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The effectiveness of educating community nurses by distance learning. (1996)
Thesis
LAWTON, S.M.R. 1996. The effectiveness of educating community nurses by distance learning. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

The purpose of this thesis is to examine the effectiveness of distance learning within post-registration community nurse education. In this context, 'effectiveness' is defined as being useful to the student or 'fit for purpose' and it focuses on the... Read More about The effectiveness of educating community nurses by distance learning..

Clinical Academic (Research) Careers Scheme (CARC) for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals in (NMAHPs) NHS Lothian: annual report.
Report
NHS LOTHIAN CARC MANAGEMENT GROUP. 2015. Clinical Academic (Research) Careers Scheme (CARC) for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals (NMAHPs) in NHS Lothian: annual report 2015. Hosted by the University of Edinburgh [online]. Available from: https://www.ed.ac.uk/sites/default/files/atoms/files/carc_annual_report_2015.pdf

This is the fifth annual report of the Clinical Academic Research Careers Scheme (CARC) for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals (NMAHP) in NHS Lothian. It describes the progress and management of the Scheme since the last Steering Group... Read More about Clinical Academic (Research) Careers Scheme (CARC) for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals in (NMAHPs) NHS Lothian: annual report..

Exploring the health and wellbeing needs and experiences of people who use and deliver integrated health and social care in the community: a multi-case study. [Video recording]
Digital Artefact
HENDERSON, L. 2021. Exploring the health and wellbeing needs and experiences of people who use and deliver integrated health and social care in the community: a multi-case study. [Video recording] Hosted on ICCHNR.org [online]. Available from: https://www.icchnr.org/one-minute-wash-ups/

In this video, Louise Henderson talks about a project that aimed to explore the health and wellbeing needs, relationships and experiences of people involved with integrated health and social care (IHSC). This video is a "one-minute wash-up", in which... Read More about Exploring the health and wellbeing needs and experiences of people who use and deliver integrated health and social care in the community: a multi-case study. [Video recording].

Implications for policy and planning to foster solidarity between the generations and enhance healthy life among older adults.
Report
XU, W., ALLEN, L., BRKIC, J., AMINU, A., SM-RAHMAN, A., KYDD, A. and FIALOVÁ, D. [2021]. Implications for policy and planning to foster solidarity between the generations and enhance healthy life among older adults. EuroAgeism Work Package 2. Hosted on the EuroAgeism website [online]. Available from: https://euroageism.eu/project_publications/policy-report-wp2/

This policy document is a compilation of the studies of the five Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) in Working Package 2 of the EuroAgeism project (WP2). WP2 explores ageism in access to goods and services: social and health services (formal, informal),... Read More about Implications for policy and planning to foster solidarity between the generations and enhance healthy life among older adults..

Good food is good medicine. [Blog post]
Digital Artefact
DOUGLAS, F. and GOODWIN, S. 2021. Good food is good medicine. [Blog post]. Posted on the Independent Food Aid Network website [online], 12 November 2021. Available from: https://www.foodaidnetwork.org.uk/post/good-food-is-good-medicine

The growth of charitable food aid in the UK is a phenomenon that needs deep and persistent questioning. This was the reasoning behind our recent web-based Creative Conversation, and the motivation to co-write this piece as we reflected upon this expe... Read More about Good food is good medicine. [Blog post].

Maternal and infant food insecurity. [Blog post]
Digital Artefact
DOUGLAS, F. 2023. Maternal and infant food insecurity. [Blog post]. Posted on The Queen's Nursing Institute Scotland website [online], 2nd February 2023. Available from: https://www.qnis.org.uk/blog/maternal-and-infant-food-insecurity/

In 2021, I was both privileged and humbled to lead a qualitative research study that involved interviewing parents, health visitors, community midwives, and family nurse practitioners about their experiences of both enacting, and benefiting from, the... Read More about Maternal and infant food insecurity. [Blog post].

The FIO food project podcast: episode two. [Podcast]
Digital Artefact
BROWN, A., GATELY, P., DOUGLAS, F. and HARDMAN, C. [2023]. The FIO food project podcast: episode two. [Podcast]. Hosted by the University of Aberdeen [online]. Available from: https://tinyurl.com/4yepuv9k

This podcast was created as part of the "Food Insecurity in People Living with Obesity" (FIO Food) project. The project aims to provide actionable evidence for policy on retail strategies to address dietary inequalities in people living with obesity... Read More about The FIO food project podcast: episode two. [Podcast].

Midwives', health visitors', family nurse practitioners' and women's experiences of the NHS Grampian's Financial Inclusion Pathway in practice: a qualitative investigation of early implementation and impact. [Briefing Paper]
Report
DOUGLAS, F., MACIVER, E., DAVIS, T. and LITTLEJOHN, C. 2022. Midwives', health visitors', family nurse practitioners' and women's experiences of the NHS Grampian's Financial Inclusion Pathway in practice: a qualitative investigation of early implementation and impact. Study briefing paper.

All Local Child Poverty Action Plans require midwives, health visitors and family nurses to identify families with children under five at risk of financial hardship, and to refer them for help to increase their household incomes. This strategy (the s... Read More about Midwives', health visitors', family nurse practitioners' and women's experiences of the NHS Grampian's Financial Inclusion Pathway in practice: a qualitative investigation of early implementation and impact. [Briefing Paper].

"Doing" is never enough if "being" is neglected: the influence of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP) on midwives' emotional wellbeing and experiences of practice: a pilot survey study.
Report
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T. and FORBES-MCKAY, K. 2023. "Doing" is never enough if "being" is neglected: the influence of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP) on midwives' emotional wellbeing and experiences of practice: a pilot survey study. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/2158762

This brief report summarises the methodology, findings and conclusion of a study that aimed to evaluate the impact of an emotional intelligence training programme for midwives. The programme aimed to address known issues with high stress and burnout... Read More about "Doing" is never enough if "being" is neglected: the influence of an emotional intelligence programme (EIP) on midwives' emotional wellbeing and experiences of practice: a pilot survey study..

Left hungry: understanding maternal and infant food insecurity. [Video recording]
Digital Artefact
DOUGLAS, F., FRANK, L. and FLECHER-HORN, D. 2023. Left hungry: understanding maternal and infant food insecurity. [Video recording]. Research revealed, S01E03. Hosted on YouTube [online]. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pe9_NhzSEaI

This video is part of the "Research Revealed" series by RGU, which seeks to highlight the breadth of high impact research being undertaken across the University. This video focuses on research in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practic... Read More about Left hungry: understanding maternal and infant food insecurity. [Video recording].