CRNME Peer reviewed articles
Steven A, Magnusson C, Smith P, & Pearson P. H. (2013). Patient safety in nursing education: Contexts, tensions and feeling safe to learn. Nurse Education Today.
Cresswell K, Howe A , Steven A , Smith P, Ashcroft D , Fairhurst K , Bradley F, Magnusson C, Pearson, P., Sheikh, A. (2013). Patient safety in healthcare preregistration educational curricula: multiple case study-based investigations of eight medicine, nursing, pharmacy and physiotherapy university courses. BMJ Quality & Safety.
Darling AL, Hakim OA, Horton K, Gibbs MA, Cui L, Berry JL, Lanham-New SA, Hart KH. (2013) 'Adaptations in tibial cortical thickness and total volumetric bone density in postmenopausal South Asian women with small bone size.'. Bone (in press)
Shawe J (2013) Contraceptive Choices for Women with Diabetes Primary Care Women’s Health Journal 5 (1)
Graham C; Panicker S; Shawe J; Stephenson J (2013) Women's experiences with tailored use of a combined oral contraceptive: A qualitative study Human Reproduction. First published online March 22, 2013 http://humrep.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2013/03/22/humrep.det078.abstract
Panzetta S, Shawe J LAM (2013) Lactational amenorrhoea method: the evidence is there, why aren’t we using it? Journal of Family Planning & Reproductive Health 39 (2) 136-138
Darling AL, Hart KH, Gibbs MA, Gossiel F, Kantermann T, Horton K, Johnsen S., Berry JL, Skene DS, Eastell R, .ViethR and Lanham-New SA (in press) Greater seasonal cycling of 25-hydroxyvitamin D is associated with increased parathyroid hormone but not bone resorption. Osteoporosis International.
Darling, A., Hart, K., Macdonald, H., Horton, K., Kang’ombe, A., Berry, J. & Lanham-New, S. (2013) Vitamin D deficiency in UK South Asian Women of Childbearing Age: A Comparative Longitudinal Investigation with UK Caucasian Women. Osteoporosis International, 24:477-488
Anki Odelius, Helen Allan, Billie Hunter, Karen Bryan, Ann Gallagher, Wendy Knibb (2012)
Reflecting on action research exploring informal complaints management by nurses and midwives in an NHS trust: Transformation or maintaining the status quo?
International Practice Development Journal 2 (2) 8
Horton, K. (2012) Active ageing and fall prevention among older Chinese people. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 20: Supplement: S Pages: S111-S112
Curtis, K., Smith, P.A. & Horton, K. (2012).Student Nurse Socialisation in Compassionate Practice: A Grounded Theory Study. Special Issue, Nurse Education Today. 32(7): 790-795.
Kuoppakangas, P, Suomi K, Horton K & Hampden-Turner C. Reputation and legitimacy –– a tale of three municipal enterprises in Finland. International Journal of Public and Private Healthcare Management and Economics. (under review).
Horton K and Arber A. Fostering empathy between older people and student nurses- a Sound Approach. Nursing Older People journal (under review).
Anki Odelius, Helen Allan, Billie Hunter, Karen Bryan, Ann Gallagher, Wendy Knibb (2012) Reflecting on action research exploring informal complaints management by nurses and midwives in an NHS trust: Transformation or maintaining the status quo? International Practice Development Journal 2 (2) 8
Allan H T (2012) Government seems blind to the realities of care in acute Trusts. Published letter in Nursing Standard, 6th February 2012 (33)
White ID, Faithfull S, Allan H T (2012) The re-construction of women's sexual lives after pelvic radiotherapy: A critique of social constructionist and biomedical perspectives on the study of female sexuality after cancer treatment
Smith P, Mackintosh M, Ross F, Clayton J, Price L, Christian S, Byng R & Allan H (2012) Financial and clinical risk in health care reform: a view from below Journal of Health Services Research Policy 17 (2)
Allan et al (under review) People and teams matter in organisational change: professionals' and managers’' experiences of changing governance and incentives in primary care. Health Services Research
Beaumont S & Allan H T (under review) Supporting Deployed Operations: Are Military Nurses Gaining the Relevant Experience from MDHUs to be Competent in Deployed Operations?. Journal of Clinical Nursing
Lee, Allan & Lu (in press) Early intervention screening is more than 'simply' screening: Journal of Clinical Nursing
Allan H T, O’Driscoll M, Simpson V & Shawe J (2012) Teachers' views of using e-learning for non-traditional students in higher education across three disciplines [nursing, chemistry and management] at a time of massification and increased diversity in higher education. Nurse Education Today. Available on-line: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2012.04.003
