Webster, B. & McCormack, B. (2014, June). Professionalism and regulation - what is the future for health care practitioners. Presented at Health Care Regulators in Scotland, Merchant Hall, Edinburgh
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Duncan, F., Watson, S. & Ramdhony, A. (2014, June). Exploring reflection as a multi-dimensional construct: implications for HRD theory and practice. Paper presented at 15th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice across Europe, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
This conceptual paper seeks to explore the concepts of reflection and reflective practice to develop a critical understanding of the process and its multiple dimensions and th...
Atton, C. Alternative media and professional journalism: separatism or supplementarity?
Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
As professionalism within surfing has attracted increasing sponsorship money, conditioning and decreased injury risk is of a high priority to the individual surfer. The project will endeavour to look...
Edinburgh's festivals have traditionally been world renowned for their eclecticism. As their number grew and reach widened the coordination of the festivals became a complex and demanding organisation...
The Employment Research Institute worked on this project to identify how the NHS could improve recruitment and retention through the development of work-life balance practices, achieving equality of a...
Atton, C. Alternative media and professional journalism. Presented at Trust, Truth and Performance: Diverse Journalisms in the 21st Century, Groningen
McEwan, T. Playing the game: HCI careers in the competency era. Paper presented at HCI Educators 2009, Swindon
This paper summarises the increasing formalization of HCI-related job-roles in competency frameworks (such as the UK’s Skills Framework for the Information Age – SFIA), and th...
Webster, B. (2013, November). Professionalism - is it sustainable. Presented at Scottish Collaboration for the Enhancement of Pre-registrationNursing Conference, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh
Lindsay, C. F. (2016). Lean in Healthcare: An Evaluation of Lean Implementation in NHS Lothian. (Thesis)
The overarching aim of this thesis is to critically evaluate the implementation of Lean in NHS Lothian, a National Health Service (NHS) Health Board in Scotland. Against chall...
Smith, S. (2011). Professionalism in nursing, midwifery and the allied health professions in Scotland: a report to the Coordinating Council for the NMAHP Contribution to the Healthcare Quality Strategy for NHSScotland. Edinburgh: Coordinating Council for the NMAHP; Scottish Government
The report seeks to explore the complex issue of professionalism and is focused primarily, but not exclusively, on the Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals workf...
Carpenter, M. I. Towards a new understanding of organizational culture in the UK voluntary sector: a case-study of faith-based organisations in Scotland. (Thesis)
The researcher holds 13 years employment experience within a major UK voluntary organisation (The Salvation Army) and seeks to explore voluntary sector cultural characteristic...