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Subjective aging: factors influencing individuals' perspectives. (2022)
Journal Article
KYDD, A. and REES, M. 2023. Subjective aging: factors influencing individuals' perspectives. International psychogeriatrics [online], 35(10): aging and well-being, pages 541-544. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1041610222001144

The subjective experiences of old age or any event or experience occurring in an individual's life can be researched through both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Asking participants how they maintain self-presentation of themselves as the... Read More about Subjective aging: factors influencing individuals' perspectives..

The experiences and unmet supportive care needs of partners of men diagnosed with prostate cancer: a meta-aggregation systematic review. (2022)
Journal Article
ROBERTS, C., TOOHEY, K. and PETERSON, C. [2023]. The experiences and unmet supportive care needs of partners of men diagnosed with prostate cancer: a meta-aggregation systematic review. Cancer nursing [online], Ahead-of-print. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1097/NCC.0000000000001172

Partners of men diagnosed with prostate cancer face their own emotional struggles as they navigate additional caregiver responsibilities while concurrently adjusting to the diagnosis and coping with greater illness uncertainty for their loved one. Th... Read More about The experiences and unmet supportive care needs of partners of men diagnosed with prostate cancer: a meta-aggregation systematic review..

A different way of being. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T., FORBES-MCKAY, K., HOLLINS-MARTIN, C. and MCVICAR, S. 2022. A different way of being. Presented at the 2022 Scotland maternity and midwifery festival, 29 November 2022, Edinburgh, UK.

This presentation gives an overview of the findings from the author's PhD project, which aimed to explore the impact of an antenatal relaxation class on maternal psychological wellbeing and childbirth.

The experiences of clinical academic nurses: a meta-aggregation. (2022)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C. and STRICKLAND, K. 2023. The experiences of clinical academic nurses: a meta-aggregation. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 39(1), article 151364. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2022.151364

Objective: Historically, clinical academic careers were only available for dental and medical professions. The title of a clinical academic nurse is recognized as a role that concurrently engages in both clinical practice and research. This systemati... Read More about The experiences of clinical academic nurses: a meta-aggregation..

What are the unmet supportive care needs of people affected by cancer: an umbrella systematic review. (2022)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C., TOOHEY, K., BACON, R., KAVANAGH, P.S. and ROBERTS, C. 2023. What are the unmet supportive care needs of people affected by cancer: an umbrella systematic review. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 39(3), article 151353. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2022.151353

The aim of this umbrella systematic review was to critically synthesize unmet supportive care needs of people affected by cancer. The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) umbrella review method provided an overall examination of the body of evidence that wa... Read More about What are the unmet supportive care needs of people affected by cancer: an umbrella systematic review..

Assessing the impact of a national clinical guideline for the management of chronic pain on opioid prescribing rates: a controlled interrupted time series analysis. (2022)
Journal Article
HÉBERT, H.L., MORALES, D.R., TORRANCE, N.A., SMITH, B.H. and COLVIN, L.A. 2022. Assessing the impact of a national clinical guideline for the management of chronic pain on opioid prescribing rates: a controlled interrupted time series analysis. Implementation science [online], 17(1), article number 77. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-022-01251-2

Background: Opioids can be effective analgesics, but long-term use may be associated with harms. In 2013, the first national, comprehensive, evidence-based pain management guideline was published, from the Scottish Intercollegiate Guideline Network (... Read More about Assessing the impact of a national clinical guideline for the management of chronic pain on opioid prescribing rates: a controlled interrupted time series analysis..

Assessing the impact of a national clinical guideline for the management of chronic pain on opioid prescribing rates: a controlled interrupted time series analysis. [Dataset]. (2022)
Dataset
HÉBERT, H.L., MORALES, D.R., TORRANCE, N.A., SMITH, B.H. and COLVIN, L.A. 2022. Assessing the impact of a national clinical guideline for the management of chronic pain on opioid prescribing rates: a controlled interrupted time series analysis. [Dataset]. Implementation science [online], 17(1), article number 77. Available from:https://implementationscience.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13012-022-01251-2#Sec19

Trends in national and regional community opioid prescribing data for Scotland were analysed from quarter one (Q1) 2005 to Q2 2020. Interrupted time series regression examined the association of SIGN 136 publication with prescribing rates for opioid-... Read More about Assessing the impact of a national clinical guideline for the management of chronic pain on opioid prescribing rates: a controlled interrupted time series analysis. [Dataset]..

