Search query:

Filter by date

Results 1 - 4 of 4 Search Tips

Insider ethnography: tinker, tailor, researcher or spy?

01 July 2007

Nurse Researcher

General

Maxine Simmons reflects on her experiences as an ‘insider’ ethnographer – a senior manager undertaking research with nurse consultants within her own employing...

Researcher or nurse? Difficulties of undertaking semi-structured interviews on sensitive topics

24 September 2014

Nurse Researcher

Role conflict

Aim To reflect on the author’s personal and professional journey when undertaking semi-structured interviews on sensitive topics with potentially vulnerable people....

Role conflict: appropriateness of a nurse researcher’s actions in the clinical field

01 April 2005

Nurse Researcher

General

This study aimed to judge the appropriateness of a particular nurse researcher’s actions in a vignette from the clinical field, and to explore frameworks used to...

Tensions within management roles in healthcare organisations

Nursing Management

evidence & practice

Aim Aim This article reports the results of a study that gives an insight into ward leaders' perspectives of their leadership role and explores how they deliver...
5 Most Read Articles
  1. Delegation: a key function of nursing

    DELEGATION IS not a new function of professional nursing...

  2. Change management and quality

    LIKE ALL nursing procedures, change involves assessment,...

  3. Ten steps to carrying out a SWOT analysis

    A SWOT ANALYSIS is an effective way of identifying your...

  4. Coaching and mentoring nursing students

    COACHING AND MENTORING are processes that help develop and...

  5. Person-centred care

    WHEN DEVISING national healthcare policies, the Department...