|Dr (Major) Janet Kelly|
Friday, 29 July 2016
Roger Watson has co-authored:
Cleary M, Sayers J, Watson R (2016) Essentials of building a career in nursing research Nurse Researcher 23:6, 9-13
Monday, 25 July 2016
Sunday, 24 July 2016
Ali P, Watson R, Dhingra K (2016) Postgaduate research students’ and their supervisors’ attitudes towards supervision International Journal of Doctoral Studies 11, 227-241
Thursday, 14 July 2016
The mental health team would like to congratulate Judith Dyson on being awarded CPsychol status by The British Psychological Society. This reflects the highest standard of psychological knowledge and expertise which is so well deserved based on her tireless clinical work and research in the area of health psychology.
Thursday, 7 July 2016
|Dr Fiona Cowdell|
Swithenbank S, Cowdell F, Holle H (2016) The role of auditory itch contagion in psoriasis Venereologia doi: 10.2340/000155555-2320
Lee A (2016) Identifying and managing constipation in older people Nursing and Residential Care 18:7 366-368
Tuesday, 5 July 2016
Gkantaras I, Hafhoud ZR, Foreman B, Thompson DR, Cannaby AM, Deshpanda DH, Watson R, Topping A, Gray R (2016) The effect of Nurse GraduaTeness on patient mortality: a cross-sectional survey (the NuGaT study) Journal of Advanced Nursing doi: 10.111/jan.13059
Roger says: in many ways this is the study I always wanted to be involved in and, while the vakue of graduate education has been demonstrated before, this is the first study to make the direct lo=ink between the extent of care by gradaute nurses and whether patients survive their stay in hospital.
Monday, 4 July 2016
Peter Draper writes: The Faculty made a big contribution to the University Learning and Teaching conference this year, as three teams displayed posters with details of their work. The title of Jan Hunter and Michelle Chappell’s work was ‘Academic support tutor (AST): what has changed’? Clare Whitfield, Michelle Kennedy and Julie MacDonald presented a poster entitled ‘Support provided to international students studying in FHSC’. The work behind both of these posters was undertaken during the Fast Track Teaching and Learning programme.
Additionally, Jennifer Loke and Emma Bush worked with Bryant K Lee (HYMS) to present their poster ‘Caring Behaviours: A mixed methods approach to establish the effects of a blended approach to learning’.
Congratulations to all of these colleagues on their excellent presentations.
|Michelle Kennedy, Julie MacDonald|
and Clare Whitfield
|Emma (left) and Jennifer (centre)|
with Bryant Lee (HYMS) and their poster
|With other Faculty colleagues|
|Dr Andrea Hilton|
Andrea Hilton has published:
Hilton A (2016) What constitutes good evidence? A brief guide for the nurse prescriber Nurse Prescribing 14:6 306-309