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Mental health nursing and the theory‐practice gap: civil war and intellectual self‐injury. (2021)
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WARRENDER, D. [2022]. Mental health nursing and the theory-practice gap: civil war and intellectual self-injury. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12808

Mental health nursing students experience education from both academic institutions and on clinical placements, yet there often remains a divide in understandings and attitudes between the two. This editorial provides personal and professional comme... Read More about Mental health nursing and the theory‐practice gap: civil war and intellectual self‐injury..

A grounded theory study on midwifery managers' views and experiences of implementing and sustaining continuity of carer models within the UK maternity system. (2021)
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TURNER, S., CROWTHER, S. and LAU, A. 2021. A grounded theory study on midwifery managers' views and experiences of implementing and sustaining continuity of carer models within the UK maternity system. Women and birth [online], In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2021.10.010

Background: Current UK health policy recommends the transition of maternity services towards provision of Midwifery Continuity of Carer (MCoCer) models. Quality of healthcare is correlated with the quality of leadership and management yet there is li... Read More about A grounded theory study on midwifery managers' views and experiences of implementing and sustaining continuity of carer models within the UK maternity system..

Examining oilmen's notions of ‘fatherhood masculinity’ as a pathway to understand increased offshore oilfield safety behaviours. (2021)
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ADAMS, N.N. 2022. Examining oilmen’s notions of ‘fatherhood masculinity’ as a pathway to understand increased offshore oilfield safety behaviours. Safety science [online], 145, article 105501. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2021.105501

This study explores how notions of fatherhood masculine identity held by offshore oilfield workers positively influenced safety and risk predispositions in the workplace. Findings are based on a ‘rapid’, two week, embedded ethnography of a remote off... Read More about Examining oilmen's notions of ‘fatherhood masculinity’ as a pathway to understand increased offshore oilfield safety behaviours..

Self-efficacy is a modifiable factor associated with frailty in those with minor stroke: secondary analysis of 200 cohort respondents. (2021)
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AMINU, A.Q., WONDERGEM, R., VAN ZAALEN, Y. and PISTERS, M. 2021. Self-efficacy is a modifiable factor associated with frailty in those with minor stroke: secondary analysis of 200 cohort respondents. Cerebrovascular diseases extra [online], 11, pages 99-105. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1159/000519311

Background: Owing to the improvement in acute care, there has been an increase in the number of people surviving stroke and living with its impairments. Frailty is common in people with stroke and has a significant impact on the prognosis after strok... Read More about Self-efficacy is a modifiable factor associated with frailty in those with minor stroke: secondary analysis of 200 cohort respondents..

The conscious state of the dying patient: an integrative review. (2021)
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O'CONNOR, T., PATERSON, C., GIBSON, J. and STRICKLAND, K. 2021. The conscious state of the dying patient: an integrative review. Palliative supportive care [online], FirstView. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1478951521001541

Objectives: The cognitive state of the dying in the last days of life may deteriorate, resulting in a reduced ability to communicate their care needs. Distressing symptoms, physical and existential, may go unrecognized and untreated. The objectives o... Read More about The conscious state of the dying patient: an integrative review..

Identifying the unmet supportive care needs of people affected by kidney cancer: a systematic review. (2021)
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O'DEA, A., GEDYE, C., JAGO, B. and PATERSON, C. 2021. Identifying the unmet supportive care needs of people affected by kidney cancer: a systematic review. Journal of cancer survivorship [online], Early Access. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11764-021-01113-8

Purpose: To synthesize existing evidence on the unmet supportive care needs of people affected by kidney cancer, across the cancer care continuum. Methods: A systematic review was conducted according to the PRISMA Statement Guidelines. Electronic dat... Read More about Identifying the unmet supportive care needs of people affected by kidney cancer: a systematic review..

Exploring the impact of uro-oncology multidisciplinary team meetings on patient outcomes: a systematic review. (2021)
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ASKELIN, B., HIND, A. and PATERSON, C. 2021. Exploring the impact of uro-oncology multidisciplinary team meetings on patient. European journal of oncology nursing [online], 54, article 102032. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejon.2021.102032

Purpose: Multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings are mainstay clinical management globally. Clinical guidelines state that patients should be considered for MDT review, but evidence has identified that within the specialty of uro-oncology not all patie... Read More about Exploring the impact of uro-oncology multidisciplinary team meetings on patient outcomes: a systematic review..

