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Grounded theory research: literature reviewing and reflexivity.
Use of literature or any other preknowledge should not prevent a grounded theory arising from the inductive-deductive interplay which is at the heart of this method. Expand
Reflexivity: promoting rigour in qualitative research.
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 theExpand
Enriching the care of patients with dementia in acute settings? The Dementia Champions Programme in Scotland
Analysis of data derived from the ADQ and 100 reflective reports of the community experience indicate that participants’ perceptions of people with dementia shifted significantly during the Scottish Dementia Champions programme. Expand
Improving the care of people with dementia in hospital.
The Dementia Champions Programme was set up in NHS Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, to equip nurses with the skills and knowledge to improve the care of people with dementia in hospital. Nurses whoExpand
The enigma of post-natal depression: an update.
A critical analysis of key concepts associated with post-natal depression is provided to facilitate healthcare professionals with improving standards of care and to clarify and present understandings of PND. Expand
Atypical neuroleptics: autonomy and compliance?
  • G. Marland
  • Medicine
  • Journal of advanced nursing
  • 1 March 1999
It is concluded that mental health nurses have a key role to play in enabling this reconceptualization to change practice in promoting compliance with neuroleptics generally and on nursing implications relevant to the atypical neurolePTics. Expand
Student discontinuations: is the system failing?
Now would be the best time for departments of nurse education to reflect on experience, review attrition rates and learn from each other in order to establish a model of best practice. Expand
No decision about me without me: concordance operationalised.
It is shown that concordance can be operationalised by considering it a composite of health beliefs, knowledge and collaboration, and negates the necessity for adherence as an endpoint in itself. Expand
Research supervision.
The little research evidence that is available suggests a way forward based on practical experience of both supervising and being supervised, and the implications of this are briefly outlined. Expand