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Cardwell, Mike; Clark, Liz and Meldrum, Claire eds. (2009). Psychology A2 for AQA A (4th ed.). London: HarperCollins.

Cardwell, Mike; Clark, Liz; Meldrum, Claire and Wadeley, Alison eds. (2009). Psychology for A2 Level for AQA (A) (4th ed.). London: HarperCollins.

Watson, Naomi A. and Wilkinson, Carol eds. (2001). Nursing in primary care: A handbook for students. Baskingstoke: Palgrave.

Ali, Nasreen; Quereshi, Iritza; Sidika, Tamanna; Mondokova, Andrea; Muhmood, Sultan; Jan, Azra; Garcia, Rebecca; Cook, Erica; Burden, Barbara; Reid, Caroline and Randhawa, Gurch (2018). Barriers and Enablers for UK Home Grown South Asian Prospective Students Choosing Nursing and Midwifery Courses and Careers. Diversity and Equality in Healthcare, 15(4) pp. 190–197. file

Anyanwu, E. and Watson, N. (1997). Alcohol dependance: A critical look at effects of alcohol metabolism. Reviews on Environmental Health, 12(3) pp. 201–213.

Baillie, Lesley (2019). Exchanging focus groups for individual interviews during qualitative data collection: a discussion. Nurse Researcher, 27(2) file

Baillie, Lesley (2017). An exploration of the 6Cs as a set of values for nursing practice. British Journal of Nursing, 26(10) pp. 558–563. file

Baillie, Lesley and Thomas, Nicola (2017). How does the length of day shift affect patient care on older people's wards? A mixed method study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 75 pp. 154–162. file

Baillie, Lesley and Thomas, Nicola (2018). Personal information documents for people with dementia: healthcare staff’s perceptions and experiences. Dementia (Early Access). file

Baillie, Lesley and Thomas, Nicola (2019). Changing from 12‐hr to 8‐hr day shifts: A qualitative exploration of effects on organising nursing care and staffing. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 28(1-2) pp. 148–158. file

Barrett, David and Twycross, Alison (2020). Student mental health and well-being: are universities doing enough? Evidence-Based Nursing, 23 pp. 33–34.

Bassett, Sally; Waights, Verina; De Normanville, Claire; Brown, Alan; Cave, Ian; Lee, Sarah; Dennis, Lucy; Taylor, Paul; Eaton, Anne; Morton, Tracey; Moore, Ros; Lyndon, Helen and Mitcham, Liz (2007). Fitness to practice: an assurance framework for community matrons and case managers. NHS East of England, UK.

Batista, Luciano and Cornock, Marc (2009). Information sharing in e-government initiatives: Freedom of Information and Data Protection issues concerning local government. Journal of Information, Law & Technology(2) restricted access item, not available for direct download

Boyle, G. and Warren, L. (2013). The social process of decision-making by people with dementia and their spouses. End-of-Award Report to the ESRC. ESRC.

Boyle, G. and Warren, L. (2013). The social process of everyday decision-making by people with dementia and their spouses. Impact Report. ESRC.

Boyle, Geraldine (2010). Social policy for people with dementia in England: promoting human rights? Health and Social Care in the Community, 18(5) pp. 511–519. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Boyle, Geraldine (2009). The Mental Capacity Act 2005 Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards and people with dementia: the implications for social care regulation. Health and Social Care in the Community, 17(4) pp. 415–422.

Boyle, Geraldine (2008). Controlling behaviour using neuroleptic drugs: the role of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in protecting the liberty of people with dementia. Disability and Society, 23(7) pp. 759–771.

Boyle, Geraldine (2013). ‘She’s usually quicker than the calculator’: financial management and decision-making in couples living with dementia. Health and Social Care in the Community, 21(5) pp. 554–562.

Boyle, Geraldine (2008). Autonomy in long-term care: a need, a right or a luxury? Disability and Society, 23(4) pp. 299–310.

Boyle, Geraldine (2008). The Mental Capacity Act 2005: promoting the citizenship of people with dementia? Health and Social Care in the Community, 16(5) pp. 529–537.

Boyle, Geraldine (2014). Recognising the agency of people with dementia. Disability and Society, 29(7) pp. 1130–1144. file

Boyle, Geraldine (2011). Early implementation of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in health and social care. Critical Social Policy, 31(3) pp. 365–387.

