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1999Empathy has not been measured in clients' terms or effectively taught: a review of the literatureReynolds, William; Scott, Brian; Jessiman, WendyJournal Article
Jun-2009Employment following cancer diagnosis: A narrative summary of the evidenceCunningham, Nicola; Hubbard, Gill; Stoddart, KathleenResearch Report
2005Enabling frail older people with a communication difficulty to express their views: the use of Talking Mats (TM) as an interview toolMurphy, Joan; Tester, Susan; Hubbard, Gill; Downs, MurnaJournal Article
2010Evaluating the impact of nursing and midwifery sensitive clinical quality indicators on practiceSmith, Annetta; Shepherd, Ashley; Jessiman, Wendy; Scott, JuliaResearch Report
2011Evaluation of the Learnbloodtransfusion education programme: Module 1 Safe Transfusion PracticeSmith, Annetta; Jepson, Ruth; Atherton, Iain; Doi, Larry; Gray, Alexandra; Pirie, ElizabethResearch Report
Sep-2011An evaluation to assess the implementation of NHS delivered Alcohol Brief Interventions: Final ReportParkes, Tessa; Atherton, Iain; Evans, Josie; Gloyn, Stephanie; McGhee, Stephen; Stoddart, Bernadette; Eadie, Douglas; Brooks, Oona; MacAskill, Susan; Petrie, Dennis; Choudury, HomagniResearch Report
Aug-2007Evidence of impact of the cancer care research centre's Developing Cancer Services: Patient and Carer Experiences Programme. Final ReportForbat, Liz; Knighting, Katherine; MacDonald, Charlotte; Wilson, Michael; Hubbard, Gill; Kearney, NoraResearch Report
Dec-2008Experiences of self-care in patients with colorectal cancer: a longitudinal studyKidd, Lisa; Kearney, Nora; O'Carroll, Ronan; Hubbard, GillJournal Article
Mar-2007Frail older people's experiences and use of health and social care servicesThemessl-Huber, Markus; Hubbard, Gill; Munro, PatJournal Article
Mar-2001Further testing of the Mental Health Problems Perception QuestionnaireAngus, Neil J; Lauder, William; Reynolds, WilliamJournal Article
14-Oct-2011The health and well-being of people with a previous diagnosis of cancer: A record-linkage study in ScotlandEvans, Josie; Atherton, Iain; Dibben, Christopher J L; Hubbard, GillJournal Article
Jun-2000The Highland experience: immersion in water in labourJessiman, Wendy; Bryers, HelenJournal Article
4-Jun-2010Home-based cardiac rehabilitation: A reviewMunro, Julie; Leslie, Stephen; Thompson, David; Angus, Neil JJournal Article
6-Apr-2011Home versus hospital-based cardiac rehabilitation: a systematic reviewMunro, Julie; Corrigall, Helen; Angus, Neil J; Thompson, David; Leslie, StephenJournal Article
Dec-2008'Housing First' as a means of addressing multiple needs and homelessnessAtherton, Iain; Nicholls, Carol McNaughtonJournal Article
Jul-2011Housing First: Considering Components for Successful Resettlement of Homeless People with Multiple NeedsNicholls, Carol McNaughton; Atherton, IainJournal Article
Sep-2009Immersion in water: use of a pool by women in labourJessiman, WendyJournal Article
Feb-2010The importance of relationships in the experience of cancer: A re-working of the policy ideal of the whole-systems approachCunningham, Nicola; Forbat, Liz; Hubbard, Gill; Kearney, NoraJournal Article
Feb-2014The influence of non-modifiable illness perceptions on attendance at cardiac rehabilitationMunro, Julie; Angus, Neil J; Lauder, William; Atherton, Iain; Evans, Josie; Leslie, StephenJournal Article
Oct-2005Information for people affected by cancer in Forth ValleyHubbard, Gill; Taylor, Anne; Kearney, NoraResearch Report
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