Education Today, 35(1), 206-211.

Singh, C., Cross, W. & Jackson, D. (2015). Staff Burnout – A Comparative Study of Metropolitan and Rural Mental Health Nurses within Australia. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 36(7):528-537.

Trajkovski, S., Schmied, V., Vickers, M. & Jackson, D. (2015). Using appreciative inquiry to bring neonatal nurses and parents together to enhance family centred care: A collaborative workshop. Journal of Child Health Care. 19(2):239-53.

Wilkes, L., Daly, J., Cross, W. & Jackson, D. (2015). A repertoire of leadership attributes: An international study of deans of nursing. Journal of Nursing Management. 23(3):270-286.

Wyer, M., Jackson, D., Iedema, R., Hor, S-Y., Gilbert, G., Jorm, C., O’Sullivan, M. & Carroll, K. (2015). Involving patients in understanding hospital infection control using visual methods, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24(11-12):1718-1729.

Wyer, M., Iedema, R., Jorm, C., Hor, S-Y, Hooker, C., Jackson. D., Hughes, C.,  O’Sullivan, M. & Gilbert, G.  (2015). Should I stay or should I go? Patient experiences of and responses to source-isolation practices, Patient Experience Journal. 2(2): Article 9. Available at: http://pxjournal.org/journal/vol2/iss2/9

2014

Anuruang, S., Hickman, L., Jackson, D., Dharmendra, T., Van Balen, J. & Davidson, P. (2014) Community based interventions to promote self-management: an integrative review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 23(15-16), 2110-20.

Daly, J., Jackson, D., Mannix, J., Davidson, P. & Hutchinson, M. (2014). The importance of clinical leadership in the hospital setting. Journal of Healthcare Leadership, 6, 75-83.

Davidson, P. M., Newton, P. J., Ferguson, C., Daly, J., Elliott, D., Homer, C., Duffield, C. & Jackson, D. (2014). Rating and ranking the role of bibliometrics and webometrics in nursing and midwifery. The Scientific World Journal, 2014(Article ID 135812, 6 pages).

Dawson, A., Pritchard, C., Dean, S. & Jackson, D. (2014). Towards Gender-responsive, Trauma-informed Care for Substance Use Disorders and PTSD: Evidence to Inform Non-government Services in Australia. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social and Community Studies, 8(1), 67-91.

East, L., Jackson, D., Power, T., Woods, A., & Hutchinson, M. (2014). Growing up without a father: Narratives from adult men (abstract). International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 23(Supplement 1), p 9.

East, L., Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D., Power, T. & Woods, A. (2014). "Holes in my memories": a qualitative study of men affected by father absence. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 35(8), 604-612.

Ferguson, C. & Jackson, D. (2014). If it's posted, is it published? Intellectual property, conferences and social media. Collegian, 21(1), 79-80.

Green, J. & Jackson, D. (2014). Mentoring: Some cautionary notes for the nursing profession. Contemporary Nurse. 47(1-2), 79-87.

Green, J., Wylie, A. & Jackson, D. (2014). Electronic portfolios in nursing education: a review of the literature. Nurse Education in Practice, 14(1), 4-8.

Green, J., Wylie, A. & Jackson, D. (2014). Literature review: Social networking for nurse education: Possibilities, perils and pitfalls. Contemporary Nurse, 47(1-2).

Green, J., Wylie, A. & Jackson, D. (2014). Virtual worlds: A new frontier for nurse education. Collegian, 21(2), 135-141.

Hayes, C., Power, T., Davidson, P. M. & Jackson, D. (2014). Interruptions and medication: Is 'Do not disturb' the answer? Contemporary Nurse, 47(1-2), 3-6.

Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D., East, L. & Stasa, H. (2014). Deriving consensus on the characteristics of advanced practice nursing: A meta-summary of more than two decades of research. Nursing Research, 62(2), 116-128.

Hutchinson, M. & Jackson, D. (2014). Troubling fragments and small stories: An analysis of public commentary on nursing through a web blog. Collegian, 21(2), 81-88.

Jackson, D., Hickman, L., Power, C., Disler, R., Potgieter, I., Deek, H. & Davidson, P. (2014). Small group learning: graduate health students' views of challenges and benefits. Contemporary Nurse, 48(1), 117-128.

Jackson, D., Wilkes, L. & Luck, L. (2014). Cues that predict physical violence in the hospital setting: Findings from an observational study. Collegian, 21(1), 65-70.

Jackson, D., Wilkes, L., Waine, M. & Luck, L. (2014). Determining the frequency, kinds and cues of violence displayed by patients in an acute older person ward environment: Findings from an observational study. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 9(4), 317-323.

McDermid, F., Peters, K., Jackson, D., Daly, J. (2014). Conducting qualitative research in the context of pre-existing peer and collegial relationships. Nurse Researcher, 21(5):28-33.

O'Reilly, R., Wilkes, L., Luck, L. & Jackson, D. (2014), 'Being parents and workers: Qualitative insights from child protection workers', Child Abuse Review, vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 311-23.

Usher, K., Woods, C., Glass, N., Wilson, R., Mayner, L., Jackson, D., Brown, J., Duffy, E., Mather, C., Cummings, E. & Irwin, P. (2014). Australian health professions student use of social media. Collegian, 21(2), 95-101.

2013

Blythe, S. L., Halcomb, E., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2013). Caring for vulnerable children: Challenges of mothering in the Australian foster care system. Contemporary Nurse, 44(1), 87-98.

Blythe, S. L., Wilkes, L., Halcomb, E. & Jackson, D. (2013). Perceptions of long-term female foster carers: I'm not a carer, I'm a mother. The British Journal of Social Work, 43(6), 1056-1072.

Cleary, M., Horsfall, J., Jackson, D., Muthulakshmi, P. & Hunt, G. E. (2013). Recent graduate nurse views of nursing, work and leadership. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(19-20), 2904-2911.

Cleary, M., Horsfall, J., Muthulakshmi, P. & Jackson, D. (2013). A good day in nursing: Views of recent Singaporean graduates. Contemporary Nurse, 45(1), 131-138.

Cleary, M., Jackson, D., Watson, R. & Chan, S. W. C. (2013). Quality doctoral programmes: Views from the East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(7-8), 1198-1200.

Davidson, P., DiGiacomo, M. & Jackson, D. (2013) Enriching Doctoral Education with Student Diversity. Advances in Nursing Doctoral Education and Research 1( 1), 10-16.

Dawson, A. & Jackson, D. (2013). The primary health care service experiences and needs of homeless youth: A narrative synthesis of current evidence. Contemporary Nurse, 44(1), 62-75.

