Kathleen Greenway
Oxford Brookes University
Nurse educationEngineeringEvidence-based practicePsychologyRelevance (law)NursingSocial workSurvey researchPolitical sciencePhysical therapyPedagogyEmergency medicineEvidence-based medicineAlternative medicinePerspective (graphical)EmpowermentPerceptionTheoretical definitionPhraseIntramuscular injectionValue (ethics)Nursing literatureLearning environmentDignityFamily supportSupervisorMEDLINEClinical PracticeStudy abroadPortfolioCINAHLNursing practiceIntegrative literature reviewPersonal careClinical judgementNursing homesOlder peopleFamily nursingComputer scienceProcess (engineering)CurriculumConcept learningManagement scienceMedical emergencyReading (process)Engineering ethicsUploadMedicineFormal concept analysisCognitive dissonance
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#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...
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#1Kathleen Greenway (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 3
#2Graham Butt (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 14
Last. Helen Walthall (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 9
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Abstract In nursing literature, the phrase ‘theory-practice gap’ is widely used without common definition or description of its underlying concept. This review paper presents a concept analysis using Rodgers (2000) evolutionary process to define and clarify the concept of the theory-practice gap as part of a doctoral study. In so doing it provides a deeper understanding of the concept to enable its consistent application within nurse education. A theoretical definition is developed, the data sea...
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#1Helen Aveyard (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 14
#2Kathleen GreenwayH-Index: 3
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Rationale and key points This article provides nurses with information about how to care for a patient after death, and support their family and loved ones in the community setting. ▶ Care after death involves supporting the family and significant others, and providing personal care to the patient. ▶ It is important to ensure privacy, dignity and respect of the deceased and to recognise this is a sensitive and difficult time for families. ▶ Staff undertaking care after death should be offered su...
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When I was a doctoral student, I recognized a transformation in both perception and experience, from doctoral journey as compliance and imposition to doctoral journey as empowerment. It enabled me to clarify my values and understand how these are lived in practice, as an educatorresearcher-writer. ‘Creating space’ emerged as a founding principle that connected these different roles and provided congruence between them. In becoming a doctorate supervisor myself, my concern was how to offer ‘creat...
Aims and objectives To consider to what extent intramuscular injection technique can be described to remain entrenched in ritualistic practice and how evidence-based practice should be considered and applied to the nursing practice of this essential skill. Background The notion of rituals within nursing and the value or futile impact they afford to this essential nursing skill will be critically reviewed. Design Discursive paper. Method Literature review from 2002–2013 to review the current posi...
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#1Kathleen Greenway (Oxford Brookes University)H-Index: 3
The administration of intramuscular injections is a common nursing intervention in clinical practice. This article aims to raise awareness of the use of the ventrogluteal site for administering intramuscular injections. It describes the main reasons for using this site and outlines the complications associated with the dorsogluteal site. It is hoped that this review of the literature will shift everyday practice in favour of the ventrogluteal site. Summary
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