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Karen Staniland is involved with the promotion of flexible, work-based learning and e-learning in nursing. Her main research interests lie in healthcare quality improvement in relation to clinical governance. She has edited two books, one on mentorship and one on clinical skills. She is currently engaged in writing a book on qualitative research methods for nurses and healthcare professionals.
The sixth conference of the EU-SSSI was organised and held at the University of Salford, Greater Manchester, UK in July 2015. Building on previous successful EU-SSSI conferences, most recently at Aalborg (2014) and Uppsala (201... more >>.
Public interest in the use and reuse of health data for public health improvement has rarely been higher. In the UK, public involvement in research is defined as research conducted ‘with’ or ‘by’ members... more >>.
The medical sociological study of hospitals as organizations has declined significantly in the last thirty years. As Davies (2003) noted, however, hospitals have changed a great deal and, instead of constantly recycling c... more >>.
With Greg Smith
Best paper Award
Choosing Wisely UK, British Society for Rheumatology Clinicians’ recommendations, more >>.
This study aims to improve disease management for rheumatoid arthritis patients by collecting information using a smartphone app. Using a smartphone information is entered between hospital visits about disease symptoms, such as... more >>.
Cloudy with a chance of pain is the world's first smartphone-based study to investigate the association between the weather and rheumatoid arthritis. Website: https://www.cloudywithachanceofpain.com/