Michelle Honey
Michelle Honey
Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing, University of Auckland
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
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Application of pharmacology knowledge in medication management by final year undergraduate nursing students
M Honey, AG Lim
Contemporary Nurse 30 (1), 12-19, 2008
552008
Integrated undergraduate nursing curriculum for pharmacology
AG Lim, M Honey
Nurse Education in Practice 6 (3), 163-168, 2006
512006
What helps and hinders indigenous student success in higher education health programmes: a qualitative study using the Critical Incident Technique
E Curtis, E Wikaire, B Kool, M Honey, F Kelly, P Poole, M Barrow, Airini, ...
Higher Education Research & Development 34 (3), 486-500, 2015
482015
Teaching with Second Life®: Hemorrhage management as an example of a process for developing simulations for multiuser virtual environments
M Honey, K Connor, M Veltman, D Bodily, S Diener
Clinical Simulation in Nursing 8 (3), e79-e85, 2012
402012
Tatou Tatou success for all: Improving Maori student success
ET Curtis, E Wikaire, T Lualua-Aati, B Kool, W Nepia, M Ruka, M Honey, ...
Ako Aotearoa: National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence (Retrieved …, 2012
362012
Teaching in virtual space: Second Life simulation for haemorrhage management
M Honey, S Diener, K Connor, M Veltman, D Bodily
26th Annual ASCILITE International Conference, 6-9, 2009
362009
New Zealand nurses perceptions of caring for patients with influenza A (H1N1)
M Honey, WYQ Wang
Nursing in critical care 18 (2), 63-69, 2013
342013
Flexible learning for postgraduate nurses: a basis for planning
M Honey
Nurse Education Today 24 (4), 319-325, 2004
342004
Reflection in the disability education of undergraduate nurses: an effective learning tool?
M Honey, S Waterworth, H Baker, K Lenzie-Smith
Journal of Nursing Education 45 (11), 449-453, 2006
292006
Technology informatics guiding education reform–TIGER: an international recommendation framework of core competencies in health informatics for nurses
U Hübner, T Shaw, J Thye, N Egbert, H de Fatima Marin, P Chang, ...
Methods of information in medicine 57 (Suppl 1), e30, 2018
252018
Framework for teaching pharmacology to prepare graduate nurse for prescribing in New Zealand
AG Lim, M Honey, J Kilpatrick
Nurse education in practice 7 (5), 348-353, 2007
252007
Improving library services for graduate nurse students in New Zealand
M Honey, N North, C Gunn
Health information & libraries journal 23 (2), 102-109, 2006
242006
Nursing informatics competencies for entry to practice: the perspective of six countries
ML Honey, DJ Skiba, P Procter, J Foster, P Kouri, LM Nagle
Stud Health Technol Inform 232, 51-61, 2017
232017
New Zealand newly graduated nurses medication management: results of a survey
AG Lim, M Honey
Nurse Education in Practice 14 (6), 660-665, 2014
212014
Barriers to accessing specialist care for older people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in rural New Zealand
M Hopley, M Horsburgh, K Peri
Journal of Primary Health Care 1 (3), 207-214, 2009
202009
Feasibility of using the Omaha System for community‐level observations
MJ Kerr, C Flaten, MLL Honey, SR Gargantua‐Aguila, NO Nahcivan, ...
Public Health Nursing 33 (3), 256-263, 2016
172016
The impact of on-line multi-choice questions on undergraduate student nurses' learning
M Honey, D Marshall
Interact, Integrate, Impact. Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference of …, 2003
152003
A new model: the family and child centered care model
M Foster
Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 31 (3), 4-7, 2015
142015
New Zealand consumers’ health information needs: results of an interpretive descriptive study
M Honey, D Roy, J Bycroft, MA Boyd
Journal of primary health care 6 (3), 203-211, 2014
132014
The care manager’s dilemma: Balancing human rights with risk management under the intellectual disability (compulsory care and rehabilitation) act 2003
K Prebble, K Diesfeld, R Frey, D Sutton, M Honey, R Vickery, B McKenna
Disability & Society 28 (1), 110-124, 2013
132013
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