Professor Andrew Cashin DipNurs(UTS), BHlthSc(UTS), GCertPTT(NEWCASTLE), MN(UTS),
PhD 

Professor Andrew Cashin is discipline lead for nursing at SCU. Andrew also conducts a
Nurse Practitioner clinic for people with autism, their families and those that work with
people with autism at the SCU health centre. Andrew is a fellow of the Australian College
of Nurse Practitioners, Australian College of Mental Health Nurses and the College of
Nursing. He is Adjunct Professor at Charles Darwin University and the University of
Technology Sydney. 

Journal articles

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Addressing the mental health nurse shortage: undergraduate nursing students working as assistants in nursing in inpatient mental health settings (with Graeme Browne, Iain W. Graham, and Dean Warren Shaw), International Journal of Nursing Practice (2013)

The population of mental health nurses is ageing and in the next few years we...

 

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Advancing advanced practice: clarifying the conceptual confusion (with Helen Stasa, Thomas Buckley, and Judith Donoghue), Nurse Education Today (2013)

Background: In recent years, there has been a substantial increase in the number of nurses...

 

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Nurse practitioner prescribing practices: the most frequently prescribed medications (with Thomas Buckley, Meg Stuart, Graeme Browne, and Sandra V. Dunn), Journal of Clinical Nursing (2013)

Aims and objectives

To explore which medications Australian nurse practitioners most frequently prescribe.

Background

Although...

 

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Nurses and Twitter: the good, the bad, and the reluctant (with Rhonda Wilson, Jamie Ranse, and Paul McNamara), Collegian (2013)

Nurses and other health professionals are adopting social media to network with health care professionals...

 

Books

The core capabilities of Justice Health nurses (with Emily Potter), School of Health and Human Sciences Papers (2007)
 

Book chapters

Nursing knowledge: practice and practical knowing (with Michael Carey and Cheryl Waters), Evidence-based practice in nursing informatics: concepts and applications (2011)

What is nursing knowledge? Is it scientific knowing or practical thinking? This chapter discusses what...

 

Word power and linguistic constructs in nursing, Evidence-based practice in nursing informatics: concepts and applications (2011)
 

The person with a diagnosis of autism, Textbook of psychiatric and mental health nursing: the craft of caring (2009)
 

The psychiatric intensive care unit (with Cheryl D. Waters), Textbook of psychiatric and mental health nursing: the craft of caring (2003)
 

The psychiatric intensive care unit: coercion, control or care (with Cheryl D. Waters), Textbook of psychiatric and mental health nursing: the craft of caring (2003)
 

Theses

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A hermeneutic phenomenological study of the lived experience of parenting a child with autism, PhD thesis, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW (2003)

It was identified that there was little published research into the lived experience of parenting...

 

A study of seclusion: the quest to determine effectiveness, Masters thesis, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW (1994)
 

Conference presentations

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Marketing mental health nursing on Australian schools of nursing websites: is mental health nursing positioned 'between the flags?' (with D McGarry and C Fowler), Australian College of Mental Health Nursing 37th International Conference: mental health nursing: swimming between the flags? (2011)

Marketing has become a staple expression to distinguish unique and preferable features of a great...

 

Advanced nursing practice and advanced practice nursing in acute care settings: What is the future? (Presentation), Emergency Nursing: Balancing the Art and Science: 7th International Conference for Emergency Nurses (2009)
 

Advanced nursing practice and advanced practice nursing in mental health: things get interesting, Proceedings of Today's challenges - tomorrow's solutions: 1st Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Winter Sunshine Symposium (2009)

As the human endeavour of healthcare delivery faces varied crisis across the planet, in Australia...

 

Building video conferencing communities of professional practice: extending the exploration of success (with Denise E. McGarry, Kim Foster, Elizabeth Martin, and Claire Newman), Proceedings of Mind to care: 35th Annual International Conference of the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses (2009)
 

Can caring be simulated? An examination of the literature related to application of high fidelity simulation to mental health nursing preparation (with Denise E. McGarry and Catherine Fowler), Proceedings of Mind to care: 35th Annual International Conference of the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses (2009)