Sue Schutz
Oxford Brookes University
Nurse educationReflection (computer graphics)ReflexivityReflective practiceData collectionMental healthPublic healthSociologyPublishingPsychologyNursingSocial workIntensive care medicineQualitative researchPedagogyEvidence-based medicinePerceptionEthical dilemmaRespiratory diseaseCommunity of practiceTheme (narrative)COPDWitnessNursing processIdentity (social science)CasebookAction (philosophy)Heart failureLearning environmentRehabilitationResearch designMEDLINEIntegrated careTacit knowledgeEmpathyCredibilityClinical supervisionCINAHLSpecialist palliative careLung diseasePulmonary diseaseProfessional workClinical expertiseIntegrative literature reviewPalliative careCoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)Nursing homesOlder peopleObjectivity (science)CurriculumMedical educationNursing researchRespiratory systemEngineering ethicsRigourMedicineSocial psychology
Publications 9
#1Helen Ayres (Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust)
#2Olga Kozlowska (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 3
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This article describes and reflects upon ethical dilemmas encountered during the data collection phase of a doctoral study exploring the experiences of mental health nurses who have been assaulted ...
#1Lucy Speakman (Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 1
#2Dan Butcher (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 1
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The community respiratory nurse specialist (CRNS) supports patients at different stages of lung disease, witnessing the challenge of living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a progressive illness for which there is no cure. Breathlessness is the most prominent and debilitating symptom experienced; it is frightening, distressing and very difficult to manage. Little is known about the experience of CRNSs in witnessing the distress of patients, specifically those experiencing breat...
#1Julie Cooke (Oxford Brookes University)
#2Kathleen Greenway (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 3
Last. Sue Schutz (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 4
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Abstract Objectives This paper aims to investigate pre-registration nursing students' experiences and perceptions of their clinical placements in nursing homes in order to develop recommendations for nurse educators. Evidence indicates that nursing students do not view nursing home placements as favourably as acute hospital placements. Therefore, nurse educators are challenged to facilitate a change in students' perceptions towards working in the nursing home environment. Design An integrative l...
#1Helen Walthall (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 9
#2Christie Roberts (Oxford Brookes University)
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Background: Heart failure is highly prevalent with poor outcomes, yet only a small proportion of patients receive specialist palliative care services. Aim: To explore if a programme focusing on sup...
Using Casebook Ethnography, nine registered Adult Nurses were observed and interviewed to explore the ways in which they undertook their daily work and the place of reflection in that. The participants were employed in one of two units; a surgical breast care and an acute palliative care unit, both of which were in a large National Health Service trust hospital in central England. Data collection was illuminated by the researcher’s reflective journal. The data collected, rather than simply descr...
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List of Contributors vi Preface ix 1 An introduction to reflection 1 Chris Bulman 2 Developing skills for reflective practice 23 Sue Atkins and Sue Schutz 3 Writing to learn: writing reflectively 53 Sylvina Tate 4 Reflecting in groups 93 Bernadette Carter 5 An exploration of the student and mentor journey into reflective practice 121 Charlotte Maddison and Pam Sharp 6 Supervision for supervisors: icing on the cake or a basic ingredient for the development of clinical supervision in nursing? 150 ...
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: Reflection is an approach to the generation of understanding about practice that has become a largely accepted part of nursing education at both undergraduate and post-qualifying levels. It is also increasingly common now for healthcare professionals to use reflection in their practice communities as a part of their daily professional work. The literature is replete with accounts of the possible benefits to practitioners and clients of using reflection in practice, yet this amounts to a rather...
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#1Sue Schutz (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 4
#1Susan E Schutz (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 1
The increasing credibility of qualitative approaches for research in nursing has opened up new debates about methodology and rigour Traditionally, qualitative methods have been scrutinized using some criteria that are more pertinent for quantitative research The transition to a more subjective, reflexive approach to nursing research may be painful, but brings benefits With the loss of scientific rigour comes the gain of eliciting true meaning, by recreating the experiences of others through co-o...
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