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Journal articles

Frost, J. & Reid-Searl, K. (2015), CAN SIMULATION USING A SILICONE MASK STRENGTHEN READINESS FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE IN NURSING STUDENTS?.Collegian:The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research. (Submitted March)

Frost, J. & Reid-Searl. K. (2017) Exploring the potential of Mask-Ed™ (KRS simulation) to teach both the art and science of nursing: A discussion paper, Collegian 24(2).

Levett-Jones, T., Anderson, P., Reid-Searl, K., Guinea, S., McAllister, M., Lapkin, S., Palmer, L. & Niddrie, M. (2015) (in press). Tag team simulation: An innovative approach for promoting active engagement of participants and observers during group simulations. Nurse Education in Practice

Lane Krebs, K, Reid-Searl, K, & Heidke, P. 2012, 'Administer one puppet PRN', Australian Nursing Journal, vol. 19, no. 8, pp. 43-43.

McAllister, M, Levett-Jones, T, Downer, T, Harrison, P, Harvey, T, Reid-Searl, K, Lynch, K, Arthur, C, Layh, J, Calleja, P, 2013, ‘Snapshots of simulation: Creative strategies used by Australian educators to enhance simulation learning experiences for nursing students’, Nurse Education in  Practice, vol., pp. 1-6,

McAllister, M, Reid-Searl, K, Davis, S, ‘Who is that masked educator? Deconstructing the teaching and learning processes of an innovative humanistic simulation technique’, Nurse Education Today, vol. 33,pp.1453-1458.

Reid-Searl, K., Levett-Jones, T., Cooper, S., & Happell, B. (2014). The implementation of Mask-Ed: Reflections of academic participants. Nurse Education in Practice.

Reid Searl, K., McAllister, M., Dwyer, T., Krebs, K. L., Anderson, C., Quinney, L., & McLellan, S. (2014). Little people, big lessons: An innovative strategy to develop interpersonal skills in undergraduate nursing students. Nurse education today.

Reid-Searl, K., O'Neill, B., Dwyer, T., & Crowley, K. (2017). Using a Procedural Puppet to Teach Pediatric Nursing Procedures. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 13(1), 15-23.

Reid-Searl, K. & O’Neil, B. (2017), Mask-Ed: Breaking the barrier of fear of intimate care for nursing students, Accepted for publication Journal of Nursing Education.

Frost J, Delaney LJ. Nursing students’ experience in performing intimate clinical procedures via high fidelity Mask-Ed simulation
BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning Published Online First: 16 March 2018