Boyle, Geraldine (2013). Still a woman’s job: the division of housework in couples living with dementia. Families, Relationships & Societies, 2(1) pp. 5–21.

Boyle, Geraldine (2004). Facilitating choice and control for older people in long-term care. Health and Social Care in the Community, 12(3) pp. 212–220.

Boyle, Geraldine (2013). Facilitating decision-making by people with dementia: is spousal support gendered? Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 35(2) pp. 227–243.

Boyle, Geraldine (2005). The role of autonomy in explaining mental ill-health and depression among older people in long-term care settings. Ageing & Society, 25(5) . 731-748.

Boyle, Geraldine (2017). Revealing gendered identity and agency in dementia. Health and Social Care in the Community, 25(6) pp. 1787–1793. file

Boyle, Geraldine (2020). The Moral Resilience of Young People Who Care. Ethics and Social Welfare (Early access). file

Boyle, Geraldine (2014). ‘Can’t cook, won’t cook’: men’s involvement in cooking when their wives develop dementia. Journal of Gender Studies, 23(4) pp. 336–350. file

Boyle, Geraldine (2019). Beyond lipstick and woodwork: Why gender matters when living with dementia. In: Pickard, Susan and Robinson, Jude eds. Ageing, the Body and the Gender Regime: Health, illness and disease across the life course. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 113–127.

Boyle, Geraldine and Warren, Lorna (2017). Showing how they feel: the emotional reflexivity of people with dementia. Families, Relationships and Societies, 6(1) pp. 3–19. file

Burden, Barbara (2007). Privacy in Maternity Care Environments: Exploring Perspectives of Mothers, Midwives and Student Midwives. PhD thesis. The Open University. file

Clark, E. (1990). Making sense of descriptive statistics. Nursing Standard, 4(46) pp. 36–41.

Clark, E. (1994). Open learning: Passing educational fancy or key player in flexible educational provision. Nurse Education Today, 14(4) pp. 255–256.

Clark, E. and Cunningham, G. (2008). Alliance is worthy of any Royal College. Nursing Standard, 22(20) pp. 26–27.

Clark, E.; Draper, J. and Attree, M. (2007). Evaluating the impact of healthcare education: the challenges and a way forward. In: RCN International Nursing Research Conference, 1-4 May 2007, Dundee, Scotland. file

Clark, E.; Draper, J. and Attree, M. (2007). Evaluating the impact of healthcare education: Approaches and challenges. In: RCN International Nursing Research Conference, 1-4 May 2007, Dundee, Scotland. file

Clark, E. and Gournay, K. (1995). The individual and health. In: Schober, Jane E. and Hinchliffe, Susan M. eds. Towards Advanced Practice: Key concepts for health care. London: Hodder Arnold, pp. 49–74.

Clark, E. and Robinson, K. (1994). Open learning in nursing and midwifery: The state of the art. Nurse Education Today, 14(4) pp. 257–263.

Clark, E. and Sleep, J. (1991). The what and how of teaching research. Nurse Education Today, 11(2) pp. 172–178.

Clark, E. and Sleep, J. (1997). Determining effective care: The midwifery contribution. In: Sweet, B. and Tiran, D. eds. Mayes' Midwifery: A Textbook for Midwifery. London: Bailliere Trindall, pp. 1069–1086.

Clark, Elisabeth (2012). Innovation and its contribution to the scholarship of learning and teaching. Nurse Education Today, 32(7) pp. 729–731. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Clark, Elisabeth (2008). Leading by example. Nursing Management, 15(6) pp. 12–15.

Clark, Elisabeth (2008). Partners in practice. Nursing Management, 15(3) pp. 12–13.

Clark, Elisabeth (1990). Research and common sense. In: Horne, E. ed. The Ward Sister’s Survival Guide. The Professional developments series. London: Austen Cornish, pp. 284–289.

Clark, Elisabeth (1990). Research awareness: Its importance in practice. In: Horne, E. ed. The Ward Sister’s Survival Guide. The Professional developments series. London: Austen Cornish, pp. 279–283.

Clark, Elisabeth (2000). The historical context of research in midwifery. In: Proctor, S. and Renfrew, M. eds. Linking research and practice in midwifery: A guide to evidence-based practice. Edinburgh: Bailliere Tindall, pp. 35–54.

