Graeme Browne AssocDipCommHlth(Sydney), BHSc(NURS)(UNE), MPhil(USQ), PhD(QUT)
The therapeutic relationship and the mental health nurse: it is time to articulate what we do! (with Andrew Cashin and Iain Graham), Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing (2012)
A career in mental health - still an unlikely choice for nursing graduates: a replicated, longitudinal study (with John Stevens and Iain Graham), International Journal of Mental Health Nursing (2012)
Autism in Vietnam: the case for the development and evaluation of an information book to be distributed at the time of diagnosis (with Ko Chung Ying, Marie Hutchinson, Andrew Cashin, and Bui Vu Binh), Issues in Mental Health Nursing (2012)
Autism is not generally well understood by the community in the West or in Asia....
Case management of young children with behaviour and mental health disorders in school (with Andrew Cashin and Iain W. Graham), Australasian Journal of Early Childhood (2012)
When young children with behaviour and mental health disorders do not receive appropriate specialised support...
Children with behavioral/mental health disorders and school mental health nurses in Australia (with Andrew Cashin and Iain Graham), Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing (2012)
TOPIC: This review of the literature addresses Australian school mental health nursing is an...
Book review: Special issue of 'Advances in contemporary mental health nursing', by NG Procter & BE Wolfe, eContent Management, Maleny, Qld., 2006, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing (2006)
Review of 'Advances in contemporary nursing and interpersonal violence', Contemporary Nurse (2006)
Let’s talk about the “s” word (with C Quinn and B Happell), 36th International Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Conference (2010)
Research in a clinical setting: keys to success and failure, 36th International Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Conference (2010)
What do we do when faced with sexual issues? if it’s not my job, whose job is it? (with Chris Quinn and B Happell), 11th Victorian Collaborative Psychiatric Nursing Conference (2010)
We’re all thinking about it, now it’s time to talk about it: exploring mental health nurses experience in discussing sexuality issues with consumers (with C Quinn), 3rd ACMHN Gold Coast International Nurses Day Symposium (2009)
We’re waiting for it to happen, and when it does, what do we say? talking with mental health consumers about their sexual health concerns (with C Quinn), ACMHN North Queensland Symposium (2009)