What are the perceptions and experiences of care delivery among faith community nurses? a systematic review. (2021)
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PATERSON, C., OWUSU, E. and ROLLEY, J. 2021. What are the perceptions and experiences of care delivery among faith community nurses? A systematic review. Seminars in oncology nursing [online], 37(5), article 151211. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soncn.2021.151211

Objective: This systematic review set out to identify the unique perceptions and experiences of care delivery among faith community nurses (FCNs). Data Sources: This review was conducted and has been reported using the Preferred Reporting Items for S... Read More about What are the perceptions and experiences of care delivery among faith community nurses? a systematic review..

Menopause and personal protective equipment: how does this meet acceptable working conditions? (2021)
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KYDD, A. 2021. Menopause and personal protective equipment: how does this meet acceptable working conditions? Case reports in women's health [online], 32, article e00356. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crwh.2021.e00356

Menopause and the workplace has finally become a trending topic. Specific societies, agencies, charities and trade unions, such as the European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS), the British Menopause Society (BMS), the Chartered Institute for... Read More about Menopause and personal protective equipment: how does this meet acceptable working conditions?.

Abdominal cancer symptoms: evaluation of the impact of a regional public awareness campaign. (2021)
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TORRANCE, N., BRIGHT, C.J., HILL, H.L., FERGUSSON, J., KENNEDY, C., MAK, V., GILDEA, C., NORDIN, A. and ELLISS-BROOKES, L. 2021. Abdominal cancer symptoms: evaluation of the impact of a regional public awareness campaign. European journal of cancer care [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/ecc.13500

Objective: A regional ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ (BCoC) campaign developed by Public Health England aimed to promote public awareness of key abdominal cancer symptoms in people aged 50 years and over. Methods: Data were analysed for metrics at different st... Read More about Abdominal cancer symptoms: evaluation of the impact of a regional public awareness campaign..

Giving children a voice through partnership: a child rights-based approach to the co-design of postgraduate nurse education. (2021)
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ALLAN, E. and LUDERS, S. 2021. Giving children a voice through partnership: a child rights-based approach to the co-design of postgraduate nurse education. British journal of child health, [online], 2(4), pages 171-178. Available from: https://doi.org/10.12968/chhe.2021.2.4.171

Background: There is an increasing need for the voice of children and young people to be more evident in planning and designing services, including the delivery of higher education, for school nurses to ultimately influence service delivery. Aim: To... Read More about Giving children a voice through partnership: a child rights-based approach to the co-design of postgraduate nurse education..

Menopausal hormone therapy and women’s health: an umbrella review. (2021)
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ZHANG, G.-Q., CHEN, J.-L., LUO, Y., et al. 2021. Menopausal hormone therapy and women's health: an umbrella review. PLoS medicine [online], 18(8), article e1003731. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1003731

Background: There remains uncertainty about the impact of menopausal hormone therapy (MHT) on women’s health. A systematic, comprehensive assessment of the effects on multiple outcomes is lacking. We conducted an umbrella review to comprehensively su... Read More about Menopausal hormone therapy and women’s health: an umbrella review..

Health technologies for the prevention and detection of falls in adult hospital inpatients: a scoping review. (2021)
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COOPER, K., PAVLOVA, A., GREIG, L., SWINTON, P., KIRKPATRICK, P., MITCHELHILL, F., SIMPSON, S., STEPHEN, A. and ALEXANDER, L. 2021. Health technologies for the prevention and detection of falls in adult hospital inpatients: a scoping review. JBI evidence synthesis [online], 19(10), pages 2478-2658. Available from: https://doi.org/10.11124/JBIES-20-00114

Objective:The objective of this scoping review was to examine and map the evidence relating to the reporting and evaluation of technologies for the prevention and detection of falls in adult hospital inpatients.Introduction:Falls are a common cause o... Read More about Health technologies for the prevention and detection of falls in adult hospital inpatients: a scoping review..

Exploring the STEP-uP to practice: a survey of UK lead midwives for education views of the STudent midwife extended practice placement during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. (2021)
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COOKE, A., HANCOCK, A., WHITE, H., CLARK, N., GIBB, F., MCNEILL, J., THOMAS, G., LLOYD, C. and FURBER, C. 2021. Exploring the STEP-uP to practice: a survey of UK lead midwives for education views of the STudent midwife extended practice placement during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Midwifery [online], 101, article 103048. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2021.103048

Objective: to assess the effect of implementation of the extended placement option available to midwifery students during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Design: Online survey open from 2nd June 2020 to 15th July 2020. Setting: United Kingdo... Read More about Exploring the STEP-uP to practice: a survey of UK lead midwives for education views of the STudent midwife extended practice placement during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic..

