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Identifying the supportive care needs of people affected by non-muscle invasive bladder cancer: an integrative systematic review. (2024)
Journal Article
SCHUBACH, K., NIYONSENGA, T., TURNER, M. and PATERSON, C. 2024. Identifying the supportive care needs of people affected by non-muscle invasive bladder cancer: n integrative systematic review. Journal of cancer survivorship [online], Online First. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11764-024-01558-7

To understand supportive care needs among people with non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC). An integrative systematic review was reported using the Preformed Reporting Items for Systematic Review and Meta-analyses (PRISMA) guidelines. Seven ele... Read More about Identifying the supportive care needs of people affected by non-muscle invasive bladder cancer: an integrative systematic review..

"Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. [Article] (2024)
Journal Article
TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T. and FORBES-MCKAY, K. 2024. "Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. Women and birth [online], 37(3), article number 101587. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2024.02.003

The role of the midwife is emotionally demanding, with many midwives experiencing high levels of stress and burnout, and a great number considering leaving the profession. This has serious implications for the delivery of high-quality, safe maternity... Read More about "Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. [Article].

Decision-making on the use of compression hosiery and compression bandaging: a systematic review. (2024)
Journal Article
FERGUSON, G. and BAGULEY, F. 2024. Decision-making on the use of compression hosiery and compression bandaging: a systematic review. British journal of community nursing [online], 29(Sup 3), pages S20-S25. Available from: https://doi.org/10.12968/bjcn.2024.29.Sup3.S20

This systematic literature review was carried out by a final-year nursing student in response to clinical experience, and to understand the rationale and evidence around managing venous ulcers. In the student's clinical experience, the two most commo... Read More about Decision-making on the use of compression hosiery and compression bandaging: a systematic review..

Inter- and intra-observer reliability and agreement of O2Pulse inflection during cardiopulmonary exercise testing: a comparison of subjective and novel objective methodology. (2024)
Journal Article
NICKOLAY, T., MCGREGOR, G., POWELL, R., BEGG, B., BIRKETT, S., NICHOLS, S., ENNIS, S., BANERJEE, P., SHAVE, R., METCALFE, J., HOYE, A. and INGLE, L. 2024. Inter- and intra-observer reliability and agreement of O2Pulse inflection during cardiopulmonary exercise testing: a comparison of subjective and novel objective methodology. PLoS one [online], 19(3), article number e0299486. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0299486

Cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET) is the 'gold standard' method for evaluating functional capacity, with oxygen pulse (O2Pulse) inflections serving as a potential indicator of myocardial ischaemia. However, the reliability and agreement of iden... Read More about Inter- and intra-observer reliability and agreement of O2Pulse inflection during cardiopulmonary exercise testing: a comparison of subjective and novel objective methodology..

What is the impact of long-term COVID-19 on workers in healthcare settings? A rapid systematic review of current evidence. [Dataset] (2024)
Dataset
CRUICKSHANK, M., BRAZZELLI, M., MANSON, P., TORRANCE, N. and GRANT, A. 2024. What is the impact of long-term COVID-19 on workers in healthcare settings? A rapid systematic review of current evidence. [Dataset]. PLoS one [online], 19(3), article number e0299743. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0299743

Long COVID (LC) has rapidly emerged as a long-term debilitating illness described by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as "devastating". Health and social care workers have a higher prevalence of self-reported LC compared to other occupational grou... Read More about What is the impact of long-term COVID-19 on workers in healthcare settings? A rapid systematic review of current evidence. [Dataset].

What is the impact of long-term COVID-19 on workers in healthcare settings? A rapid systematic review of current evidence. (2024)
Journal Article
CRUICKSHANK, M., BRAZZELLI, M., MANSON, P., TORRANCE, N. and GRANT, A. 2024. What is the impact of long-term COVID-19 on workers in healthcare settings? A rapid systematic review of current evidence. PLoS one [online], 19(3), article number e0299743. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0299743

Long COVID is a devastating, long-term, debilitating illness which disproportionately affects healthcare workers, due to the nature of their work. There is currently limited evidence specific to healthcare workers about the experience of living with... Read More about What is the impact of long-term COVID-19 on workers in healthcare settings? A rapid systematic review of current evidence..

Identifying the impact of audit and feedback on the professional role of the nurse and psychological well‐being: an integrative systematic review. (2024)
Journal Article
MICHL, G., BAIL, K., TURNER, M. and PATERSON, C. 2024. Identifying the impact of audit and feedback on the professional role of the nurse and psychological well-being: an integrative systematic review. Nursing and health science [online], 26(1), article number e13095. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/nhs.13095

This systematic review aimed to critically synthesis evidence to identify the impact that audit and feedback processes have on the professional role of the nurse and psychological well‐being. Little is known about the extent to which audit and feedba... Read More about Identifying the impact of audit and feedback on the professional role of the nurse and psychological well‐being: an integrative systematic review..

