Ann Wakefield*
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Learning together: clinical skills teaching for medical and nursing students
K Tucker, A Wakefield, C Boggis, M Lawson, T Roberts, J Gooch
Medical education 37 (7), 630-637, 2003
Nurses’ responses to death and dying: a need for relentless self-care
A Wakefield
International Journal of Palliative Nursing 6 (5), 245-251, 2000
Patient safety in an English pre-registration nursing curriculum
M Attree, H Cooke, A Wakefield
Nurse Education in Practice 8 (4), 239-248, 2008
Patient safety: do nursing and medical curricula address this theme?
A Wakefield, M Attree, I Braidman, C Carlisle, M Johnson, H Cooke
Nurse education today 25 (4), 333-340, 2005
Facilitating reproductive choices: the impact of health services on the experiences of young women with breast cancer
RJ Lee, A Wakefield, S Foy, SJ Howell, AM Wardley, AC Armstrong
Psycho‐oncology 20 (10), 1044-1052, 2011
Learning together: use of simulated patients with nursing and medical students for breaking bad news
A Wakefield, S Cooke, C Boggis
International journal of palliative nursing 9 (1), 32-38, 2003
The potential advantages and disadvantages of introducing interprofessional education into the healthcare curricula in Spain
MJP Méndez, NC Armayor, MTD Navarlaz, A Wakefield
Nurse Education Today 28 (3), 327-336, 2008
Methodological aspects in the assessment of safety culture in the hospital setting: a review of the literature
MJ Pumar-Méndez, M Attree, A Wakefield
Nurse education today 34 (2), 162-170, 2014
The expectations and experiences of blended learning approaches to patient safety education
AB Wakefield, C Carlisle, AG Hall, MJ Attree
Nurse Education in Practice 8 (1), 54-61, 2008
Assistant or substitute: exploring the fit between national policy vision and local practice realities of assistant practitioner job descriptions
A Wakefield, K Spilsbury, K Atkin, H McKenna, G Borglin, L Stuttard
Health Policy 90 (2-3), 286-295, 2009
Searching and critiquing the research literature
A Wakefield
Nursing Standard (2014+) 28 (39), 49, 2014
‘I never realised that doctors were into feelings too’: changing student perceptions through interprofessional education
S Cooke, C Chew‐Graham, C Boggis, A Wakefield
Learning in Health and Social Care 2 (3), 137-146, 2003
Interprofessional education in a midwifery curriculum: the learning through the exploration of the professional task project (LEAPT)
C Furber, J Hickie, K Lee, A McLoughlin, C Boggis, A Sutton, S Cooke, ...
Midwifery 20 (4), 358-366, 2004
Are carbohydrate drinks more effective than preoperative fasting: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials
L Noba, A Wakefield
Journal of clinical nursing 28 (17-18), 3096-3116, 2019
Synthesising the literature as part of a literature review
A Wakefield
Nursing Standard (2014+) 29 (29), 44, 2015
Mapping the introduction of assistant practitioner roles in acute NHS (hospital) trusts in England
K Spilsbury, L Stuttard, J Adamson, K Atkin, G Borglin, D McCaughan, ...
Journal of Nursing Management 17 (5), 615-626, 2009
Evaluation of The development and impact of assistant practitioners supporting the work of ward-based registered nurses in acute NHS (Hospital) Trusts in England
K Spilsbury, J Adamson, K Atkin, C Bartlett, K Bloor, G Borglin, R Carr-Hill, ...
Final report. London: NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation programme, 2010
Breaking bad news: qualitative evaluation of an interprofessional learning opportunity
A Wakefield, S Cocksedge, C Boggis
Medical Teacher 28 (1), 53-58, 2006
Pain: an account of nurses' talk
AB Wakefield
Journal of Advanced Nursing 21 (5), 905-910, 1995
Challenges and opportunities associated with the introduction of assistant practitioners supporting the work of registered nurses in NHS acute hospital trusts in England
K Spilsbury, J Adamson, K Atkin, K Bloor, R Carr-Hill1, D McCaughan, ...
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 16 (1_suppl), 50-56, 2011
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