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Lloyd, A. (2017). The Scottish Approach: A case study of the Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Strategy. The Scottish Government
This report sets out the findings from a series of interviews with partner organisations involved in the design and delivery of Scotland’s first national Out-of-Hospital Cardi...
Lloyd, A., Black, P., & Clegg, G. (2018, October). 1000 hours of observing nurses: Towards a theory of nursing leadership during emergency department resuscitation. Presented at 3rd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing and Trauma Care
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Lloyd, A. (2016, September). 24 hours in A&E: A video analysis of nurses’ clinical and non-clinical task performance during live clinical resuscitation episodes. Presented at 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing & Trauma Care, Spain
Lloyd, A. (2016, September). ‘It’s a silent leadership’: An interview and questionnaire study investigating staff conceptualisations of leadership during emergency department resuscitation. Presented at 2nd Global Conference on Emergency Nursing & Trauma Care
Lloyd, A., & Clegg, G. (2016). From leader to leadership in emergency care. Nursing Times, 112(41-42), 10-12
Historically, leadership research has focused on the qualities of people in formal leadership positions, not the processes of leadership itself. However, leader-centric approa...
Lowe, D. J., James, S. A., Lloyd, A., & Clegg, G. R. (2016). Feasibility of EEG to monitor cognitive performance during venous cannulation: EEG Distracted Intravenous Access (E-DIVA). BMJ Simulation && Technology Enhanced Learning, 2(3), 68-72. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjstel-2015-000082
Background The feasibility study aims to evaluate the use of EEG in measuring workload during a simulated intravenous cannulation task. Cognitive workload is strongly linked t...
Lloyd, A., Clegg, G., & Crouch, R. (2015). Dynamic nurse leadership in high-pressure situations. Emergency Nurse, 23(3), 24-25. doi:10.7748/en.23.3.24.e1409
Traditionally, healthcare professionals have been expected to acquire technical skills while minimal attention has been paid to the non-technical skills (NTS) they require to ...