Information about the ANSAT can be found in the following publications:
Information about the value of using supportive cues (a central construct of the tool):
Ossenberg C. Henderson A. & Dalton M. (2015) Determining attainment of nursing standards: The use of behavioural cues to enhance clarity and transparency in student clinical assessment, Nurse Education Today, 35,1, 12-15.
Details about the development and validation of the original ANSAT:
Ossenberg C., Dalton M. & Henderson A. (2016) Validation of the Australian Nursing Standards Assessment Tool: A pilot study, Nurse Education Today, 36, 23-30.
Particulars regarding the revised ANSAT following the release of the NMBA registered nursing standards of practice (2016):
Ossenberg C., Henderson A. & Mitchell M. (2020) Adoption of new practice standards in nursing: Revalidation of a tool to measure performance using the Australian registered nurse standards for practice. Collegian, 27, 352-360.
Discussion of value of ANSAT to explore its use in reviewing collective registered nurse practice performance
Takashima M., Burmeister E., Ossenberg C. & Henderson A. (2019) Assessment of the clinical performance of nursing students in the workplace: Exploring the role of benchmarking using the Australian Nurses Standards Assessment Tool (ANSAT), Collegian, 26, 502-506.
Potential use of the ANSAT concept for Enrolled Nurse performance review
Ossenberg C., Hull S., Pitts T. & Henderson A. (2021) Identifying how Enrolled Nurses meet requisite national practice standards: a case study. Collegian, 28, 275-280.