Our 2015 Publications 

Please find below a sample of our publications. For furher information please contact the researchers direct


Alexis, O. Shillingford, A. (2015) Internationally recruited neonatal nurses experiences in the NHS in London. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 21 [4] 419-425.

Alexis, O. (2015). Internationally recruited nurses’ experiences in England: A survey approach. Nursing Outlook, 63: 238-244.

Anuruang, S., Davidson, PM., Jackson, D. & Hickman, L. (2015). Strategies to enhance recruitment of rural dwelling older people with hypertension into community-based randomised controlled trials study. Nurse Researcher. 23(1):40-43.

Appleton J.V. (In press) Section 4. Chapter 2. Vulnerable school aged children. In Debell D. Public Health for Children (2nd ed). London, Hodder.

Appleton J.V. and Sidebotham P. (In Press 2016) Editorial: 25 years of supporting professionals in safeguarding children Child Abuse Review. 25 (1): 1-5.

Appleton, J.V. (2015). The unique contribution of British health visiting to child protection practice. In Appleton J.V. and Peckover S. Child Protection, Public Health and Nursing. Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press.

Appleton J.V. and Peckover S. (2015) Child Protection, Public Health and Nursing. Edinburgh, Dunedin Academic Press.

Appleton J.V. (2015) Editorial: Working Alongside One Another. Child Abuse Review. 24 (5): 313-316.

Appleton J.V. and Sidebotham P. (2015) Editorial: The Child at the Centre of Care. Child Abuse Review. 24 (2): 77-81.

Allen, E., Jackson, D. & Elliott, D. (2015). Exploring interprofessional practices in rapid response systems, a case study protocol', Nurse Researcher, 22(3) 20-27.

Babatunde-Sowole, O., Jackson, D, Davidson, PM. & Power, T. (2015) Coming to a strange land’, the West African migrant women’s establishment of home and family in a new culture within Australia. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. DOI, 10.1177/1043659615574553

Bailey DP, Smith LR, Chrismas BC, Taylor L, Stensel DJ, Deighton K, Douglas J, Kerr CJ. (2015) Appetite and gut hormone responses to moderate-intensity continuous exercise, high-intensity interval exercise, in normoxic and hypoxic conditions. Appetite 89: 237-245.

Baker, H., Wellman, S., Lavender, V. (In press) Functional quality of life outcomes reported by men treated for localised prostate cancer: a systematic literature review. Oncology Nursing Forum.

Boulton M, Adams E, Horne A, Durrant L, Rose P, Watson E (2015) A qualitative study of cancer survivors’ responses to information on the long term and late effects of pelvic radiotherapy one to eleven years post treatment. European Journal of Cancer Care. 24(5): 734-47

Cleary, M., Usher, K. & Jackson, D. (2015). Money, money, money: not so funny in the research world. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 24 (5-6), 611-613.

Cleary, M., Escott, P., Walter, G., Horsfall, J. & Jackson, D. (2015). “Keeping the peace”: relevance of the concept for mental health nursing, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36:737-739.

Coathup, V., Wheeler, S., Smith, L. (2015) A method comparison of a Food Frequency 2 Questionnaire to measure folate, choline, betaine, vitamin-C 3 and carotenoids with 24-hour dietary recalls in women of reproductive age. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition advance online publication 30 September 2015;

Dawes H, Collett J, Debono K, Quinn L, Jones K, Kelson M, Simpson S, Playle R, Backx K, Wasley D, Nemeth A, Rosser A, Izardi H, Busse M. (2015) Exercise testing and training in people with Huntington's disease. Clin Rehab Feb;29(2):196-206]

East, L., Jackson, D., O'Brien, L. & Peters, K. (2015), Being diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI), sources of support for young women, Contemporary Nurse, 50(1), 50-57.

Ferguson, C., Moorley, C. & Jackson, D. (2015). Eight reasons why every doctoral student should have a Twitter account, Advances in Nursing Doctoral Education and Research (ANDER). 3(1):15-19.

Fernandez, HM., Hartevelt, TJV., Boccard, SGJ., Owen, SLF., Cabral, J., Deco, G., Green, AL., Fitzgerald, JJ., Aziz, TZ., Kringelbach, ML. (2015) Novel Fingerprinting Method Characterizes the Necessary and Sufficient Stuctural Connectivity From Deep Brain Stimulation Electrodes For a Successful Outcome. New J. Phys. 17 (1) 1-13

Forber, J., DiGiacomo, M., Davidson, PM., Carter, B. & Jackson, D. (2015) The context, influences and challenges for undergraduate nurse clinical education, Continuing the dialogue. Nurse Education Today. DOI, 10.1016/j.nedt.2015.07.006.