Gallagher A, Wainwright P, Tompsett H & Atkins C (2012) Findings from a Delphi exercise regarding conflicts of interests, general practitioners and safeguarding children: 'Listen carefully, judge slowly'. Journal of Medical Ethics 38(2): 87-92
Curtis K, Smith P & Horton K (in press) Student Nurse Socialisation in Compassionate Practice: A Grounded Theory Study. Special Issue, Nurse Education Today
Darling A, Hart, K, Macdonald H, Horton K, Kang’ombe A, Berry J & Lanham-New S (in press) Vitamin D deficiency in UK South Asian Women of Childbearing Age: A Comparative Longitudinal Investigation with UK Caucasian Women. In, Osteoporosis International
Latifnejad Roudsari R & Allan H T (2011) Women’s experiences and preferences in relation to infertility counseling: A multifaith dialogue. International Journal of Fertility & Sterility 5 (3)
Allan H T (2011) Using psychodynamic small group work in nurse education: closing the theory-practice gap? Nurse Education Today 31(5): 521-524
White I D, Allan H T & Faithful S (2011) Assessment of treatment-induced female sexual morbidity in oncology: is this a part of routine medical follow-up after radical pelvic radiotherapy? British Journal of Cancer (2011), 1 –8
Gallagher A, Gannon C (2011) Difficult decisions in cancer care conducting an ethics case analysis. European Oncology and Haematology 7(2): 101-105
Dickinson, A, Horton K, Machen I, Bunn F, Cove J, Deepak J & Maddex T (2011) The role of health professionals in promoting the uptake of fall prevention interventions: A qualitative study of older people’s views. Age and Ageing, 40, 724-730
Horton K & Dickinson A (2011) The Role of Culture and Diversity in the Prevention of Falls among Older Chinese People. Canadian Journal of Aging, 30 (1), 57-66
Allan H T (2011) A commentary on Christensen M Advancing nursing practice: redefining the theoretical and practical integration of knowledge Journal Clinical Nursing 20, 873–881
Allan H T, Smith PA & O'Driscoll M (2011) Experiences of supernumerary status and the hidden curriculum in
nursing: a new twist in the theory–practice gap? Journal of Clinical Nursing 20(5-6): 847-855
Allan HT. (2011) Using psychodynamic small group work in nurse education: closing the theory-practice gap? Nurse Education Today 31(5): 521-524
Wiseman A & Horton K (2010) Developing clinical scenarios from a European perspective: Successes and challenges Nurse Education Today
Bishop L, Faithfull S, Allan H. (2011) An exploration of the influences on clinical decision making and the culture of blood transfusion practise in cancer-related anaemia using an ethnographic methodology. Supportive Care in Cancer 19(2): 203-210
Horton K, Dickinson A. (2011) the role of culture and Diversity in the Prevention of Falls among Older Chinese People. Canadian Journal on Aging 30(1): 57-66
Dickinson A, Horton K, Machen I, Bunn F, Cove J, Jain D, Maddex T. (2011). The role of health professionals in promoting the uptake of fall prevention interventions: a qualitative study of older people's views. Age and Ageing 40(6): 724-730
White ID, Allan H, Faithfull S (2011). Assessment of treatment-induced female sexual morbidity in oncology: is this a part of routine medical follow-up after radical pelvic radiotherapy? British Journal of Cancer 105(7): 903-910
Allan H T & Parr S (2010) Buddies help find the way Nursing Standard 24 (26): 69
Koch T, Turner R, Smith P A & Hutnik N (2010) Storytelling reveals the active positive lives of centenarians Nursing Older People RCN Publishing Company October 2010 Volume 22 Number 8 www.nursingolderpeople.co.uk pages 31-36
Crichton, J., & Koch, T. (2010). Narrative, identity and care: Joint problematization in a study of people living with dementia. In C. N. Candlin & J. Crichton (Eds.), Discourses of deficit (pp. 101-118). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Allan H T (2010) Mentoring overseas nurses:: Barriers to effective and non-discriminatory mentoring practices in Nursing Ethics 17, 5
Allan H T & Smith P (2010) Are pedagogies used in nurse education research evident in practice? Nurse Education Today 30(5): 476-479
Evans K, Guile D, Harris J, Allan H. (2010) Putting knowledge to work: a new approach. Nurse Education Today 30(3): 245-251
Hughes C, Allan H T & Knibb W (2010) Laparoscopic surgery for endometrial cancer: a phenomenological study Journal of Advanced Nursing Vol 66, 11: 2500-2509
Allan H T (under review) Using psycho-dynamic small group work in nurse education: closing the theory-practice gap? Nurse Education Today.
