Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

The progress of family health nursing in remote and rural Scotland. (2005)
Journal Article
MACDUFF, C. 2005. The progress of family health nursing in remote and rural Scotland. British journal of community nursing [online], 10(12), pages 558-562. Available from: https://doi.org/10.12968/bjcn.2005.10.12.20150

Since 2001 the World Health Organisation Europe Family Health Nurse (FHN) role has been developing in remote and rural areas of Scotland. In 2003 an independent evaluation identified a need for facilitation of the FHN role and family health orientate... Read More about The progress of family health nursing in remote and rural Scotland..

Empowering women's self-care: a participatory approach to prevent HIV/AIDS for women and children in Northeast Thailand. (2005)
Thesis
DONKAEWBUA, S. 2005. Empowering women's self-care: a participatory approach to prevent HIV/AIDS for women and children in Northeast Thailand. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

Across Thailand there has been a general reduction in the incidence rate of HIV infection in all but one special population group: married women and their offspring whilst the incidence rate is relatively low (1.2%) it has remained steady for a numbe... Read More about Empowering women's self-care: a participatory approach to prevent HIV/AIDS for women and children in Northeast Thailand..

An evaluation of the first year of family health nursing practice in Scotland. (2005)
Journal Article
MACDUFF, C. and WEST, B.J.M. 2005. An evaluation of the first year of family health nursing practice in Scotland. International journal of nursing studies [online], 42(1), pages 47-59. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2004.05.003

Scotland has led enactment of the new World Health Organisation (Europe) Family Health Nurse (FHN) concept. This paper presents research which evaluated the initial operation and impact of the role in remote and rural regions of Scotland. Through use... Read More about An evaluation of the first year of family health nursing practice in Scotland..