Juliet Miller

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The development, pilot and evaluation of a brief psychosocial training intervention (BPTI) for staff working with people with dementia in an acute hospital setting are described. The project had two phases. Phase one involved adapting an existing competency framework and developing the BPTI using focus groups. For the pilot and evaluation, in phase two, a(More)
Mental health problems are common in older people admitted to general hospitals. With an increasing ageing population, admissions will rise and nurses will be expected to manage patients' co-existing mental health problems as well as physical problems. This article explores potential strategies for the management of patients with depression, delirium and(More)
This article discusses the experience of creating a programme of accredited work based learning (AWBL) for emergency nurse practitioners (ENPs) who work in an Accident and Emergency (A&E) Department in the North East of England. The initiative highlighted the challenges of collaboration with purchasers of education and with professional colleagues, other(More)
  • J Miller
  • The Australian journal of physiotherapy
  • 1968
There are several well-known methods of making plastic appliances; but the search here was for a simple quick way of producing something in a physiotherapy department, which could be used the same day as part of the treatment. For this reason plastics mixed from powder were eliminated, as problems with fumes, dermatitis, and curing time seemed to demand(More)
  • J Miller
  • The Australian journal of physiotherapy
  • 1969
It is a most surprising fact that the study of movement in relation to vision has almost totally evaded scientific investigation up to a few years ago. As I stated in 1964, the problem presented itself to me as soon as I entered a school for the blind. Why, if blindness was their only handicap did these children present such a picture of physical(More)
Jungian analysis is based on the work and extensive writings of C.G. Jung. Jung worked for a while with Freud who expected him to carry on the work of psychoanalysis. However, the two men were very different and Jung broke away from the Freudian model to develop his own unique view of the unconscious and to explore what he believed to be its innate capacity(More)