Carol Haigh

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PURPOSE The purpose of this paper is to critically examine the extent of patient centrality within integrated chronic back pain management services and compare policy rhetoric with practice reality. CONTEXT Integrated chronic back pain management services. DATA SOURCES We have drawn on theories of integration and context specific journals related to(More)
  • Carol Haigh, Professor, Woody Caan, Dr, Christine Hogg
  • 2009
This publication is a revised edition of Research ethics, RCN guidance for nurses first published in 2004. RCN Legal Disclaimer This publication contains information, advice and guidance to help members of the RCN. It is intended for use within the UK but readers are advised that practices may vary in each country and outside the UK. The information in this(More)
The key driver for this study arose from two serious untoward incidents that occurred in a large district general hospital in the United Kingdom. Following investigation of both these events the Director of Nursing in post at that time believed that poor organisation and delivery of care may have been a contributory factor. This paper reports the findings(More)
  • Deborah Davys, Ma, Carol Haigh, Frederick Road Campus
  • 2011
Accommodation Needs of Their Adult Children. Summary The aim of this qualitative study was to provide an insight into the perceptions of older parents of learning disabled people on the future accommodation needs of their adult children. Semi-structured interviews were used to seek parental awareness of residential options available, concerns in relation to(More)
AIM This paper reports a study investigating changes in the self-reported values of nursing students over the period 1983-2005 in the light of changes in student demography. BACKGROUND Nurses' values have been studied by both qualitative and survey methods over half a century. Generally idealism and altruism are said to wane as a result of professional(More)
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