Foxcroft DR, Moreira MT, Almeida Santimano NM, Smith LA. (2015) Social norms information for alcohol misuse in university and college students. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2015 Jan 26;1:CD006748. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD006748.pub3.PMID:25622306

Green D, Arscott C, Barnett AL, Henderson L, Henderson SE, Huber J, May A, Baird G. (2015) Impairment of movement and social difficulties in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Asperger Syndrome) and Developmental Coordination Disorder - how are they perceived by the children and their teachers? in Barnett, A.L. & Sugden, D.A. (2015). Moving, Developing and Learning. A Festschrift in celebration of the career of Sheila E. Henderson. Oxford Brookes University. ISBN: 978-1-873640-87-6

Green, D. & Wilson, P.H. (2014) Applications of VR Technologies for Childhood Disability. Chapter 10 in Weiss, P.L, Keshner, E.A., Levin M.F. (Eds.) (2014) Virtual Reality for Physical and Motor Rehabilitation. New York: Springer

Green, J., Darbyshire, P., Adams, A. & Jackson, D. (2015). Desperately seeking parenthood, Neonatal nurses reflect on parental anguish, Journal of Clinical Nursing. 34(13-14),1885–1894.

Green, J., Darbyshire, P., Adams, A. & Jackson, D. (2015). The myth of the miracle baby, How neonatal nurses interpret media accounts of babies of extreme prematurity, Nursing Inquiry, 22(3), 273–28.

Green, J., Darbyshire, P., Adams, A. & Jackson, D. (2015). A burden of knowledge: A qualitative study of experiences of neonatal intensive care nurses when keeping information from parents. Journal of Child Health Care. DOI: 1367493514530957.

Green, J., Jackson, D. & Darbyshire, P. (2015). It's agony for us as well, Iatrogenic pain and extremely premature infants. Nursing Ethics. doi: 10.1177/0969733014558968

Griffith, R., Davies, K., & Lavender, V. (2015). The characteristics and experiences of anticipatory mourning in caregivers of teenagers and young adults. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 21(11), 527–533. http://doi.org/10.12968/ijpn.2015.21.11.527

Halcomb. EJ., Jackson, D., Daly, J., Gray, J., Salamonson, Y., Andrew, S & Peters, K. (2015). Insights on leadership from early career nurse academics, findings from a mixed methods study, Journal of Nursing Management. DOI: 10.1111/jonm.12317.

Hancock, C, Bettiol, S, Smith, L (2015) Socioeconomic variation in height: analysis of National Child Measurement Programme Data for England. Arch Dis Child. 2015 Sep 4. pii: archdischild-2015-308431. doi: 10.1136/archdischild-2015-308431. [Epub ahead of print]

Harvey S, Smith L, Fairclough S, Savory L, Kerr C (2015) An investigation of pupil’s levels of MVPA and VPA during physical education units focused on direct instruction and Tactical Games Models. European Physical Education Review, Vol. 21(1) 93–113.

Harvey S, Smith LR, Fairclough SJ, Savory LA, and Kerr C J (In Press). An Investigation of Pupil’s Levels of MVPA and VPA During Physical Education Units Focused on Direct Instruction and Tactical Games Models. The Physical Educator.

Hayes, C., Jackson, D., Davidson, PM. & Power, T. (2015). Nurse Interrupted, Development of a realistic medication administration simulation for undergraduate nurses. Nurse Education Today. DOI,10.1016/j.nedt.2015.07.002

Hayman, B., Wilkes, B., Halcomb, L & Jackson, D. (2015). Lesbian Women Choosing Motherhood, The Journey to Conception. Journal of GLBT Family Studies. 11(4): 395-409.

Haywood K, Brett J , Salek S, Marlett N, Penman C, Shklarov S, Norris C, Jose Santana M, Staniszewska S. Patient and Public Engagement in Health-Related Quality of Life and Patient-Reported Outcomes Research: What’s Important and Why Should We Care? Patient Engagement Symposium.Quality of Life Research. Qual Life Res. 2015 May;24(5):1069-76

Hutchinson, M. & Jackson, D. (2015). The construction and legitimation of workplace bullying in the public sector, Insight into power dynamics and organisational failures in health and social care. Nursing Inquiry, 22, 13–26.