Sense of coherence moderates job demand‐resources and impact on burnout among nurses and midwives in the context of the COVID ‐19 pandemic: a cross‐sectional survey. (2024)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C., DAVIS, D., ROBERTS, C., BAIL, K., WALLIS, E., NORTHAM, H.L., FROST, J., JOJO, N., MCGRORY, C., DOMBKINS, A. and KAVANAGH, P.S. 2024. Sense of coherence moderates job demand-resources and impact on burnout among nurses and midwives in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional survey. Journal of advanced nursing [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.16125

This study aimed to test the propositions using the job demands‐resources (JD‐R) model for main/moderation/mediation effects of a sense of coherence and practice environment support on mental well-being (anxiety, depression and burnout) outcomes in n... Read More about Sense of coherence moderates job demand‐resources and impact on burnout among nurses and midwives in the context of the COVID ‐19 pandemic: a cross‐sectional survey..

The role of scoping reviews in guideline development. (2024)
Journal Article
POLLOCK, D.K., KHALIL, H., EVANS, C. et al. 2024. The role of scoping reviews in guideline development. Journal of clinical epidemiology [online], 169, article number 111301. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2024.111301

Systematic reviews have long been seen as critical in the development of trustworthy guidelines. However, as newer synthesis methodologies such as scoping reviews become more common, there is a need to discuss the potential role of these methodologie... Read More about The role of scoping reviews in guideline development..

Nurse/midwife-to-patient ratios: a scoping review. (2024)
Journal Article
TAIT, D., DAVIS, D., ROCHE, M.A. and PATERSON, C. 2024. Nurse/midwife-to-patient ratios: a scoping review. Contemporary nurse [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/10376178.2024.2318361

A significant body of work has linked high nurse or midwife workload to negative patient outcomes. Anecdotal reports suggest that mandated ratio models enhance patient care and improve nurse job satisfaction. However, there is limited focused researc... Read More about Nurse/midwife-to-patient ratios: a scoping review..

The impact of the cost of living crisis and food insecurity on food purchasing behaviours and food preparation practices in people living with obesity. (2024)
Journal Article
STONE, R.A., BROWN, A., DOUGLAS, F., GREEN, M.A., HUNTER, E., LONNIE, M., JOHNSTONE, A.M. and HARDMAN, C., on behalf of the FIO-Food Team. 2024. The impact of the cost of living crisis and food insecurity on food purchasing behaviours and food preparation practices in people living with obesity. Appetite [online], 196, article number 107255. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2024.107255

Lower income households are at greater risk of food insecurity and poor diet quality than higher income households. In high-income countries, food insecurity is associated with high levels of obesity, and in the UK specifically, the cost of living cr... Read More about The impact of the cost of living crisis and food insecurity on food purchasing behaviours and food preparation practices in people living with obesity..

Living with myocardial ischaemia and no obstructive coronary arteries: a qualitative study. (2024)
Journal Article
HUMPHREYS, H., PADDOCK, D., BROWN, S., BERRY, C., COWIE, A., DAWKES, S. and NICHOLS, S. 2024. Living with myocardial ischaemia and no obstructive coronary arteries: a qualitative study. Open heart [online], 11(1), article number e002569. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/openhrt-2023-002569

This study aims to explore the lived experience of people with myocardial ischaemia with no obstructive arteries. Qualitative study using semistructured interviews using telephone interviews with 17 participants living in the UK. 17 people (2 males,... Read More about Living with myocardial ischaemia and no obstructive coronary arteries: a qualitative study..

Exploring women’s motivations to freebirth and their experience of maternity care: a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis. (2024)
Working Paper
VELO HIGUERAS, M., DOUGLAS, F. and KENNEDY, C. 2024. Exploring women's motivations to freebirth and their experience of maternity care: a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/2270278

Freebirth is currently defined as the deliberate choice to give birth without a regulated healthcare professional. Previous reviews have identified factors influencing women’s choice to freebirth, yet, there is limited evidence on what is the care ex... Read More about Exploring women’s motivations to freebirth and their experience of maternity care: a systematic qualitative evidence synthesis..

Clinical research nursing pathways: The development and evaluation of a nursing research internship program using the RE-AIM framework. (2024)
Journal Article
ROBERTS, N.A., BUTTON, E., DUFF, J., PATERSON, C., SMITH, M. and GAVIN, N. 2024. Clinical research nursing pathways: the development and evaluation of a nursing research internship program using the RE-AIM framework. International journal of nursing studies advances [online], 6, article number 100176. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnsa.2024.100176

In 2018 a Nursing Research Internship program was started within a major referral and tertiary teaching centre in Australia. We aimed to evaluate the first 12 months of the program using an implementation science framework. This was a qualitative stu... Read More about Clinical research nursing pathways: The development and evaluation of a nursing research internship program using the RE-AIM framework..

