Andrea L. Hernan
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Health professional perspectives on the management of multimorbidity and polypharmacy for older patients in Australia
KP Mc Namara, BD Breken, HT Alzubaidi, JS Bell, JA Dunbar, C Walker, ...
Age and ageing 46 (2), 291-299, 2017
562017
Patient and carer identified factors which contribute to safety incidents in primary care: a qualitative study
AL Hernan, SJ Giles, J Fuller, JK Johnson, C Walker, JA Dunbar
BMJ quality & safety 24 (9), 583-593, 2015
562015
Why did they leave and what can they tell us? Allied health professionals leaving rural settings
K O’Toole, A Schoo, A Hernan
Australian Health Review 34 (1), 66-72, 2010
502010
Healthy minds for country youth: Help‐seeking for depression among rural adolescents
A Hernan, B Philpot, A Edmonds, P Reddy
Australian Journal of Rural Health 18 (3), 118-124, 2010
492010
Scaling-up from an implementation trial to state-wide coverage: results from the preliminary Melbourne Diabetes Prevention Study
ED Janus, JD Best, N Davis-Lameloise, B Philpot, A Hernan, CM Bennett, ...
Trials 13 (1), 1-6, 2012
352012
Implementation of diabetes prevention programs in rural areas: Montana and south‐eastern Australia compared
P Reddy, AL Hernan, KK Vanderwood, D Arave, ML Niebylski, TS Harwell, ...
Australian Journal of Rural Health 19 (3), 125-134, 2011
282011
Challenges of diabetes prevention in the real world: results and lessons from the Melbourne Diabetes Prevention Study
JA Dunbar, AL Hernan, ED Janus, E Vartiainen, T Laatikainen, ...
BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care 3 (1), e000131, 2015
272015
Developing a primary care patient measure of safety (PC PMOS): a modified Delphi process and face validity testing
AL Hernan, SJ Giles, JK O'Hara, J Fuller, JK Johnson, JA Dunbar
BMJ quality & safety 25 (4), 273-280, 2016
262016
Surveyors' perceptions of the impact of accreditation on patient safety in general practice
A Abou Elnour, AL Hernan, D Ford, S Clark, J Fuller, JK Johnson, ...
Medical journal of Australia 201, S56-S59, 2014
262014
Patients' and carers' perceptions of safety in rural general practice
AL Hernan, C Walker, J Fuller, JK Johnson, A Abou Elnour, JA Dunbar
Medical journal of Australia 201, S60-S63, 2014
242014
Implementation salvage experiences from the Melbourne diabetes prevention study
J Dunbar, A Hernan, E Janus, N Davis-Lameloise, D Asproloupos, ...
BMC Public Health 12 (1), 1-9, 2012
222012
Sustaining modified behaviours learnt in a diabetes prevention program in regional Australia: the role of social context
C Walker, A Hernan, P Reddy, JA Dunbar
BMC health services research 12 (1), 1-8, 2012
172012
Contributory factors to patient safety incidents in primary care: protocol for a systematic review
S Giles, M Panagioti, A Hernan, S Cheraghi-Sohi, R Lawton
Systematic reviews 4 (1), 1-7, 2015
142015
Validation of the primary care patient measure of safety (PC PMOS) questionnaire
SJ Giles, S Parveen, AL Hernan
BMJ quality & safety 28 (5), 389-396, 2019
132019
Association of weight misperception with weight loss in a diabetes prevention program
AL Hernan, VL Versace, T Laatikainen, E Vartiainen, ED Janus, ...
BMC public health 14 (1), 1-5, 2014
132014
The Melbourne Diabetes Prevention Study (MDPS): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
N Davis-Lameloise, A Hernan, ED Janus, E Stewart, R Carter, ...
Trials 14 (1), 1-9, 2013
112013
Investigating the feasibility of a patient feedback tool to improve safety in Australian primary care: a study protocol
AL Hernan, K Kloot, SJ Giles, H Beks, K McNamara, MJ Binder, V Versace
BMJ open 9 (5), e027327, 2019
102019
Recruitment into diabetes prevention programs: what is the impact of errors in self-reported measures of obesity?
A Hernan, B Philpot, ED Janus, JA Dunbar
BMC Public Health 12 (1), 1-7, 2012
52012
Developing a primary care patient measure of safety (PC PMOS): a modified Delphi process and face validity testing. BMJ Quality & Safety [Internet]. 2016 [cited 2018 Jan 12 …
AL Hernan, SJ Giles, JK O’Hara, J Fuller, JK Johnson, JA Dunbar
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Patient and carer identified factors which contribute to safety incidents in primary care: a qualitative study. BMJ Qual Saf. 2015; 24: 583–93
AL Hernan, SJ Giles, J Fuller, JK Johnson, C Walker, JA Dunbar
42016
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