Hutchinson, M., Daly, J., Usher, K. & Jackson, D. (2015). Leadership when there are no easy answers, applying leader moral courage to wicked problems, Journal of Clinical Nursing. DOI, 10.1111/jocn.12968

Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D.. Daly, J. & Usher, K. (2015). Distilling the Antecedents and Enabling Dynamics of Leader Moral Courage: A Framework to Guide Action, Issues in Mental Health Nursing 36(5): 326-335.

Innes, K., Jackson, D, Plummer, V. & Elliott, D. (2015) Care of patients in emergency department waiting rooms – an integrative review. Journal of Advanced Nursing. doi, 10.1111/jan.12719

Jackson, D. Hutchinson, M. & Waine, M. (2015). Virtual resonance and the animation of published research: blogs as a means to facilitate researcher feedback and stakeholder engagement. Nurse Researcher, 22 (3), 41-47.

Jackson, D., Peters, K., Andrew, S., Daly, J., Gray, J. & Halcomb, E. (2015). Walking alongside: a qualitative study of the experiences and perceptions of academic nurse mentors supporting early career nurse academics, Contemporary Nurse DOI,10.1080/10376178.2015.1081256.

Matheson L, Boulton M, Lavender V, Protheroe A, Brand S, Wanat M, Watson E. (2015) Dismantling the present and future threats of testicular cancer: a grounded theory of positive and negative adjustment trajectories. Journal of Cancer Survivorship. [Epub ahead of print]

Meaney A, Collett J, Dawes H, Howells K, Izardi H, (2015) Consistency of evoked responses to dual-stimulator, single-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation in the lower limb of people with multiple sclerosis J Clin Neuroscie

Messum, D., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2015). What employability skills are required of new health managers? Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 10(1).

Michels CT, Boulton M, Adams A, Wee B, Peters M. (2015) Psychometric properties of carer-reported outcome measures in palliative care: A systematic review Palliative Medicine. Sep 25. pii: 0269216315601930. [Epub ahead of print] doi: 10.1177/0269216315601930

Moffat P. and Appleton J.V. (2015) Getting Published in Community Practitioner. Community Practitioner. 88 (1): 16-18.

Murphy, G., Peters, K., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2015). Adult Children of Parents with Mental Illness, Navigating Stigma, Child and Family Social Work. DOI, 10.1111/cfs.12246

Murphy, G., Peters, K., Wilkes, L. & Jackson, D. (2015). Childhood Parental Mental Illness, Living with Fear and Mistrust, Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 36(4),294-299.

O'Leary TJ, Morris MG, Collett J , Howells K, (2015). Central and peripheral fatigue following non-exhaustive and exhaustive exercise of disparate metabolic demands. Scand J Med Sci Sports.[Epub ahead of print]

O'Leary TJ, Morris MG, Collett J, Howells K, (2015). Reliability of single and paired-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation in the vastus lateralis muscle. Muscle Nerve [Epub ahead of print]

Perrone, L., Vickers, MH. & Jackson, D. (2015). Financial Independence as an Alternative to Work, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 27(3),195-211.

Perryman S. and Appleton J.V. (In press) Male victims of domestic abuse: Implications for health visiting practice. Journal of Research in Nursing.

Power, T., Jackson, D., Carter, B. & Weaver, R. (2015) Misunderstood as mothers, Women’s stories of being hospitalised for illness in the post-partum period. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 71 (2), 370-80.

Power, T., Virdun, C., Sherwood, J., Parker, N., Van Balen, J., Gray, J. & Jackson, D. (2015). 'REM', A collaborative framework for building Indigenous cultural competence. Journal of Transcultural Nursing. doi: 10.1177/1043659615587589

Roe M.F.E., Appleton J.V. and Powell, C. (2015) Why was this child not brought? Editorial. Arch Dis Child. Published Online First: 3 March 2015. doi:10.1136/archdischild-2014-307856

Rossiter, C., Power, T., Fowler, C., Jackson, D., Hsylop, D. & Dawson, A. (2015). Mothering at a Distance: what incarcerated mothers value about a parenting program, Contemporary Nurse. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10376178.2015.1105108?journalCode=rcnj20

Rydon-Grange, M. & Coetzer, R. (2015). What do we know about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder following Traumatic Brain Injury? CNS Spectrums, 20 (5): 463 – 465.

