1. Cornish S, Wynne R, Klim S, Kelly AM.  Protective lung strategies; a cross sectional survey of nurses knowledge and use in the emergency department. Australas Emerg Nurs J 2017;20:87-91.Cornish_protective lung strategies.pdf

  2. Kerr D, Klim S, Kelly AM, McCann T. Impact of a modified nursing handover model for improving nursing care and documentation in the emergency department: a pre- and post-implementation study. Int J Nurs Practice 2016; 22:89-97.Nursing handover.pdf

  3. Kerr D, McKay S, Klim S ,Kelly AM, McCann T. Attitudes of emergency department patients about handover at the bedside.  J Clin Nurs 2014; 23:1685-93.           Kerr_pat attitudes bedside handover.pdf

  4. Klim S, Kelly AM, Kerr D, McCann T, Wood S. Developing a framework for nursing handover in the emergency department: an individualised and systematic approach.  J Clin Nurs J Clin Nurs. 2013;22(15-16):2233-43.Kerr_framework ED handover.pdf

  5. Kerr D, Woodruff I, Kelly AM.  Clinical nursing research: Nurses' attitudes and activity.  Collegian 2004; 11:17-21.

  6. Kelly AM, Milijesic S, Mant P, Ashton W.  Plaster checks by nurses: safe and efficient.  Accident and Emergency Nursing 1996; 4:76-77.

  7. Kelly AM, McCarthy S, Richardson S, Parris W.  Triage initiated x-rays for limb injuries are accurate and efficient.  Emergency Medicine 1995; 7:81-84.

  8. Parris W, McCarthy S, Richardson S, Kelly AM.  Do triage initiated x-rays for limb injuries reduce patient transit time?  Accident and Emergency Nursing  1997; 5:14-15.NI xrays transit time.pdf

  9. Miljesic S, Kelly AM. Reduction of anterior dislocation of the shoulder: the Spaso technique.  Emergency Medicine 1998; 10: 173-5.Miljesic_Spaso technique.pdf