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Exploring acceptability and feasibility of a wearable device to facilitate home phototherapy treatment for newborn jaundice in rural Scotland: an interpretive description study. (2021)
Thesis
LIRONI, J. 2021. Exploring acceptability and feasibility of a wearable device to facilitate home phototherapy treatment for newborn jaundice in rural Scotland: an interpretive description study. Robert Gordon University, MRes thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1678027

Jaundice is a common condition in newborn infants, turning skin colour yellow due to the build-up of bilirubin. Internationally, jaundice continues to result in newborn infants' hospital admission, forcing separation of family units at the pivotal po... Read More about Exploring acceptability and feasibility of a wearable device to facilitate home phototherapy treatment for newborn jaundice in rural Scotland: an interpretive description study..

Exploring the facilitators and barriers of a wearable device to treat newborn jaundice at home: protocol for an integrative review. (2019)
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LIRONI, J., GRANT, A. and KENNEDY, C. 2019. Exploring the facilitators and barriers of a wearable device to treat newborn jaundice at home: protocol for an integrative review. [Protocol]. PROSPERO [online], item number CRD42019157824. Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?ID=CRD42019157824

This review will investigate how home phototherapy and wearable technology is used for the treatment of new born babies with jaundice. Also, what are the experiences of parents and healthcare professionals regarding caring for newborn infants receivi... Read More about Exploring the facilitators and barriers of a wearable device to treat newborn jaundice at home: protocol for an integrative review..

Undergraduate experience of selection group interviews: a qualitative research study subjected to pedagogical reflection. (2018)
Journal Article
LIRONI, J. 2018. Undergraduate experience of selection group interviews: a qualitative research study subjected to pedagogical reflection. Practising midwife, 21(10) [online], pages 27-30. Available from: https://www.all4maternity.com/practising-midwife-archive/practising-midwife-november-2018/

This study explores stage 1 nursing students’ experiences of group interviews as part of the selection process to inform the future of midwifery selection practice. Using hermeneutic phenomenology to interview students is valid as a tool of reflectio... Read More about Undergraduate experience of selection group interviews: a qualitative research study subjected to pedagogical reflection..