How has technology been used to deliver cardiac rehabilitation during the COVID-19 pandemic? An international cross-sectional survey of healthcare professionals conducted by the BACPR. (2021)
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O'DOHERTY, A.F., HUMPHREYS, H., DAWKES, S., COWIE, A., HINTON, S., BRUBAKER, P.H., BUTLER, T. and NICHOLS, S. 2021. How has technology been used to deliver cardiac rehabilitation during the COVID-19 pandemic? An international cross-sectional survey of healthcare professionals conducted by the BACPR. BMJ open [online], 11(4), article e046051. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-046051

Objective: To investigate whether exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation services continued during the COVID-19 pandemic and how technology has been used to deliver home-based cardiac rehabilitation. Design: A mixed methods survey including questions... Read More about How has technology been used to deliver cardiac rehabilitation during the COVID-19 pandemic? An international cross-sectional survey of healthcare professionals conducted by the BACPR..

Children living with long‐term conditions: a meta‐aggregation of parental experiences of partnership nursing. (2021)
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BARRATT, M., BAIL, K. and PATERSON, C. 2021. Children living with long-term conditions: a meta-aggregation of parental experiences of partnership nursing. Journal of clinical nursing [online], 30(17-18), pages 2611-2633. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.15770

Aim: To explore how parents of children with long-term conditions experience partnership in paediatric and neonatal nursing care and to identify existing partnership barriers and facilitators. Background: Parent–nurse partnership is fundamental to pa... Read More about Children living with long‐term conditions: a meta‐aggregation of parental experiences of partnership nursing..

Exercise and Parkinson's update: are your patients getting the right dose? (2021)
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OLIVER, B. and JONES, J. 2021. Exercise and Parkinson's update: are your patients getting the right dose? In touch [online], Spring 2021, pages 4-12. Available from: https://www.physiofirst.org.uk/uploads/assets/715be485-8f73-4e19-9e26bedef2200335/Parkinsons-final.pdf

Parkinson's is the second most common neurological disorder. Assessment and treatment needs to be adapted to accommodate the wide range of motor and non-motor symptoms seen in Parkinson's. People with Parkinson's (PwP) present with a unique combinati... Read More about Exercise and Parkinson's update: are your patients getting the right dose?.

Expectant parents’ perspectives on the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class: a qualitative study. (2021)
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TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T., FORBES-MCKAY, K. and LAU, A. 2021. Expectant parents’ perspectives on the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class: a qualitative study. Complementary therapies in clinical practice [online], 43, article ID 101341. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ctcp.2021.101341

Aim: This study explores the perspectives of expectant parents on the influence of a single antenatal class incorporating education on childbirth physiology and relaxation techniques. Method: The data for this qualitative descriptive study were colle... Read More about Expectant parents’ perspectives on the influence of a single antenatal relaxation class: a qualitative study..

A practical guide to the systematic application of nominal group technique. (2021)
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MULLEN, R., KYDD, A., FLEMING, A. and MCMILLAN, L. 2021. A practical guide to the systematic application of nominal group technique. Nurse researcher [online], 29(1), pages 14-20. Available from: https://doi.org/10.7748/nr.2021.e1777

Background: Nominal group technique (NGT) is a highly structured, commonly used way of exploring areas of interest and developing consensus. However, it is sometimes conflated with focus group methods. Aim: To provide a rationale for selecting NGT as... Read More about A practical guide to the systematic application of nominal group technique..

Gender differences in uptake, adherence and experiences: a longitudinal, mixed-methods study of a physical activity referral scheme in Scotland, UK. (2021)
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HANSON, C.L., NEUBECK, L., KYLE, R.G., BROWN, N., GALLAGHER, R., CLARK, R.A., MCHALE, S. and DAWKES, S. 2021. Gender differences in uptake, adherence and experiences: a longitudinal, mixed-methods study of a physical activity referral scheme in Scotland, UK. International journal of environmental research and public health [online], 18(4), article ID 1700. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18041700

Physical activity referral schemes (PARS) are implemented internationally to increase physical activity (PA), but evidence of effectiveness for population subgroups is equivocal. We examined gender differences for a Scottish PARS. This mixed-methods,... Read More about Gender differences in uptake, adherence and experiences: a longitudinal, mixed-methods study of a physical activity referral scheme in Scotland, UK..