Rubin G, Berendsen A, Crawford SM, Dommett R, Earle C, Emery J, Fahey T, Grassi L, Grunfeld E, Gupta S, Hamilton W, Hiom S, Hunter D, Lyratzopoulos G, Macleod U, Mason R, Mitchell G, Neal RD, Peake M, Roland M, Seifert B, Sisler J, Sussman J, Taplin S, Vedsted P, Voruganti T, Walter F, Wardle J, Watson E, Weller D, Wender R, Whelan J, Whitlock J, Wilkinson C, de Wit N, Zimmermann C. The expanding role of primary care in cancer control. Lancet Oncol. 2015 Sep;16(12):1231-72. doi: 10.1016/S1470-2045(15)00205-3

Salamonson, Y., Everett, B., Halcomb, E., Hutchinson, M., Jackson, D., Mannix, J., Peters, K. & Weaver, R. (2015). Unravelling the complexities of nursing students' feedback on the clinical learning environment: A mixed methods approach. Nurse Education Today, 35(1), 206-211.

Schertz M, Shiran S, Myers V, Weinstein M, Fattal-Valevski A, Artzi M, Ben Bashat D, Gordon AM, Green D. (In press) MRI predictors of response to intensive bimanual treatment for children with hemiplegia. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair

Silvana S. Bettiol, Tanith C. Rose, Clarissa J. Hughes, Lesley A. Smith. Alcohol Consumption and Parkinson’s Disease Risk: A Review of Recent Findings. Journal of Parkinson's Disease, 2015; 5 (3): 425 DOI: 10.3233/JPD-150533

Singh, C., Cross, W. & Jackson, D. (2015). Staff Burnout – A Comparative Study of Metropolitan and Rural Mental Health Nurses within Australia. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 36(7):528-537.

Smith, L. A., Azariah, F., Lavender, V. T., Stoner, N. S., & Bettiol, S. (2015). Cannabinoids for nausea and vomiting in adults with cancer receiving chemotherapy. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 11, CD009464. doi:10.1002/14651858.CD009464.pub2

Stayt L, Seers K, Tutton L (2015) Patients' experiences of technology and care in adult intensive care. Journal of Advanced Nursing Volume 71, Issue 9, Pages 2051-2061

Stayt L, Merriman C, Ricketts B, Morton S, Simpson T (2015) Recognizing and managing a deteriorating patient: a randomized controlled trial investigating the effectiveness of clinical simulation in improving clinical performance in undergraduate nursing students. Journal of Advanced Nursing. Volume 71, Issue 11, Pages: 2563–2574

Stayt L, Seers K, Tutton L (2015) Making sense of it: Intensive care patients’ phenomenological accounts of story construction. Nursing In Critical Care. Accepted- awaiting publication

Tarrant C, Windridge K, Baker R, Freeman G, Boulton M. (2015) ‘Falling through gaps’: primary care patients’ accounts of breakdowns in experienced continuity of care. Family Practice. 32(1):82-7.

Wanat M, Boulton M, Watson E. (2015) Patients' experience with cancer recurrence: a meta-ethnography. Psychooncology. doi: 10.1002/pon.3908. [Epub ahead of print]

Watson, E., Shinkins, B., Frith, E., Neal, D., Hamdy, F., Walter, F., Weller, D., Wilkinson, C., Faithfull, S., Wolstenholme, J., Sooriakumaran, P., Kastner, C., Campbell, C., Neal, R., Butcher, H., Matthews, M., Perera, R. and Rose, P. (2015), Symptoms, unmet needs, psychological well-being and health status in survivors of prostate cancer: implications for redesigning follow-up. BJU International. doi: 10.1111/bju.13122

Weinstein, M., Myers, V., Green, D., Schertz, M., Shiran S., Geva, R., Artzi, M., Gordon A.M., Fattal-Valevski A., Ben Bashat D. (2015) Brain Plasticity Following Intensive Bimanual Therapy in Children with Hemiplegia: Preliminary Evidence. Neural Plasticity.501, 798481.

Wilkes, L., Daly, J., Cross, W. & Jackson, D. (2015). A repertoire of leadership attributes: An international study of deans of nursing. Journal of Nursing Management. 23(3):270-286.

Wilson, D., Herd, R. Jackson, D. (2015). Confidence and connectedness: Indigenous Māori women's views on personal safety in the context of intimate partner violence. Health Care for Women International. http://www.pubfacts.com/detail/26491900/Confidence-and-connectedness-Indigenous-Mori-womens-views-on-personal-safety-in-the-context-of-intim

Wyer, M., Jackson, D., Iedema, R., Hor, S-Y., Gilbert, G., Jorm, C., O’Sullivan, M. & Carroll, K. (2015). Involving patients in understanding hospital infection control using visual methods, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24(11-12):1718-1729.http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jocn.12779/abstract