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Type: Thesis | 2024 | University of Southampton

What might make nurses stay? A protocol for discrete choice experiments to understand NHS nurses’ preferences at early- and late-career stages - Ourega-Zoé Ejebu, Joanne Turnbull, Iain Atherton, Anne Marie Rafferty, Billy Palmer, Julia Philippou, Jane Prichard, Michelle Jamieson, Lucina Rolewicz, Matthew Williams and Jane Ball
Type: Article | 2024

The important factors nurses consider when choosing shift patterns: a cross-sectional study - Talia Emmanuel, Peter Griffiths, Carlos Lamas-Fernandez, Ourega-Zoé Ejebu and Chiara Dall'Ora
Type: Article | 2024

Primary and secondary care service use and costs associated with frailty in an ageing population: longitudinal analysis of an English primary care cohort of adults aged 50 and over, 2006–2017 - Carole Fogg, Tracey England, Shihua Zhu, Jeremy Jones, Simon de Lusignan, Simon D.S. Fraser, Paul Roderick, Andy Clegg, Scott Harris, Sally Brailsford, Abigail Barkham, Harnish P. Patel and Bronagh Walsh
Type: Article | 2024

What do we know about frailty in the adult population in England? - Carole Fogg, Bronagh Walsh and Tracey England
Type: Article | 2024

Type: Monograph | 2024

A protocol for a cross-sectional survey exploring the work lives and well-being of the mental health nursing workforce in the UK - Naomi Klepacz, Emma Wadey, Peter Griffiths, Samuel Woodnutt, Jasmine Snowden, Catherine Smith, David S. Baldwin, Gemma Simons and Jane Ball
Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Causes and solutions to workplace psychological ill-health for nurses, midwives and paramedics: the Care Under Pressure 2 realist review - Jill Maben, Cath Taylor, Justin Jagosh, Daniele Carrieri, Simon Briscoe, Naomi Klepacz and Karen Mattick
Type: Article | 2024

Direct oral anticoagulants and the risk of adverse clinical outcomes among patients with different body weight categories: a large hospital-based study - Ezekwesiri Michael Nwanosike, Hamid A Merchant, Wendy Sunter, Muhammad Ayub Ansari, Barbara R Conway and Syed Shahzad Hasan
Type: Article | 2024

A real-world exploration into clinical outcomes of direct oral anticoagulant therapy in people with chronic kidney disease: a large hospital-based study - Ezekwesiri Michael Nwanosike, Hamid A. Merchant, Wendy Sunter, Muhammad Ayub Ansari, Barbara R. Conway and Syed Shahzad Hasan
Type: Article | 2024

Type: UNSPECIFIED | 2024 | medRxiv

Type: Article | 2024 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Article | 2024

Inpatient midwifery staffing levels and postpartum readmissions – a retrospective multi-centre longitudinal study - Lesley Yvonne Turner, Christina Saville, Jane Ball, David Culliford, Chiara Dall'Ora, Jeremy Jones, Ellen Kitson-Reynolds, Paul Meredith and Peter Griffiths
Type: Article | 2024

Understanding the workforce needs of health and social care services for people living with frailty: a scoping review protocol - Bronagh Walsh, Carole Fogg, Tracey England, Francesca Lambert, Peter Griffiths, Abigail Barkham, Jane Ball, Sally Brailsford, Lee Ann Fenge, Martin Vernon and Vivienne Windle
Type: Monograph | 2024 | Open Science Framework | Item not available on this server.

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