Providing leadership through patients as partners: improving Australian colorectal survivorship care through perspectives from a nurse who became a cancer patient. (2022)
Journal Article
KRIEL, S.-A. and PATERSON, C. 2023. Providing leadership through patients as partners: improving Australian colorectal survivorship care through perspectives from a nurse who became a cancer patient. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 39(1), article 151360. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2022.151360

To provide contemporary real-world, real-life insights into gaps in supportive care experiences for people affected by colorectal cancer. For the first time, this article includes a patient as a coauthor, with the aim to identify future priorities to... Read More about Providing leadership through patients as partners: improving Australian colorectal survivorship care through perspectives from a nurse who became a cancer patient..

Leadership in cancer care: introduction. (2022)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C. 2023. Leadership in cancer care: introduction. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 39(1), article 151359. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2022.151359

It has been a distinct honor to lead Seminars in Oncology Nursing as the Editor-in-Chief throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and conclude my 3-year term with this special issue focused on leadership in oncology nursing. During my time of serving as the... Read More about Leadership in cancer care: introduction..

I am hiding a ludicrous truth from future mental health nursing students. (2022)
Journal Article
WARRENDER, D. 2022. I am hiding a ludicrous truth from future mental health nursing students. Nursing times [online], 118(12), pages 17. Available from: https://www.nursingtimes.net/digital-edition/nursing-times-december-2022/

In 2018, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) published standards for pre-registration nursing programmes (NMC, 2018), shaped by its 'Future Nurse' standards for nurse proficiency. Prior to implementation, the Mental Health Nurse Academics UK (MHN... Read More about I am hiding a ludicrous truth from future mental health nursing students..

The unmet supportive care needs of people affected by cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic: an integrative review. (2022)
Journal Article
LEGGE, H., TOOHEY, K., KAVANAGH, P.S. and PATERSON, C. 2023. The unmet supportive care needs of people affected by cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic: an integrative review. Journal of cancer survivorship [online], 17(4), pages 1036-1056. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11764-022-01275-z

To critically synthesise evidence regarding the supportive care needs of those living with cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic. An integrative systematic review followed a pre-registered protocol, reported according to the Preferred Reporting Items f... Read More about The unmet supportive care needs of people affected by cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic: an integrative review..

The impact of coronavirus disease 2019 on genitourinary and prostate cancer care and clinical trials: a qualitative exploration of the Australian and New Zealand experience. (2022)
Journal Article
ROBERTS, N.A., DHILLON, H.M., PATERSON, C., SCHUBACH, K., MCJANNETT, M., and the AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND UROGENITAL AND PROSTATE CANCER TRIALS GROUP. 2023. The impact of coronavirus disease 2019 on genitourinary and prostate cancer care and clinical trials: a qualitative exploration of the Australian and New Zealand experience. Asia-Pacific journal of clinical oncology [online], 19(3), pages 337-346. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/ajco.13847

This qualitative study aimed to understand the impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic from March to November 2020 on healthcare delivery and clinical trials for genitourinary (GU) cancers in Australia. Methods: Annually a pre‐conference work... Read More about The impact of coronavirus disease 2019 on genitourinary and prostate cancer care and clinical trials: a qualitative exploration of the Australian and New Zealand experience..

Reimagining the open-door policy. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
WILL, J. and BRANDS, D. 2022. Reimagining the open-door policy. Presented at the 2022 RGU annual learning and teaching conference (RGU LTC 2022): enhancing for impact, 21 October 2022, Aberdeen, UK.

The ability to contact staff when needed is considered in the National Student Survey data (Discover Uni 2022). The work of Bell (2021) asserts that students value the availability of academic staff for both academic and pastoral support. The experie... Read More about Reimagining the open-door policy..

