Sue Gasquoine

Contractor
Health Care
Location: Building 510, Room 4021

Graduate supervision of theses

Karuna, Felice (2012). Osteopathy use in families of the Auckland Playcentre Association of New Zealand : prevalence and associated factors
Gardner, Karen (2011). An exploration of the experience of parents in the osteopathic treatment of their infants
Gardyne, Nicola (2011). Predictors of parents seeking osteopathic care for their infant
Carey, Lydia (2009). An investigation of the experience of osteopathically treating babies with breastfeeding problems
Atherfold, Cheryl (2008). Will someone walk with me? A case study exploration of graduate nurses' perceptions of the preceptored experience

Publications

Gasquoine, S., & Horne, W. (2015). 'Brave' leadership: Enabling educational innovation in the context of historical constraints. Networking for Education in Healthcare (NET), Cambridge, United Kingdom.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3922

Roy, D. E., Gasquoine, S. E., Caldwell, S., & Nash, D. (2015). Health professional and family perceptions of post-stroke information. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand (Vol. 31(2)).

Roy, D.E., Harrington, A., McKechnie, R., Gasquoine, S., Whalley, G., Anderson, V., Fennelly, G., Prakash, B., & McLean, P. (2015). Stroke Family Whanau Project Development Study: Phase 3a Part 2 Improving care outcomes through navigation in stroke: Recruitment. Unitec Research Symposium, Auckland.

Brown, M., McKimm, J., Gasquoine, S., MacDonald, J., Hawken, S., Henning, M., Moriarty, H., Wilkinson, T., Chan, K., Rogers, G., and Hilder, J. (2014). Health professionals in cyberspace: a systematic review of the literature. ASME 2014 Brighton, UK, XXXXX.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2942

Barrow, M., McKimm, J., Gasquoine, S., and Rowe, D. (2014). Collaborating in health care delivery: Exploring conceptual differences at the 'bedside'. Journal of Interprofessional Care, doi: 10.3109/13561820.2014.955911 (online early) (Vol. 29 (2)).

McKimm, J., Gasquoine, S., Barrow, M., and Rowe, D. (2014). 'Professional boundaries and boundary crossing: walking the talk'. ANZAHPE 2014 Griffith University, Queensland Australia.

Gasquoine, S., Barrow, M., Rowe, D., and McKimm, J. (2014). The use and perception of clinical protocols in interprofessional care. New Zealand Interprofessional Health Conference 2014, 8-9 September, 2014. AUT University, Auckland.

Rowe, D., Gasquoine, S., Barrow, M., and McKimm, J. (2014). 'Boundary crossing in healthcare.'. NET 2014 Cambridge University, Cambridge University.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3887

Niven, E., Roy, D. E., Schaefer, B. A., Gasquoine, S. E., & Ward, F. A. (2013). Making research real: Embedding a longitudinal study in a taught research course for undergraduate nursing students. Nurse Education Today, doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2011.10.024 (Vol. 33(1)).

MacDonald, J., McKimm, J., Gasquoine, S., Hawkens, S., Henning, M., Moriarty, H., Wilkinson, T., Chan, K., and Rogers , G. (2013). Health professionals in cyberspace: Enhancing the learning of professionalism in the context of Web 2.0. ASME Annual Scientific Meeting Edinburgh.

McKimm, J., Barrow, M., Gasquoine, S., and Rowe, D. (2013). Does activity theory help our understanding of teamwork, leadership and interprofessional collaboration? ASME Annual Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2865

Gasquoine, S., Rowe, D., Barrow, M., and McKimm, J. (2013). Can activity theory help us better understand the nature of interprofessional work in complex health care settings? 24th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Cambridge.

Ingamells, K., Napan, K., and Gasquoine, S. (2013). Strengths in Action. Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work (Vol. 25 (4)).

Barrow, M., McKimm, J., Gasquoine, S., and Rowe, D. (2013). Faculty development for enhancing teamwork and interprofessional collaboration. 2nd International Conference on Faculty Development in the Health Professions, Prague.

Barrow, M., Gasquoine, S., McKimm, J., and Rowe, D. (2013). Uncovering impediments to interprofessional collaboration. 40th conference of An International Association for Medical Education, Prague.

Clendon, J., and Gasquoine, S. (2012). Social media and the nursing profession: a guide to online professionalism for nurses and nursing students. New Zealand Nurses Organisation, Wellington.

McKimm, J., Barrow, M., Gasquoine, S., and Rowe, D. (2011). Exploring experienced doctors' and nurses' perceptions and experiences of leadership and followership. Association of the Study of Medical Education (ASME), ASME Annual Scientific Meeting 13-15 July 2011 RCPE, Edinburgh, UK.

Gasquoine, S.E., Barrow, M., and McKimm, J. (2011). Exploring experienced doctors' and nurses' perceptions and experiences of professional identity, interprofessional collaboration and leadership. Australia & New Zealand Association of Health Professionals in Education (ANZAHPE) Conference, Alice Springs, Australia, 27-30 June.

Niven, E., Roy, D. E., Schaefer, B. A., Gasquoine, S. E., and Ward, F. A. (2011). Making Research real: Embedding a longitudinal study in a taught research course for undergraduate nursing students. Nurse Education Today, Online Early doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2011.10.024.

Weller , J., Barrow, M., and Gasquoine, S. (2010). Interprofessional collaboration among junior doctors and nurses in the hospital setting. Medical Education, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2923.2010.03919.x (Vol. 45 (5)).

Barrow, M., McKimm, J., and Gasquoine, S. (2010). The policy and the practice: early-career doctors and nurses as leaders and followers in the delivery of health care. Advances in Health Sciences Education (Vol. 16 (1)).

Ingamells, K., Napan, K., and Gasquoine, S. (2010). Narratives of Strengths - a pilot study. Unitec Learning, Teaching and Research Symposium, Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.

Weller, J., Barrow, M., and Gasquoine, S. (2010). Interprofessional collaboration among junior doctors and nurses in the hospital setting. 15th National Prevocational Medical Education Forum, Melbourne, Australia.

Gasquoine, S. (2009). Myth and reality: Interprofessional collaboration in healthcare teams. Education and Practice: Working Together - Australasian Nurse Educators Conference 2009.

Barrow, M., Gasquoine, S., and Weller, J. (2008). Barriers to interprofessional teamwork in a health care settings. 31st HERDSA Annual Conference 'Engaging communities'.