RN, MN, Grad Dip Gerontics
Corinne is a registered nurse with specialist aged care qualifications. She has experience in teaching, research, and clinical practice in Australia and the United Kingdom. Corinne is an Academic Associate with the Centre for Ageing and Pastoral Studies and has been teaching for CAPS since 2005.
MacKinlay E. & Trevitt, C. (In press). Facilitating Spiritual Reminiscence: A learning guide for carers. 2nd Edn. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
MacKinlay, E. & Trevitt, C. (2012). Finding meaning in the experience of dementia: The place of spiritual reminiscence work. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
MacKinlay E. & Trevitt, C. (2006). Facilitating Spiritual Reminiscence: A learning guide for carers. Canberra: Centre for Ageing and Pastoral Studies
MacKinlay E. & Trevitt, C. (2010). Facilitating Spiritual Reminiscence: A learning guide for carers. Canberra: Centre for Ageing and Pastoral Studies (Translated into Japanese)
MacKinlay, E. & Trevitt, C. (in press). Spiritual factors in the experience of Azheimer's Disease and other dementias. In Dick-Muehlke, C. Ruobing, L. & Orleans, M. (Eds) Advances in Psychology, Mental Health and Behavioural Studies (APMHBS) Book Series. USA: IGI Global
Trevitt, C. (2006). Meeting the challenge of older people with memory loss and dementia. In MacKinlay, E. Challenges of Ageing: The Fourth Age. London: Jessica Kingsley Press.
Trevitt, C. & MacKinlay, E. (2005). Community aged care case study: an evaluation of aged care packages. In Kayrooz, C. & Trevitt, C (Chris). Research in organisations and communities: Tales from the real world. Sydney: Allan & Unwin.
Trevitt, C. and MacKinlay, E. (2004). 'Just because I can't remember…' Religiousness in older people with dementia. In MacKinlay, E. Ed. Spirituality in Later Life: On Humor and Despair. New York: The Haworth Press.
MacKinlay, E. & Trevitt, C. (2010). Living in aged care: Using spiritual reminiscence to enhance meaning in life for those with dementia. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 19, 394–401.
MacKinlay, E. & Trevitt, C. (2007). Ageing and Spirituality. Medical Journal of Australia. Vol 186 (10) Supplement.
Trevitt, C. & MacKinlay E. (2006). "I am just an ordinary person"… Spiritual reminiscence in older people with memory loss. Journal of Religion, Spirituality and Aging. Vol 19 (2/3): 77-89.
Dunk, A & Trevitt, C. (2005). How the AWMA Clinical Practice Guidelines for Prediction and Prevention of Pressure Ulcers are being used across the ACT.
Primary Intention: The Australian Journal of Wound Management. Vol. 13 (3).
Grealish, L. & Trevitt, C. (2005). Developing a professional identity: Student nurses in the workplace. Contemporary Nurse, Vol. 19 (1-2): 41-51.
Trevitt, C. (2005). Something for Everyone. Guest Editorial, Primary Intention: The Australian Journal of Wound Management. Vol. 13 (2): 56.
MacKinlay E. & Trevitt C. (2003). Not just an ordinary person: Spiritual reminiscence and memory loss. The Australian Nurses Journal Vol. 11 (5): 31.
Trevitt C. Grealish L. & Reaby L. (2001). Students in Transit: Using a Self-Directed Preceptorship Package to Smooth the Journey. Journal of Nursing Education. Vol 40 (5): 225-228.
Trevitt, C. (2001). Cancer in older persons: Nursing care issues. The Australian Journal of Cancer Nursing. Vol 1 (3): 15 -19.
Trevitt C. (1999). Clinical experience in undergraduate education: Issues and challenges. Contemporary Nurse, Vol. 8 (1): 270.
Trevitt C. & Gallagher E. (1996). Elder abuse in Canada and Australia: Implications for nurses. International Journal of Nursing Studies Vol. 33(6): 651-659.