Dr Sarath Rathnayake
Dr Sarath Rathnayake
Department of Nursing, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
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Depression, Anxiety and Stress among Undergraduate Nursing Students in a Public University in Sri Lanka
S Rathnayake, J Ekanayaka
International Journal of Caring Sciences 9 (03), 1020, 2016
922016
Attitudes toward and willingness to work with older people among undergraduate nursing students in a public university in Sri Lanka: A cross sectional study
S Rathnayake, Y Athukorala, S Siop
Nurse Education Today 36, 439-444, 2016
822016
Quality of Life and Its Determinants among Older People Living in the Rural Community in Sri Lanka.
S Rathnayake, S Siop
Indian Journal of Gerontology 29 (2), 2015
252015
mHealth applications as an educational and supportive resource for family carers of people with dementia: An integrative review
S Rathnayake, W Moyle, C Jones, P Calleja
Dementia 18 (7-8), 3091-3112, 2019
152019
Self-reported eHealth literacy skills among nursing students in Sri Lanka: A cross-sectional study
S Rathnayake, A Senevirathna
Nurse Education Today 78, 50-56, 2019
132019
Family carers' perspectives of managing activities of daily living and use of mHealth applications in dementia care: A qualitative study
S Rathnayake, C Jones, P Calleja, W Moyle
Journal of clinical nursing 28 (23-24), 4460-4470, 2019
92019
Development of an mHealth application for family carers of people with dementia: A study protocol
S Rathnayake, W Moyle, CJ Jones, P Calleja
Collegian-The Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship and Research., 2019
72019
Family carers’ needs related to management of functional disability in dementia care and use of mHealth applications in health information seeking: An online survey
S Rathnayake, W Moyle, C Jones, P Calleja
Collegian, 2020
52020
Nurses’ perspectives of taking care of patients with Coronavirus disease 2019: A phenomenological study
S Rathnayake, D Dasanyake, SD Maithreepala, R Ekanayake, ...
PLOS ONE, 1-17, 2021
22021
Co-design of an mHealth application for family caregivers of people with dementia to address functional disability care needs
S Rathnayake, W Moyle, C Jones, P Calleja
Journal Informatics for Health and Social Care, 2021
22021
Distance Education for Supporting Nurse Training in Developing Countries - Assessment of Nursing Techniques for Postural Change using Skype in Sri Lanka -
H Tsujimura, Y Mori, S Miyakoshi, JR Rajasekera, AMSD Pathiranage, ...
The Kitakanto Medical Journal 64 (1), 57-66, 2014
22014
Perceived stress and learning environment among nursing students: A cross-sectional study
T Jagoda, S Rathnayake
Collegian, 2021
2021
Screening for mild cognitive impairment in people with obesity: a systematic review
N Karunathilaka, S Rathnayake
BMC Endocrine Disorders 21 (230), 2021
2021
Engaging in a newspaper cartoon thematic analysis to understand the socio economic, health, political, and environmental impact of COVID-19 in Sri Lanka
D Dassanayake, S Rathnayake, SD Maithreepala, N Sanjeewani
International Health Trends and Perspectives 1 (2), 249-287, 2021
2021
Exploring Facebook usage pertaining to sharing information among nurses during COVID-19 outbreak in Sri Lanka
H Dassanayake, S Rathnayake, R Ekanayake
Faculty of Allied Health Sciences University of Sri Jayewardenepura, 2021
2021
Perceived stress, dietary intake habits, and dietary self-efficacy among nursing students: A cross-sectional study
T Jagoda, S Rathnayake
Faculty of Allied Health Sciences University of Sri Jayewardenepura, 2021
2021
Nurses’ experiences of caring for patients with COVID 19: A phenomenological study in Sri Lanka
S Rathnayake, D Dasanayake, SD Maithreepala, R Ekanayake, ...
Faculty of Allied Health Sciences University of Sri Jayewardenepura, 2021
2021
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