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Experiences of nurses involved in natural disaster relief: a meta‐synthesis of qualitative literature (2020)
Journal Article
Xue, C. L., Shu, Y. S., Xue, C., Shu, Y., Hayter, M., & Lee, A. (in press). Experiences of nurses involved in natural disaster relief: a meta‐synthesis of qualitative literature. Journal of clinical nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jocn.15476

Aim To explore nurses’ experiences in natural disaster response. Background Nurses are key to disaster response. There is a growing body of qualitative research exploring this emerging nursing issue. However, there is a need to synthesise and su... Read More about Experiences of nurses involved in natural disaster relief: a meta‐synthesis of qualitative literature.

Positive spiritual climate supports transformational leadership as means to reduce nursing burnout and intent to leave (2020)
Journal Article
Wu, X., Hayter, M., Lee, A. J., Yuan, Y., Li, S., Bi, Y., …Zhang, Y. (2020). Positive spiritual climate supports transformational leadership as means to reduce nursing burnout and intent to leave. Journal of nursing management, 28(4), 804-813. https://doi.org/10.1111/jonm.12994

Aim To explore the relationship between spiritual climate and transformational leadership, and examine their impact on nurses perceived emotional exhaustion and intentions to quit. Background Transformational leadership is known to have a signif... Read More about Positive spiritual climate supports transformational leadership as means to reduce nursing burnout and intent to leave.

Healthcare professionals must communicate with patients and relatives. They must enable informed, realistic and appropriate decisions in end-of-life pharmacotherapy (2019)
Journal Article
Lee, A. J. (2019). Healthcare professionals must communicate with patients and relatives. They must enable informed, realistic and appropriate decisions in end-of-life pharmacotherapy. Evidence-Based Nursing, ebnurs-2019-103179. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2019-103179

Commentary on: Morin L, Wastesson JW, Laroche ML, et al. How many older adults receive drugs of questionable clinical benefit near the end of life? A cohort study. Palliat Med 2019;33:1080– 90. doi: 10.1177/0269216319854013.

An (interpretative) phenomenological analysis of nursing professionals' experience of developing a transnational curriculum (2019)
Journal Article
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.

Gastroesophageal cancer patients need earlier palliative intervention - Using data to inform appropriate care (2019)
Journal Article
Lee, A., Khulusi, S., & Watson, R. (2019). Gastroesophageal cancer patients need earlier palliative intervention - Using data to inform appropriate care. European journal of oncology nursing, 40, 126-130. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejon.2019.04.004

Purpose To evaluate demographics of survival in patients with gastroesophageal cancer so that it informs nursing practice. Method Data on 2215 patients diagnosed with gastroesophageal cancer who presented to a specialist referral centre between the... Read More about Gastroesophageal cancer patients need earlier palliative intervention - Using data to inform appropriate care.

International study reveals aged patients with dementia frequently receive ‘inappropriate prescriptions’ (2019)
Journal Article
Lee, A. J. (2019). International study reveals aged patients with dementia frequently receive ‘inappropriate prescriptions’. Evidence-Based Nursing, 22(2), 50. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2018-102906

Commentary on: Renom-Guiteras A, Thürmann PA, Miralles R, et al. Potentially inappropriate medication among people with dementia in eight European countries. Age Ageing 2018;47:68–74.

Experiential learning of HIV self-test among student nurses: A qualitative study (2018)
Journal Article
Chiou, P., Chien, C., Lee, A., Hayter, M., & Ko, N. (2019). Experiential learning of HIV self-test among student nurses: A qualitative study. Nurse education today, 79, 111-116. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2018.11.012

Background There is increasing demand for HIV self-tests, and nurses play an important role in counselling and assisting in the testing process. Traditional lecture-based nursing education has not typically focused on self-testing procedures, and th... Read More about Experiential learning of HIV self-test among student nurses: A qualitative study.

Evaluating falls prevention strategies in community settings: marginal reduction on rate of falls with individual risk-based multifactorial interventions compared to ‘usual care’ (2018)
Journal Article
Lee, A., & Hayter, M. (2019). Evaluating falls prevention strategies in community settings: marginal reduction on rate of falls with individual risk-based multifactorial interventions compared to ‘usual care’. Evidence-Based Nursing, 22(1), 20-20. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2018-102995

Which interval is most crucial to presentation and survival in gastroesophageal cancer: a systematic review (2017)
Journal Article
Lee, A., Khulusi, S., & Watson, R. (2017). Which interval is most crucial to presentation and survival in gastroesophageal cancer: a systematic review. Journal of advanced nursing, 73(10), 2270-2282. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.13308

Aim: The aim of this study was to identify the most crucial interval to encourage earlier diagnosis in with gastroesophageal cancer and to identify potential factors effecting this interval. Background: Gastroesophageal malignancy is the eighth most... Read More about Which interval is most crucial to presentation and survival in gastroesophageal cancer: a systematic review.

An overview of stoma care in the residential setting (2016)
Journal Article
Cremen, J., & Lee, A. (2016). An overview of stoma care in the residential setting. Nursing and Residential Care, 18(11), 596-602. doi:10.12968/nrec.2016.18.11.596

Due to the increasing ageing population in the UK, along with improved clinical outcomes for diseases such as cancers and inflammatory bowel diseases, there will be a likely rise in the number of older people with a stoma in the near future. As a res... Read More about An overview of stoma care in the residential setting.