Susie CARTLEDGE
Susie CARTLEDGE
Flinders University
Verifierad e-postadress på deakin.edu.au
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Mass media Campaigns’ influence on prehospital behavior for acute coronary syndromes: an evaluation of the Australian heart foundation's warning signs campaign
JE Bray, D Stub, P Ngu, S Cartledge, L Straney, M Stewart, W Keech, ...
Journal of the American Heart Association 4 (7), e001927, 2015
432015
A systematic review of basic life support training targeted to family members of high-risk cardiac patients
S Cartledge, JE Bray, M Leary, D Stub, J Finn
Resuscitation 105, 70-78, 2016
202016
Public cardiopulmonary resuscitation training rates and awareness of hands‐only cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a cross‐sectional survey of Victorians
JE Bray, K Smith, R Case, S Cartledge, L Straney, J Finn
Emergency Medicine Australasia 29 (2), 158-164, 2017
162017
Identifying barriers to the provision of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in high-risk regions: a qualitative review of emergency calls
R Case, S Cartledge, J Siedenburg, K Smith, L Straney, B Barger, J Finn, ...
Resuscitation 129, 43-47, 2018
132018
Incorporating cardiopulmonary resuscitation training into a cardiac rehabilitation programme: a feasibility study
S Cartledge, J Finn, JE Bray, R Case, L Barker, D Missen, J Shaw, D Stub
European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 17 (2), 148-158, 2018
122018
Understanding patients and spouses experiences of patient education following a cardiac event and eliciting attitudes and preferences towards incorporating cardiopulmonary …
S Cartledge, S Feldman, JE Bray, D Stub, J Finn
Journal of advanced nursing 74 (5), 1157-1169, 2018
102018
Regions with low rates of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) have lower rates of CPR training in Victoria, Australia
JE Bray, L Straney, K Smith, S Cartledge, R Case, S Bernard, J Finn
Journal of the American Heart Association 6 (6), e005972, 2017
92017
Do cardiac rehabilitation programs offer cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in Australia and New Zealand?
SH Cartledge, JE Bray, D Stub, H Krum, J Finn
Heart, Lung and Circulation 25 (6), 607-612, 2016
62016
Is there an app for that? Mobile phones and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease
L Neubeck, S Cartledge, S Dawkes, R Gallagher
Current opinion in cardiology 32 (5), 567-571, 2017
42017
Temporal trends in emergency medical services and general practitioner use for acute stroke after Australian public education campaigns
JE Bray, J Finn, P Cameron, K Smith, L Straney, S Cartledge, Z Nehme, ...
Stroke 49 (12), 3078-3080, 2018
32018
Association of overweight and obesity with obstructive sleep apnoea: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Z Dong, X Xu, C Wang, S Cartledge, R Maddison, SMS Islam
Obesity Medicine, 100185, 2020
22020
Usefulness of wearable cameras as a tool to enhance chronic disease self-management: scoping review
R Maddison, S Cartledge, M Rogerson, NS Goedhart, TR Singh, C Neil, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (1), e10371, 2019
22019
Why do we keep asking, do we still need cardiac rehabilitation?
SA Lear, S Cartledge
European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, 2047487320902745, 2020
12020
A cross-sectional survey examining cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in households with heart disease
S Cartledge, J Finn, K Smith, L Straney, D Stub, J Bray
Collegian 26 (3), 366-372, 2019
12019
The current temperature: A survey of post-resuscitation management across Australian and New Zealand intensive care units
J Bray, S Cartledge, J Finn, G Eastwood, N McKenzie, D Stub, L Straney, ...
Resuscitation 130, e123-e124, 2018
12018
A cross-sectional survey examining cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in households with heart disease
S Cartledge, J Finn, K Smith, L Straney, D Stub, J Bray
Resuscitation 118, e51-e52, 2017
12017
Barriers to bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in a dispatcher CPR system: a qualitative review of emergency calls
J Bray, R Case, S Cartledge, J Siedenburg, K Smith, B Barger, J Finn
Resuscitation 118, e90, 2017
12017
Regions with low rates of bystander CPR also have lower rates of residents with CPR training: A telephone survey of residents in Victoria, Australia
JE Bray, L Straney, K Smith, S Cartledge, R Case, S Bernard, J Finn
Circulation 134 (suppl_1), A16174-A16174, 2016
12016
Attitudes and preferences of high-risk cardiac patients and their family members towards basic life support training: A qualitative study
S Cartledge, J Bray, D Stub, S Feldman, J Finn
Resuscitation 106, e46, 2016
12016
A systematic review of basic life support training targeting family members of high-risk patients
S Cartledge, J Bray, M Leary, D Stub, J Finn
Resuscitation 96, 59, 2015
12015
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