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The Practising Midwife Blog 11 Jun 2024: Supporting Nursing and Midwifery Students: Restorative Supervision (2024)
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Walker, J., Jennison, L., & Lachanudis, L. (2024). The Practising Midwife Blog 11 Jun 2024: Supporting Nursing and Midwifery Students: Restorative Supervision. [blog post]

In the current climate of healthcare in the UK, the retention and support of nursing and midwifery professionals are critical concerns. The National Health Service (NHS) National Staff Survey (2023) highlighted alarming levels of burnout among midwiv... Read More about The Practising Midwife Blog 11 Jun 2024: Supporting Nursing and Midwifery Students: Restorative Supervision.

ViPER - Introducing a service to deliver restorative supervision for nursing students, to improve retention and raise the quality of student experiences. (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Jennison, L., Walker, J., Credland, N., Dixon, P., & Dunn, R. (2024, April). ViPER - Introducing a service to deliver restorative supervision for nursing students, to improve retention and raise the quality of student experiences. Paper presented at RCN Education Forum National Conference and Exhibition 2024: Future Insights: Enabling professional practice in health and social care nursing education, York

Abstract ID 239: Introduction: Restorative Supervision (RS) is increasingly being delivered to post qualified healthcare staff, via the growth of the PNA role (NHS England,2023). The benefits of delivering this to pre-registration students in educa... Read More about ViPER - Introducing a service to deliver restorative supervision for nursing students, to improve retention and raise the quality of student experiences..

Can restorative supervision positively impact the emotional wellbeing of HEI lecturers in healthcare? (2024)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Jennison, L., Credland, N., & Walker, J. (2024, April). Can restorative supervision positively impact the emotional wellbeing of HEI lecturers in healthcare?. Paper presented at ANTF Symposium 2024: Association of National Teaching Fellows; Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence Network, Nottingham

Staff wellbeing is crucial to providing a high standard of education for students. Restorative Supervision has been shown to have positive impacts on staff wellbeing including feeling 'valued', reductions in stress and burnout, increased job satisfac... Read More about Can restorative supervision positively impact the emotional wellbeing of HEI lecturers in healthcare?.

HVs’ role in providing alcohol advice to women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy (2024)
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Walker, J., Smith, L., Hilton, A., Alfred, L., Scholin, L., & Ahankari, A. (2024). HVs’ role in providing alcohol advice to women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy

Opening paragraph: Pregnancy is a transformative period in a woman’s life and an important time to lay strong foundations for infant health and wellbeing that can last a lifetime. The health and wellbeing of the mother, her unborn baby and wider fam... Read More about HVs’ role in providing alcohol advice to women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy.

4Bii. Improving undergraduate student attrition and experience  through an innovative  Restorative Supervision project. (2023)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
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..

Professional Nurse Advocate A-EQUIP model: a model of clinical supervision for nurses. Version 2, September 2023 (2023)
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(2023). Professional Nurse Advocate A-EQUIP model: a model of clinical supervision for nurses. Version 2, September 2023. NHS England

Summary: Professional nursing leadership and clinical supervision are essential in enabling nurses to continuously improve the care they provide to patients and their families, as well as to protect their own and their colleagues’ health and wellb... Read More about Professional Nurse Advocate A-EQUIP model: a model of clinical supervision for nurses. Version 2, September 2023.

Principles of the Professional Nurse Advocate and A-EQUIP Model to Improve Health Visitors’ Wellbeing (2023)
Journal Article
Jennison, L., & Walker, J. (2023). Principles of the Professional Nurse Advocate and A-EQUIP Model to Improve Health Visitors’ Wellbeing. Journal of Health Visiting, 11(5), 196-202. https://doi.org/10.12968/johv.2023.11.5.196

This review explores the current literature and the complex challenges faced by the health visiting workforce. The A-EQUIP model and the implementation of the professional nurse advocate role for nurses is investigated.

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)
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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.

Prevention of alcohol related harm though preconception care: A scoping review of barriers and enablers (2022)
Journal Article
Smith, L., Hilton, A., Walker, J., Alfred, L., Ahankari, A., & Schölin, L. (2022). Prevention of alcohol related harm though preconception care: A scoping review of barriers and enablers. Dialogues in Health, 1, Article 100040. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dialog.2022.100040

Objective: To understand the perspectives of healthcare practitioners and women of reproductive age regarding addressing prevention of an alcohol exposed pregnancy before conception. Methods: A scoping review of mixed methods, qualitative and quantit... Read More about Prevention of alcohol related harm though preconception care: A scoping review of barriers and enablers.

Holderness Integrated Care Centre (HICC) Virtual Frailty Model Pilot Evaluation, Final Report (May 2021)
Report
Walker, J., & Spencer Grey, S. Holderness Integrated Care Centre (HICC) Virtual Frailty Model Pilot Evaluation, Final Report (May 2021). Holderness Integrated Care Centre (HICC)

This independent evaluation has been commissioned by Holderness Health Integrated Care Centre (HICC) partners and is joint funded by the University of Hull, Faculty of Health Science together with a grant from the East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Co... Read More about Holderness Integrated Care Centre (HICC) Virtual Frailty Model Pilot Evaluation, Final Report (May 2021).

Holderness Integrated Care Centre (HICC) Virtual Frailty Model Pilot Evaluation, Interim Report (March 2021)
Report
Walker, J., & Spencer Grey, S. Holderness Integrated Care Centre (HICC) Virtual Frailty Model Pilot Evaluation, Interim Report (March 2021). Holderness Integrated Care Centre (HICC)

This independent evaluation has been commissioned by Holderness Health Integrated Care Centre (HICC) partners and is joint funded by the University of Hull, Faculty of Health Science together with a grant from the East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Co... Read More about Holderness Integrated Care Centre (HICC) Virtual Frailty Model Pilot Evaluation, Interim Report (March 2021).