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Click Here - Ashby, S., Beech, R. (2009) Experiences of older people across the interface between primary and secondary care. BSG Conference 2009 Bristol.
Click Here - Ashby, S., Maslin-Prothero, S. (2012) The experiences and perceptions of older people in health crisis: an exploratory case study. International Congress on Innovations in Nursing, Perth, Australia, November 2012.
Click Here - Ashby, S.M.Shaw, J., Smithies, L. (2013) The changing face of user and carer engagement in healthcare education rhetoric or reality? Royal college of Nursing Education Forum International Conference, Glasgow 7-9th June 2013
Click Here - Ashby, S., Snape, J., Walker, J., Brandreth, M. (2008) Older Peoples Services, I’ll tell you what I want, what I really, really want. Royal College of Nursing International Conference Liverpool, April 08.
Click Here - Ashby, S., Rout, A., Maslin-Prothero, S. (2006) Involving Clients and their Carers as Equal Partners on a Project Using Electronic Communication'. INVOLVE Conference, September 2006.
Click Here - Ashby, S., Rout, A., Maslin-Prothero, S. (2006) Involving Clients and their Carers as Equal Partners on a Project Using Electronic Communication'. 3rd International Conference of Healthy Ageing and Longevity Melbourne, Australia October 2006.
Click Here - Dickenson, A., Ashby, S., Henderson, C., Beech, R., Cove, J., Knapp, M. (2008) Patient Journeys: How can they be used to illuminate the impact of changes on service delivery on the health and social care experiences of older people?. The 37th Annual Conference of the British Society of Gerontology University of the West of England, Bristol and the University of Bristol 4th-6th September 2008.
Click Here - Smithies, L., (2014) Addressing attitudes of pre registration mental health nurses towards people with Personality disorder (PD): evaluation of an educational programme. University of Warwick. 2014
Please use the Library Facilities to access or check the availability of the following publication resources:
Ashby, S. (2013). Patients always know best. Nursing Standard 28 (4) 71.
Ashby SM, Maslin-Prothero SE, Rout AC. (2007). Involving service users and their carers as equal partners in a project using electronic communication. Ann N Y Acad Sci (vol. 1114, pp. 362-368).
Carr ME, Thwaites CEA, Carr AJ, Hughes RA. (2001). The patient's priorities: goal setting for patients with RA in the rheumatology outpatient clinic. Rheumatology (vol. 40, 150-151). Oxford University Press.
Gibbs M and Read SC. (2010). Involving people with intellectual disabilities in research: Participation and emancipation. In Healthcare research: A handbook for students and practitioners. Roberts PM and Priest HM (Eds.). Wiley.
Gibbs M, Priest H, Read SC. (2010). Experiences of family carers of people with intellectual disabilities and a diagnosed mental health condition. In Contemporary Issues in Intellectual Disabilities. Prasher VP (Ed.).Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Gibbs M and Priest H. (2010). Exploring the physical health needs of people with learning disabilities: facilitation student engagement in learning, using Kolb's experiential learning cycle. Nurse Educ Pract, (10(3), 115-118.)
Green J (2013) Review of patients’ experiences with fungating wounds and associated quality of life. Journal of Wound Care, (vol. 22, 265-275)
Green J, Jester R, McKinley R, Pooler A. (2013). Patient perspectives of their leg ulcer journey. Journal of Wound Care, (58-66).
Henderson C, Sheaff R, Wistow G, Dickinson A, Windle K, Beech R, Ashby SM, Knapp M. (2011)Unplanned admissions of older people: the impact of governance.
Read SC, Gibbs M, Priest H. (2008). Experiences of family carers of people with intellectual disabilities and a mental health condition. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 52, 715. Wiley-Blackwell.
Ryan S, Lillie K, Thwaites C, Adams J. (2013). 'What I want clinicians to know' - experiences of people with arthritis. British Journal of Nursing, (vol. 22(14), 808-812.)
Sheaff R, Windle K, Wistow G, Ashby S, Beech R, Dickinson A, Henderson C, Knapp M. (2014). Reducing emergency bed-days for older people? Network governance lessons from the 'Improving the Future for Older People' programme. Social Science and Medicine (106, 59-66.)
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