Academic & Research Interests:
- Chronic conditions
- Implementation research
- Consumer experience of the health care system
- Knowledge transfer
- Member of the Australian College of Nurses Australia - MACN
Ehrlich, C., Kendall, E. & Winsome, J. (in press). How does care coordination provided by registered nurses “fit” within the organisational processes and professional relationships in the general practice context?” Collegian. Received 6 February 2012; received in revised form 27 April 2012; accepted 30 April 2012
Ehrlich, C., Kendall, E., & Muenchberger, H. (2012). Spanning boundaries and creating strong patient relationships to coordinate care are strategies used by experienced chronic condition care coordinators. Contemporary Nurse, 42(1), 67-75.
Kendall, E., Ehrlich, C., Sunderland, N., Muenchberger, H., Rushton, C. (2011). Self-managing versus self-management: reinvigorating the socio-political dimensions of self-management. Special Issue – Chronic Illness. 7 (1), 87-98.
Ehrlich, C., Kendall, E., Muenchberger, H. (2011). Practice-based chronic condition care coordination: challenges and opportunities. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 17, 1-7.
Kendall, E., Del Fabbro, L., Ehrlich, C., Rixon.K. (2011). Rebuilding community: considerations for policy makers in the wake of the 2011 Queensland Floods [Commentary]. Australian Health Review. 35, 520–522.
Ehrlich, C., Kendall, E., Muenchberger, H. & Armstrong, K. (2009). Co-ordinated Care: What does this really mean? Health and Social Care in the Community. 17 (6), 619-626
Ehrlich, C., Kendall, E., St John, W. (2010).‘Listening to my body’ to ‘Look after my body’: A theory of information-use for self management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Journal of Nursing and Chronic Illness. DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-9824.2010.01067.x
Published 29th June 2017