Clark, Elisabeth (1992). Psychological perspectives. In: Robinson, Kate and Vaughan, Barbara eds. Knowledge for Nursing Practice. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann, pp. 89–109.

Clark, Elisabeth (1995). Open learning: Educational opportunity or convenient solution to practical problems in higher education. In: Thomas, Diana ed. Flexible Learning Strategies in Higher and Further Education. London: Cassell, pp. 26–39.

Clark, Elisabeth and Draper, Jan (2012). Enhancing the impact of continuing professional education on practice: whose responsibility is it? In: ISSOTL12 (International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning): Research on Teaching & Learning: Integrating Practices, 24-27 Oct 2012, Hamilton, ON, Canada. file

Clark, Elisabeth and Draper, Jan (2011). Whose role is it anyway? maximising the impact of continuing professional development on practice. In: Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference, 6-8 Sep 2011, Cambridge, UK. restricted access item, not available for direct downloadrestricted access item, not available for direct downloadrestricted access item, not available for direct downloadrestricted access item, not available for direct download

Clark, Elisabeth and Draper, Janet (2011). Impact on practice (ImP) project: exploring the need for and utility of the ImP framework, final report to the East of England Strategic Health Authority. The Open University. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Clark, Elisabeth and Draper, Janet (2009). Maximising the impact of continuing professional education on practice. In: New Types of Worker in Health and Social Care conference: First International Research Conference, 22-23 Jan 2009, London.

Clark, Elisabeth and Draper, Janet (2006). The impact of continuing professional education on professional practice: A call for urgent action. In: 1st NETNEP International Nurse Education Conference, May 2006, Vancouver.

Clark, Elisabeth; Draper, Janet and Rogers, Jill (2015). Illuminating the process: evaluating the impact of continuing professional education on practice. Nurse Education Today, 35(2) pp. 388–394. file

Clark, Elisabeth; Draper, Janet and Sparrow, Shelagh (2008). The impact on practice (ImP) project: A project to develop a framework to evaluate the impact of continuing professional education on practice. In: 19th Annual International Nurse Education Tomorrow conference, 2-4 Sep 2008, Cambridge University. filefile

Clark, Elisabeth; Draper, Janet and Taylor, Ruth (2018). Editorial: Healthcare education research: The case for rethinking hierarchies of evidence. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 74(11) pp. 2480–2483.

Clark, Elisabeth and Montague, Susan (1993). The nature of stress and its implications for nursing practice. In: Hinchliff, Susan M.; Norman, Susan E. and Schober, Jane E. eds. Nursing Practice and Health Care (2nd edition). London: Edward Arnold, pp. 214–246.

Clark, Elisabeth and Rogers, Jill (2012). Mary Seacole Awards: an evaluation of the impact of the Awards 2012. NHS Employers, Leeds. file

Clark, Liz (2008). Distance learning: A modern and flexible way to learn. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, 2(7) pp. 342–346.

Clark, Samuel J and Pawlyn, Jillian (2019). Inhaler and nebuliser technique for people with a learning disability. Learning Disability Practice, 22(1) file

Constantinou, Georgina; Garcia, Rebecca; Cook, Erica and Randhawa, Gurch (2019). Children’s unmet palliative care needs: a scoping review of parents’ perspectives. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 9(4) pp. 439–450.

Cornock, M. (1996). Making sense of central venous catheters. Nursing Times, 92(49) pp. 30–31.

Cornock, M. (1996). Making sense of central venous pressure. Nursing Times, 92(40) pp. 38–39.

Cornock, M. and Goodman, B. (2002). A future for critical care education. Nursing Standard, 16(43) pp. 42–44.

Cornock, M. A. (1996). Psychological approaches to cardiac pain. Nursing Standard, 11(11) pp. 34–38.

Cornock, M. A. (1996). Making sense of arterial blood gases and their interpretation. Nursing Times, 92(6) pp. 30–31.

Cornock, Marc (2007). Fraser guidelines or Gillick competence? Journal of Children's and Young People's Nursing, 1(3) p. 142. file

Cornock, Marc (2011). Parental rights and responsibilities in law. Nursing Children and Young People, 23(9) pp. 23–24.

