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Thompson, Wendy, Kairuz, Therese, Noble, Christy and Hughes, Clair P. (2011). A comparison of the acquisition and documentation of CPD credit points in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In: 9th International Conference: Life Long Learning in Pharmacy, Rotorua, New Zealand, (). 29 June-2 July 2011. 145  
Kairuz, T., Noble, C. and Shaw, J. (2009). A competence-based tool for eliciting feedback on graduate acceptability to enter the internship programme. In: Fitness to Practice: Competency-based teaching and learning in Pharmacy, Prato, Italy, (). 6-8 July 2009. 65  
Coombes, Ian, Nissen, Lisa, Noble, Christy and Shaw, P. Nick (2009). Becoming a pharmacist: Interns’ perceptions of undergraduate curricula. In: S. Aldous, G. Peterson, G. Jacobson and L. Bereznicki, Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association Annual Conference 2009 : Program and Abstracts. Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association Conference, Hobart , Tasmania, Australia, (). 9-12 December 2009. 61 1
Noble, Christy, O'Brien, Mia, Coombes, Ian, Shaw, Paul N., Nissen, Lisa and Clavarino, Alexandra (2014) Becoming a pharmacist: Students' perceptions of their curricular experience and professional identity formation. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 6 3: 327-339. doi:10.1016/j.cptl.2014.02.010 41   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Noble, Christy, Coombes, Ian, Shaw, Paul Nicholas, Nissen, Lisa M. and Clavarino, Alexandra (2014) Becoming a pharmacist: the role of curriculum in professional identity formation. Pharmacy Practice, 1 12: . 46   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Noble, Christy (2013). Becoming pharmacists: how the pharmacy curriculum influences professional identity formation PhD Thesis, School of Pharmacy, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2014.125 65 6 0
Noble, Christy (2009) Cancer communication and pharmacists. Australian Pharmacist, 28 8: 662-665. 61  
Noble, Christy, O'Brien, Mia, Coombes, Ian, Shaw, P. Nicholas and Nissen, Lisa (2011) Concept mapping to evaluate an undergraduate pharmacy curriculum. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 75 3: 1-11. 103 4 2 Cited 5 times in Scopus5
Noble, Christy, Nissen, Lisa M., Shaw, Paul N. and Coombes, Ian (2009). Current Australian pharmacy undergraduate curriculum - are we really preparing graduates for the future?. In: 5th Pharmacy Education Symposium. Fitness to Practice: Competency-based teaching and learning in Pharmacy, Prato, Italy, (38). 6-8 July 2009. 100  
Noble, Christy, Shaw, P. Nicholas, Nissen, Lisa, Coombes, Ian and O'Brien, Mia (2011) Curriculum for uncertainty: Certainty may not be the answer. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 75 1: 1-2. doi:10.5688/ajpe75113a 88 6 0 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Noble, Christy, Coombes, Ian, Nissen, Lisa, O'Brien, Mia and Shaw, P. Nicholas (2010). Experiencing the pharmacy curriculum: Results of an observational study. In: Proceedings of the Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association Annual Conference 2010. Focus on the Future: Research and Education for a Healthier Community, Brisbane, Qld, Australia, (101). 6-9 December 2010. 75 7
Noble, C. (2008). Informal learning in the workplace: what are the environmental barriers for junior hospital pharmacists?. In: Proceedings of the Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association Conference. The Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association Conference: Teams for Tomorrow, Canberra, Australia, (85-86). 6-9 December 2008. 44  
Noble, Christy (2010) Medical treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia. Australian Pharmacist, 29 5: 424-429. 36 1
Kairuz, Therese, Noble, Christy and Shaw, John (2010) Preceptors, interns, and newly registered pharmacists' perceptions of New Zealand pharmacy graduates' preparedness to practice. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 74 6: 1-6. 65 2 2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2