Exploring the transition experiences of recently qualified health visitors to understand their support needs. [Protocol] (2024)
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NICE, F., KENNEDY, C. and MACIVER, E. 2024. Exploring the transition experiences of recently qualified health visitors to understand their support needs. [Protocol]. PROSPERO [online], Item number CRD42024480731. Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?ID=CRD42024480731

In this study the researchers are looking at the experiences of recently qualified health visitors (RQHVs) as they transition into health visiting practice and how they are supported (i.e. what kind of support do they need, what support is required a... Read More about Exploring the transition experiences of recently qualified health visitors to understand their support needs. [Protocol].

Unforeseen emotional labour: a collaborative autoethnography exploring researcher experiences of studying long COVID in health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. (2023)
Journal Article
MACIVER, E., ADAMS, N.N., TORRANCE, N., DOUGLAS, F., KENNEDY, C., SKATUN, D., SANTIAGO, V.H. and GRANT, A. 2024. Unforeseen emotional labour: a collaborative autoethnography exploring researcher experiences of studying long COVID in health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. SSM - qualitative research in health [online], 5, article 100390. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmqr.2023.100390

The concept of "emotional labour" describes the regulation of feelings and expressions to fulfil a specific job role, discussed extensively in relation to commercial and caring professions, with more recent scholarship recognising the emotional role... Read More about Unforeseen emotional labour: a collaborative autoethnography exploring researcher experiences of studying long COVID in health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic..

To understand the experiences, needs, and preferences for supportive care, among children and adolescents (0–19 years) diagnosed with cancer: a systematic review of qualitative studies. (2023)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C., KAVANAGH, P.S., BACON, R., TURNER, M., MOORE, M., BARRATT, M. and CHAU, M. 2023. To understand the experiences, needs, and preferences for supportive care, among children and adolescents (0–19 years) diagnosed with cancer: a systematic review of qualitative studies. Journal of cancer survivorship [online], In Press. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11764-023-01508-9

This study aimed to understand the experiences, needs, and preferences for supportive care, among children and adolescents (0–19 years) diagnosed with cancer. A qualitative systematic review has been reported according to PRISMA guidelines. A compreh... Read More about To understand the experiences, needs, and preferences for supportive care, among children and adolescents (0–19 years) diagnosed with cancer: a systematic review of qualitative studies..

Understanding barriers to purchasing healthier, more sustainable food for people living with obesity and food insecurity. (2023)
Working Paper
STONE, R.A., CHRISTIANSEN, P., JOHNSTONE, A.M., BROWN, A., DOUGLAS, F. and HARDMAN, C.A. 2023. Understanding barriers to purchasing healthier, more sustainable food for people living with obesity and food insecurity. OSFPreprints [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/3xe7w

In westernised countries, food insecurity (FI), poorer diet quality, and obesity are disproportionately represented in groups experiencing socio-economic disadvantage. Grocery stores are one promising arena for intervention; however how these setting... Read More about Understanding barriers to purchasing healthier, more sustainable food for people living with obesity and food insecurity..

Identifying experiences of supportive care of children and young people affected by kidney failure: a qualitative systematic review. (2023)
Journal Article
PATERSON, C., TURNER, M., HOOPER, M.-E., LADBROOK, E., MACAULEY, L. and MCKIE, A. 2023. Identifying experiences of supportive care of children and young people affected by kidney failure: a qualitative systematic review. Journal of renal care [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jorc.12484

Children and young people affected by kidney failure experience complexities in their care. Little is known about the unique needs of this young patient population group living with a long-term condition. A meta-aggregation of all qualitative studies... Read More about Identifying experiences of supportive care of children and young people affected by kidney failure: a qualitative systematic review..

Lived experience of work and long COVID in healthcare staff. (2023)
Journal Article
TORRANCE, N., MACIVER, E., ADAMS, N.N., SKÅTUN, D., SCOTT, N., KENNEDY, C., DOUGLAS, F., HERNANDEZ-SANTIAGO, V. and GRANT, A. 2024. Lived experience of work and long COVID in healthcare staff. Occupational medicine [online], 74(1), pages 78-85. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/occmed/kqad117

Healthcare workers (HCWs) had a greater occupational risk of exposure to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and reported higher rates of long COVID (LC). This has implications for the provision of health care in already stretched health services. Th... Read More about Lived experience of work and long COVID in healthcare staff..