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4Bii. Improving undergraduate student attrition and experience  through an innovative  Restorative Supervision project. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Jennison, L., & Walker, J. (2023, December). 4Bii. Improving undergraduate student attrition and experience  through an innovative  Restorative Supervision project. Paper presented at Advance HE NETworking & Innovation in Healthcare Education Conference, Liverpool

Abstract: Principles of the PNA role and A-EQUIP model (NHS England, 2017) and specifically the Restorative Supervision (RS) element can also be applied to healthcare students during their training. RS can be defined “A model of supervision designe... Read More about 4Bii. Improving undergraduate student attrition and experience  through an innovative  Restorative Supervision project..

#118. Co-creation of an educational event to support an integrated field approach, student collaboration and ongoing student growth within health care education (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Jennison, L., Combe, K., Jennison, L., Pattrick, K., Holden, G., Maile, C., & Morris, T. (2023, April). #118. Co-creation of an educational event to support an integrated field approach, student collaboration and ongoing student growth within health care education. Paper presented at RCN Education Forum National Conference & Exhibition 2023. Ambitions for change: Investing in the health and social care workforce for the future, Birmingham

The NMC Code and educational guidelines recommend nursing students work co-operatively and maintain communication with all fields of practice. Education programs should be designed to deliver learning that supports students and provides exposure ac... Read More about #118. Co-creation of an educational event to support an integrated field approach, student collaboration and ongoing student growth within health care education.

Professional nurse advocate standards for education and training programmes and modules (2023)
Report
(2023). Professional nurse advocate standards for education and training programmes and modules. Royal College of Nursing

Description: There has been extensive national uptake by education institutions and employer organisations to support, develop and implement the role of the professional nurse advocate (PNA). However, with various providers delivering PNA training... Read More about Professional nurse advocate standards for education and training programmes and modules.

Promoting an alcohol-free (dry) pregnancy not just for Dry January (2023)
Digital Artefact
Walker, J., Smith, L., Hilton, A., Alfred, L., Scholin, L., & Ahankari, A. (in press). Promoting an alcohol-free (dry) pregnancy not just for Dry January

Opening paragraph: Many people make resolutions to take steps towards a healthier lifestyle after the New Year, and ‘Dry January’ is an opportunity to think about cutting down on alcohol consumption. Making healthy resolutions are also important... Read More about Promoting an alcohol-free (dry) pregnancy not just for Dry January.

Caring from a distance – carers’ experiences of keeping in touch with care home residents during COVID-19 closures. (2022)
Journal Article
White, C., Wray, J., Whitfield, C., & Wolverson, E. (2022). Caring from a distance – carers’ experiences of keeping in touch with care home residents during COVID-19 closures. International Journal of Care and Caring, https://doi.org/10.1332/239788221X16666566787347

In response to COVID-19 many care homes (CHs) closed to visitors, and new ways for carers and residents to stay in touch were tried. This UK study employed an online survey to explore carer experiences of staying in touch from a distance. The researc... Read More about Caring from a distance – carers’ experiences of keeping in touch with care home residents during COVID-19 closures..

Understanding primary care diagnosis and management of sleep disturbance for people with dementia or mild cognitive impairment: a realist review protocol (2022)
Journal Article
Greene, L., Aryankhesal, A., Megson, M., Blake, J., Wong, G., Briscoe, S., …Fox, C. (2022). Understanding primary care diagnosis and management of sleep disturbance for people with dementia or mild cognitive impairment: a realist review protocol. BMJ open, 12(11), Article e067424. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-067424

INTRODUCTION: The increasingly ageing population is associated with greater numbers of people living with dementia (PLwD) and mild cognitive impairment (MCI). There are an estimated 55 million PLwD and approximately 6% of people over 60 years of age... Read More about Understanding primary care diagnosis and management of sleep disturbance for people with dementia or mild cognitive impairment: a realist review protocol.

Exploring how preceptorship could improve the experiences of newly registered nurses transitioning into primary care (2022)
Journal Article
Butler, S. (in press). Exploring how preceptorship could improve the experiences of newly registered nurses transitioning into primary care. Primary Health Care, https://doi.org/10.7748/phc.2022.e1782

The ageing population and the rising prevalence of long-term conditions have placed higher demands on primary care services, with practice nurses managing increasingly complex patient needs. As a result, there is a need to focus on improving the rete... Read More about Exploring how preceptorship could improve the experiences of newly registered nurses transitioning into primary care.

Conceptualising comorbidity and multimorbidity in dementia: A scoping review and syndemic framework (2022)
Journal Article
Dunn, R., Clayton, E., Wolverson, E., & Hilton, A. (2022). Conceptualising comorbidity and multimorbidity in dementia: A scoping review and syndemic framework. Journal of Multimorbidity and Comorbidity, 12, https://doi.org/10.1177/26335565221128432

Background Older people and people with dementia experience a high prevalence of multiple health conditions. The terms ‘comorbidity’ and ‘multimorbidity’ are often used interchangeably to describe this, however there are key conceptual differences b... Read More about Conceptualising comorbidity and multimorbidity in dementia: A scoping review and syndemic framework.