D Rushforth

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Woodlands therapy: an ethnographic analysis of a small-group therapeutic activity for people with moderate or severe dementia This paper reports on an analysis of Woodlands therapy (WT), a sensory-motor therapeutic activity that aims to encourage interaction with people with moderate or severe dementia. The aims of the study were to examine: the responses(More)
This paper reports on work produced by a Government Review of Mental Health Nursing in England conducted in 1993/4. The Review reported to the British Government in January 1994 and offered 42 recommendations for their consideration. At the heart of the Review Report was a determination that patients, carers and all people who use services should be engaged(More)
External constraints on random sampling remains a constant challenge to nurse researchers seeking control over patient recruitment when investigating the outcome of nursing treatments. Traditional non-random sampling strategies employed in naturalistic clinical settings are prone to extraneous variables that frequently compromise the internal validity of(More)
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