Emma Tumilty
Emma Tumilty
Lecturer - Ethics, Law, & Professionalism, Deakin University
Verified email at deakin.edu.au
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Introduction: priority setting, equitable access and public involvement in health care
A Weale, K Kieslich, P Littlejohns, A Tugendhaft, E Tumilty, K Weerasuriya, ...
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2016
Multimorbidity, clinical decision making and health care delivery in New Zealand Primary care: a qualitative study
T Stokes, E Tumilty, F Doolan-Noble, R Gauld
BMC family practice 18 (1), 1-11, 2017
Patterns of public participation: opportunity structures and mobilization from a cross-national perspective
J Slutsky, E Tumilty, C Max, L Lu, S Tantivess, RC Hauegen, JA Whitty, ...
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2016
Public involvement in health priority setting: future challenges for policy, research and society
DJ Hunter, K Kieslich, P Littlejohns, A Weale, S Staniszewska, E Tumilty, ...
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2016
Supporting New Zealand graduate midwives to stay in the profession: An evaluation of the Midwifery First Year of Practice programme
L Dixon, S Calvert, E Tumilty, M Kensington, E Gray, S Lennox, ...
Midwifery 31 (6), 633-639, 2015
The Midwifery First Year of Practice programme: Supporting New Zealand midwifery graduates in their transition to practice
S Pairman, L Dixon, E Tumilty, E Gray, N Campbell, S Calvert, S Lennox, ...
New Zealand College of Midwives Journal 52, 12-19, 2016
HealthPathways implementation in a New Zealand health region: a qualitative study using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research
T Stokes, E Tumilty, F Doolan-Noble, R Gauld
BMJ open 8 (12), e025094, 2018
Making ethics review a learning institution: The Ethics Application Repository proof of concept–tear. otago. ac. nz
M Tolich, E Tumilty
Qualitative Research 14 (2), 201-212, 2014
New Zealand's midwifery profession: Embracing graduate midwives' transition to practice
M Kensington, N Campbell, E Gray, L Dixon, E Tumilty, S Pairman, ...
New Zealand College of Midwives Journal 52, 20-25, 2016
Creating sustainable health care systems: Agreeing social (societal) priorities through public participation
P Littlejohns, K Kieslich, A Weale, E Tumilty, G Richardson, T Stokes, ...
Journal of health organization and management, 2019
Stepping forward into life as a midwife in New Zealand/Aotearoa: An analysis of the Midwifery first year of practice programme 2007 to 2010
L Dixon, E Tumilty, M Kensington, NE Campbell, SM Lennox, S Calvert, ...
New Zealand College of Midwives, 2014
Researcher Emotional Safety as Ethics in Practice
M Tolich, E Tumilty, L Choe, N Hohmann-Marriott, B., Faye
Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity (Ed: R. Iphofen), 2019
Improving access to health care for people with severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in Southern New Zealand: qualitative study of the views of health …
T Stokes, E Tumilty, ATF Latu, F Doolan-Noble, J Baxter, K McAuley, ...
BMJ open 9 (11), e033524, 2019
How does voluntary ethics improve research? Introducing a community research development initiative.
P Flanagan, E Tumilty
Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Community Development 1 (2), 2015
Developing ethical frameworks in animal-assisted social service delivery in Aotearoa New Zealand
P Walker, E Tumilty
The British Journal of Social Work 49 (1), 163-182, 2019
Health care utilisation and health needs of people with severe COPD in the southern region of New Zealand: a retrospective case note review
J Dummer, E Tumilty, D Hannah, K McAuley, J Baxter, F Doolan-Noble, ...
COPD: Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 17 (2), 136-142, 2020
‘A balancing act’. Living with severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in Southern New Zealand: a qualitative study
E Tumilty, F Doolan-Noble, ATF Latu, K McAuley, J Dummer, J Baxter, ...
Journal of Primary Health Care 12 (2), doi:10.1071/HC20007, 2020
Ethics unleashed: Developing responsive ethical practice and review for the inclusion of non-Human Animal participants in qualitative research
E Tumilty, CM Smith, P Walker, G Treharne
The SAGE handbook of qualitative research ethics, 396-410, 2018
Emerging Roles of Clinical Ethicists
JS Farroni, E Tumilty, D Mukherjee, S McCammon, DM Chooljian, ...
Journal of Clinical Ethics 30 (3), 262-9, 2019
Rupturing Ethics Literacy: The Ethics Applications Repository (TEAR)
E Tumilty, M Tolich, S Dobson
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