Dawson, A., Brookes, L., Carter, D., Larman, G. & Jackson, D. (2013). Stigma, health and incarceration: Turning the tide for children with a parent in prison. Journal of Child Health Care, 17(1), 3-5.

Hayman, B., Wilkes, L., Halcomb, E. & Jackson, D. (2013). Marginalised mothers: Lesbian women negotiating heteronormative healthcare services. Contemporary Nurse, 44(1), 120-127.

Hayman, B., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Halcomb, E. (2013). De Novo Lesbian Families: Legitimizing the Other Mother. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 9, 273-287.

Hayter, M., Haigh, C. & Jackson, D. (2013). Representations of sexuality: a snapshot of five years of scholarship in the Journal of Clinical Nursing. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(23-24), 3237-3238.

Hunt, G. E., Jackson, D., Watson, R. & Cleary, M. (2013). A citation analysis of nurse education journals using various bibliometric indicators. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(7), 1441-1445.

Hutchinson, M. & Jackson, D. (2013). Hostile clinician behaviours in the nursing work environment and implications for patient care: a mixed-methods systematic review. BMC Nursing, 12(25), 1-12.

Hutchinson, M. & Jackson, D. (2013). Transformational leadership in nursing: Towards a more critical interpretation. Nursing Inquiry, 20(1), 11-22.

Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D., Haigh, C. & Hayter, M. (2013). Five years of scholarship on violence, bullying and aggression towards nurses in the workplace: what have we learned? Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(7-8), 903-905.

Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D., Walter, G. & Cleary, M. (2013). Coercion and the corruption of care in mental health nursing: Lessons from a case study. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 34(6), 476-480.

Jackson, D., Hutchinson, M., Luck, L. & Wilkes, L. (2013). Mosaic of verbal abuse experienced by nurses in their everyday work. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(9), 2066-2075.

Jackson, D., Hutchinson, M., Peters, K., Luck, L. & Saltman, D. C. (2013). Understanding avoidant leadership in health care: Findings from a secondary analysis of two qualitative studies. Journal of Nursing Management, 21(3), 572-580.

Jackson, D., Power, T., Sherwood, J. & Geia, L. (2013). Amazingly resilient Indigenous people! Using Transformative Learning to facilitate positive student engagement with sensitive material. Contemporary Nurse, 46(1), 105-112.

Mannix, J., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2013) Marking out the clinical expert/ clinical leader /clinical scholar: Perspectives from nurses in the clinical arena. BMC Nursing 12(12).

McDermid, F., Peters, K., Daly, J. & Jackson, D. (2013). ‘I thought I was just going to teach’: Stories of new nurse academics on transitioning from sessional teaching to continuing academic positions. Contemporary Nurse, 45(1), 46-55.

McDonald, G., Jackson, D., Wilkes, L. & Vickers, M. (2013). Personal resilience in nurses and midwives: Effects of a work-based educational intervention. Contemporary Nurse, 45(1), 134-143.

Ogunsiji, O., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Peters, K. (2013). Knowledge, attitudes and usage of cancer screening among West African migrant women. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(7-8), 1026-1033.

Peters, K. & Jackson, D. (2013). New graduate nursing unemployment: A threat to the future health care work force. Contemporary Nurse, 44(2), 130-132.

Peters, K., Murphy, G. & Jackson, D. (2013). Events Prior to Completed Suicide: Perspectives of Family Survivors. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 34(5), 309-316.

Saltman, D. C., Jackson, D., Newton, P. & Davidson, P. (2013). In pursuit of certainty: can the systematic review process deliver? BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 13:25.

Trajkovski, S., Schmied, V., Vickers, M. & Jackson, D. (2013). Implementing the 4D cycle of appreciate inquiry in health care: A methodological review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(6), 1224-1234.

Trajkovski, S., Schmied, V., Vickers, M. & Jackson, D. (2013). Using appreciative inquiry to transform health care. Contemporary Nurse, 45(1), 100-105.

Virdun, C., Gray, J., Sherwood, J., Power, T., Phillips, A., Parker, N. & Jackson, D. (2013). Working together to make Indigenous health care curricula everybody’s business: a graduate attribute teaching innovation report. Contemporary Nurse, 46(1), 97-104.

Weaver, R., Salamonson, Y., Koch, J. & Jackson, D. (2013). Nursing on television: student perceptions of television's role in public image, recruitment and education. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(12), 2635–2643.

Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2013). Enabling research cultures in nursing: Insights from a multi-disciplinary group of experienced researchers. Nurse Researcher, 20(4), 28-34.

Wilkes, L., Mannix, J. & Jackson, D. (2013). Practicing nurses perspectives of clinical scholarship: a qualitative study. BMC Nursing, 12(21)1-7.

2012

Blythe, S. L., Jackson, D., Halcomb, E. & Wilkes, L. (2012). The stigma of being a long-term foster carer. Journal of Family Nursing, 18(2), 234-260.

Carter, B., Jackson, D., Hayter, M. & Nyamathi, A. (2012). Children out of place: vulnerability and risk in the countryside? Contemporary Nurse, 42(2), 298-300.

Cleary, M., Deacon, M., Jackson, D., Andrew, S. & Chan, S. W. C. (2012). Stigma in mental illness: A continuing concern. Contemporary Nurse, 41(1), 48-50.

Cleary, M., Horsfall, J., Jackson, D. & Hunt, G. E. (2012). Ethical conduct in nurse education: Creating safe staff-student boundaries. Nurse Education Today, 32(3), 320-324.

Cleary, M., Horsfall, J., Jackson, D., O'Hara-Aarons, M. & Hunt, G. E. (2012). Patients' views and experiences of pro re nata medication in acute mental health settings. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 21(6), 533-539.

Cleary, M., Horsfall, J., O'Hara-Aarons, M., Jackson, D. & Hunt, G. E. (2012). Mental health nurses' perceptions of good work in an acute setting. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 21(5), 471-479.

Cleary, M., Horsfall, J., O'Hara-Aarons, M., Mannix, J., Jackson, D. & Hunt, G. E. (2012). Views and experiences of mental health nurses working with undergraduate assistants in nursing in an acute mental health setting. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 21(2), 184-190.

Dawson, A., Jackson, D. & Nyamathi, A. (2012). Children of incarcerated parents: Insights to addressing a growing public health concern in Australia. Children and Youth Services Review, 34(12), 2433-2441.