Cornock, Marc (2016). Revalidation and you. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(31) pp. 8–10. file

Cornock, Marc (2015). Writing for publication. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(25) pp. 9–10. file

Cornock, Marc (2018). A review of medical law and regulation over the last decade (or so): significant legal events that are still affecting health care practices and practitioners. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(33) pp. 28–31. file

Cornock, Marc (2007). The Healthcare Commission tackles hygiene in hospital. Medical Law Monitor, 14(7) pp. 6–7.

Cornock, Marc (2007). Circumcision in young boys: A legal commentary. Journal of Children's and Young People's Nursing, 1(7) pp. 348–349.

Cornock, Marc (2008). Where the buck stops. Nursing Standard, 23(15-17) p. 64.

Cornock, Marc (2008). Aim for higher ground. Nursing Standard, 22(48) p. 64.

Cornock, Marc (2008). Debunking a myth. Technic, 4(10) pp. 15–17.

Cornock, Marc (2002). Legal aspects of decision-making in critical care. Nursing in Critical Care, 7(5) pp. 235–240.

Cornock, Marc (2008). Chastising a child - the legal position. Paediatric Nursing, 20(5) pp. 30–33.

Cornock, Marc (2009). Staying calm in the face of adversity. Nursing Standard, 24(8) p. 64.

Cornock, Marc (1996). Cardiac distress: how nurses can intervene with patients with psychological problems, focusing on the case of a patient displaying stress-related non-compliance. Nursing Times and Nursing Mirror, 92(19) pp. 44–46.

Cornock, Marc (2011). In the line of duty. Nursing Standard, 25(44) p. 63.

Cornock, Marc (2009). Burden of blowing the whistle is lightened. Nursing Standard, 23(27) p. 64.

Cornock, Marc (2011). A legal commentary on negligence. Paediatric Nursing, 23(1) pp. 21–22.

Cornock, Marc (2009). Keeping confidence. Nursing Standard, 23(27) p. 64.

Cornock, Marc (2011). Legal definitions of responsibility, accountability and liability. Nursing children and young people, 23(3) pp. 25–26.

Cornock, Marc (2006). Professional regulation. Medical Law Monitor, 13(10) pp. 5–8.

Cornock, Marc (2011). Liability and collaborative working. Nursing children and young people, 23(4) pp. 20–21.

Cornock, Marc (2011). Saying sorry: the legal implications. Paediatric Nursing, 23(2) pp. 22–23.

Cornock, Marc (2009). Rights of the child. Nursing Standard, 23(20) p. 28.

Cornock, Marc (2007). Euthanasia: the situation in Ireland. Medical Law Monitor, 14(2) pp. 1–2.

Cornock, Marc (2010). Working to bring up baby. Nursing Standard, 24(30) p. 72.

Cornock, Marc (2009). Nursing a grievance. Nursing Standard, 24(12) p. 64.

Cornock, Marc (2002). Right to decide. Nursing Standard, 16(32) p. 20.

Cornock, Marc (2011). Accepting or refusing gifts: a legal commentary. Nursing children and young people, 23(5) pp. 21–22.

Cornock, Marc (2010). A contentious area. Nursing Standard, 24(25) p. 64.

Cornock, Marc (2010). Learn your rights about dismissal. Nursing Standard, 25(4) p. 63.

Cornock, Marc (2011). Professional indemnity and its importance: a legal overview. Nursing Children and Young People, 23(6) pp. 25–26.

Cornock, Marc (2011). Whistleblowing: a legal commentary. Nursing Children and Young People, 23(8) p. 21.

Cornock, Marc (2012). What to do when an employer acts unfairly. Nursing Standard, 26(38) p. 63.

Cornock, Marc (2010). A glance back and a brief look forward. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 7(2) pp. 87–90. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Cornock, Marc (2011). Age-old question. Nursing Management, 18(2) p. 9.

Cornock, Marc (2011). Editorial: The tenth anniversary issue. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 8(1) pp. 1–4. file

Cornock, Marc (2012). Not another missed opportunity: regulation of health care professionals. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 8(1) pp. 1–8. file

Cornock, Marc (2011). Clinical competency in children’s nursing: a legal commentary. Nursing Children and Young People, 23(10) pp. 18–19.