Allan H T, Ross F, Byng R, Smith P, Mackintosh M M & Brearley S. (under review) Exploring emotions and relationships between staff and their managers within teams who care for people with long term conditions. Journal Interprofessional Care.
O’Driscoll M, Allan H T & Smith P (2010) Still looking for leadership - who is responsible for student nurses' learning in practice? Nurse Education Today Vol 30, 212-217
Allan H T (2010) Guest editorial: The perils facing nurse education: a call for leadership for learning Nurse Education Today Vol 30, 209-211
Pearson PH, Steven A, Howe A, Sheikh A, Ashcroft D & Smith P (2010) Learning about patient safety: organisational context and culture in the education of health care professionals. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 15 (Supplement 1)
Smith P & Allan H T (2010) ‘We should be able to bear our patients in our teaching in some way:’ Theoretical perspectives on how nurse teachers manage their emotions to negotiate the split between education and caring practice. Nurse Education Today, 30, 218-223
Smith P & Cowie H (2010) Perspectives on emotional labour and bullying: reviewing the role of emotions in nursing and healthcare, International Journal of Work Organization and Emotion, 3(3): 227-236.
O'Driscoll M, Smith P & Magnusson C (2009) Evaluation of a part-time adult diploma nursing programme - "Tailor-made" provision? Nurse Education Today, 29: 208-216
Allan H T, De Lacey S, Payne D (2009 on-line) The socio-cultural context of assisted reproductive technologies: the shaping of ‘routine practices. Nursing Inquiry.
Latifnejad Roudsari R, Allan H T & Smith P A “I am psychologist of myself”: How religious and spiritual beliefs impact women’s perception of infertility counselling”, Journal of Fertility Counselling, 2008, 15 (2): 22-36
Smith P, Pearson P H & Ross F (2009) Emotions at work: what is the link to patient and staff safety? Implications for nurse managers in the NHS. Journal of Nursing Management,17, 230–237
Allan H T & Smith P (in press) Pedagogies and Methodologies for Nurse Education: Are they used in Research and Evident in Practice? NET
Allan H T (2009) How does supernumerary status affect the way student nurses conceptualise nursing? Nursing Times 105(43):10-3
Allan H T, De Lacey S & Payne D (2009 on-line) The socio-cultural context of assisted reproductive technologies: the shaping of ‘routine practices. Nursing Inquiry.
Allan H T & Smith P (2009) Are pedagogies used in nurse education research evident in practice? Nurse Education Today Online publication complete: 17-NOV-2009 Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2009.10.011
Allan H T, Cowie H & Smith P (2009) Overseas’ nurses’ experiences of discrimination: a case of racist bullying? Journal of Nursing Management, 17, 7, 898-906
Smith P, Pearson PH & Ross F (2009) Emotions at Work: What is the link to patient and staff safety? Implications for nurse managers in the NHS, Journal of Nursing Management 17, 230-237
O’Driscoll M, Smith P & Magnusson C (2009) Evaluation of a part-time adult diploma nursing programme – ‘Tailor made provision?’ Nurse Education Today 29, 2, 208-216
Smith P & Cowie H (2009) Perspectives on emotional labour and bullying: Reviewing the role of emotions in nursing and health care. The International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion, 3, 3, 227-236
Cowie H (2009) Understanding why children and young people engage in bullying, Hiroshima University Journal of Learning Science, 2, 103-110.
Naylor P, Cowie H, Dawkins J, Talamelli L & Walters J (2009) Impact of a mental health teaching programme on adolescents: a two-group pre-test post-test control group design, British Journal of Psychiatry,194, 365-370.
Cowie H (2009) Tackling cyberbullying: A cross cultural comparison, International Journal of Emotional Education, 1(2): 3-13.