Dignam, D., Duffield, C., Stasa, H., Gray, J., Jackson, D. & Daly, J. (2012). Management and leadership in nursing: An Australian educational perspective. Journal of Nursing Management, 20(1), 65-71.

East, L., Jackson, D., O'Brien, L. & Peters, K. (2012). Stigma and stereotypes: Women and sexually transmitted infections. Collegian, 19(1), 15-21.

Elmir, R., Schmied, V., Jackson, D. & Wilkes, L. (2012). Between life and death: Women's experiences of coming close to death, and surviving a severe postpartum haemorrhage and emergency hysterectomy. Midwifery, 28(2), 228-235.

Elmir, R., Schmied, V., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2012). Separation, failure and temporary relinquishment: Women’s experiences of early mothering in the context of emergency hysterectomy. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(7-8), 1119-1127.

Hayman, B., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2012). Journaling: Identification of challenges and reflection on strategies. Nurse Researcher, 19(3), 27-31.

Hayman, B., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Halcomb, E. (2012). Exchange and equality during data collection: relationships through story sharing with lesbian mothers. Nurse Researcher, 19(4), 6-10.

Hayman, B., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Halcomb, E. (2012). Story-sharing as a method of data collection in qualitative research. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(1-2), 285-287.

Hayter, M., Jackson, D., Carter, B. & Nyamathi, A. (2012). The three developmental phases of addressing sexuality in nursing care: Where do we go from here? Contemporary Nurse, 42(2), 187-189.

Jackson, D., Hayter, M., Carter, B. & Nyamathi, A. (2012). Revisiting the concept of vulnerability: recognising strength and resilience in the context of risk and susceptibility. Contemporary Nurse, 42(2), 142-144.

Kelleher, L., Cleary, M. & Jackson, D. (2012). Compulsory participation in a child protection and family enhancement program: Mothers' experiences. Contemporary Nurse, 41(1), 101-110.

McDermid, F., Peters, K., Jackson, D. & Daly, J. (2012). Factors contributing to the shortage of nurse faculty: A review of the literature. Nurse Education Today, 32(5), 565-569.

McDonald, G., Jackson, D., Wilkes, L. & Vickers, M. (2012). A work-based educational intervention to support the development of personal resilience in nurses and midwives. Nurse Education Today, 32(4), 378-384.

Nyamathi, A., Jackson, D., Carter, B. & Hayter, M. (2012). Creating culturally-relevant and sustainable research strategies to meet the needs of vulnerable populations. Contemporary Nurse, 42(2), 243-246.

Ogunsiji, O., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Peters, K. (2012). Beginning again: West African women's experiences of being migrants in Australia. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 23(3), 279-286.

Ogunsiji, O., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Peters, K. (2012). Suffering and smiling: West African immigrant women's experience of intimate partner violence. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 11/12(1659-1665).

Power, T., Jackson, D., Weaver, R., Wilkes, L. & Carter, B. (2012). Autobiography as genre for qualitative data: A reservoir of experience for nursing research. Collegian, 19(1), 39-43.

Saltman, D. C., Kidd, M. R., Jackson, D. & Cleary, M. (2012). Transportability of tertiary qualifications and CPD: a continuing challenge for the global health workforce. BMC Medical Education, 12(51).

Trajkovski, S., Schmied, V., Vickers, M. & Jackson, D. (2012). Neonatal nurses' perspectives of family-centered care: a qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(17-18), 2477-2487.

Watson, R., Cleary, M., Jackson, D. & Hunt, G. E. (2012). Open access and online publishing: A new frontier in nursing? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(9), 1905-1908.

Weaver, R. & Jackson, D. (2012). Tragic heroes, moral guides and activists: Representations of maternal grief, child death and tragedy in Australian newspapers. Health Sociology Review, 21(4), 432-440.

Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Mannix, J. (2012). ‘I am going to be a dad’: Experiences and expectations of adolescent and young adult expectant fathers. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21(1-2), 180-188.

Wilkes, L., Jackson, D., Miranda, C. & Watson, R. (2012). The role of clinical trial nurses: An Australian perspective. Collegian, 19(4), 239-246.

2011

Cleary, M., Horsfall, J. & Jackson, D. (2011). The views of mental health nurses on continuing professional development. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20(23-24), 3561-3566.

Cleary, M., Horsfall, J., Mannix, J., O'Hara-Aarons, M. & Jackson, D. (2011). Valuing teamwork: Insights from newly-registered nurses working in specialist mental health services. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 20(6), 454-459.

Cleary, M., Walter, G. & Jackson, D. (2011). “Not Always Smooth Sailing”: Mental Health Issues Associated with the Transition from High School to College. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 32(4), 250-254.

East, L., Jackson, D., O'Brien, L. & Peters, K. (2011). Condom negotiation: Experiences of sexually active young women. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67(1), 77-85.

East, L., Peters, K., O'Brien, L. & Jackson, D. (2011). Healthcare experiences of women who have been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20(15-16), 2259-2265.

Edenborough, M., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Mannix, J. (2011). Development and validation of the child-to-mother violence scale. Nurse Researcher, 18(2), 63-76.

Elmir, R., Schmied, V., Jackson, D. & Wilkes, L. (2011). Interviewing people about potentially sensitive topics. Nurse Researcher, 19(1), 12-16.

Hayman, B., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Halcomb, E. (2011). Healthcare services and institutionalized homophobia: Experiences and safety strategies of lesbian parents. Journal of Women’s Health, 20(3), 465-466.

Hunt, G. E., Cleary, M., Jackson, D., Watson, R. & Thompson, D. R. (2011). Citation analysis - focus on leading Australian nurse authors. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20(23-24), 3273-3275.

Jackson, D., Hutchinson, M., Peters, K., Everett, B., Mannix, J., Weaver, R. & Salamonson, Y. (2011). Struggling for legitimacy: Nursing students' stories of organisational aggression, resilience and resistance. Nursing Inquiry, 18(2), 102-110.

Jackson, D., Peters, K., Andrew, S., Salamonson, Y. & Halcomb, E. J. (2011). "If you haven't got a PhD, you're not going to get a job": The PhD as a hurdle to continuing academic employment in nursing. Nurse Education Today, 31 (4), 340-344.

Jackson, D., Peters, K., Hutchinson, M., Edenborough, M., Luck, L. & Wilkes, L. (2011). Exploring confidentiality in the context of nurse whistle blowing: Issues for nurse managers. Journal of Nursing Management, 19(5), 655-663.

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.

Messum, C., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2011). Employability skills: Essential requirements in health manager vacancy advertisements. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 6(2), 22-28.

