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McCann, T. V., Lubman, D. I., & Clark, E. (2009) First-time primary caregivers’ experience of caring for young adults with first-episode psychosis, Schizophrenia Bulletin, doi: 10.1093/schbul/sbp085
Marshall, H., Robinson, P., Germov, J. & Clark, E. (2009). Teaching sociology in Australia. A report to the Australian Learning and Teaching Council. Strawberry Hills, NSW: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
Clark, E., Squire, S., Heyme, A., Mickle, ME, & Petrie, E. (2009) The PACT project: improving communication at handover, Medical Journal of Australia, 190, s125–s127.
McCann, T. V., Clark, E. & Lu, S. (2009) Subjective side-effects of antipsychotics and medication adherence in people with schizophrenia, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65, 534–543.
Clark, E. & McCann, T. V. (2009) The aged care sector: residential and community care. In E. Willis, L. Reynolds & H. Keleher, (eds.), Understanding the Australian health care system, pp. 83–93, Sydney: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier.
Clark, E. (2008) “What do we need to know this for?” Teaching sociology to nursing students. Nexus, 20(4), 7–8.
McCann, T. V., Deans, C., Clark, E., & Lu, S. (2008) A comparative study of antipsychotic medication taking in people with schizophrenia, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 17, 428–438.
McCann, T. V., Clark, E., & Lu, S. (2008) The self-efficacy model of medication adherence in chronic mental illness, Journal of Nursing & Healthcare in Chronic Illness in association with Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17, 328–339.
McCann, T. V., Boardman, G., Clark, E. & Lu, S. (2008) Risk profiles for non-adherence to antipsychotic medications, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 15, 622–629.
Boardman, G., McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2008) Accessing healthcare professionals about antipsychotic medication related concerns, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 29(7), 739–754.
McCann, T.V., Clark, E., Baird, J. & Lu, S. (2008) Mental health clinicians’ attitudes about consumer and consumer consultant participation in Australia: A cross-sectional survey design, Nursing and Health Sciences, 10, 78–84.
McCann, T.V., Baird, J., Clark, E. & Lu, S. (2008) Mental health professionals’ attitudes towards consumer participation in inpatient units, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 15, 10–16.
Scanlon, A., Clark, E. & McGuiness, W. (2008) Acute (adult clinical inpatient) care nurses’ attitudes towards and knowledge of nationally endorsed 5As smoking cessation guidelines, Contemporary Nurse, 29(1), 80–91.
Clark, E. & McCann, T.V. (2008) The influence of friends on smoking commencement and cessation in undergraduate nursing students: a survey, Contemporary Nurse, 27(2), 185–193.
McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2008) Attitudes of patients towards mental health nurse prescribing of antipsychotic agents, International Journal of Nursing Practice, 14, 115–121.
McCann, T.V., Clark, E., McConnachie, S. Harvey, I. (2007) Deliberate Self Harm: Emergency Department nurses’ attitudes, triage and care decisions, Journal of Clinical Nursing 16(5), 1704–1711.
McCann, T.V., Baird, J., Clark, E. & Lu, S. (2006) Beliefs about using consumer consultants in inpatient psychiatric units, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 15, 258–265.
McCann, T.V., Clark, E., McConnachie, S.  Harvey, I. (2006) Accident and emergency nurses’ attitudes towards patients who self-harm, Accident and Emergency Nursing, 14, 4–10.
McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2005) Using unstructured interviews with clients who have schizophrenia, Nurse Researcher, 13(1), 7–18.
Hurworth, R., Clark, E., Martin, J. & Thomsen, S. (2005) The use of photo-interviewing: three examples from health evaluation and research, Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 4 (new series), 1 & 2, 52–62.
McCann, T. V., Clark, E. & Rowe, C. (2005) Undergraduate nursing students' attitudes towards smoking health promotion, Nursing and Health Sciences, 7, 164–174.
McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2005) Adopting care provider-facilitator roles: community mental health nurses and young adults with an early episode of schizophrenia, Social Theory & Health, 3, 39–60.
