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Austin, Philip, MacLeod, Roderick, Siddall, Philip, MCSHERRY, Wilfred and Egan, Richard (2017) Spiritual care training is needed for clinical and non-clinical staff to manage patients’ spiritual needs. Journal for the study of spirituality, 7 (1). pp. 50-63. ISSN 2044-0243 (In Press)


BAKER, Tracey, Barnes, Annie, Jackson, Paul and Dudley, Robert (2017) The strategies to assure students are placed in safe, effective, caring and well led practice learning environments, to support and retain the future nursing workforce. In: Conference HEA, 1-4th July, Manchester.

BAKER, Tracey, Little, Moira and JINKS, Annette (2017) A qualitative evaluation of community nurses’ experiences of child safeguarding supervision". Child Abuse Review. ISSN 0952-9136

BOATH, Elizabeth, Church, Dawson, Stern, Sheri, STEWART, Tony, Feinstein, David, Palmer-Hoffman, Julie and Clond, Morgan (2017) Using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) to Treat PTSD in Veterans: A Review of the Evidence, Survey of Practitioners, and Proposed Clinical Guidelines. The Permanente Journal, 21. pp. 16-100. ISSN 1552-5767

Balthip, Karnsunaphat, MCSHERRY, Wilfred and Nilmanat, Kittikorn (2017) Spirituality and Dignity of Thai Adolescents Living with HIV. Religions, 8 (12). p. 257. ISSN 2077-1444

Balthip, Karnsunaphat, MCSHERRY, Wilfred, Petchruschatachart, Usanee, Piriyakoontorn, Siriwan and Liamputtong, Pranee (2017) Enhancing life purpose amongst Thai adolescents. Journal of Moral Education, 46 (3). pp. 295-307. ISSN 0305-7240


CUST, Fiona (2017) Clickers - Integrating technology into teaching and learning with interactive tools. Innovative Practice in Higher Education, 3 (1). ISSN 2044-3315

CUST, Fiona (2017) Identifying perinatal depression and anxiety: evidence based practice in screening, psychosocial assessment and management (Book Review). Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 35 (3). pp. 318-319. ISSN 0264-6838

CUST, Fiona (2017) Safeguarding and Working Together, protecting children and young adults. In: Safeguarding and Working Together, protecting children and young adults., 3rd September 2017., Staffordshire University. (Unpublished)

CUST, Fiona, BOATH, Elizabeth and CARTER, Ruth (2017) Peer Support for Mothers with Antenatal Depression. In: Teaching and Learning Conference, June 2017, Stoke Campus, Staffordshire University. (Unpublished)

CUST, Fiona, BOATH, Elizabeth and CARTER, Ruth (2017) Peer Support for Mothers with Antenatal Depression. In: Reproductive and Infant Psychology Annual Conference., 14-16th September 2017., Leeds. (Unpublished)


Egan, Richard, Llewellyn, Rebecca, Cox, Brian, MacLeod, Rod, MCSHERRY, Wilfred and Austin, Philip (2017) New Zealand Nurses’ Perceptions of Spirituality and Spiritual Care: Qualitative Findings from a National Survey. Religions, 8 (79). pp. 1-20. ISSN 2077-1444


MOONEY, Janice and WATTS, Richard (2017) Educating people with rare rheumatological conditions. Rheumatology, 56 (12). pp. 2042-2043. ISSN 1462-0324


Yates, Max, WATTS, Richard, Bajema, Ingeborg, Cid, Maria, Crestani, Bruno, Hauser, Thomas, Hellmich, Bernhard, Holle, Julia, Laudien, Martin, Little, Mark A, Luqmani, Raashid Ahmed, Mahr, Alfred, Merkel, Peter, MILLS, John, MOONEY, Janice, Segelmark, Mårten, Tesar, Vladimir, Westman, Kerstin W A, Vaglio, Augusto, Yalçındağ, Nilüfer, Jayne, David R and Mukhtyar, Chetan (2017) Validation of the EULAR/ERA-EDTA recommendations for the management of ANCA-associated vasculitis by disease content experts. RMD Open, 3 (1). e000449. ISSN 2056-5933

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