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The role and impact of private schools in developing countries: a rigorous review of the evidence
About this brief This paper summarises a rigorous review by Day Ashley et al. (2014), entitled: The role and impact of private schools in developing countries: A rigorous review of the evidence. It… Expand
Employing an extended Theory of Planned Behaviour to predict breastfeeding intention, initiation, and maintenance in White British and South-Asian mothers living in Bradford.
- R. Lawton, L. Ashley, S. Dawson, Dagmar Waiblinger, M. Conner
- Psychology, Medicine
- British journal of health psychology
- 1 November 2012
BACKGROUND Despite reported differences in breastfeeding rates amongst women of different ethnic groups, little research has investigated whether the thoughts and feelings (social cognitions) of… Expand
Constructing Reality: Print Media's Framing of the Women's Movement, 1966 to 1986
This content analysis examined the use of framing techniques found in the New York Times, Time, and Newsweek's coverage of the women's movement. Coverage of both women who organized to promote and… Expand
The role and impact of private schools in developing countries
Integrating Patient Reported Outcomes With Clinical Cancer Registry Data: A Feasibility Study of the Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes From Cancer Survivors (ePOCS) System
Background Routine measurement of Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) linked with clinical data across the patient pathway is increasingly important for informing future care planning. The innovative… Expand
A practical guide to failure mode and effects analysis in health care: making the most of the team and its meetings.
- L. Ashley, G. Armitage, M. Neary, G. Hollingsworth
- Engineering, Medicine
- Joint Commission journal on quality and patient…
- 1 August 2010
BACKGROUND Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a proactive risk assessment tool used to identify potential vulnerabilities in complex, high-risk processes and to generate remedial actions… Expand
Improving the safety of chemotherapy administration: an oncology nurse-led failure mode and effects analysis.
- L. Ashley, R. Dexter, F. Marshall, Brendan McKenzie, Maggie Ryan, G. Armitage
- Oncology nursing forum
- 29 October 2011
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To assess and improve the safety of hospital-based adult chemotherapy administration. DESIGN Prospective, systems-focused clinical risk assessment. SETTING An adult inpatient… Expand
The Use of Structuration Theory to Conceptualize Alternative Practice in Education: The Case of Private School Outreach in India.
- L. Ashley
- 19 April 2010
This paper contributes to arguments for the potential of Giddens’ structuration theory in educational research. It illustrates how ‘conceptual schemes’ from structuration theory were applied to the… Expand
Inter‐school working involving private school outreach initiatives and government schools in India
- L. Ashley
- 1 December 2006
Drawing upon empirical data from a multiple case study of ‘private school outreach’ initiatives in India, this paper compares linkages with government schools initiated by two of the cases with the… Expand
Illness perceptions within 6 months of cancer diagnosis are an independent prospective predictor of health‐related quality of life 15 months post‐diagnosis
Studies have found that illness perceptions explain significant variance in health outcomes in numerous diseases. However, most of the research is cross‐sectional and non‐oncological. We examined,… Expand