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"It's Just the Abuse that Needs to Stop": Professional Framing of Sibling Relationships in a Grounded Theory Study of Social Worker Decision Making Following Sibling Sexual Behavior

Journal Article
Yates, P. (in press)
"It's Just the Abuse that Needs to Stop": Professional Framing of Sibling Relationships in a Grounded Theory Study of Social Worker Decision Making Following Sibling Sexual Behavior. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, https://doi.org/10.1080/10538712.2019.1692399
Sibling abuse is a global problem, arguably the most prevalent form of family violence, and as harmful as other familial abuse. There is evidence internationally that sibling ...

Pre-birth child protection

Report
Critchley, A. (2018)
Pre-birth child protection. Glasgow: Iriss
Key points Pre-birth involvement forms a small but increasing part of child protection work in Scotland Social workers have the task of protecting the unborn baby from curre...

Substance use communication between looked after young people and formal carers: A qualitative study

Thesis
Carver, H. Substance use communication between looked after young people and formal carers: A qualitative study. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/978712
Background: Good parent-child connectedness, general and substance use specific communication are protective against alcohol, tobacco and drug use during adolescence. Previous...

The tension between person centred and task focused care in an acute surgical setting: A critical ethnography

Journal Article
Sharp, S., Mcallister, M., & Broadbent, M. (2017)
The tension between person centred and task focused care in an acute surgical setting: A critical ethnography. Collegian, 25(1), 11-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.colegn.2017.02.002
Problem: Person centred care is a key indicator of quality care and a policy direction in many hospitals yet some patients experience care that falls short of this standard. B...

"Horses for Courses" Comment on "Translating Evidence Into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?"

Journal Article
Wilkinson, J. E., & Frost, H. (2015)
"Horses for Courses" Comment on "Translating Evidence Into Healthcare Policy and Practice: Single Versus Multi-Faceted Implementation Strategies – Is There a Simple Answer to a Complex Question?". International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 4(10), 685-686
This commentary considers the vexed question of whether or not we should be spending time and resources on using multifaceted interventions to undertake implementation of evid...

How UK internet websites portray breast milk expression and breast pumps: a qualitative study of internet content

Presentation / Conference
McInnes, R., Arbuckle, A. & Hoddinott, P. (2015, June)
How UK internet websites portray breast milk expression and breast pumps: a qualitative study of internet content. Presented at Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit (MAINN) Conference 2015: Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Bio-Cultural Perspectives, Grange over Sands, Cumbria, England, UK. (Unpublished)
How UK internet websites portray breast milk expression and breast pumps: a qualitative study of internet content

Construction of a linked health and social care database resource – lessons on process, content and culture

Journal Article
Witham, M. D., Frost, H., McMurdo, M., Donnan, P. T., & McGilchrist, M. (2015)
Construction of a linked health and social care database resource – lessons on process, content and culture. Informatics for Health and Social Care, 40(3), 229-239. https://doi.org/10.3109/17538157.2014.892491
Background: Combining routinely collected health and social care data on older people is essential to advance both service delivery and research for this client group. Little ...

Significant others, situations and infant feeding behaviour change processes: a serial qualitative interview study

Presentation / Conference
McInnes, R., Hoddinott, P., Britten, J., Darwent, K. & Craig, L. (2013, June)
Significant others, situations and infant feeding behaviour change processes: a serial qualitative interview study. Presented at Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Nurture Unit (MAINN) Conference 2013: Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Bio-Cultural Perspectives, Grange over Sands, Cumbria, England, UK. (Unpublished)
Significant others, situations and infant feeding behaviour change processes: a serial qualitative interview study

Significant others, situations and their influences on infant feeding. Secondary analysis of data from: A prospective study exploring the early infant feeding experiences of parents and their significant others during the first 6 months of life: what would make a difference?

Report
Hoddinott, P., Britten, J., McInnes, R., Craig, L. & Darwent, K. (2013)
Significant others, situations and their influences on infant feeding. Secondary analysis of data from: A prospective study exploring the early infant feeding experiences of parents and their significant others during the first 6 months of life: what would make a difference?. Scotland: NHS Scotland
This study examines the range of influences on infant feeding behaviour from late pregnancy until six months after birth, which lead parents to introduce formula or solids, or...

Sustaining breastfeeding

Presentation / Conference
McInnes, R. (2012, October)
Sustaining breastfeeding. Presented at Royal College of Midwives Annual Conference, Brighton. (Unpublished)
Sustaining breastfeeding