Cowie H & Kurihara S (2009) Peer support in Japan: inside and outside perspectives, Gendai Esprit, 502, 61-72
Green A, Westwood O, Smith P, Peniston-Bird, F and Holloway, D (2008) Provision of Continuing Professional Development for non-medical prescribers: a report on a training needs analysis Journal of Nursing Management
Smith P (2008) Guest Editorial Compassion and Care; What’s the evidence? Journal of Research in Nursing 13, 367-70
Allan H T, Tshudin V and Horton K (2008) The devaluation of nursing: a position statement Nursing Ethics 15 (4)
Allan H T (2008) Ethnicity, race and health in a multicultural environment. Foundations for better epidemiology, public health and health care Bulletin of the World Health Organization
Allan H T, Smith P A, Lorentzon M, (2008) Leadership for learning: a literature study of leadership for learning in clinical practice Journal of Nursing Management, 2008, 16, 545-555
Lorentzon M, Marchant S, Duff E, Finnerty G, James D, Magill-Cuerden J, Smith P and Tickner V (2008) Midwifery education in England, 1949-56. A research in progress report about an ongoing archival study of the Midwife Teachers’ Training Council and College at High Coombe MIDIRS Midwifery Digest 18:1
Bunn F, Dickinson A, Barnett-Page E, McInnes E and Horton K (2008) A systematic review of older people’s perceptions of facilitators and barriers to participation in fall prevention interventions Ageing and Society 28, 449-472
Horton K (2008) The use of telecare for people with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Implications for management Journal of Nursing Management 16 173 - 180
Horton K (2008) Gender and the Risk of Falling: A Sociological Approach Journal of Advanced Nursing
Horton K (2008) Falls in older people: the place of telemonitoring in rehabilitation. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 45(8): 1183-1194
Hutnik H and Gregory J (2008) Cultural Sensitivity Training: description and evaluation of a workshop Nurse Education Today 28 171 -178
Hutnik N and Street R (in press) Profiles of British Muslim Identity Journal of Adolescence
Joolaee S, Tschudin V, Nikbakht-Nasrabadi A, Parsa-Yekta Z (2008) Patients’ rights: the lived experience of Iranian nurses and physicians International Nursing Review 55:1 55-61
Joolaee S and Tschudin V (2008) Facilitators and barriers to the practice of patients’ rights in Iran International Nursing Review
Smith P (2008) A TRIBUTE TO PROFESSOR ROSEMARY POPE (1958-2008) Nurse Education Today (available on-line)
Smith P (2008) Guest Editorial: Compassion and smiles: what's the evidence? Journal of Research in Nursing 2008; 13; 367
Tschudin V (2008) Publishing in English language journals Nursing Ethics
AJ Davis, V Tschudin (2007) Publishing in English-language journals Nursing Ethics 14:3 425-430
Smith P (editor) with contributed papers from Larsen J A, Allan H, Vydelingum V & Alexis O (2007) Special issue of the Journal of Clinical Nursing on Overseas nurses based on the REOH report (special edition) Journal of Clinical Nursing
Smith P (2007) Overseas-trained nurses, diversity and discrimination: perceptions, practice and policy Journal of Clinical Nursing 16 (12) 2185-2186
Smith P & Mackintosh M (2007) Profession, market and class: nurse migration and the remaking of division and disadvantage Journal of Clinical Nursing 16 (12) 2213-2220
Allan H T (2007) Psychosexual nursing in gynaecology British Infertility Counselling Association Journal
Allan H T (2007) Comment on ‘Mobbing behaviours encountered by nursing school teaching staff in the workplace and their responses to them’ Yildirim D, Yildirim A & Timucin A. Nursing Ethics 14(4)
Allan H T & Finnerty G (2007) The practice gap in the care of women following successful infertility treatments: unasked questions in midwifery and nursing? Human Fertility 10 (2) 99-104
Allan H (2007) Experiences of infertility: liminality and the role of the fertility clinic Nursing Inquiry 14 (2) 132
Finnerty G & Pope R (2007) Fragmented Knowledge Midwifery
Finnerty G, Magnusson C & Pope R (2007) Women’s views of student midwives’ involvement in maternity care Evidence Based Midwifery
Horton K (2007) Gender and the negotiation between older people and their carers in the prevention of falls Ageing and Society 24: 75-94
Horton K, Tschudin V & Forget A (2007) The global value of nursing: an integrative review Nursing Ethics 14:6
Hunter B & Smith P (2007) Emotional Labour – just another buzz word? International Journal of Nursing Studies 44 (6) 859-861
Latifnejad Roudsari R, Allan H & Smith P (2007) Looking at infertility through the lens of religion and spirituality: a review of the literature Human Fertility 10(3)
Joolaee S & Tschudin V (2007) Facilitators and barriers to the practice of patients’ rights in Iran International Nursing Review
Joolaee S, Nikbakht-Nasrabadi A, Parsa-Yekta Z, Tschudin V & Mansouri I (2006) An Iranian perspective on patients’ rights Nursing Ethics 13 (5) 488-502
Larsen J A (2007) Symbolic healing of early psychosis: Psychoeducation and sociocultural processes of recovery Culture, medicine & Psychiatry
Larsen J A (2007) Understanding a complex intervention: Person centred ethnography in early psychosis Journal of Mental Health 16 (3) 333-345
Magnusson C, O’Driscoll M & Smith P (2007) New Roles to Support Practice Learning - Can they Facilitate Expansion of Placement Capacity Nurse Education Today 27 643-650
Tschudin V (forthcoming) Publishing in English language journals Nursing Ethics
Allan H (2006) Using participant observation to immerse oneself in the field: the relevance and importance of ethnography for illuminating the role of emotions in nursing practice Journal of Research in Nursing 11(5) 397-410.
