Publications by: Ylona Chun Tie

Also publishes as (Ylona Audrey Diana Chun Tie)

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Browne, Caroline, and Chun Tie, Ylona (2024) Promoting Well-being: A Scoping Review of Strategies Implemented During the COVID-19 Pandemic to Enhance the Well-being of the Nursing Workforce. International Journal of Nursing Studies Advances, 6. 100177.

Chun Tie, Ylona (2024) Strategies to integrate culturally and linguistically diverse nurses into foreign healthcare systems: It's everybody's business. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 27 (1). p. 21.

Chun Tie, Ylona (2023) JCN Editor’s Choice [Involving Families in the Care of Indigenous Infants: A Philosophical Exploration of Indigenous Ways of Knowing to Inform Nursing Research and Practice in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)]. Journal of Clinical Nursing, January, 2023.

Chun Tie, Ylona, Birks, Melanie, and Francis, Karen (2019) Grounded theory research: a design framework for novice researchers. SAGE Open Medicine, 7. pp. 1-8.

Chun Tie, Ylona, Birks, Melanie, and Francis, Karen (2019) Playing the game: a grounded theory of the integration of international nurses. Collegian, 26. pp. 470-476.

Chun Tie, Ylona Audrey Diana (2019) Playing the game: a grounded theory study of the integration of internationally qualified nurses in the Australian healthcare system. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Birks, Melanie, Ralph, Nicholas, Cant, Robyn, Chun Tie, Ylona, and Hillman, Elspeth (2018) Science knowledge needed for nursing practice: a cross-sectional survey of Australian registered nurses. Collegian, 25 (2). pp. 209-215.

Chun Tie, Ylona, Birks, Melanie, and Mills, Jane (2018) The experience of internationally qualified registered nurses working in the Australian healthcare system: an integrative literature review. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 29 (3). pp. 274-284.

Ralph, Nicholas, Birks, Melanie, Cant, Robyn, Chun Tie, Ylona, and Hillman, Elspeth (2017) How should science be taught to nurses? Preferences of registered nurses and science teaching academics. Collegian, 24 (6). pp. 585-591.

Birks, Melanie, Ralph, Nicholas, Cant, Robyn, Hillman, Elspeth, and Chun Tie, Ylona (2015) Teaching science content in nursing programs in Australia: a cross sectional survey of academics. BMC Nursing, 14 (24). pp. 1-9.

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