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John Stephenson

Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Statistics, School of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK

Rapid upskilling about COVID-19 vaccines: an evaluation of a novel interprofessional education workshop

An interdisciplinary team of pharmacy and nursing academics (led by SH and HCG) was convened. Through an iterative process, content was produced to cover the vaccine process (Box 1), with academics...

Explaining nursing attrition through the experiences of return-to-practice students: a mixed-methods study

Simon et al (2010) undertook a study with a sample of 2119 registered nurses in a variety of departments in 16 German hospitals, and found the general considerations that swayed the decision to...

Service user and carer experiences of the advanced nurse practitioner role in a memory assessment team

Memory assessment teams are viewed as specialist diagnostic services (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, (NICE), 2019) and have an integral role in ensuring people receive a timely...

The impact of brief lifestyle self-management education for the control of seizures

Self-management is understood to be the ability to manage one's health status by using problem solving, resource utilisation, resilience and an ability to take action on one's behalf (Lorig and...

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