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Unmet supportive care needs of men with locally advanced and metastatic prostate cancer on hormonal treatment: a mixed methods study. (2017)
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PATERSON, C., KATA, S.G., NANDWANI, G., DAS CHAUDHURY, D. and NABI, G. 2017. Unmet supportive care needs of men with locally advanced and metastatic prostate cancer on hormonal treatment: a mixed methods study. Cancer nursing [online], 40(6), pages 497-507. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1097/NCC.0000000000000482

Background: Men affected by prostate cancer who are undergoing hormone therapy can endure a range of symptoms that can adversely affect quality of life. Little research has been conducted to date, to understand the specific unmet supportive care need... Read More about Unmet supportive care needs of men with locally advanced and metastatic prostate cancer on hormonal treatment: a mixed methods study..

Process evaluation of the data-driven quality improvement in primary care (DQIP) trial: case study evaluation of adoption and maintenance of a complex intervention to reduce high-risk primary care prescribing. (2017)
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GRANT, A., DREISCHULTE, T. and GUTHRIE, B. 2017. Process evaluation of the data-driven quality improvement in primary care (DQIP) trial: case study evaluation of adoption and maintenance of a complex intervention to reduce high-risk primary care prescribing. BMJ open [online], 7(3), article number e015281. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015281

Objective: - To explore how different practices responded to the Data-driven Quality Improvement in Primary Care (DQIP) intervention in terms of their adoption of the work, reorganisation to deliver the intended change in care to patients, and whethe... Read More about Process evaluation of the data-driven quality improvement in primary care (DQIP) trial: case study evaluation of adoption and maintenance of a complex intervention to reduce high-risk primary care prescribing..

A qualitative exploration of how midwives' and obstetricians' perception of risk affects care practices for low-risk women and normal birth. (2017)
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HEALY, S., HUMPHREYS, E. and KENNEDY, C. 2017. A qualitative exploration of how midwives' and obstetricians' perception of risk affects care practices for low-risk women and normal birth. Women and birth [online], 30(5), pages 367-375. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2017.02.005

Background: Maternity care is facing increasing intervention and iatrogenic morbidity rates. This can be attributed, in part, to higher-risk maternity populations, but also to a risk culture in which birth is increasingly seen as abnormal. Technology... Read More about A qualitative exploration of how midwives' and obstetricians' perception of risk affects care practices for low-risk women and normal birth..

Support for healthy breastfeeding mothers with healthy term babies. (2017)
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MCFADDEN, A., GAVINE, A., RENFREW, M.J., WADE, A., BUCHANAN, P., TAYLOR, J.L., VEITCH, E., RENNIE, A.M., CROWTHER, S.A., NEIMAN, S. and MACGILLIVRAY, S. 2017. Support for healthy breastfeeding mothers with healthy term babies. Cochrane database of systematic reviews [online], Issue 2, article number CD001141. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD001141.pub5

Background There is extensive evidence of important health risks for infants and mothers related to not breastfeeding. In 2003, the World Health Organization recommended that infants be breastfed exclusively until six months of age, with breastfeedin... Read More about Support for healthy breastfeeding mothers with healthy term babies..

Development of a cross-cultural HPV community engagement model within Scotland. (2017)
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CARNEGIE, E., WHITTAKER, A., BRUNTON, C.G., HOGG, R., KENNEDY, C., HILTON, S., HARDING, S., POLLOCK, K.G. and POW, J. 2017. Development of a cross-cultural HPV community engagement model within Scotland. Health education journal [online], 76(4), pages 398-410. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0017896916685592

Objective: To examine cultural barriers and participant solutions regarding acceptance and uptake of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine from the perspective of Black African, White-Caribbean, Arab, Indian, Bangladeshi and Pakistani young people.... Read More about Development of a cross-cultural HPV community engagement model within Scotland..

Borderline personality disorder and the ethics of risk management: the action/consequences model. (2017)
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WARRENDER, D. 2018. Borderline personality disorder and the ethics of risk management: the action/consequences model. Nursing ethics [online], 25(7), pages 918-927. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0969733016679467

Patients with borderline personality disorder are frequent users of inpatient mental health units, with inpatient crisis intervention often used based on the risk of suicide. However this can present an ethical dilemma for nursing and medical staff,... Read More about Borderline personality disorder and the ethics of risk management: the action/consequences model..

Process evaluation of the data-driven quality improvement in primary care (DQIP) trial: active and less active ingredients of a multi-component complex intervention to reduce high-risk primary care prescribing. (2017)
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GRANT, A., DREISCHULTE, T. and GUTHRIE, B. 2017. Process evaluation of the data-driven quality improvement in primary care (DQIP) trial: active and less active ingredients of a multi-component complex intervention to reduce high-risk primary care prescribing. Implementation science [online], 12, article number 4. Available from https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-016-0531-2

Background: - Two to 4% of emergency hospital admissions are caused by preventable adverse drug events. The estimated costs of such avoidable admissions in England were {pound}530 million in 2015. The data-driven quality improvement in primary care (... Read More about Process evaluation of the data-driven quality improvement in primary care (DQIP) trial: active and less active ingredients of a multi-component complex intervention to reduce high-risk primary care prescribing..

Open, trusting relationships underpin safety in rural maternity a hermeneutic phenomenology study. (2016)
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CROWTHER, S. and SMYTHE, E. 2016. Open, trusting relationships underpin safety in rural maternity a hermeneutic phenomenology study. BMC pregnancy and childbirth [online], 16, 370. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-016-1164-9

Background: There are interwoven personal, professional and organisational relationships to be navigated in maternity in all regions. In rural regions relationships are integral to safe maternity care. Yet there is a paucity of research on how relati... Read More about Open, trusting relationships underpin safety in rural maternity a hermeneutic phenomenology study..

Critical analyses of the implications of Kangaroo Mother Care on a preterm infant. (2016)
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DONALD, S.K. 2016. Critical analyses of the implications of Kangaroo Mother Care on a preterm infant. Journal of neonatal nursing [online], 23(3), pages 159-168. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnn.2016.10.001

This case study will critically analyse the implications of Kangaroo Mother Care on a preterm infant and her family. Although Kangaroo Mother Care is recognised globally as an integral part of essential newborn care, there is currently a lack of stan... Read More about Critical analyses of the implications of Kangaroo Mother Care on a preterm infant..

Sustaining people with dementia or mild cognitive impairment in employment: a systematic review of qualitative evidence. (2016)
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MCCULLOCH, S., ROBERTSON, D. and KIRKPATRICK, P. 2016. Sustaining people with dementia or mild cognitive impairment in employment: a systematic review of qualitative evidence. British journal of occupational therapy [online], 79(11), pages 682-692. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0308022616665402

Introduction The World Health Organization estimates that 10% of the 35.6 million people worldwide with dementia are aged under 65 years. In an ageing workforce this has implications for employers, employees, and statutory and third sector services.... Read More about Sustaining people with dementia or mild cognitive impairment in employment: a systematic review of qualitative evidence..

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