Finnerty G, Graham L, Magnusson C & Pope R (2006) Empowering midwife mentors with adequate training and support British Journal of Midwifery Vol 14(4) 187-190
Larsen J A (2006) Overseas nurses: Tackling discrimination Nursing and Residential Care 8 (8) 368-370
Larsen J A (2006) Psykisk sygdom og personen: et spørgsmål om menneskelig forståelse’ [Mental illness and the person: a question of human understanding] Tidsskrift for Forskning i Sygdom og Samfund 4 69-88
Tshudin V (2006) How Nursing Ethics as a Subject Changes: an analysis of the first 11 years of publication of the journal Nursing Ethics Nursing Ethics 13 (1) 65-85
Davis AJ, Tschudin V & de Raeve L (editors) (2006) Essentials of Teaching and Learning in Nursing Ethics; Perspectives and methods Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone
Westwood, O & Hay F (2006) Why, who and what is a medical care practitioner? HEA Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine Summer 2006 24-26
Horton K (2006) Balancing risk and independence in gerontological nursing’ IN Godin, P (ed) ‘Risk and Nursing Practice’, Palgrave Publisher, Basingstoke.Pp150-162.
Hay FC & Westwood OMR (2006) Hypersensitivity Type III Immunology (7th edition) edited by D. Male, J. Brostoff , D. Roth, & I. Roitt, Elseviers London
Westwood O, Hay F & Nelson P (2006) Rheumatoid Factors - What's New? Rheumatology (Oxford) Vol 45 (4) 379-385
Allan H (2005) Gender and embodiment in nursing: the role of the female chaperone in the infertility clinic Nursing Inquiry 12 (3) 175-183
Allan H & Smith P (2005) The introduction of modern matrons and the relevance of emotional labour: developing personal authority in clinical leadership Journal of Work, Emotions & Organisations 1 (1) 20-34
Allan H, Clawson L, Bryan K & Smith P (2005) Developing an Interprofessional Learning Culture in Primary Care Journal of Interprofessional care 19 (5) 452-464
Allan H & Barber D (2005) Emotional boundary work in advanced fertility nursing roles Nursing Ethics 12 (4) 391- 400
Bernloehr A, Smith P & Vydelingum V (2005) Antenatal care in the European Union: A survey on guidelines in all 25 Member States of the Community European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Reproductive Biology 122 (1) 22-32
Finnerty G, Pope R, Graham L & Magnusson C (2005) Do we value our midwife mentors? MIDIRS 15(2) 158-162
Finnerty G & Pope R (2005) An exploration of student midwives’ language to describe non-formal learning in professional practice Nurse Education Today 25 309-315
Larsen J A, Allan H, Bryan K & Smith P (2005) Overseas nurses’ motivations for working in the UK: Globalisation and Life Politics Work, Employment and Society 19 (2) 349-368
Larsen, J A , R.Maundrill, J Morgan & Mouland L (2005) Practice development facilitation: An integrated strategic and clinical approach Practice Development in Healthcare 4 (3) 142-149
Magnusson C, Finnerty G & Pope R (2005) Methodological Triangulation in Midwifery Educational Research Nurse Researcher 12 (4) 30-39
Smith P (2005) Review of the book by Madeleine Bunting: Willing Slaves: How the overwork culture is ruining our lives International Journal of Work, Organisation & Emotion 180-185
Smith P & Lorentzon M (2005) Is Emotional Labour ethical? Nursing Ethics 12 (6) 638-642
Smith P (2005) Participatory evaluation: navigating the emotions of partnerships Journal of Social Work Practice 19 (2) 195-209
Westwood OMR & Richardson, L (2005) Developing a Medical Care Practitioner to Meet the Needs of England Perspective on Physician Assistant Education 16 (1) 50-53
Westwood OMR (2005) Graduate Entry Programme – a new way to study medicine in Wales Welsh Paediatric Journal 22 (5) 12