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Linda Sweet

Language:

English

Location training services can be provided:

Australia (Adelaide and Darwin) and online

Products covered:

  • NVivo 9, 10 and 11 for Windows

About Linda:

Linda is an Associate Professor nurse-midwife with broad research and training expertise. Linda has used every version of NVivo since NUD*IST 1.0, and has been training in the use of the software since 1994. Linda provides training in NVivo for Windows across Australia for individuals and organisations.

Her publications include:

Sweet, L & Broadbent, J (2017) Nursing students’ perceptions of the qualities of a clinical facilitator that enhance learning. Nurse Education in Practice Vol. 22, pp 30-36 DOI:10.1016/j.nepr.2016.11.007 Mohale, H, Sweet, L & K Graham (2016) “Maternity health care: the experiences of Sub-Saharan African women in Sub-Saharan Africa and Australia”. Women and Birth DOI:10.1016/j.wombi.2016.11.011 Ward, H, Gum, L, Attrill, S, Bramwell, D, Lindeman, I, Lawn, S & Sweet, L (accepted 2016) “Educating for interprofessional practice: moving from knowing to being, the final piece of the puzzle?” BMC Research Notes. James, L., Sweet, L & Donnellan-Fernandez, R, L (2016). "Breastfeeding initiation and support: A literature review of what women value and the impact of early discharge." Women and Birth. DOI:10.1016/j.wombi.2016.09.013 Tierney, O, Sweet, L, Houston, D & Ebert, L (2016) The Continuity of Care Experience in Australian midwifery education- what have we achieved? Women and Birth DOI:10.1016/j.wombi.2016.10.006 Rance, S & Sweet, L, (2016) "Developing clinical teacher capacities of midwifery students" Women and Birth. DOI: 10.1016/j.wombi.2015.12.002 Lawn, S, Lloyd, A, King, A, Sweet, L & Gum, L (2014) Integration of primary health services: being put together does not mean they will work together. BMC Research Notes 7:66 DOI: 10.1186/10.1186/1756-0500-7-66 Lawn, S, Delany, T, Sweet, L, Battersby, M & Skinner, T (2013) Barriers and enablers to good communication and information sharing practices in care planning for chronic condition management. Australian Journal of Primary Health. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/PY13087 Richards, J, Sweet, L & Billett, S (2013) Preparing medical students as agentic learners. Asia-Pacific Journal Cooperative Education 14(4), 251-263 Gum, L, Lloyd, A, Richards, J, Sweet, L, Ward, H, Lindemann, Lawn, S & Bramwell, D (2013) Developing an Interprofessional Capability Framework for Teaching Health Care Students in a Primary Health Care Setting. Journal of Interprofessional Care. Vol. 27, No. 6, pp.454-460 DOI:10.3109/13561820.2013.807777 Lawn, S, Delany, T, Sweet, L, Battersby, M & Skinner, T (2014) Control in chronic condition care: How it occurs in the health worker-client relationship and implications for client empowerment and dependency. Journal Advanced Nursing. 70(2) pp. 383-394. Billet, S, Sweet, L & Glover, P (2013) The curriculum and pedagogic properties of midwifery students’ practicum experiences. Vocations and Learning Vol.6, No. 2, pp. 237-257. Sweet, L & Glover, P (2013) An exploration of midwifery continuity of care experience program at one Australian University as a symbiotic clinical education model. Nurse Education Today Vol.33, No.3, p262-267 doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2011.11.020