Nursing Publications

2014

Burns T& Fernandez R. Experiences of adults on dialysis and waiting for a renal transplant from a deceased donor: a systematic review protocol. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews & Implementation Reports. 2014:12(7) 173-191 

Tranter S, Cuesta AC & Ong S. Evaluation of a pre-peritoneal dialysis assessment and education programme. Renal Soc of Aust J, 2014:10(3), 112-115.

Turner K & Burns T. The role of a renal transplant recipient coordinator in a non-transplanting unit. Transplant J Aust. 2014:23(3), 7-9.

 

2013

Josland, E. Quality of Life. What information is already available and what evidence is this based on? Nephrology,2013c: 18, 410-413.

Burns, T. Waiting for a kidney transplant in Australia. Transplant Journal of Australasia, 2013b: 23, 10-15

Cuesta, C., Blow, T. & Tranter, S. Epidermolysis bullosa:a rare challenge for peritoneal dialysis nurses. Renal Society of Australasia Journal, 2013:9, 41-44.

Tranter S., Anastasiou A., Bazzi H., Burgess H. & Josland E. The renal memorial service: an important component of renal supportive care. Renal Society of Australasia Journal, 2013:9, 80-84.

Other published material (Books, book chapters, reviews)

Burns, T. Book review: "Nutritional Management of Renal Disease". Renal Society of Australasia Journal,2013: 9, 143.

Field, D. 2013. Book review: Understanding chronic kidney disease a guide for non-specialists. Renal Society of Australasia Journal, 9, 45.

Josland, E. Book review "Kidney disease: From advanced disease to bereavement" Second edition. The Renal Society of Australasia Journal,2013: 9, 142.

2012

Josland E, Brennan F, Anastasiou A, Brown MA. Developing and sustaining a renal supportive care service for people with end stage kidney disease. Renal Society of Australasia Journal 2012; 8(1): 12-18.

Moustakas J, Bennett P, Tranter S, Nicholson J. The needs of older people with advanced chronic kidney disease choosing supportive care: a review. Renal Society of Australasia Journal 2012, 8(2) 70-75.

Westgarth F, Chiarella M. & Tranter S. The Haemodialysis Models of Care Program. Renal Society of Australasia Journal 2012, 8(1) 24-31.

2009

Tranter, S. Bubnij, S. Dunford, M. Graham, J. Holland, G. Josland, E. Millar, R. Paulik, O. Sargeant, C. & Tasker, N. (2009) A hospital wide nursing documentation project. ANJ. 17(5), pp 34-36.

2008

Gregory, L, Millar, R, Tasker, N. & Tranter, S. (2008) Nurse led initiative to improve assessment and documentation. ANJ. 16(3) p19.

Tranter, S. (2008) Clinical Cases in Kidney Disease (book review). Ren Soc Aust Journal 4(2) 64.

Dobson S, Tranter S. (2008) Organising the work: choosing the most effective way to deliver nursing care in a hospital haemodialysis unit. Ren Soc Aust Journal 4(2) 59-63.

Tranter, S. Developing the model of care in a hospital haemodialysis Unit. Ren Soc Aust Journal 4(S1) S3.

Tranter, S. Martinez, Y. (2008) The buttonhole technique: some hurdles to conquer. Ren Soc Aust Journal 4(S1) S25.

2007

Tranter S., Burns, T., Dobson, S., Graf, E., Ng, W & Martinez Y. (2007) Practice Development in the hospital haemodialysis unit: improving calcium and phosphate management. Ren Soc Aust Journal 3(2) 61-64.

2006

Tranter, S. (2006) Supportive care for the renal patient. Ren. Soc. Aust Journal. 2(3) p72.

Tranter, S.A. (2006) From machine to patient: shifting the focus of care within a hospital haemodialysis unit. Nursing.Aust Journal. 7(1) pp18-19.

Tranter, S., Martinez, Y. & Rayment, G. (2006) A nurse initiated iron management protocol for patients on hospital haemodialysis. Ren. Soc. Aust Journal. 2(1) pp 30-32.

2005

Tranter, S.A. (2005) From machine to patient: shifting the focus of care in a hospital haemodialysis unit. Dissertation for the award of Doctor in Nursing, University of Technology, Sydney.

Tranter, S., Martinez, Y. (2005). A nurse imitated iron management protocol for patients on hospital haemodialysis. Achievements in Nursing. Volume 7, St George Hospital Nursing and Midwifery Research Council pp 22-24.

Tranter S. Aiming for patient centred care. Australian Nursing Journal. 12(1) 33.

2002

Tranter S.A. (2002) Ground - Breaker, Shelley Tranter in profile. Nursing Weekly. Oct 16th.

Gassib Spain, L., Stewart, A., Tranter S.A., Young J. (2002) Complementary Therapies and Nursing Practice. Sydney: SESAHS.

Tranter S.A. (2002) How accurate is that BP? An assessment of the reliability of BP measurements undertaken by nurses throughout St George Hospital. Achievements in Nursing. Volume 4, St George Hospital Nursing Research Council pp. 53-55.

2001

Tranter S.A., Martinez Y. (2001) Debugging the system: Our renal unit's experience with a decontamination protocol for tunnelled central venous catheters used for haemodialysis. Achievements in Nursing. Volume 3, St George Hospital Nursing Research Council. pp. 34-35.

2000

Tranter S.A. (2000) Holistic Care: The introduction of complementary therapies into nursing practice. Achievements in Nursing. Volume 2, St George Hospital Nursing Research Council pp. 46-47.* Awarded best paper.

Tranter S.A. & Donoghue, J. (2000) Brushing has made a sweeping change: a study of the use of the endoluminal FAS brush for haemodialysis CVC management. Australian Critical Care. 13(1) pp 10-13.

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