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Mr Clint Moloney
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University of Southern Queensland

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  1. Behavioural intention and user acceptance of research evidence for Queensland nurses: provision of solutions from the clinician
  2. Enhancing nursing education with remote access laboratories
  3. Using remote access laboratories in nursing education
  4. Behavioural intention and user acceptance of research evidence for Queensland nurses: provision of solutions from the clinician
  5. The role of wireless technology in addressing sleeping disorders in aged care
  6. Perceived facilitators and inhibitors for the use of personal digital assistants (PDAs) by nurses: a systematic review
  7. A systematic review of psychometric evidence and expert opinion regarding the assessment of faecal incontinence in older community-dwelling adults
  8. A discussion on the legal barriers in addressing sleeping disorders in aged care using wireless technology
  9. Implementation of oral health recommendations into two residential aged care facilities in a regional Australian city
  10. A qualitative evaluation of the effectiveness of videoconferencing to support the training of orthopaedic registrars

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1To what extent will the annual number of episodes of acute confusion within a medical unit be reduced following the introduction of high risk indicators and early intervention strategies
2Drivers for wireless handheld technology: views from Queensland nurses
3Challenges for implementing wireless hand-held technology in health care: views from selected Queensland nurses
4An investigation into the factors of adoption of wireless applications for data management by nurses
5A qualitative evaluation of the effectiveness of videoconferencing to support the training of orthopaedic registrars
6Adoption of wireless handheld technology: a case of Queensland healthcare
7Implementation of oral health recommendations into two residential aged care facilities in a regional Australian city
8Out patient orthopaedic consultations via telehealth: a qualitative study
9A discussion on the legal barriers in addressing sleeping disorders in aged care using wireless technology
10Facilitators and inhibitors for wireless handheld technology: views from Queensland nurses