Murphy, G., Peters, K., Jackson, D. & Wilkes, L. (2011). A qualitative meta-synthesis of adult children of parents with a mental illness. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20(23-24), 3430-3442.

O'Reilly, R., Luck, L., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2011). Child protection workers: What they do. International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, 5(1), 122-138.

Peters, K., Jackson, D., Andrew, S., Halcomb, E. & Salamonson, Y. (2011). Burden versus benefit: Continuing nurse academics' experiences of working with sessional teachers. Contemporary Nurse, 38(1-2), 35-44.

Peters, K., Jackson, D. & Rudge, T. (2011). Surviving the adversity of childlessness: Fostering resilience in couples. Contemporary Nurse, 40(1), 130-140.

Peters, K., Luck, L., Hutchinson, M., Wilkes, L., Andrew, S. & Jackson, D. (2011). The emotional sequelae of whistleblowing: Findings from a qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20(19-20), 2907-2914.

Power, T., Jackson, D., Carter, B. & Weaver, R. (2011). Social support for mothers in illness: A multifaceted phenomenon. Contemporary Nurse, 40(1), 27-40.

Salamonson, Y., Andrew, S., Clauson, J., Cleary, M., Jackson, D. & Jacobs, S. (2011). Linguistic diversity as sociodemographic predictor of nursing program progression and completion. Contemporary Nurse, 38(1-2), 84-93.

Salamonson, Y., Everett, B., Weaver, R. & Jackson, D. (2011). Psychometric testing of the abbreviated clinical learning environment inventory (CLEI-19). Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67(12), 2668-2676.

Stevens, J., Dahlen, H., Peters, K. & Jackson, D. (2011). Midwives' and doulas' perspectives of the role of the doula in Australia: A qualitative study. Midwifery, 27(4), 509-516.

Weaver, R. & Jackson, D. (2011). Evaluating an academic writing program for nursing students who have English as a second language. Contemporary Nurse, 38(1-2), 130-138.

Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2011). Trends in publication of research papers by Australian-based nurse authors. Collegian, 18(3), 125-130.

Wilkes, L., Peters, K., Weaver, R. & Jackson, D. (2011). Nurses involved in whistleblowing incidents: Sequelae for their families. Collegian, 18(3), 101-106.

2010

Andrew, S., Halcomb, E. J., Jackson, D., Peters, K. & Salamonson, Y. (2010). Sessional teachers in a BN program: Bridging the divide or widening the gap? Nurse Education Today, 30(5), 453-457.

East, L., Jackson, D., O'Brien, L. & Peters, K. (2010). Storytelling: An approach that can help to develop resilience. Nurse Researcher, 17(3), 17-25.

East, L., Jackson, D., Peters, K. & O'Brien, L. (2010). Disrupted sense of self: Young women and sexually transmitted infections. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19(13-14), 1995-2003.

Elmir, R., Jackson, D., Beale, B. & Schmied, V. (2010). Against all odds: Australian women's experiences of recovery from breast cancer. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19(17-18), 2531-2538.

Elmir, R., Schmied, V., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2010). Women's perceptions and experiences of traumatic birth: A meta-ethnography. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(10), 2142-2153.

Halcomb, E. J., Andrew, S., Peters, K., Salamonson, Y. & Jackson, D. (2010). Casualisation of the teaching workforce: Implications for nursing education. Nurse Education Today, 30(6), 528-532.

Hutchinson, M., Vickers, M. H., Jackson, D. & Wilkes, L. (2010). Bullying as circuits of power: An Australian nursing perspective. Administrative Theory & Praxis, 32(1), 25-47.

Hutchinson, M., Vickers, M. H., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2010). A typology of bullying behaviours: The experiences of Australian nurses. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19(15-16), 2319-2328.

Hutchinson, M., Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Vickers, M. H. (2010). Integrating individual, work group and organizational factors: Testing a multidimensional model of bullying in the nursing workplace. Journal of Nursing Management, 18(2), 173-181.

Jackson, D., Peters, K., Andrew, S., Edenborough, M., Halcomb, E., Luck, L., Salamonson, Y. & Wilkes, L. (2010). Understanding whistleblowing: Qualitative insights from nurse whistleblowers. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(10), 2194–2201.

Jackson, D., Peters, K., Andrew, S., Edenborough, M., Halcomb, E. J., Luck, L., Salamonson, Y., Weaver, R. & Wilkes, L. (2010). Trial and retribution: A qualitative study of whistleblowing and workplace relationships in nursing. Contemporary Nurse, 36(1-2), 34-44.

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.

McDonald, G., Mohan, S., Jackson, D., Vickers, M. H. & Wilkes, L. (2010). Continuing connections: The experiences of retired and senior working nurse mentors. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19(23-24), 3547-3554.

McDonald, G. E., Vickers, M. H., Mohan, S., Wilkes, S. & Jackson, D. (2010). Workplace conversations: Building and maintaining collaborative capital. Contemporary Nurse, 36(1-2), 96-105.

O'Reilly, R., Wilkes, L., Luck, L. & Jackson, D. (2010). The efficacy of family support and family preservation services on reducing child abuse and neglect: What the literature reveals. Journal of Child Health Care, 14(1), 82-94.

Salamonson, Y., Halcomb, E. J., Andrew, S., Peters, K. & Jackson, D. (2010). A comparative study of assessment grading and nursing students’ perceptions of quality in sessional and tenured teachers. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 42(4), 423-429.

Salamonson, Y., Koch, J., Weaver, R., Everett, B. & Jackson, D. (2010). Embedded academic writing support for nursing students with English as a second language. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(2), 413-421.

Vallido, T., Jackson, D. & O'Brien, L. (2010). Nurses' management of adolescent sleep disturbance: A qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 19(3-4), 324-331.

Vallido, T., Wilkes, L., Carter, B. & Jackson, D. (2010). Mothering disrupted by illness: A narrative synthesis of qualitative research. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 66(7), 1435-1445.

Wilkes, L., Jackson, D., Mohan, S. & Wallis, M. (2010). Close observations by “specials” to promote the safety of the older person with behavioural disturbances in the acute care setting. Contemporary Nurse, 36(1-2), 131-142.

Wilkes, L., Mohan, S., Luck, L. & Jackson, D. (2010). Development of a violence tool in the emergency hospital setting. Nurse Researcher, 17(4), 70-82.

2009

Hutchinson, M., Vickers, M. H., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2009). "The worse you behave, the more you seem, to be rewarded": Bullying in nursing as organizational corruption. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 21(3), 213-229.

