Anne Dewar, PhD

Associate Professor Emerita

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Dewar, A.L. (2006). Assessment and management of chronic pain the older community dwelling person. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 24(1), 33-38.

Dewar, Al., Scott, J., Muir, J. (2004). Telephone follow up for day surgery patients: Patient perceptions and nurses experiences. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Menal Health Issues, 19(4), 234-241.

Dewar A.L., White, M., Toros Posada, S., & Dillion, W. (2003). Using nominal group technique to assess chronic pain patients’ perceived challenges and needs in a community health region. Journal of Health Expectations, 6, 44-52.

Dewar, AL, Craig,K, Muir, J. Cole C. (2003). Testing the effectiveness of a pain management strategy for day surgery patients. Ambulatory Surgery, 10, 81-88.

Dewar AL. (2003). Boosting strategies: Using social comparison to enhance well-being by sufferers of catastrophic illnesses and injures. Journal of Psychsocial Nursing and Mental Health Issues, 41, 24-32.

Dewar, A.L., Esson, L. & Entwistle, C. (2002). Prior Learning Assessment: Keep your options open. Canadian Nurse, 98, 28-31.

Dewar, A. L. (2001). Protecting strategies used by sufferers of catastrophic illnesses and injuries. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 10, 600-608.

Dewar, A.L. (2001). Challenges to communication: Supporting the SCI patient with their outcomes and prognosis. SCI Nursing, 18, 187-190.

Edwards, H., Nash, R., Najman, J., Yates, P., Fentiman, B., Dewar, A.L., Walsh, A.K., McDowell, J., & Sherman, H. (2001). Determinants of nurses intentions to administer opioids for pain relief. Nursing and Health Sciences, 3, 149-159.

Dewar, A. L. & Lee, E. (2000). Bearing illness and injury. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 22, 914-928.

Dewar, A.L. (2000). Nurses experience in giving bad news to patients with spinal cord injuries. Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 32, 324-330.

Nash, R. Yates, P. Edwards, H., Fentiman, B., Dewar, A. McDowell, J. Clark, R. (1999). Pain and the administration of analgesia; what nurses say. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 8, 180-189.

Yates, P., Dewar, A., Edwards, H., Fentiman, B., Najman, J., Nash, R., Richardson, V. Fraser, J. (1998). The prevalence and perception of pain among hospital in-patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 7, 521-530.

Dewar, A., & Barr, J. (1996). Mental Health and Chronic Illness. In Clinton, M. & Nelson, S (Eds.), Health and Illness: Mental Health Nursing in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: Prentice Hall.

Yates, P., Dewar, A., Fentiman, B. (1995). Pain: The views of elderly people living in long-term residential care settings. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 21, 667-674.

Dewar, A., & Morse, J. (1995). Unbearable incidents: Failure to endure. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22, 957-964.

Dewar, A., & Barr, J. (1996). Mental Health and Chronic Illness. In Clinton, M. & Nelson, S (Eds.), Health and Illness: Mental Health Nursing in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: Prentice Hall.

Nash, R., Najman, J., Yates, P., Edwards, H., Fentiman, B., Dewar, A., McDowell, J., Skerman, H. (1996). Educating nurses and patients for effective usage of analgesic medications. Report to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Branch of the Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services, Canberra, ACT.

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