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  • Current social trends and challenges for the dying person 

    Kellehear A (2017) Current social trends and challenges for the dying person. In: Jakoby N and Thönnes M (eds). Zur Soziologie des Sterbens. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
    Buried deep inside the debates on how we should die—with or without palliative care or euthanasia—and where we should die—in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices or in our own homes—lie two strange and persistent facts. Few ...
  • Palliative care - the new essentials 

    Abel J, Kellehear A and Karapliagou A (2018) Palliative care - the new essentials. Annals of Palliative Medicine. Online ahead of print.
    Background: If global palliative care is to successfully address challenges of unequal access, continuity of care, and health services reductionism, new practice models to address these issues need to be identified, debated ...
  • The ANGELA Project: Improving diagnosis and post-diagnostic support for younger people with dementia and their families/supporters 

    Stamou V, La Fontaine J, Oyebode J et al (2018) The ANGELA Project: improving diagnosis and post-diagnostic support for younger people with dementia and their families/supporters. FPOP Bulletin. Accepted for Publication.
    Objectives: Younger people with dementia face significant challenges in gaining access to age- and needs-appropriate support. In this paper, we tell the story so far, of the ANGELA Research Project, which seeks to develop ...
  • Person-centredness in direct care workers caring for residents with dementia: effects of a psycho-educational intervention 

    Barbosa A, Nolan M, Sousa L et al (2017) Person-centredness in direct care workers caring for residents with dementia: effects of a psycho-educational intervention. Dementia. 16(2): 192-203.
    This study assessed the effects of a psycho-educational intervention on direct care workers' person-centredness during morning care to residents with dementia. A controlled pretest–posttest study was conducted in four ...
  • Effects of a psychoeducational intervention for direct care workers caring for people with dementia: results from a 6-month follow-up study 

    Barbosa A, Nolan M, Sousa L et al (2016) Effects of psychoeducational intervention for direct care workers caring for people with dementia: results from a 6-month follow-up study. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias® 31(2): 144-155.
    This study aimed to assess the effects of a psycho-educational intervention, designed to improve direct care workers’ stress, burnout and job satisfaction and person-centered communicative behavior with people with dementia. ...
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Ex-offender Support Through Community Nursing 

    Eshareturi C and Serrant L (2018) Challenges and Opportunities for Ex-offender Support Through Community Nursing. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Accepted for publication.
    This study was a qualitative case study underpinned by “The Silences Framework” aimed at mapping the ex-offender health pathway towards identifying “touch points” in the community for the delivery of a nurse-led intervention. ...
  • Implementing a psycho-educational intervention for care assistants working with people with dementia in aged-care facilities: facilitators and barriers 

    Barbosa A, Nolan M, Sousa L (2017) Implementing a psycho-educational intervention for care assistants working with people with dementia in aged-care facilities: facilitators and barriers. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences. 31(2): 222-231.
    Many intervention studies lack an investigation and description of the factors that are relevant to its success or failure, despite its relevance to inform future interventions. This study aimed to explore the facilitators ...
  • Effects of a psycho-educational intervention on direct care workers’ communicative behaviours with residents with dementia 

    Barbosa A, Marques A, Sousa L et al (2016) Effects of a psycho-educational intervention on direct care workers’ communicative behaviors with residents with dementia. Health Communication. 31(4): 453-459.
    This study assessed the effects of a person-centred care based psycho-educational intervention on direct care workers’ communicative behaviours with people with dementia living in aged care facilities. An experimental study ...
  • Supporting direct care workers in dementia care: effects of a psycho-educational intervention 

    Barbosa A, Nolan M, Sousa L et al (2015) Supporting direct care workers in dementia care: effects of a psychoeducational intervention. American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias. 30(2): 130-138.
    An experimental study using a pre-posttest control group design was conducted to assess the effects of a person-centred care based psycho-educational intervention on direct care workers’ stress, burnout and job satisfaction. ...
  • Effects of person-centered care approaches to dementia care on staff: a systematic review 