Jackson, D. (2009). Mentored residential writing retreats: A leadership strategy to develop skills and generate outcomes in writing for publication. Nurse Education Today, 29(1), 9-15.

Jackson, D. (2009). Nursing on television: Are we being served? Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18(16), 2249-2250.

Jackson, D. & Carter, B. (2009). Fear, failure, outrage and grief: The dissonance between public outrage and individual action? Journal of Child Health Care, 13(1), 4-6.

Jackson, D., Darbyshire, P., Luck, L. & Peters, K. (2009). Intergenerational reflections on doctoral supervision in nursing. Contemporary Nurse, 32(1-2), 83-91.

Jackson, D., Haigh, C. & Watson, R. (2009). Nurses and publications: The impact of the impact factor. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18(18), 2537-2538.

Luck, L., Jackson, D. & Usher, K. (2009). Conveying caring: Nurse attributes to avert violence in the ED. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 15(3), 205-212.

McCloughen, A., O'Brien, L. & Jackson, D. (2009). Esteemed connection: Creating a mentoring relationship for nurse leadership. Nursing Inquiry, 16(4), 326-336.

O'Reilly, R., Peters, K., Beale, B. & Jackson, D. (2009). Women’s experiences of recovery from childbirth: Focus on pelvis problems that extend beyond the puerperium. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18(14), 2013-2019.

Peters, K. & Jackson, D. (2009). Mothers' experiences of parenting a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65(1), 62-71.

Sgorbini, M., O'Brien, L. & Jackson, D. (2009). Living with hepatitis C and treatment: The personal experiences of patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18(18), 2282-2291.

Vallido, T., Jackson, D. & O'Brien, L. (2009). Mad, sad and hormonal: The gendered nature of adolescent sleep disturbance. Journal of Child Health Care, 13(1), 7-18.

Vallido, T., Peters, K., O'Brien, L. & Jackson, D. (2009). Sleep in adolescence: A review of issues for nursing practice. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18(13), 1819-1826.

2008

East, L., Jackson, D., O'Brien, L. & Peters, K. (2008). The benefits of computer-mediated communication in nursing research. Contemporary Nurse, 30(1), 83-88.

East, L., Jackson, D., O'Brien, L. & Peters, K. (2008). Effects of having a sexually transmitted infection on women's sexuality and self-concept. Sexual Health, 5(4), 394.

Edenborough, M., Jackson, D., Mannix, J. & Wilkes, L. M. (2008). Living in the red zone: The experience of child-to-mother violence. Child and Family Social Work, 13(4), 464-473.

Gabrielle, S., Jackson, D. & Mannix, J. (2008). Adjusting to personal and organisational change: Views and experiences of female nurses aged 40-60 years. Collegian, 15(3), 85-91.

Gabrielle, S., Jackson, D. & Mannix, J. (2008). Older women nurses: Health, ageing concerns and self-care strategies. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 61(3), 316-325.

Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D., Wilkes, L. & Vickers, M. H. (2008). A new model of bullying in the nursing workplace: Organizational characteristics as critical antecedents. Advances in Nursing Science, 31(2), e60-e71.

Hutchinson, M., Wilkes, L., Vickers, M. & Jackson, D. (2008). The development and validation of a bullying inventory for the nursing workplace. Nurse Researcher, 15(2), 19-29.

Jackson, D. (2008). Servant leadership in nursing: A framework for developing sustainable research capacity in nursing. Collegian, 15(1), 27-33.

Jackson, D. & Daly, J. (2008). Nursing and pre-registration nurse education under the spotlight again. Collegian, 15(1), 1-2.

Jackson, D. & Peters, K. (2008). Use of drug therapy in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): Maternal views and experiences. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17(20), 2725-2732.

Luck, L., Jackson, D. & Usher, K. (2008). Innocent or culpable? Meanings that emergency department nurses ascribe to individual acts of violence. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17(8), 1071-1078.

Mohan, S., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2008). Lifestyle of Asian Indians with coronary heart disease: The Australian context. Collegian, 15(3), 115-121.

Peters, K., Jackson, D. & Rudge, T. (2008). Research on couples: Are feminist approaches useful? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 62(3), 373-380.

Phillips, J. L., Davidson, P. M., Jackson, D. & Kristjanson, L. J. (2008). Multi-faceted palliative care intervention: Aged care nurses’ and care assistants’ perceptions and experiences. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 62(2), 216-227.

Watson, R., Jackson, D. & Haigh, C. (2008). Reviewing for JCN. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17(21), 2801-2802.

Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Vallido, T. (2008). The experiences of family members placing a relative into residential care: The move. Geriaction, 26(2), 5-13.

Wilkes, L., Jackson, D. & Vallido, T. (2008). Placing a relative into a nursing home: Family members’ experiences after the move. A review of the literature. Geriaction, 26(1), 24-29.

 

Books

Daly, J., Speedy, S. & Jackson, D. (editors) (2014) Leadership & Nursing: Contemporary Perspectives, 2nd ed. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Daly, J., Speedy, S. & Jackson, D. (editors) (2013) Contexts of nursing, 4th ed. Chatswood, NSW: Churchill Livingstone Australia.

Borbasi, S. & Jackson, D. (editors) (2011) Navigating the maze of research: Enhancing nursing and midwifery practice, 3rd ed. Marrickville, NSW: Elsevier Australia.

Daly, J., Speedy, S. & Jackson, D. (editors) (2009) Contexts of nursing, 3rd ed. Chatswood, NSW: Churchill Livingstone.

Borbasi, S., Jackson, D. & Langford, R. W. (editors) (2008) Navigating the maze of nursing research: An interactive learning adventure, 2nd ed. Marrickville, NSW: Mosby/Elsevier.

Chapters in books

Speedy, S. & Jackson, D. (2014) Power, politics and gender: Issues for nurse leaders and managers. In Leadership & Nursing: Contemporary Perspectives, 2 ed., pp. 37-50 [J Daly, S Speedy and D Jackson, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Jackson, D. & Hutchinson, M. (2014) Leadership, ethics and nursing work environments. In Leadership & Nursing: Contemporary Perspectives, 2 ed., pp. 51-62 [J Daly, S Speedy and D Jackson, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Daly, J., Hill, M. & Jackson, D. (2014) Leadership and healthcare change management. In Leadership & Nursing: Contemporary Perspectives, 2 ed., pp. 81-90 [J Daly, S Speedy and D Jackson, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Travaglia, J., Daly, J., Jackson, D. & Speedy, S. (2014) Leadership and Health Policy. In Leadership & Nursing: Contemporary Perspectives, 2 ed., pp. 187-198 [J Daly, S Speedy and D Jackson, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Jackson, D. & O’Brien, L. (2013) The effective nurse. In Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 3 ed., pp. 3-13 [R Elder, K Evans and D Nizette, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Borbasi, S., Jackson, D. & Lockwood, C. (2010) Undertaking a clinical audit. In Using evidence to guide nursing practice, pp. 113-132 [M Courtney and H McCutcheon, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Jackson, D. & Borbasi, S. (2010) Nursing care and nurse caring: Issues, concerns, debates. In Contexts of nursing, 3rd ed., pp. 80-94 [J Daly, S Speedy and D Jackson, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Churchill Livingstone.

