Julie Ryden
Bournemouth University
Gender studiesPsychoanalysisNurse educationSociologyPsychologyHealth careSocial constructionismProject commissioningVulnerabilityQualitative researchEmpowermentStress (linguistics)Power (social and political)OppressionBalance (accounting)ContradictionClass sizeCompassionFeminismWasherPublic inquiryLesbianStudent learningProfessional cultureStaff satisfactionUndergraduate studentBottleExperiential learningPublic relationsPostmodernismMedical educationHuman sexualityPsychotherapistGerontologyDiscourse analysis
Publications 7
#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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#1Julie RydenH-Index: 3
Last. Del LoewenthalH-Index: 5
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#1Janet ScammellH-Index: 5
#2Ian DonaldsonH-Index: 3
Last. Lucy StainerH-Index: 2
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#1Mel HughesH-Index: 6
Last. Julie RydenH-Index: 3
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#1Vanessa HeaslipH-Index: 10
#2Karen CooperH-Index: 3
Last. Julie RydenH-Index: 3
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Vulnerability is a key quality that all health carers will encounter in the people they work with. Indeed to be a nurse, midwife or carer working with such individuals is to have a privileged role within society, a role which demands that we exercise that privilege with responsibility, care and compassion. Yet there have been a plethora of concerns raised about poor standards of care within the NHS (Francis 2009, 2010) leading to a national focus on the value base of health care professionals. N...
#1Vanessa HeaslipH-Index: 10
#2Julie RydenH-Index: 3
Notes on contributors viii 1 Introduction 1 Vanessa Heaslip and Julie Ryden 2 Understanding vulnerability 6 Vanessa Heaslip 3 Power, discrimination, and oppression 28 Julie Ryden and Chris Willetts 4 Processes of oppression 65 Julie Ryden 5 Professional culture and vulnerability 91 Karen Cooper and Janet Scammell 6 The social construction of vulnerability 111 Janet Scammell and Gill Calvin Thomas 7 Psychological perspectives of vulnerability 132 Nikki Glendening and Sid Carter 8 Psychosocial exp...
8 Citations
#1Julie Ryden (BU: Bournemouth University)H-Index: 3
#2Del Loewenthal (University of Surrey)H-Index: 5
This study explored the influence of therapist sexuality upon lesbian experiences of therapy, and particularly the influence of marginal and dominant discourses within the process. It is argued that explorations of discourses of sexuality should be a necessary feature of a psychotherapist's training. A postmodern feminist methodology — Bungay and Keddy's adaptation of Reinharz's experiential analysis — was used in the study. This method involved triangulation of interview, literature analysis an...
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