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Conceptualising women's perinatal well-being: a systematic review of theoretical discussions (2019)
Journal Article
Wadephul, F., Glover, L., & Jomeen, J. (2019). Conceptualising women's perinatal well-being: a systematic review of theoretical discussions. Midwifery, TBC, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2019.102598

Background: Perinatal well-being has increasingly become the focus of research, clinical practice and policy. However, attention has mostly been on a reductionist understanding of well-being based on a mind-body duality. Conceptual clarity around wha... Read More about Conceptualising women's perinatal well-being: a systematic review of theoretical discussions.

An (interpretative) phenomenological analysis of nursing professionals' experience of developing a transnational curriculum (2019)
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Lee, A. (2020). An (interpretative) phenomenological analysis of nursing professionals' experience of developing a transnational curriculum. Nurse education today, 84, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2019.104251

Aim : The purpose of this phenomenological study is to reveal how senior staff who have engaged in the development of a transnational nursing curriculum make sense of the opportunity. Background : Merging two, country specific curricula for a dual... Read More about An (interpretative) phenomenological analysis of nursing professionals' experience of developing a transnational curriculum.

‘Welcome to the World’: parents' experiences of an antenatal nurturing programme (2019)
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Wadephul, F., Jones, C., & Jomeen, J. (2019). ‘Welcome to the World’: parents' experiences of an antenatal nurturing programme. British Journal of Midwifery, 27(6), 353-361. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjom.2019.27.6.353

Background: The transition to parenthood is a time of increased vulnerability and lays the foundations for the parent-infant relationship. It can therefore be a suitable time for interventions to increase parents’ emotional well-being and support cou... Read More about ‘Welcome to the World’: parents' experiences of an antenatal nurturing programme.

Using an ethical model to manage patient-soldier confidentiality when medical treatment for post traumatic stress disorder is refused (2011)
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Kelly, J. C. (2011). Using an ethical model to manage patient-soldier confidentiality when medical treatment for post traumatic stress disorder is refused. Online journal of health ethics, 7(2), https://doi.org/10.18785/ojhe.0702.08

This paper reviews the ethical tensions and the dual loyalty conflict between following military orders and professional codes of conduct. All competent patients have a right to refuse medical treatment. However, maintaining confidentiality is not an... Read More about Using an ethical model to manage patient-soldier confidentiality when medical treatment for post traumatic stress disorder is refused.