Jackson, D., McDonald, G. & Wilkes, L. (2010) Thriving in the workplace: Learning from innovative practices. In Resilient nurse: Empowering your practice, [M.McAllister and J Lowe, editors]. New York, USA: Springers.

Daly, J., Jackson, D. & Nay, R. (2013) Visionary leadership for a ‘greying’ health care system. In Older people: Issues and innovations in care, 4th ed., [R Nay, S Garratt and D Fetherstonhaugh, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Daly, J., Speedy, S. & Jackson, D. (2009) Presenting nursing...A career for life. In Contexts of nursing, 3rd ed., pp. 1-15 [J Daly, S Speedy and D Jackson, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Jackson, D. & O'Brien, L. (2009) The effective nurse. In Psychiatric and mental health nursing, 2nd ed., pp. 2-11 [R Elder, K Evans and D Nizette, editors]. Chatswood, NSW: Elsevier.

Borbasi, S., Hengstberger-Sims, C. & Jackson, D. (2008) Quantitative research: Summing it up. In Navigating the maze of nursing research: An interactive learning adventure, 2nd ed., pp. 103-152 [S Borbasi, D Jackson and RW Langford, editors]. Marrickville, NSW: Mosby/Elsevier.

Clare, J. & Jackson, D. (2008) On gender in nursing: A discussion of issues and directions. In Transitions in nursing: Preparing for professional practice, 2nd ed., pp. 180-193 [E Chang and J Daly, editors]. Marrickville, NSW: Elsevier.

Jackson, D. & Borbasi, S. (2008) Qualitative research: The whole picture. In Navigating the maze of nursing research: An interactive learning adventure, 2nd ed., pp. 153-178 [S Borbasi, D Jackson and RW Langford, editors]. Marrickville, NSW: Mosby/Elsevier.

Jackson, D., Daly, J. & Davidson, P. (2008) Interviews. In Nursing research: Design and methods, pp. 281-288 [R Watson, H McKenna, S Cowman and J Keady, editors]. Edinburgh, UK: Elsevier.

Jackson, D. & Edgecombe, G. (2008) Caring for children and adolescents in the community. In Community nursing in Australia: Context, issues and applications, [D Kralik and A van Loon, editors]. Melbourne, VIC: Wiley-Blackwell.