    Barbosa A, Sousa L, Nolan M et al (2015) Effects of person-centered care approaches to dementia care on staff: a systematic review. American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias. 30(8): 713-722.
    Person-centered care (PCC) has been the subject of several intervention studies, reporting positive effects on people with dementia. However, its impact on staff’s outcomes remains unclear. The purpose of this systematic ...
  • Participatory action research into implementing open access in musculoskeletal X-ray: Management and staff perspectives 

    Barlow N and Owens M (2018) Participatory action re-search into implementing open access in musculoskeletal X-ray: Management and staff perspectives. Radiography. Accepted for publication.
    Neighbouring Trusts have implemented open access (walk-in) services to shorten waiting times in x-ray. Despite this, staff perceptions of their effectiveness have not yet been studied. This study forms the initial baseline ...
  • Teenage pregnancy: do nurses know how to respond? 

    Nichols J (2018) Teenage pregnancy: do nurses know how to respond? Independent Nurse. 2018(2): 18-22.
    Teenage pregnancy is often a very emotive subject. The media image of pregnant teenagers and young parents can be very negative, promoting the idea that young people become pregnant for financial reasons or for want of a ...
  • Assistant radiographer practitioners: Creating capacity or challenging professional boundaries? 

    Palmer D, Snaith B and Harris MA (2018) Assistant radiographer practitioners: creating capacity or challenging professional boundaries? Radiography. Article in Press.
    Introduction Over the last 2 decades the assistant radiographer practitioner (ARP) role has been introduced into NHS diagnostic imaging departments as a strategy to expand the workforce and create capacity. This skill mix ...
  • Public Health Application of The Silences Framework 

    Eshareturi C (2017) Public Health Application of The Silences Framework. In: Erasmus Facilitated Exchange. 11 May 2017. Mälardalen University, Sweden.
  • Addressing ex-offenders inequity in access to healthcare through the provision of a nurse led intervention 

    Eshareturi C (2015) Addressing ex-offenders inequity in access to healthcare through the provision of a nurse led intervention. In: Qualitative Health Research Conference. 19-21 Oct 2015. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
    The current context of offender health in England and Wales indicates that the health needs of ex-offenders are significantly greater than those of the general population with a lack of equity existing between need and ...
  • The silence of a scream: The Silences Framework as a tool for exploring marginalised perspectives in ex-offender health 

    Eshareturi C (2015) ) The silence of a scream: The Silences Framework as a tool for exploring marginalised perspectives in ex-offender health. In: Qualitative Research: Beyond the 'Fractured Future'. 15-17 Jul 2015. Research Methods Laboratory. Neuchatel, Switzerland.
  • The Silences Framework: a tool for exploring marginalised perspectives 

    Eshareturi C (2017) The Silences Framework: a tool for exploring marginalised perspectives. In: Askance?Oblique conference. 31 Mar 2017. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK.
    The Silences Framework as a tool for exploring marginalised perspectives The Silences Framework was devised for use as a vehicle for exposing additional viewpoints in studies revolving around sensitive subjects and ...
  • Patients’ experiences with home parental nutrition: A grounded theory study 

    Wong C, Lucas B and Wood D (2018) Patients’ experiences with home parental nutrition: A grounded theory study. Clinical Nutrition ESPEN. 24: 100-108.
    Background & aims Parenteral nutrition (PN) provides nourishment and hydration as an intravenous infusion to patients with intestinal failure (IF). The aim of the study is to generate theory that explains the experiences ...
  • Mapping the Offender Health Pathway - Challenges and Opportunities for Support Through Community Nursing 

    Eshareturi C and Serrant-Green L (2016) Mapping the Offender Health Pathway - Challenges and Opportunities for Support Through Community Nursing. Final report to Burdett Trust for Nursing. Centre for Health and Social Care Improvement - University of Wolverhampton, UK.
    The health needs of released offenders are significantly greater than those of the general population with a lack of equity existing between need and supply. Offender health indicates that they re-enter their communities ...
  • The case for nurses as central providers of health and social care services for ex-offenders: a discussion paper 

    Eshareturi C, Serrant-Green L, Bayliss-Pratt L et al (2014) The case for nurses as central providers of health and social care services for ex-offenders: a discussion paper. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 70(5): 1030-1039.
    Ex-offenders re-enter their communities with limited pre-release preparation for the continuity of access to health care once outside prison. Once released, these individuals become hard to reach, do not consider health a ...

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