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Reflexivity: promoting rigour in qualitative research.
- D. Jootun, G. McGhee, G. Marland
- Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great…
- 11 February 2009
This article illustrates how the concept of reflexivity has matured in conjunction with developments in qualitative research, and makes the case for inclusion of a reflexive account to increase the… Expand
Effective communication with people who have dementia.
This article explores the skills needed for effective communication with people who have dementia. It describes the factors that influence the communication process and the effect this may have on… Expand
Creating a research culture in a nursing school.
BACKGROUND Research in nursing schools still falls behind that in other disciplines. Schools need to develop a good research culture, in which those undertaking and supervising research are supported… Expand
Examining how well students use correct handling procedures.
AIM To explore the extent to which undergraduates apply taught principles when performing handling and moving activities during practice placements and the factors that influence their application.… Expand
Enabling students to develop confidence in basic clinical skills.
- W. Mayne, D. Jootun, B. Young, G. Marland, M. Harris, C. P. Lyttle
- Medicine, Psychology
- Nursing times
- 15 June 2004
An increase in the number of nursing students is making it difficult to guarantee those on the common foundation programme the opportunity to practise basic nursing skills. In order to address this… Expand
Reflection in Nurse Education
Reflection has become an invaluable tool for nursing students to learn from Practice. This article presents some of the definitions of the concept of reflection and provides some of the reasons as to… Expand
Reflexivity:promoting rigour in qualitative research.
Moving and Handling of Patients with Dementia
Moving and handling is an important aspect of caring for patients with dementia. This can be a serious risk to health care staff, and requires careful risk assessment and planning before execution to… Expand
Hospital staff all proved to be cheerful, professional and kind
- D. Jootun
- 29 February 2012