Clark, E. & McCann, T. V.  (2005) Researching students: an ethical dilemma, Nurse Researcher, 12(3), 42–51.
McCann, T. V. &  Clark, E. (2004) Embodiment of severe and enduring mental illness: finding meaning in schizophrenia, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 25, 783–798.
Clark, E., McCann, T.V., Rowe, K. & Lazenbatt, A. (2004) Cognitive dissonance and undergraduate nursing students’ knowledge of, and attitudes about, smoking, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 46(6), 586–594.
Clark, E. & McCann, T. V.  (2004) Ageing and Health. In C. Grbich, (ed.), Health in Australia Sociological Concepts and Issues, 3rd Ed., pp.151–172, Frenchs Forest: Pearson Education Australia.
McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2004) Advancing self-determination with young adults who have schizophrenia, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 11, 12–20.
Clark, E. & McCann, T. V. (2003) Social capital: One source of wellness in older adults? Health Sociology Review, 12(2), 163–170.
Clark, E. & McCann, T. (2003) Promoting mental wellness in older adults: the role of retirement villages. Proceedings of ‘Ageing well: addressing the multicultural challenge’ international symposium, Victoria University, 9th – 10th October 2003.
McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2003) Grounded theory in nursing research: Part 1 Methodology, Nurse Researcher, 11(2), 7–18.
McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2003) Grounded theory in nursing research: Part 2 Critique, Nurse Researcher, 11(2), 19–28.
McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2003) Grounded theory in nursing research: Part 3 Application, Nurse Researcher, 11(2), 29–39.
McCann, T. V. & Clark, E. (2003) A grounded theory study of the role nurses play in increasing clients’ willingness to access community mental health services, International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 12, 279–287.
Clark, E. (2003) Review of Ethics in Qualitative Research by M. Maunther, M. Birch, J. Jessop, and T. Miller (eds), in Nurse Researcher, 11(1), 79–80.
Clark, E. (2003) Review of Sociology Australia, 2nd Ed, by J. Bessant & R. Watts, in Journal of Sociology, 39(1), 103–105.
Clark, E. (2002) Review of Who Cares? The Changing Health Care System, by J. Lumby, in Health Sociology Review, 10(2), 3–4.
Clark, E. (2000) Review of Promoting Men’s Health: an Essential Book for Nurses, by T. Laws (ed.) in Journal of Sociology, 36(1), 128–129.
Clark, E. (1999) Getting at the truth in oral history, Social Research and Social Change, 6,
1–17.
Clark, E. (1998) Review of Sociology for nurses: an Australian introduction, 2nd Ed., by S. Short, E. Sharman, & S. Speedy in Journal of Sociology, 34(3), 353.
Clark, E. (1996) Participation in planning for the Alpine National park: reality or rhetoric? People and Physical Environment Research, Issue 51, 16–21.
Clark, E. (1992) Le pastoralisme dans les Alpes: histoire parallele (Alpine grazing, a tale of two states). Revue de geographie alpine, LXXX (2-3), 129–155.
Clark, E. (1992) Behavioural risk factor study interviewer training manual, Albury: Public Health Unit, NSW Department of Health, South West Region.
Clark, E. (1990) Recreation in the high country. In D. Rowe & G. Lawrence, (eds.), Sport and leisure: trends in Australian popular culture, pp.232–243, Sydney: Harcourt Bruce Jovanovich.
Clark, E. (1990) A review of estimates of Victorian skifield usage with considerations for their future. Melbourne: Victorian National Parks Association.
Clark, E. (1989) Ecology or heritage? Value clash in the Victorian high country. In P. R. Hay, R. Eckersley and G. Holloway, (eds.), The practice of Australian ecopolitics: Essays in honour of Richard Jones, pp. 119–124, Centre for Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania.
Clark, E. (1988) Community organisations and women’s work. In K. E. James, (ed.), Women in rural Australia, pp. 43–58, St Lucia: University of Queensland Press.
Clark, E. (1987) Plain wrapped decisions, Codswallop: Stories from the Upper Murray, 4, 51–53.
Clark, E. (1983) Albury thinks about war. Australian Society, 2(9), 17.