Watt, S., Sharp, A., & Howson, F. (2013, May). Is peer tutoring a win / win situation?. Paper presented at International Clinical Skills Conference, Prato, Italy
Watt, S., & Sharp, A. (2013, May). Preparation of peer tutors for clinical skills teaching – what works?. Paper presented at International Clinical Skills Conference, Prato, Italy
Coull, A., & Sharp, A. (2018). Understanding leg ulceration associated with Intravenous drug use. Nursing Times, 114(6), 31-34
Clinicians are reporting a rise in numbers of people with leg ulceration and a history of injecting drug use. These tend to be younger people with little co-morbidity. The ulc...
Sharp, A. & Clark, J. (2010). Diabetes and its impact on wound healing. Nursing Standard. 25, 41-47. doi:10.7748/ns2011.07.25.45.41.c8626. ISSN 0029-6570
This article discusses the reasons why wounds in people with diabetes take longer to heal and are more susceptible to complications. The physiology of the wound healing proces...
Sharp, A. (2009). Beneficial effects of honey dressings in wound management. Nursing Standard, 24(7), 66-74. doi:10.7748/ns2009.10.24.7.66.c7331
Honey is enjoying a resurgence of popularity in wound care. There is evidence that it has beneficial action on several aspects of wound care; it has been shown to debride woun...
Sharp, A. (2003). Pressure ulcer grading tools: how reliable are they?. Journal of Wound Care, 13(2), (75-77). doi:10.12968/jowc.2004.13.2.26579. ISSN 0969-0700
Reports have indicated that 45\% of some hospital populations have a degree of tissue damage as a result of pressure. The reliability and validity of pressure ulcer risk asses...