Publications from RADAR

  • Innes, K, Elliot, D, Plummer, V, Jackson, D (2017) Emergency department waiting room nurse role: a key informant perspective. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal, 20 (1). [summary page]
  • Babatunde-Sowole, O, Power, T, Jackson, D, Davidson, P, DiGiacomo, M (2016) Resilience of African migrants: An integrative review. Health Care for Women International , 37 (9). pp. 946-963. [summary page]
  • Batabunde-Sowole, O, Jackson, D, Davidson, P, Power, T (2016) Coming to a strange land, the West African migrant women’s establishment of home and family in a new culture within Australia. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 27 (5). pp. 447-455. [summary page]
  • Cleary, M, Jackson, D, Woods, C, Kornhaber, R, Sayers, J, Usher, K (2016) Experiences of health professionals caring for people presenting to the emergency department after taking crystal methamphetamine ("ICE"). Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 38 (1). [summary page]
  • Cleary, M, Sayers, J, Bramble, M, Jackson, D, Lopez, V (2016) Overview of substance use and mental health among the ‘Baby Boomers’ generation. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 38 (1). [summary page]
  • Fagan, A, Parker, V, Jackson, D (2016) A concept analysis of undergraduate nursing students speaking up for patient safety in the patient care environment. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 72 (10). pp. 2346-2357. [summary page]
  • Ferguson, C, DiGiacomo, M, Saliba, B, Green, J, Moorley, C, Wyllie, A, Jackson, D (2016) First year nursing students’ experiences of social media during the transition to university: a focus group study. Contemporary Nurse, 52 (5). pp. 625-635. [summary page]
  • Forber, J, DiGiacomo, M, Carter, B, Davidson, P, Phillips, J, Jackson, D (2016) In pursuit of an optimal model of undergraduate nurse clinical education: An integrative review. In pursuit of an optimal model of undergraduate nurse clinical education: An integrative review, 21 pp. 83-92. [summary page]
  • Girvin, J, Jackson, D, Hutchinson, M (2016) Contemporary public perceptions of nursing: a systematic review and narrative synthesis of the international research evidence. Journal of Nursing Management, 24 (8). pp. 994-1006. [summary page]
  • Green, J, Darbyshire, P, Adams, A, Jackson, D (2016) It's agony for us as well: neonatal nurses reflect on iatrogenic pain. Nursing Ethics, 23 (2). [summary page]
  • Green, J, Darbyshire, P, Adams, A, Jackson, D (2016) Neonatal nurses’ response to a hypothetical premature birth situation: What if it was my baby?. Nursing Ethics [summary page]
  • Green, J, Darbyshire, P, Adams, A, Jackson, D (2016) Quality versus quantity. The complexities of quality of life determinations for neonatal nurses. Nursing Ethics [summary page]
  • Halcomb, E, Jackson, D, Daly, J, Gray, J, Salamonson, Y, Andrew, S, Peters, K (2016) Insights on leadership from early career nurse academics, findings from a mixed methods study. Journal of Nursing Management, 24 (2). pp. E155-E163. [summary page]
  • Hutchinson, M, Higson, M, Cleary, M, Jackson, D (2016) Nursing expertise: a course of ambiguity and evolution in a concept. Nursing Inquiry, 23 (4). pp. 290-304. [summary page]
  • Hutchinson, M, Jackson, D (2016) Editorial: Intentional rounding: unpacking the ritual, routine and evidence impasse. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (1). pp. 5-7. [summary page]
  • Jackson, D, Hutchinson, M (2016) Editorial: In defence of patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (9). pp. 1177-1178. [summary page]
  • Jackson, D, Hutchinson, M, Barnason, S, Mannix, J, Power, T, Usher, K (2016) Towards international consensus on patient harm: perspectives on pressure injury policy. Journal of Nursing Management, 24 (7). pp. 902-914. [summary page]
  • Jackson, D, McDonald, G, Luck, L, Waine, M, Wilkes, L (2016) Some strategies to address the challenges of collecting observational data in a busy clinical environment. Collegian, 23 (1). pp. 47-52. [summary page]
  • Jackson, D, Wilson, S, Hutchinson, M (2016) Harm-free care of harm-free environments: expanding our definitions and understandings of safety in health care. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (21). pp. 3081-3083. [summary page]
  • Klages, D, Usher, K, Jackson, D (2016) ‘Canaries in the mine’ Parents of adult children with schizophrenia: An integrative review of the literature. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 26 (1). [summary page]
  • McDermid, F, Peters, K, Daly, J, Jackson, D (2016) Developing resilience: Stories from novice nurse academics. Nurse Education Today, 38 pp. 29-35. [summary page]
  • Messum, D, Wilkes, L, Jackson, D, Peters, K (2016) Employability skills in health services management : perceptions of recent graduates. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 11 (1). pp. 25-32. [summary page]
  • Murphy, G, Peters, K, Wilkes, L, Jackson , D (2016) A partnership model for a reflective narrative for researcher and participant. Nurse Researcher, 24 (1). pp. 15-19. [summary page]
  • Murphy, G, Peters, K, Wilkes, L, Jackson, D (2016) Adult children of parents with mental illness: losing oneself. Who am I?. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 37 (9). pp. 668-673. [summary page]
  • Murray, P, DiGiacomo, M, Jackson, D, Davidson, P (2016) New graduate registered nurse transition into primary health care roles: an integrative literature review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (21). pp. 3084-3101. [summary page]
  • Neville, S, Adams, J, Moorley, C, Jackson, D (2016) The condom imperative in anal sex – one size may not fit all: a qualitative descriptive study of men who have sex with men. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (23). pp. 3589-3596. [summary page]
  • Neville, S, Napier, S, Adams, J, Wham, C, Jackson, D (2016) An integrative review of the factors related to building age-friendly rural communities. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (17). pp. 2402-2412. [summary page]
  • Neville, S, Russell, J, Adams, J, Jackson, D (2016) Living in your own home and being socially connected at 95 years and beyond: a qualitative study. Contemporary Nurse, 52 (2). pp. 258-268. [summary page]
  • Peters, K, Cunningham, C, Murphy, G, Jackson, D (2016) "People look down on you when you tell them how he died': Qualitative insights into stigma as experienced by suicide survivors. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 25 (3). pp. 251-257. [summary page]
  • Peters, K, Cunningham, C, Murphy, G, Jackson, D (2016) Helpful and unhelpful responses after suicide: Experiences of bereaved family members. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 25 (5). pp. 418-425. [summary page]
  • Rolls, K, Hansen, M, Jackson, D, Elliot, D (2016) Why We Belong - Exploring Membership of Healthcare Professionals in an Intensive Care Virtual Community Via Online Focus Groups: Rationale and Protocol. JMIR Research Protocols, 5 (2). pp. 1-14. [summary page]
  • Rolls, K, Hansen, M, Jackson, D, Elliott, D (2016) How healthcare professionals use social media to create virtual communities: an integrative literature review. Journal of Medical Internet Research , 18 (6). pp. 1-19. [summary page]
  • Weir-Hughes, D, Jackson, D (2016) Magnet recognition in the United Kingdom: recognising international evidence or remaining in splendid isolation?. Journal of Nursing Management, 24 (2). pp. 137-138. [summary page]
  • Wilson, D, Jackson, D, Herd, R (2016) Confidence and connectedness: Indigenous Māori women's views on personal safety in the context of intimate partner violence. Health Care for Women International , 37 (7). pp. 707-720. [summary page]
  • Wyllie, A, DiGiacomo, M, Jackson, D, Davidson, P, Phillips, J (2016) Acknowledging attributes that enable the career academic nurse to thrive in the tertiary education sector: A qualitative systematic review. Acknowledging attributes that enable the career academic nurse to thrive in the tertiary education sector: A qualitative systematic review, 45 pp. 212-218. [summary page]
  • Allen, E, Jackson, D, Elliot, D (2015) Exploring interprofessional practices in rapid response systems, a case study protocol. Nurse Researcher, 22 (3). pp. 20-27. [summary page]
  • Anuruang, S, Davidson, P, Jackson, D, Hickman, L (2015) Strategies to enhance recruitment of rural dwelling older people with hypertension into community-based randomized controlled trials study. Nurse Researcher, 23 (1). pp. 40-43. [summary page]
