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Clinical Neuropsychology: Open Access
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Thomas Buckley

Associate Professor at Sydney Nursing School, University of Sydney, Australia

Biography

Dr Tom Buckley is an Associate Professor in the Critical/ Acute Care teaching and research team as well as Research Education Academic Director (North Precinct and Sydney Nursing School). Tom has been a registered nurse since 1991 and has practised in senior nursing positions in the UK, USA and Australia in specialties such as nephrology, intensive care and acute cardiology. Tom’s primary clinical research activity is in the study of psychological and physical stressors and their impact on health risk. Tom his currently Editor Australian Critical Care.
Publications

Psychiatric and Mental Health Core Capabilities and Learning Outcomes Developed in Nurse Practitioner Programmes in Australia and the United States of America

Mental health/psychiatric need in the community have outstripped the availability of specialist practitioners. Accessibility, along with affordability of healthcare and stigma, is one of the main reasons for the unmet service need in this area. Nurse Practitioners are demonstrably safe and effective practitioners for whom prescribing is an importan... Read More»

Andrew Cashin, Roger Green and Thomas Buckley

Review Article: J Neuropsychopharmacol Mental Health

DOI: 10.4172/2472-095X.1000102

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