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Epidemiology of emergency ambulance service calls related to mental health problems and self harm: a national record linkage study.

Journal Article
Duncan, E., Best, C., Dougall, N., Skar, S., Evans, J., Corfield, A., …Wojcik, W. (2019)
Epidemiology of emergency ambulance service calls related to mental health problems and self harm: a national record linkage study. Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine, 27(34), https://doi.org/10.1186/s13049-019-0611-9
Background: People experiencing a mental health crisis receive variable and poorer quality care than those experiencing a physical health crisis. Little is known about the epi...

Suicide Risk Assessment in the Emergency Department: An Investigation of Current Practice in Scotland

Journal Article
McClatchey, K., Murray, J., Chouliara, Z., Rowat, A., & Hauge, S. R. (2019)
Suicide Risk Assessment in the Emergency Department: An Investigation of Current Practice in Scotland. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 73(4), https://doi.org/10.1111/ijcp.13342
Background Suicide is a global public health issue. Approximately one third of individuals who complete suicide have attended an emergency department in the year preceding the...

Proactive community support tailored to holistic needs: A cohort study

Journal Article
Snowden, A., Savinc, J., & Young, J. (2018)
Proactive community support tailored to holistic needs: A cohort study. Cancer Medicine, https://doi.org/10.1002/cam4.1709
Background: It is increasingly internationally recognised that a cancer diagnosis impacts on people practically and financially as well as physically and psychologically. It ...

Intricacies of Professional Learning in Health Care: The Case of Supporting Self-management in Paediatric Diabetes

Book Chapter
Doyle, S. (2018)
Intricacies of Professional Learning in Health Care: The Case of Supporting Self-management in Paediatric Diabetes. In D. Kember, & M. Corbett (Eds.), Structuring the Thesis, (339-347). Singapore: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-0511-5_34
What is an appropriate structure for reporting a sociomaterial study of healthcare professional learning, when drawing from Karen Barad’s agential realist framework?

Recovery, Rights and Social Inclusion

Book Chapter
McIntosh, G. (2018)
Recovery, Rights and Social Inclusion. In I. Norman, & I. Ryrie (Eds.), The Art and Science of Mental Health Nursing(4th). London: Open University Press
This book chapter will explore the meaning of recovery in relation to rights, social inclusion and stigma. The development and evaluation of recovery principles in mental heal...

Negotiating boundaries of care: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the relational conflicts surrounding home mechanical ventilation following traumatic spinal cord injury

Journal Article
Dickson, A., Karatzias, T., Gullone, A., Grandison, G., Allan, D., Park, J., & Flowers, P. (2018)
Negotiating boundaries of care: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of the relational conflicts surrounding home mechanical ventilation following traumatic spinal cord injury. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 6(1), 120-135. https://doi.org/10.1080/21642850.2018.1462708
Objectives: The aim of this study is to explore the phenomena of mechanical ventilation following traumatic spinal cord injury from three simultaneous perspectives; patients w...

Systematic Review and Narrative Summary: Treatments for and Risk Factors Associated with Respiratory Tract Secretions (Death Rattle) in the Dying Adult

Journal Article
Kolb, H., Snowden, A., & Stevens, E. (2018)
Systematic Review and Narrative Summary: Treatments for and Risk Factors Associated with Respiratory Tract Secretions (Death Rattle) in the Dying Adult. Journal of Advanced Nursing, https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.13557
Aim To identify effective treatments and risk factors associated with death rattle in adults at the end of life. Background The presence of noisy, pooled respiratory tract sec...

Counselling for patients and families after intensive care: a feasibility study and mixed methods evaluation

Presentation / Conference
Ramsay, P., Kydonaki, C., Jailobaeva, K., McQuillan, L., & Walsh, T. (2018, March)
Counselling for patients and families after intensive care: a feasibility study and mixed methods evaluation. Presented at NHS Lothian NMAHP Conference, 2018, NHS Lothian
No abstract available.

The Patient Centred Assessment Method for improving nurse-led biopsychosocial assessment of patients with long-term conditions: a feasibility RCT

Journal Article
Maxwell, M., Hibberd, C., Aitchison, P., Calveley, E., Pratt, R., Dougall, N., …Cameron, I. (2018)
The Patient Centred Assessment Method for improving nurse-led biopsychosocial assessment of patients with long-term conditions: a feasibility RCT. Health Services and Delivery Research, 6(4), 1-120. https://doi.org/10.3310/hsdr06040
Background Annual reviews of people living with long-term conditions (LTCs) are mostly conducted by practice nurses (PNs), who focus on the physical needs of patients. The bro...

Mental health nurses' experiences of managing work-related emotions through supervision

Journal Article
MacLaren, J., Stenhouse, R., & Ritchie, D. (2016)
Mental health nurses' experiences of managing work-related emotions through supervision. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 72(10), 2423-2434. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.12995
Aim The aim of this study was to explore emotion cultures constructed in supervision and consider how supervision functions as an emotionally safe space promoting critical ref...