  • Cleary, M, Escott, P, Walter, G, Horsfall, J, Jackson, D (2015) “Keeping the peace”: relevance of the concept for mental health nursing. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36 (39). pp. 737-739. [summary page]
  • Cleary, M, Usher, K, Jackson, D (2015) Money, money, money: not so funny in the research world. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (5). pp. 611-613. [summary page]
  • East, L, Jackson, D (2015) Being diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI), sources of support for young women. Contemporary Nurse, 50 (1). pp. 50-57. [summary page]
  • Ferguson, C, Moorley, C, Jackson, D (2015) Eight reasons why every doctoral student should have a Twitter account. Advances in Nursing Doctoral Education & Research, 3 (1). pp. 15-19. [summary page]
  • Forber, J, DiGiacomo, M, Davidson, P, Carter, B, Jackson, D (2015) The context, influences and challenges for undergraduate nurse clinical education, continuing the dialogue. Nurse Education Today, 35 (11). pp. 1114-1118. [summary page]
  • Green, J, Darbyshire, P, Adams, A, Jackson, D (2015) A burden of knowledge: A qualitative study of experiences of neonatal intensive care nurses when keeping information from parents. Journal of Child Health Care, 19 (4). pp. 485-494. [summary page]
  • Green, J, Darbyshire, P, Adams, A, Jackson, D (2015) Desperately seeking parenthood, neonatal nurses reflect on parental anguish. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 34 (13). pp. 1885-1894. [summary page]
  • Green, J, Darbyshire, P, Adams, A, Jackson, D (2015) The myth of the miracle baby: how neonatal nurses interpret media accounts of babies of extreme prematurity. Nursing Inquiry, 22 (3). pp. 273-278. [summary page]
  • Hayes, C, Power, T, Davidson, P, Daly, J, Jackson, D (2015) Nurse interrupted, development of a realistic medication administration simulation for undergraduate nurses. Nurse Education Today, 35 (9). pp. 981-986. [summary page]
  • Hayman, B, Wilkes, L, Halcomb, E, Jackson, D (2015) Lesbian women choosing motherhood, the journey to conception. Journal of GLBT Family Studies., 11 (4). pp. 395-409. [summary page]
  • Hutchinson, M, Daly, J, Usher, K, Jackson, D (2015) Leadership when there are no easy answers; applying leader moral courage to wicked problems. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (21). pp. 3021-3023. [summary page]
  • Hutchinson, M, Jackson, D (2015) The construction and legitimation of workplace bullying in the public sector, Insight into power dynamics and organisational failures in health and social care. Nursing Inquiry, 22 (1). pp. 13-26. [summary page]
  • Hutchinson, M, Jackson, D, Daly, J, Usher, K (2015) Distilling the antecedents and enabling dynamics of leader moral courage: A framework to guide action. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36 (5). pp. 326-335. [summary page]
  • Innes, K, Jackson, D, Plummer, V, Elliot, D (2015) Care of patients in emergency department waiting rooms – an integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 71 (12). pp. 2702-2714. [summary page]
  • Jackson, D, Peters, K, Andrew, S, Daly, J, Gray, J, Halcomb, E (2015) Walking alongside: A qualitative study of the experiences and perceptions of academic nurse mentors supporting early career nurse academics. Contemporary Nurse, 51 (1). pp. 69-82. [summary page]
  • Jackson, D, Waine, M, Hutchinson, M (2015) Blogs as a way to elicit feedback on research and engage stakeholders. Nurse Researcher, 22 (3). pp. 41-47. [summary page]
  • Messum, D, Wilkes, L, Jackson, D (2015) What employability skills are required of new health managers?. Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 10 (1). pp. 28-35. [summary page]
  • Murphy, G, Peters, K, Wilkes, L, Jackson, D (2015) Adult children of parents with mental illness, navigating stigma. Child and Family Social Work [summary page]
  • Murphy, G, Peters, K, Wilkes, L, Jackson, D (2015) Childhood parental mental illness: living with fear and mistrust. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36 (4). pp. 294-299. [summary page]
  • Perrone, L, Vickers, M, Jackson, D (2015) Financial independence as an alternative to work. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 27 (3). pp. 195-211. [summary page]
  • Power, T, Jackson, D, Carter, B, Weaver, R (2015) Misunderstood as mothers, women’s stories of being hospitalised for illness in the post-partum period. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 71 (2). pp. 370-380. [summary page]
  • Power, T, Virdun, C, Sherwood, J, Parker, N, Van Balen, J, Gray, J, Jackson, D (2015) REM, A collaborative framework for building indigenous cultural competence. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 71 (2). pp. 370-380. [summary page]
  • Salamonson, Y, Everett, B, Halcomb, E, Hutchinson, M, Jackson, D, Mannix, J, Peters, K, Weaver, R (2015) Unravelling the complexities of nursing students' feedback on the clinical learning environment: A mixed methods approach. Nurse Education Today, 35 (1). pp. 206-211. [summary page]
  • Singh, C, Cross, W, Jackson, D (2015) Staff burnout - a comparative study of metropolitan and rural mental health nurses within Australia. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36 (7). pp. 528-537. [summary page]
  • Wilkes, L, Cross, W, Jackson, D, Daly, J (2015) A repertoire of leadership attributes: an international study of deans of nursing. Journal of Nursing Management, 23 (3). pp. 270-286. [summary page]
  • Gillian, M, Peters, K, Jackson, D, Wilkes, L (2011) A qualitative meta-synthesis of adult children of parents with a mental illness. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20 (23). pp. 3430-3442. [summary page]
  • Allen, E, Elliott, D, Jackson, D (0) Recognising and responding to in-hospital clinical deterioration: an integrative review of interprofessional practice issues. Journal of Clinical Nursing [summary page]
  • Dawson, S, Elliott, D, Jackson, D (0) Nurses’ contribution to short-term humanitarian care in low to middle-income countries: an integrative review of the literature. Journal of Clinical Nursing [summary page]
  • East, L, Hutchinson, M, Power, T, Jackson, D (0) Men’s Constructions of Mothering: Growing Up in Father-Absent Families. International Journal of Men's Health [summary page]
  • East, L, Peters, K, Jackson, D (0) Violated and vulnerable: Women's experiences of contracting a sexually transmitted infection from a male partner. Journal of Clinical Nursing [summary page]
  • Frawley, J, Davidson, S, Anheyer, D, Jackson, D (0) Prevalence and characteristics of Complementary and Alternative Medicine use by Australian children. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health [summary page]
  • Gardiner, S, Glogowska, M, Stoddart, C, Pendlebury, S, Lasserson, D, Jackson, D (0) Older people’s experiences of falling and perceived risk of falls in the community: a narrative synthesis of qualitative research. International Journal of Older People Nursing [summary page]
  • Hayes, C, Jackson, D, Davidson, PM, Daly, J, Power, T (0) Calm to chaos: engaging undergraduate nursing students with the complex nature of interruptions during medication administration. Journal of Clinical Nursing [summary page]
  • Hayes, C, Jackson, D, Davidson, PM, Daly, J, Power, T (0) Pondering Practice: Enhancing the Art of Reflection. Journal of Clinical Nursing [summary page]
  • Jackson, D, Durrant, L, Bishop, E, Walthall, H, Betteridge, R, Gardner, S, Coulton, W, Hutchinson, H, Neville, S, Davidson, PM, Usher, K (0) Pain associated with pressure injury: a qualitative study of community-based, home-dwelling individuals. Journal of Advanced Nursing [summary page]
  • Rossiter, C, Power, T, Fowler, C, Jackson, D, Roche, M, Dawson, A (0) “Learning to become a better man”: Insights from a fathering programme for incarcerated Indigenous men. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 52 (1). [summary page]
  • Usher, K, Jackson, D, Woods, C, Sayers, J, Kornhaber, R, Cleary, M (0) Safety, Risk and Aggression: Health Professionals Experiences of Caring for People affected by crystal methamphetamine (ICE) when presenting for Emergency Care. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing [summary page]
  • Usher, K, Woods, C, Parmenter, G, Hutchinson, M, Mannix, J, Power, T, Chaboyer, W, Latimer, S, Mills, J, Siegloff, L, Jackson, D (0) Self-reported confidence in patient safety knowledge among Australian undergraduate nursing students: a multi-site cross-sectional survey study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 71 [summary page]
Debra Jackson

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