Weathering the storm. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
WORK, F. and the RGU INSTITUTIONAL RESILIENCE PROJECT GROUP. 2022. Weathering the storm. Presented at the 2022 RGU annual learning and teaching conference (RGU LTC 2022): enhancing for impact, 21 October 2022, Aberdeen, UK.

Resilient Learning Communities is the 2020-2023 sector-wide QAA Enhancement theme (QAA 2020), with a specific aim to improve the student learning experience. QAA Enhancement themes involve institutions, staff and students working together to share pr... Read More about Weathering the storm..

A systematic review of multimodal prehabilitation in breast cancer. (2022)
Journal Article
TOOHEY, K., HUNTER, M., MCKINNON, K., CASEY, T., TURNER, M., TAYLOR, S. and PATERSON, C. 2023. A systematic review of multimodal prehabilitation in breast cancer. Breast cancer research and treatment [online], 197(1), pages 1-37. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10549-022-06759-1

Breast cancer is the most prevalent malignancy in women. Prehabilitation may offer improvements in physical and psychological wellbeing among participants prior to treatment. This systematic review aimed to determine the efficacy of prehabilitation i... Read More about A systematic review of multimodal prehabilitation in breast cancer..

Giving children a voice: embedding children's rights in higher education teaching programmes. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
ALLAN, E. 2022. Giving children a voice: embedding children's rights in higher education teaching programmes. Presented at the 2022 RGU annual learning and teaching conference (RGU LTC 2022): enhancing for impact, 21 October 2022, Aberdeen, UK.

Patient and public involvement is a requirement in planning and designing nursing and midwifery education (Nursing and Midwifery Council 2018). A novel example of involving children and young people (C&YP) is offerred. Child-focused education program... Read More about Giving children a voice: embedding children's rights in higher education teaching programmes..

Though noble, NMC’s standards are an assault on mental health nursing. (2022)
Journal Article
WARRENDER, D. 2022. Though noble, NMC's standards are an assault on mental health nursing. Mental health practice [online], 25(6), pages 5. Available from: https://doi.org/10.7748/mhp.25.6.5.s1

The Nursing and Midwifery Council's (NMC) Standards of Proficiency for Registered Nurses have noble aims and yet their impact has been an assault on mental health nursing as a specialism. Outnumbered in the profession as a whole, mental health nursin... Read More about Though noble, NMC’s standards are an assault on mental health nursing..

A qualitative exploration of key stakeholders’ views and perceptions in relation to organisational change for the implementation of polypharmacy management in Oman. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
AL BULUSHI, S., MCINTOSH, T., GRANT, A., STEWART, D. and CUNNINGHAM, S. 2022. A qualitative exploration of key stakeholders' views and perceptions in relation to organisational change for the implementation of polypharmacy management in Oman. Presented at the 50th ESCP (European Society of Clinical Pharmacy) symposium on clinical pharmacy, polypharmacy and ageing: highly individualized, interprofessional, person-centered care, 19-21 October 2022, Prague, Czech Republic.

Polypharmacy contributes to patient non-adherence and increases medication harm. Barriers to implementation prevent desired outcomes when addressing inappropriate polypharmacy at organisational levels and there is a need for theory-based strategies f... Read More about A qualitative exploration of key stakeholders’ views and perceptions in relation to organisational change for the implementation of polypharmacy management in Oman..

Exploration of family carers' experiences of support for rapid discharge arrangements for end-of-life care at home: a qualitative study. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
LEE, S.H., ADAMS, N., WATSON, F. and KENNEDY, C. 2022. Exploration of family carers' experiences of support for rapid discharge arrangements for end-of-life care at home: a qualitative study. Presented at the 2022 NHS Grampian research and development conference, 12 October 2022, Aberdeen, UK.

Family carers play an integral role in achieving successful hospital discharge, especially when people would prefer to die at home (Larsson et al. 2018). In the North East of Scotland, there is a lack of information on how prepared family carers were... Read More about Exploration of family carers' experiences of support for rapid discharge arrangements for end-of-life care at home: a qualitative study..

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. [Presentation] (2022)
Presentation / Conference
DOUGLAS, F., DAVIS, T., MACIVER, E. 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. Presented at the 2022 NHS Grampian research and development conference, 12 October 2022, Aberdeen, UK.

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. [Presentation].