Items where SHU Author is "Nightingale, Julie"

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie, MCNAMARA, Joanna and POSNETT, Joanne (2019). Challenges in recruitment and retention: Securing the therapeutic radiography workforce of the future. Radiography, 25 (1), 1-3.

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie, HARDY, M. and SNAITH, B. (2018). Embedding consultant radiographer roles within radiology departments: a framework for success. Radiography, 24 (4), 289-297.

NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2018). Thinking differently about specialist imaging education. Radiography, 23 (3), 179-180.

NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2018). Spotlight on the 'humble' chest x-ray. Radiography, 24 (1), 1-2.

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KNAPP, K.M., WRIGHT, C., CLARKE, H., MCANULLA, S.J. and NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2017). The academic radiography workforce: Age profile, succession planning and academic development. Radiography, 23 (Supp 1), S48-S52.

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LAWAL, Olanrewaju, MURPHY, Fred, HOGG, Peter and NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2017). Health behavioural theories and their application to women's participation in mammography screening. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, 48 (2), 122-127.

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie, MURPHY, F., EATON, C. and BORGEN, R. (2017). A qualitative analysis of staff-client interactions within a breast cancer assessment clinic. Radiography, 23 (1), 38-47.

KULSHRESTHA, Randeep Kumar, VINJAMURI, Sobhan, ENGLAND, Andrew, NIGHTINGALE, Julie and HOGG, Peter (2016). The role of 18F-Sodium Fluoride PET/CT bone scans in the diagnosis of metastatic bone disease from breast and prostate cancer. Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology, 44 (4), 217-222.

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie and SNAITH, B. (2016). A tribute to a patient safety pioneer – Mr Robert L. Law. Radiography, 22 (Supp 1), S1-S2.

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2016). Establishing a radiography research culture – Are we making progress? Radiography, 22 (4), 265-266.

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COWARD, Joanne, NIGHTINGALE, Julie and HOGG, Peter (2016). The clinical dilemma of incidental findings on the low-resolution CT images from SPECT/CT MPI studies. Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology, 44 (3), 167-172.

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2016). Radiography education funding – Crisis or opportunity? Radiography, 22 (2), 105-106.

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie and MCNULTY, Jonathan (2016). Advanced practice : maximising the potential of the modern radiographer workforce. HealthManagement, 16 (3).

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie, MURPHY, F.J., ROBINSON, L., NEWTON-HUGHES, A. and HOGG, P. (2015). Breast compression – An exploration of problem solving and decision-making in mammography. Radiography, 21 (4), 364-369.

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LAWAL, O., MURPHY, F.J., HOGG, P., IRURHE, N. and NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2015). Mammography screening in Nigeria – a critical comparison to other countries. Radiography, 21 (4), 348-351.

NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2015). Editorial – Systematic reviews in radiography. Radiography, 21 (3), p. 213.

NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2015). Radiography research as a global community. Radiography, 21 (2), 108-109.

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MURPHY, Fred, NIGHTINGALE, Julie, HOGG, Peter, ROBINSON, Leslie, SEDDON, Doreen and MACKAY, Stuart (2015). Compression force behaviours: An exploration of the beliefs and values influencing the application of breast compression during screening mammography. Radiography, 21 (1), 30-35.

NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2015). Investing in our reviewers. Radiography, 21 (1), 1-2.

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie, BORGEN, Rita, PORTER-BENNETT, Lisa and SZCZEPURA, Katy (2015). An audit to investigate the impact of false positive breast screening results and diagnostic work-up on re-engagement with subsequent routine screening. Radiography, 21 (1), 7-10.

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HARDY, Maryann and NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2014). Paper 1: Conceptualizing the transition from advanced to consultant practitioner: career promotion or significant life event? Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, 45 (4), 356-364.

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HARDY, Maryann and NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2014). Paper 2: Conceptualizing the transition from advanced to consultant practitioner: role clarity, self-perception, and adjustment. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, 45 (4), 365-372.

NIGHTINGALE, Julie and BEARDMORE, Charlotte (2014). Lettre à la Rédactrice en Chef. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, 45 (3), 198-199.

NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2014). Putting patients first. Radiography, 20 (3), p. 177.

NIGHTINGALE, Julie (2014). A time of transition. Radiography, 20 (2), p. 93.

Book Section

NIGHTINGALE, Julie, MURPHY, Fred J. and BORGEN, Rita M. (2015). Client-practitioner interactions within breast care services. In: HOGG, Peter, KELLY, Judith and MERCER, Claire, (eds.) Digital Mammography. Springer, 97-104.

Conference or Workshop Item

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NIGHTINGALE, Julie and SEVENS, Trudy (2019). Degree apprenticeships: a new educational model for radiography in the United Kingdom. In: European Congress of Radiology, Vienna, Austria., Austria Center, Vienna, 27th February 2019 - 3rd March 2019. EPOS.

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