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The Nursing Section at ScHARR was established in 1994 as one of six groups that constituted the Sheffield Centre for Health and Related Research (SCHARR). Based at the University of Sheffield, SCHARR was established as a response to the imperatives outlined in NHS Research and Development...
This paper comments on feminist research and in particular the use of reflexivity in feminist ethnography. Reflexivity in ethnography is the use of self as an instrument of the data collection and the researcher's own awareness of reactions to the research data. Ethnography requires that the...
It has been suggested that an important difference between hospital and hospice care is that the latter is more geared to the attainment of family goals. Nurses are the one group of health-care professionals who work with families during all phases of an illness. Using the Delphi technique, this...
This study describes how one trust addressed the issue of assessing and implementing evidence-based nursing and midwifery practice through the setting up of a Nursing/Midwifery Research and Practice Development (NMR&PD) Group, together with the introduction of evidence-based practice link...
Schizophrenia is a severe, often disabling, and sometimes enduring psychiatric disorder. Ever since its characterization as a mental illness at the beginning of this century, its nature, course and aetiology have been the subject of debate. As understanding of genetic mechanisms, brain...
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