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2016

Tetley, Josie; Dobson, Fiona; Jack, Kirsten; Pearson, Beryl and Walker, Elaine (2016). Building a values-based culture in nurse education. Nurse Education in Practice, 16(1) pp. 152–155. file

2013

Dobson, Fiona; Walker, Elaine and Pearson, Beryl (2013). Increasing service user influences on the selection of nursing students. In: Putting people at the heart of nursing care: leading the way, 21 Jun 2013, Bournemouth University. file

Walker, Elaine; Pearson, Beryl and Dobson, Fiona (2013). Increasing service user influence on the selection of nursing students. In: Research and Innovation in the Recruitment and Retention of Pre-registration Nursing and Midwifery Students, 21 Feb 2013, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh. file

2010

Moore, Emma and Pearson, Beryl (2010). Children's Nursing: Guidelines for Hospital and Community. In: Trigg, Ethel and Mohammed, Toby Aslam eds. Practices in Children's Nursing: Guidelines for Hospital and Community: 3rd Edition. China: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, pp. 104–119.

Maddox, Christina and Pearson, Beryl (2010). Practices in Children's Nursing. Guidelines for Hospital and Community. In: Trigg, Ethel and Mohammed, Toby Aslam eds. Practices in Children's Nursing. Guidelines for Hospital and Community. China: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, pp. 344–353.

2002

Pearson, Beryl and Sales, Rachel (2002). A History of Children's Nursing – The Picture Tells The Story. SCRAN, Bristol.

Pearson, Beryl and Sales, Rachel (2002). Case study evaluation report following project funding and development of on line learning resources. Scran, Edinburgh.

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