Waugh, A. (2014). Development of values-based person specification for recruitment and election of compassionate nursing and midwifery students
Waugh, A., Smith, D. & Horsburgh, D. (2012). Values-based attributes and key skills for nursing and midwifery candidates: the perceptions of registered and unregistered nurses and midwives
Waugh, A., Smith, D. & Horsburgh, D. (2013). Desirable values-based attributes and key skills of candidates: Perceptions of registered and unregistered nurses and midwives
Waugh, A. (2013). Invited lecture visit to Jakarta, Indonesia
Adamson, E., Dewar, B., Donaldson, J. H., Gentleman, M., Gray, M., Horsburgh, D., …Waugh, A. (2012). Leadership in compassionate care: Conference Handbook
The objectives of this conference are to:
•Develop a creative forum that stimulates dialogue and learning about compassionate caring in the complex multidisciplinary world of...
Waugh, A., Smith, D., Horsburgh, D. & Gray, M. (2013). Towards a values-based person specification for recruitment of compassionate nursing and midwifery candidates: A study of registered and student nurses' and midwives' perceptions of prerequisite attributes and key skills. Nurse Education Today. 34, 1190-1195. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2013.12.009. ISSN 0260-6917
Selection and retention of preregistration nursing and midwifery students are issues that exercise educators, universities and commissioning bodies both nationally an...
Waugh, A., Petrie, G., MacKinnon, F., McLuckie, C. & Gentleman, M. Enabling prospective nursing and midwifery students to demonstrate their compassionate and caring attributes during the recruitment and selection process.. Poster presented at Inaugural Conference on Compassionate Care, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)
Waugh, A. Student's perception of compassionate care stories: evaluation of podcasts and digital stories in promoting discussion and reflection about nursing practice.. Paper presented at 5th International Nurse Education Conference (NETNEP), Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands. (Unpublished)
Waugh, A. Student's perception of compassionate care stories: evaluation of digital stories in facilitating reflection and discussion.. Paper presented at 18th Conference of East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars(EAFONS): Integrating sciences and humanities in doctoral nursing education, Taipei, Taiwan. (Unpublished)
Over the last decade or so, healthcare policy has focused increasingly on making personcentred
values including, treating people with dignity, respect and compassing e...
Waugh, A., Barrie, K. & McPartlin, A. Using compassionate care stories in the curriculum: sharing students experiences.. Paper presented at Second International Conference on Compassionate Care, Edinburgh, Scotland. (Unpublished)
Adamson, E., Waugh, A., Pollock, C. & Dewar, B. Personal narratives available as podcasts: a resource for nurse education?. Paper presented at Inaugural International Conference on Compassionate Care, Edinburgh Napier University, Cariglockhart Campus, Edinburgh. (Unpublished)
Adamson, E., Dewar, B., Donaldson, J. H., Gentleman, M., Gray, M., Horsburgh, D., …Waugh, A. (2011). Leadership in compassionate care programme: final report. Edinburgh, Scotland: NHS Lothian/ Edinburgh Napier University
The Leadership in Compassionate Care programme is a collaborative venture between Edinburgh Napier University and NHS Lothian and is supported by a generous benefactor. The ai...