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Snowden, A. & Young, J. (2016). Evaluation of Improving Cancer Journeys. Glasgow: Macmillan Cancer Support UK
First report of five year evaluation.
Snowden, A. & Young, J. (2015). Evaluation of Glasgow: Improving the Cancer journey programme. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow City Council; Macmillan Cancer Support
This is the first report from a five-year evaluation of Glasgow’s ‘Improving the Cancer Journey’ programme. Improving the Cancer Journey (hereafter referred to as ICJ) was lau...
Lewitt, M. S., Snowden, A. & Sheward, L. (2014). Developing and sustaining a culture of innovation in Health Higher Education literature review. Scotland: Higher Education Academy/ Council of Deans
This literature review set out to review the recent literature on cultures of innovation and summarise how they are developed, sustained and extended, including the associated...
Chief Scientists Office
This study concerns the impact of a diagnosis of mental illness on young people and their families. One in ten adolescents suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder and there is increasing awareness t...
The Scottish Association for Mental Health
MacMillan Cancer Support
People living with and beyond cancer are vulnerable to a number of physical, functional and psychological issues. Undertaking a holistic needs assessment (HNA) is one way to support a structured discu...
Snowden, A. & White, C. (2013). Assessment and care planning for cancer survivors: a concise evidence review. London, UK: Macmillan Cancer
This concise review examines the evidence for Holistic Needs Assessment
(HNA) in cancer survivors. It takes a structured approach by categorising
levels of evidence pertaining...
Siddiqui, M., Allison, A., Snowden, A. & Fleming, M. (2013). Faith and belief in Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
The nature of Scottish society is changing. Scotland is becoming more ethnically and religiously diverse. Within
an equalities framework, consideration must be given to
Snowden, A. & MacArthur, E. (2012). Validation of the NHS Scotland Employee Engagement Index. Edinburgh, Scotland: NHS SCotland
Using a novel combination of Rasch and factor analysis showed the index to a) measure the latent trait of employee engagement and b) be constructed from the four factors under...
Snowden, A., Telfer, I. & Kelly, E. (2011). Healthcare chaplaincy: the Lothian Chaplaincy Patient Reported Outcome Measure (PROM). Edinburgh, Scotland: NHS Lothian/ Snowden&Snowden Research
Snowden, A. (2010). Akinsaya abstract: the construction of competence in mental health nurse prescribing.
Snowden, A. The construction of competence in mental health nurse prescribing. (Thesis). University of the West of Scotland. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/9184
Snowden, A., & Young, J. (2018, September). Holistic Needs Assessment: Changing Consultation Dynamics to Support Patient Self-management. Presented at 16th International Conference on Communication in Healthcare
Holistic needs assessment (HNA) helps patients articulate their wider needs during consultation. The study objective was to establish how HNA changes consultation d...
Snowden, A., White, C. A., & Christie, Z. (2015, December). Distress management in cancer. Paper presented at BPOS 2010 Annual Conference: Cancer Relationships with Others, Chester, UK
Snowden, A. (2015, April). The art of maintaining creativity in a risk averse culture. Paper presented at RCN International Nursing Research Conference, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Soflano, M., Snowden, A., & Connolly, T. M. (2014, November). The Visualisation of Rasch Model Analysis. Paper presented at European Conference in the Applications of Enabling Technologies, Glasgow, Scotland
Snowden, A. (2014, November). Ethics or Creativity? The art of doing the right thing. Paper presented at 3rd Horatio European Festival of Psychiatric Nursing, Malta
Snowden, A., Reilly, L., & MacArthur, E. (2014, April). Combining Factor and Rasch Analysis in Validating the NHS Scotland Employee Engagement Index. Paper presented at RCN 2014 Annual International Nursing Research Conference, Glasgow, Scotland
The evaluation proposed here is necessarily flexible to support the programme’s evolution. The overall aim is to provide the programme with the most valid and robust practical evidence in a timely and...
The PhD project will explore the relat...
A complex and contested concept, dignity is recognised as a significant factor in a person’s experience ...