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Engaging students as co-researchers to conduct focus groups with older people (2018)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Kydd, A. B., Smith, S., King, L., Gentleman, M., Walsh, N., Head, K., & Smart, F. (2018). Engaging students as co-researchers to conduct focus groups with older people. Innovation in Aging, 2(suppl_1), 232. https://doi.org/10.1093/geroni/igy023.861

The study is a partnership of nursing students, academics and older people, designed to hear the stories of older people’s good and poor care in the community and within care settings. We recruited 27 older people aged 60–92 living in the community a... Read More about Engaging students as co-researchers to conduct focus groups with older people.

Valuing feedback: an evaluation of a National Health Service programme to support compassionate care practice through hearing and responding to feedback (2017)
Journal Article
Smith, S., Gentleman, M., Conway, L., & Sloan, S. (2017). Valuing feedback: an evaluation of a National Health Service programme to support compassionate care practice through hearing and responding to feedback. Journal of Research in Nursing, 22(1-2), 112-127. https://doi.org/10.1177/1744987116685913

There is an emergent recognition in healthcare that people need to be at the heart of services, and experiences of care matter; these should therefore be recognised and enhance practice. The aims of this research were to evaluate an NHS development... Read More about Valuing feedback: an evaluation of a National Health Service programme to support compassionate care practice through hearing and responding to feedback.

Reflections about experiences of compassionate care from award winning undergraduate nurses – What, so what … now what? (2016)
Journal Article
Smith, S., James, A., Brogan, A., Adamson, E., & Gentleman, M. (2016). Reflections about experiences of compassionate care from award winning undergraduate nurses – What, so what … now what?. Journal of Compassionate Health Care, 3(6), https://doi.org/10.1186/s40639-016-0023-x

Background From 2007 until 2012 Edinburgh Napier University’s School of Nursing Midwifery and Social Care in conjunction with NHS Lothian, collaborated on a programme of action research entitled, the Leadership in Compassionate Care Programme. One s... Read More about Reflections about experiences of compassionate care from award winning undergraduate nurses – What, so what … now what?.

An exploration of a restorative space: A creative approach to reflection for nurse lecturer's focused on experiences of compassion in the workplace (2014)
Journal Article
Smith, S., Gentleman, M., Loads, D., & Pullin, S. (2014). An exploration of a restorative space: A creative approach to reflection for nurse lecturer's focused on experiences of compassion in the workplace. Nurse Education Today, 34(9), 1225-1231. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2014.03.003

This study was undertaken as part of a larger programme of research; the Leadership in Compassionate Care Programme. The aim of this study was to explore and respond to the perceptions of nurse lecturers in regard to experiences of compassion in the... Read More about An exploration of a restorative space: A creative approach to reflection for nurse lecturer's focused on experiences of compassion in the workplace.

Leadership in compassionate care programme: final report. (2012)
Report
Adamson, E., Dewar, B., Donaldson, J. H., Gentleman, M., Gray, M., Horsburgh, D., …Waugh, A. (2012). Leadership in compassionate care programme: final report. Edinburgh, Scotland: NHS Lothian/ Edinburgh Napier University

The Leadership in Compassionate Care programme is a collaborative venture between Edinburgh Napier University and NHS Lothian and is supported by a generous benefactor. The aim of the 3 year project is to ensure that compassionate nursing practice is... Read More about Leadership in compassionate care programme: final report..

Leadership in Compassionate Care: Executive Summary- Enhancing patient care by promoting compassionate practice. (2012)
Report
Adamson, E., Cook, F., Crowther, C., Dewar, B., Donaldson, J. H., Gloag, A., Gray, M., Gentleman, M., Hornett, M., Horsburgh, D., Kalorkoti, J., King, L., Macdonald, A., McIntosh, I., Morrow, B., Pullin, S., Ross, J., Smith, S., Taylor, S., Tierney-Moore, H., …Waugh, A. (2012). Leadership in Compassionate Care: Executive Summary- Enhancing patient care by promoting compassionate practice. Edinburgh, Scotland: NHS Lothian/Edinburgh Napier University

The Leadership in Compassionate Care Programme (LCCP) commenced in 2007 as a three year programme of work. Initial funding was received from a private benefactor and the two organisations involved in the programme (NHS Lothian and Edinburgh Nap... Read More about Leadership in Compassionate Care: Executive Summary- Enhancing patient care by promoting compassionate practice..

Leadership in compassionate care: Conference Handbook. (2012)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Adamson, E., Dewar, B., Donaldson, J. H., Gentleman, M., Gray, M., Horsburgh, D., …Waugh, A. (2012). Leadership in compassionate care: Conference Handbook.

The objectives of this conference are to: •Develop a creative forum that stimulates dialogue and learning about compassionate caring in the complex multidisciplinary world of health, social care and healthcare education. •Learn about novel and cr... Read More about Leadership in compassionate care: Conference Handbook..

Enabling prospective nursing and midwifery students to demonstrate their compassionate and caring attributes during the recruitment and selection process. (2010)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Waugh, A., Petrie, G., MacKinnon, F., McLuckie, C., & Gentleman, M. (2010, June). Enabling prospective nursing and midwifery students to demonstrate their compassionate and caring attributes during the recruitment and selection process. Poster presented at Inaugural Conference on Compassionate Care