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James. A. Hughes
James. A. Hughes
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The use of a contextual, modal and psychological classification of medication errors in the emergency department: a retrospective descriptive study
CJ Cabilan, JA Hughes, C Shannon
Journal of clinical nursing 26 (23-24), 4335-4343, 2017
462017
Best‐practice pain management in the emergency department: A cluster‐randomised, controlled, intervention trial
DMD Taylor, DM Fatovich, DP Finucci, J Furyk, S Jin, G Keijzers, ...
Emergency Medicine Australasia 27 (6), 549-557, 2015
342015
The effectiveness of interventions to reduce peripheral blood culture contamination in acute care: a systematic review protocol
JA Hughes, CJ Cabilan, J Williams, M Ray, F Coyer
Systematic Reviews 7, 1-6, 2018
302018
Medication knowledge and willingness to nurse‐initiate medications in an emergency department: A mixed‐methods study
CJ Cabilan, R Eley, JA Hughes, M Sinnott
Journal of advanced nursing 72 (2), 396-408, 2016
292016
Who falls in an adult emergency department and why—A retrospective review
DR McErlean, JA Hughes
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 20 (1), 12-16, 2017
262017
The relationship between time to analgesic administration and emergency department length of stay: a retrospective review
JA Hughes, NJ Brown, J Chiu, B Allwood, K Chu
Journal of advanced nursing 76 (1), 183-190, 2020
222020
Nurse-led randomized controlled trials in the perioperative setting: A scoping review
J Munday, N Higgins, S Mathew, L Dalgleish, AS Batterbury, L Burgess, ...
Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 647-660, 2020
182020
Rhabdomyolysis: patterns, circumstances, and outcomes of patients presenting to the emergency department
EG Knafl, JA Hughes, G Dimeski, R Eley
Ochsner Journal 18 (3), 215-221, 2018
132018
Identifying patients with pain in emergency departments using conventional machine learning and deep learning
T Vu, A Nguyen, N Brown, J Hughes
Proceedings of the The 17th Annual Workshop of the Australasian Language …, 2019
122019
Effect of the 4-h target on time-to-analgesia in an Australian emergency department: a pilot retrospective observational study
JA Hughes, CJ Cabilan, A Staib
Australian Health Review 41 (2), 185-191, 2016
122016
Factors associated with time to first analgesic medication in the emergency department
JA Hughes, KE Alexander, L Spencer, P Yates
Journal of Clinical Nursing 30 (13-14), 1973-1989, 2021
112021
Patient-Reported outcomes of pain care research in the adult emergency department: A scoping review
A Wong, J Potter, NJ Brown, K Chu, JA Hughes
Australasian Emergency Care 24 (2), 127-134, 2021
112021
The presenting and prescribing patterns of migraine in an Australian emergency department: A descriptive exploratory study
E Shao, J Hughes, R Eley
World journal of emergency medicine 8 (3), 170, 2017
112017
Domestic and family violence, non‐lethal strangulation and social work intervention in the emergency department
J Marks, A Markwell, T Randell, J Hughes
Emergency Medicine Australasia 32 (4), 676-678, 2020
102020
Factors associated with the experience of patients presenting in pain to the emergency department
JA Hughes, KE Alexander, L Spencer, P Yates
Journal of Clinical Nursing 31 (9-10), 1273-1284, 2022
92022
The documentation of pain intensity and its influences on care in the emergency department
JA Hughes, J Chiu, NJ Brown, A Hills, B Allwood, K Chu
International Emergency Nursing 57, 101015, 2021
82021
Characteristics of accidental injuries from power tools treated at two emergency departments in Queensland
C Judge, R Eley, M Miyakawa‐Liu, NJ Brown, L McCosker, G Livesay, ...
Emergency Medicine Australasia 31 (3), 436-443, 2019
82019
Missed nursing care and complexity theory: a conceptual paper
RA Albsoul, G FitzGerald, JA Hughes, M Ahmed Alshyyab
Journal of Research in Nursing 26 (8), 809-823, 2021
72021
Person, environment, and health and illness factors influencing time to first analgesia and patient experience of pain management in the adult emergency department
JA Hughes
Queensland University of Technology, 2018
72018
Heated, humidified, high-flow nasal oxygen usage in the adult Emergency Department
J Hughes, A Doolabh
Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 19 (4), 173-178, 2016
72016
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