Elliott, L., Rome, A., Cameron, S., Currie, M., Pow, J. S. & Mackenzie-Baker, M. (2012). Study of the implmentation of a new community health nurse role in Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
In 2006 the Scottish Executive began a radical and far reaching Review of Nursing in the Community (RONIC). This review proposed the absorption of district nursing, health vis...
Pow, J. S. Assessing partnership working: Evidence from the National Sexual Health Demonstration Project. (Thesis)
Elliott, L., Henderson, M., Wight, D., Nixon, C., Claveirole, A., Raab, G., …Burtney, L. (2010). Evaluation of Healthy Respect phase two: final report
The Healthy Respect National Health Demonstration Project represented the Scottish Government’s response to the poor sexual health of young people It consisted of two phases a...
Gray Brunton, C., Carnegie, E., Pow, J., Whittaker, A. & Todorova, I. (2017, June). Qualitative, critical and discursive methodology for exploring ambivalence around the HPV vaccine amongst marginalised groups. Poster presented at Building trust, managing risk: vaccine confidence and Human Papillomavirus vaccination, London
Carnegie, E., Gray Brunton, C., Whittaker, A., Kennedy, C., Hogg, R., Harding, S., …Willis, D. (2016, August). Young men with intellectual disabilities, the HPV vaccine, and constructions of sexual health risk. Paper presented at The 30th joint European Health Psychology Society Conference/British Psychology Society Division of Health Psychology
Background: The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine was introduced internationally in order to provide a vaccine against common strands of the HPV virus which is implicated in...
Carnegie, E., Whittaker, A., Gray-Brunton, C., Kennedy, C., Hogg, R., Pow, J., …Hanif, N. (2016, April). The human papillomavirus and HPV vaccine: accounts from young people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic groups in Scotland aged 16-26 years. Paper presented at RCN International Nursing Research Conference 2016
Background: School nurses play important roles in delivering human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination programme in United Kingdom. International research indicates lower HPV vac...
Carnegie, E., Whittaker, A., Gray Brunton, C., Gullone, A., Pow, J., Petrova, D. & Garcia-Retamero, R. (2015, July). ‘I didn’t think men were affected’: Scottish and Spanish men’s constructions of risks, responsibilities and knowledge in relation to the HPV vaccine. Paper presented at 9th Biennial International Society of Critical Health Psychology Conference, Grahamstown, South Africa
European vaccine policy predominantly targets preadolescent girls prior to sexual debut in HPV vaccine campaigns. Boys and young men are currently excluded in such single-gend...
Adamson, E., Pow, J., Houston, F., & Redpath, P. (2017). Exploring the experiences of patients attending day hospitals in the rural Scotland: capturing the patient's voice. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 26(19-20), (3044-3055). ISSN 0962-1067
Aims and objectives
To understand the meaning of person-centred compassionate care for people attending day hospitals in rural Scotland.
Increasing numbers of older...
Carnegie, E., Whittaker, A., Gray Brunton, C., Hogg, R., Kennedy, C., Hilton, S., …Pow, J. (2017). Development of a cross-cultural HPV community engagement model within Scotland. Health Education Journal, 76(4), 398-410. doi:10.1177/0017896916685592
Objective To examine cultural barriers and participant solutions regarding acceptance and uptake of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine from the perspective of Black Africa...
Carnegie, E., Whittaker, A., Gray Brunton, C., Hanif, N., Harding, S., Hilton, S., …Pow, J. (2016). Cultural reflections on the Scottish HPV vaccination programme. European Journal of Public Health, 26(1 supp 1), doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckw169.049
The Scottish HPV vaccination programme serves young
women aged 11 to 18 years and reports consistently high
uptake rates, yet these figures may conceal levels of un...
Carnegie, E., Whittaker, A., Gray Brunton, C., Harding, S., Hilton, S., Hogg, R., …Willis, D. (2016). Young men with intellectual disabilities’ constructions of the human papillomavirus and vaccine. European Journal of Public Health, 26(suppl_1), ckw169.050. doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckw169.050
Scotland is one European country offering a national schoolbased
HPV vaccination programme to at least one age-cohort of females, however it does not include young men. A subs...
Pow, J. S., Elliott, L., Raeside, R., Themessl-Huber, M. & Claveirole, A. (2013). Partnership working and improved service delivery: views of staff providing sexual health services. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. 18, 132-137. doi:10.1177/1355819612473584. ISSN 1355-8196
Objectives Successful partnership working has theoretically been linked to improvements in service delivery and is dependent on the strength of the partnership, trust, communi...
Pow, J. S., Gayen, K., Elliott, L. & Raeside, R. (2012). Understanding complex interactions using social network analysis. Journal of clinical nursing. 21, 2772-2779. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2011.04036.x/pdf. ISSN 1365-2702
Aims and objectives. The aim of this paper is to raise the awareness of social network analysis as a method to facilitate research in nursing research.
Background. The applica...
Williams, B., Hoskins, G., Pow, J., Neville, R., Mukhopadhyay, S. & Coyle, J. (2010). Low exercise among children with asthma: A culture of over protection? A qualitative study of experiences and beliefs. British Journal of General Practice. 60(577), 319-326. doi:10.3399/bjgp10x515070. ISSN 0960-1643
Background Research shows that children are insufficiently active in most affluent societies. Although children with asthma may particularly benefit from physical activity, th...
Themessl-Huber, M., Claveirole, A., Pow, J. & Elliot, L. (2009). Limits, challenges and opportunities of safeguarding children in the context of Primary Care. In Safeguarding Children in Primary Care. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. ISBN 978-1843106524
Williams, B. & Pow, J. (2007). Gender differences and mental health: An exploratory study of knowledge and attitudes to mental health among Scottish teenagers. Child and adolescent mental health. 12(1), 8-12. doi:10.1111/j.1475-3588.2006.00413.x. ISSN 1475-3588
Method: A cross-sectional survey of 496 teenagers was conducted in order to explore their knowledge and attitude towards mental health and people with mental health problems....