Cornock, Marc (2018). General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and implications for research. Maturitas (Early Access).

Cornock, Marc (2017). Clinical negligence. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(32) pp. 10–13. file

Cornock, Marc (2017). Advancing professional health care practice and the issue of accountability. EWMA Journal, 18(2) pp. 15–19.

Cornock, Marc (2015). Informed consent. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(25) pp. 18–20. file

Cornock, Marc (2015). The child and consent. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(27) pp. 13–15. file

Cornock, Marc (2015). Refusing, or being unable, to provide consent. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(26) pp. 9–10. file

Cornock, Marc (2014). Legal principles of responsibility and accountability in professional healthcare. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(23) pp. 16–18. file

Cornock, Marc (2014). Duty of care. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(24) pp. 14–16. file

Cornock, Marc (2010). Hannah Jones, consent and the child in action: a legal commentary. Paediatric Nursing, 22(2) pp. 14–20.

Cornock, Marc (2019). Record keeping and documentation: a legal perspective. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(35) pp. 34–38. file

Cornock, Marc (2007). Parental responsibility: A legal perspective. Journal of Children's and Young People's Nursing, 1(4) p. 194. file

Cornock, Marc (2011). Confidentiality: the legal issues. Nursing Children and Young People, 23(7) pp. 18–19. file

Cornock, Marc (2015). A brief guide to reviewing research articles. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(28) pp. 21–22. file

Cornock, Marc (2016). Advancing practice. Orthopaedic & Trauma Times(29) pp. 11–12. file

Cornock, Marc (2018). Editorial: How the writers of case reports need to consider and address consent and GDPR. Case Reports in Women's Health, 19, article no. e00060. file

Cornock, Marc (2001). Ethical and legal considerations of community nursing. In: Hyde, Val ed. Community Nursing and Health Care: Insights and innovations. London, UK: Hodder Arnold, pp. 188–205.

Cornock, Marc and Harrison, Nicola (2004). Rights of the child. Nursing Standard, 18(42) p. 24.

Cornock, Marc and McAlinden, Orla (2017). Law and policy for children and young people’s nursing. In: Price, Jayne and McAlinden, Orla eds. Essentials of Nursing Children and Young People. London: Sage, pp. 119–132. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Cornock, Marc and Montgomery, Heather (2011). Children’s rights in and out of the womb. The International Journal of Children's Rights, 9(1) pp. 3–19.

Cornock, Marc and Montgomery, Heather (2014). Children’s rights since Margaret Thatcher. In: Wagg, Stephen and Pilcher, Jane eds. Thatcher’s Grandchildren. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 160–178.

Cornock, Marc and Nichols, Andrew (2008). Caught on camera. Nursing Standard, 23(5) p. 64.

Cornock, Marc A. (1998). Stress and the intensive care patient: perceptions of patients and nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 27(3) pp. 518–527. file

Cornock, Marc A. (2007). Professional updating and guidance on children and young persons. Journal of Children's and Young People's Nursing, 1(8) pp. 400–401.

Cornock, Marc A. (2001). A new approach to critical care education. Nurse Education Today, 21(7) pp. 569–578.

Counihan, Sheila (2010). Maintaining connectivity and enhancing communication through the use of text messaging in an undergraduate nursing programme. In: RCN Joint Education Forums’ Conference and Exhibition. Partners in Practice, 21-22 Feb 2010, Blackpool. file

Cummings, Damian M.; Milner, Austen J.; Dallerac, Glenn M.; Vatsavayai, Sarat C.; Brown, Jackie Y.; Waights, Verina; Hirst, Mark C. and Murphy, Kerry P. S. J. (2005). Dopamine restores cortical plasticity in a mouse model of Huntington's disease. In: 18th National Meeting of British Neuroscience Association, 3-6 Apr 2005, Brighton, UK.

Cummings, Damian M.; Milnerwood, Austen J.; Dallerac, Glenn M.; Waights, Verina; Brown, Jacki Y.; Vatsavayai, Sarat C.; Hirst, Mark C. and Murphy, Kerry P. S. J. (2006). Aberrant cortical synaptic plasticity and dopaminergic dysfunction in a mouse model of huntington's disease. Human Molecular Genetics, 15(19) pp. 2856–2868.

