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Relationship between physical and psychosocial factors and attendance at cardiac rehabilitation (2012)
Journal Article
Munro, J., Angus, N. J., Atherton, I., Lauder, W., & Leslie, S. J. (2012). Relationship between physical and psychosocial factors and attendance at cardiac rehabilitation. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 11, S1-S84

Purpose: To examine the relationship between physical and psychosocial factors and attendance at out-patient cardiac rehabilitation classes. Methods: Patients offered hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation at a single regional cardiac centre betwee... Read More about Relationship between physical and psychosocial factors and attendance at cardiac rehabilitation.

Supporting the case for “progressive universalism” in health visiting: Scottish mothers and health visitors’ perspectives on targeting and rationing health visiting services, with a focus on the Lothian Child Concern Model (2012)
Journal Article
Hogg, R., Kennedy, C., Gray Brunton, C., & Hanley, J. (2012). Supporting the case for “progressive universalism” in health visiting: Scottish mothers and health visitors’ perspectives on targeting and rationing health visiting services, with a focus on the Lothian Child Concern Model. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22, 240-250. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04224.x

Aims. To explore parents and professionals’ experience of family assessment in health visiting (public health nursing), with a focus on the Lothian Child Concern Model (LCCM). Background. Health visitors (HVs) currently assess families as requiring... Read More about Supporting the case for “progressive universalism” in health visiting: Scottish mothers and health visitors’ perspectives on targeting and rationing health visiting services, with a focus on the Lothian Child Concern Model.

Compassion or speed, which is a more accurate indicator of healthcare quality in the emergency department from the patients’ perspective (2012)
Journal Article
Beattie, M., Atherton, I., McLennan, B., & Lauder, W. (2012). Compassion or speed, which is a more accurate indicator of healthcare quality in the emergency department from the patients’ perspective. International journal of person centered medicine, 2, 647-655

Rationale, aims and objectives: Devising indicators to measure quality of care is challenging in Emergency Departments (ED). It is difficult to measure aspects of quality which are less amenable to measurement; hence waiting time has often been reli... Read More about Compassion or speed, which is a more accurate indicator of healthcare quality in the emergency department from the patients’ perspective.

Differences in self-assessed health by socioeconomic group amongst people with and without a history of cancer: an analysis using representative data from Scotland (2012)
Journal Article
Atherton, I., Evans, J., Dibben, C. J. L., Woods, L. M., & Hubbard, G. (2012). Differences in self-assessed health by socioeconomic group amongst people with and without a history of cancer: an analysis using representative data from Scotland. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 6, 458-467. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11764-012-0226-x

Introduction This paper considers socioeconomic inequalities in self-assessed health amongst people with and without a history of cancer using representative data from Scotland. Methods A cross-sectional analysis using the Scottish Health Su... Read More about Differences in self-assessed health by socioeconomic group amongst people with and without a history of cancer: an analysis using representative data from Scotland.

Three into one don't go (2012)
Journal Article
Gray Brunton, C. (2012). Three into one don't go. Nursing Standard, 26, 69

Attempts to consolidate three specialist community nursing roles into one generalist post in community nursing in Scotland have prompted opposition.