Working Together: Internationally qualified nurses working in Australia
Working Together: Internationally qualified nurses working in Australia
Document number : 212851
Created by: Ylona CHUN TIE, 2017-04-27
Last revised by: Ylona CHUN TIE, 2019-05-22
Document created in: James Cook University

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1. Summary

Abstract for the general public

The aim of this study was to explore how internationally qualified registered nurses and Australian qualified registered nurses adapt to working together in the Australian healthcare system and develop a theory that explains this process.

Workplaces involved in this project

Added workplaces

Education - James Cook University (JCU) - Division of Tropical Health and Medicine - Australian Institute of Tropical Health Medicine (AITHM) - Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research (CNMR) workplace verified by James Cook University on 2018-02-27
The CNMR will focus on health in Indigenous, regional, rural, remote and tropical contexts to consolidate and strengthen nursing and midwifery research within the following broad programs: Indigenous futures, Workforce and practice development, Health professional education, Clinical practice
Education - James Cook University (JCU) - Division of Tropical Health and Medicine - College of Healthcare Sciences - School of Nursing, Midwifery and Nutrition workplace verified by James Cook University on 2018-02-27

2. In depth information

Scientific title

Working Together: Internationally qualified registered nurses working in the Australian healthcare system

3. Ethics and information for classification purposes

Waiver of the need for individual consent

A waiver of the need for individual consent is not and will not be applied for

Date commenced

2015-04-01

4. Outcome

Date completed

2019-03-11

Publications from this project

Principal investigators assessment of implementation

checked Strong implementation nation wide


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Working Together: Internationally qualified nurses working in Australia, from James Cook University
http://researchweb.org/is/en/jcu/document/212851