Czespura, A.; Johnson, M.; Miles, P.; Watson, N. and Pawar, A. (2000). An evaluation of the 1998 development programme for black and minority ethnic managers in the West Midlands NHS: the final report of a twenty month longitudinal study. Warwick Business School, Centre for Health Services Studies.

Darch, Joy; Baillie, Lesley and Gillison, Fiona (2017). Nurses as role models in health promotion: a concept analysis. British Journal of Nursing, 26(17) pp. 982–988. file

Douglas, Jenny and Watson, Naomi (2013). Editorial. Resistance, resilience and renewal: the health and well-being of black women in the Atlantic Diaspora- developing an intersectional approach. Critical Public Health, 23(1) pp. 1–5.

Draper, Jan; Beretta, Ruth; Kenward, Linda; McDonagh, Lin; Messenger, Julie and Rounce, Jill (2014). 'Ready to hit the ground running': alumni and employer accounts of a unique part-time distance learning pre-registration nurse education programme. Nurse Education Today, 34(10) pp. 1305–1310. file

Draper, Jan and Clark, Liz (2013). Continuing professional education: optimising impact on healthcare practice. In: 16th Australasian Nurse Educators Conference, 9-11 Oct 2013, Wellington, New Zealand.

Draper, Janet (2003). Response to Watson's editorial 'Scientific methods are the only credible way forward for nurshing research'. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 44(5) pp. 546–547.

Draper, Janet (1996). Nursing development units: an opportunity for evaluation. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 23(2) pp. 267–271.

Draper, Janet (2003). Blurring, moving and broken boundaries: Men's encounters with the pregnant body. Sociology of Health & Illness, 25(7) pp. 743–767.

Draper, Janet (1999). A longitudinal ethnographic study of men's experiences of pregnany, birth and early fatherhood. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 16(4) p. 226.

Draper, Janet; Beretta, Ruth; Kenward, Linda; McDonagh, Lin; Messenger, Julie and Rounce, Jill (2013). Widening participation in pre-registration education in the United Kingdom - alumni and employer accounts of a unique part-time supported open learning route. In: 24th International Networking Education in Healthcare Conference, 3-5 Sep 2013, Cambridge. filefile

Draper, Janet and Clark, Elisabeth (2009). The Impact on Practice project. In: Higher Education Academic Festival of LEarning, 11 Mar 2009, University of Wolverhampton, UK. file

Draper, Janet; Clark, Liz and Rogers, Jill (2016). Manager's role in maximizing investment in continuing professional education. Nursing Management, 22(9) pp. 30–36.

Draper, Janet and Newell, Robert (1996). A discussion of some of the literature relating to history, repair and consequences of perineal trauma. Midwifery, 12(3) pp. 140–145.

Draper, Janet and Scott, Fiona (1996). An investigation into the application and maintenance of Hamilton Russell traction on three orthopaedic wards. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 23(3) pp. 536–541.

Draper, Janet; Sparrow, Shelagh and Gallagher, Donna (2009). Crossing the threshold: students' experiences of the transition from student to staff nurse. In: Nurse Education Today Conference, 8-10 Sep 2009, University of Cambridge. file

Garcia, Rebecca (2020). Interventions to Widen Participation for Black and Asian Minority Ethnic Men into the Nursing Profession: A Scoping Review. Journal of Diversity & Equality in Health and Care (In press).

Garcia, Rebecca; Ali, Nasreen; Griffiths, Malcolm and Randhawa, Gurch (2018). Understanding the consumption of folic acid during preconception, among Pakistani, Bangladeshi and white British mothers in Luton, UK: a qualitative study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 18 pp. 1–9. file

Garcia, Rebecca; Ali, Nasreen; Guppy, Andrew; Griffiths, Malcolm and Randhawa, Gurch (2020). Ethnic differences in risk factors for adverse birth outcomes between Pakistani, Bangladeshi and White British mothers. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 76(1) pp. 174–182. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Garcia, Rebecca; Ali, Nasreen; Guppy, Andy; Griffiths, Malcolm and Randhawa, Gurch (2017). Differences in the pregnancy gestation period and mean birth weights in infants born to Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and white British mothers in Luton, UK: a retrospective analysis of routinely collected data. BMJ Open, 7 pp. 1–7. file

