Anneyce Knight
Bournemouth University
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Publications 27
#1Teresa Burdett (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 2
#2Anneyce Knight (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 4
#1Anneyce KnightH-Index: 4
#2Teresa Burdett (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 2
#1Anne Mills (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 4
#2Julie Ryden (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 3
Last. Anneyce Knight (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 4
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Background: Accounts of stress are common among students on nursing programmes. Prolonged high levels of stress can contribute to poor learning, the development of detrimental health behaviours, at...
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#1Carol Hall (University of Nottingham)H-Index: 12
#2Sheila Cunningham (Middlesex University)H-Index: 4
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There is consensus that there are shared contemporary issues within nursing and nurse education that require collective consideration and, on occasion, shared solutions. Nonetheless, in the complex world in which we live, taking time to reflect on our work can become lost in the need to meet many competing demands. A conference can be expensive and time consuming, and as time pressures and deadlines loom risk becoming a short trip to present a paper rather than fuller engagement. With this in mi...
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#1Anneyce Knight (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 4
This article presents a snapshot of my experience of being a nurse who became a service user with breast cancer. It begins by outlining the Humanization of Healthcare Framework (Todres et al, 2009), which is a values-based context that can be used to underpin daily care. Generic applications for each of the dimensions of the framework are suggested. This framework is then used to contextualise my experience of receiving my diagnosis and the ensuing chemotherapy. Using examples from my personal n...
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This article outlines a historical and theoretical framework that traces the historical and discursive emergence of the concept of wellbeing as a consequence of the decline of traditional capitalism and modernity and the subsequent shift to a late modern capitalist economy. On the structural level, this shift precipitates a new type of consumption that not only characterises the productive and physical capacity of the economy and products, but cascades into the social construction of multiple di...
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#1Andrea PokornáH-Index: 7
#2Lada CetlováH-Index: 2
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#1Andrea Pokorná (Masaryk University)H-Index: 7
#2Anneyce KnightH-Index: 4
Background: Within nursing, Emotional intelligence (EI) means the ability of nurses or nursing students to understand not only their own feelings and reactions, but also, and more importantly, the feelings and reactions of the patients in their care. EI plays an important part in forming successful human relationships as a part of emotional labour. Emotional labour is important in establishing therapeutic nurse–patient relationships but carries the risk of ‘burnout’ if prolonged or intense. Obje...
This case study looks at the two-year, full-time-equivalent foundation degree (science) in health and social care (FdScH&SC), initially developed in partnership between University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and Southampton Solent University, Hampshire, UK. The aim of this collaborative initiative is to develop healthcare support workers to gain and apply the required knowledge, skills, values and behaviours to care for patients/families/other service users and relatives in complex...