Garcia, Rebecca; Ali, Nasreen; Guppy, Andy; Griffiths, Malcolm and Randhawa, Gurch (2017). A comparison of antenatal classifications of ‘overweight’ and ‘obesity’ prevalence between white British, Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi pregnant women in England; analysis of retrospective data. BMC Public Health, 17 pp. 1–7. file

Garcia, Rebecca; Ali, Nasreen; Papadopoulos, Chris and Randhawa, Gurch (2015). Specific antenatal interventions for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) pregnant women at high risk of poor birth outcomes in the United Kingdom: a scoping review. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 15(1), article no. 226. file

Garcia, Rebecca and Hand, Christopher J. (2015). Analgesic effects of self-chosen music type on cold pressor-induced pain: Motivating vs. relaxing music. Psychology of Music, 44(5) pp. 967–983.

Haroon, M.; Ryan, G.; Randell, M.; Wilson, J. and Khatau, T. (2012). What is the effectiveness of dimethylglycine in treating autistic symptoms in children: a systematic review. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 97(Suppl 2) A183-A184. file

James, Emma and Cornock, Marc A. (2008). The legal status of the term 'next of kin'. Nursing Standard, 22(44) pp. 45–48.

Johns, Christopher (1998). Becoming an effective practitioner through guided reflection. PhD thesis. The Open University. file

Jolly, Maggie and Cornock, Marc (2003). Application of the doctrine of double effect in end stage disease. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 9(6) pp. 240–244. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Kjellström, Sofia and Mitchell, Ann (2019). [Editorial] Health and healthcare as the context for participatory action research. Action Research, 17(4) pp. 419–428.

Mann, Theresa and Cornock, Marc A. (2007). Decision-making in palliative care: the Mental Capacity Act 2005. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 13(8) pp. 402–407.

McMahon-Parkes, K. and Cornock, M. A. (1997). Guillain-Barré syndrome: biological basis, treatment and care. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 13(1) pp. 42–48.

Messenger, Julie (2009). Practice learning and student support – The Open University experience. In: NET2009, 8-10 Sep 2009, Cambridge.

Messenger, Julie (2009). Online learning to support practice development. In: RCN Joint Education Forums’ 2nd International Conference and Exhibition, 11 Jun 2009, Glasgow.

Messenger, Julie and Waights, Verina (2010). Breaking circuits. In: Nurse Education Tomorrow, 7-9 Sep 2009, Cambridge, UK.

Messenger, Julie; Waights, Verina; McDonagh, Lin; Kenward, Linda; Bottoms, Rosemary; Draper, Janet; Counihan, Sheila and Holland, Lesley (2010). Recognising the potential: maximising meaningful learning in practice settings. In: Networking in healthcare education, 7-9 Sep 2010, Cambridge, UK, p. 156. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Mitchell, Ann (2009). Guyanese women in the UK: their experiences of diabetes, health knowledge and beliefs, and implications for self care. In: 34th Caribbean Studies Association Annual Conference, 1-5 Jun 2009, Kingston, Jamaica. file

Mitchell, Ann; Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah (2009). Social perspectives on depression. In: Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah eds. The Sociology of Long Term Conditions and Nursing Practice. Sociology and nursing practice series. UK: Palgrave, pp. 209–227.

Mitchell, Helena Ann (2020). Guyanese Women's Experiences of Invisibility in Health Care in England. Frontiers in Sociology, 5, article no. 23. file

Mitchell, Helena Ann; Allan, Helen and Koch, Tina (2019). Guyanese expatriate women ask: ‘Is it a touch of sugar?’. Action Research (Early Access). file

Montgomery, Heather and Cornock, Marc (2013). Children's bodies: the battleground for their rights? Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 9(1) pp. 19–34. file

Norman, Ian; Normand, Charles; Watson, Roger; Draper, Janet; Borg-Longhurst, J; Jowett, Sandra and Coster, Samantha (2008). Calculating the costs of work-based learning: the case of NHS Cadet Schemes. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 45(9) pp. 1310–1318.

Noronha, Maria T and Pawlyn, Jillian (2019). Caring for People with Learning Disabilities: Attitudes and Perceptions of General Nurses. Learning Disability Practice, 22(3) restricted access item, not available for direct download

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