Items where SHU Author is "Furness, Penny"
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FURNESS, Penny J, ARDEN, Madelynne A, DUXBURY, Alexandra M S, HAMPSHAW, Susan M, WARDLE, Carrie and SOLTANI, Hora (2015). Talking about weight in pregnancy : an exploration of practitioners' and women's perceptions. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 5 (2), 89-102.
SOLTANI, Hora, DUXBURY, Alexandra, ARDEN, Madelynne, DEARDEN, Andrew, FURNESS, Penny and GARLAND, Carolyn (2015). Maternal obesity management using mobile technology : a feasibility study to evaluate a text messaging based complex intervention during pregnancy. Journal of Obesity, 111 (5 pt.2), 1-10.
MORGAN, Jim, ABBOTT, Rachel, FURNESS, Penny and WEBSTER-SPRIGGS, Stuart (2013). Perceptions of accident risk among on-track machine workers : an interview study. In: DADASHI, Nastaran, SCOTT, Anita, WILSON, John R. and MILLS, Ann, (eds.) Rail human factors : supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction. London, CRC Press, 445-452.
FURNESS, Penny, ARMITAGE, Helen and PITT, Richard (2012). Establishing and facilitating practice-based interprofessional learning: experiences from the TUILIP project. Nursing Reports.
FURNESS, Penny, ARMITAGE, Helen and PITT, Richard (2012). Qualitative evaluation of three practice-based interprofessional learning initiatives : application of the 'contact hypothesis. International Journal of Medical Education, 3, 83-91.
SOLTANI, Hora, FURNESS, Penny, MCSEVENY, Kerry, ARDEN, Madelynne, GARLAND, Carolyn, SUSTAR, Helena and DEARDEN, Andy (2012). Women's and midwives' perspectives on the design of a text messaging support for maternal obesity services. Journal of Obesity.
FURNESS, Penny J, MCSEVENY, Kerry, ARDEN, Madelynne, GARLAND, Carolyn, DEARDEN, Andy and SOLTANI, Hora (2011). Maternal obesity support services: a qualitative study of the perspectives of women and midwives. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 11 (69).
MORGAN, Jim, ABBOTT, Rachel, FURNESS, Penny and WEBSTER-SPRIGGS, Stuart (2013). Perceptions of accident risk among on-track machine workers : an interview study. In: DADASHI, Nastaran, SCOTT, Anita, WILSON, John R. and MILLS, Ann, (eds.) Rail human factors : supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction. Leiden, Netherlands, CRC/Balkena, 445-452.
ABDULJALIL, K, FURNESS, Penny, JOHNSON, TN, ROSTAMI-HODJEGAN, A and SOLTANI, Hora (2012). Anatomical, physiological and metabolic changes with gestational age during normal pregnancy : a database for parameters required in physiologically based pharmacokinetic modelling. Clinical Pharmacokinetics, 51 (6), 365-396.
FURNESS, Penny, ARMITAGE, Helen and PITT, Richard (2011). An evaluation of practice-based interprofessional education initiatives involving service users. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 25 (1), 46-52.
FURNESS, Penny and GARRUD, Paul (2010). Adaptation after facial surgery: using the diary as a research tool. Qualitative Health Research, 20 (2), 262-272.
GLAZEBROOK, Cris, FURNESS, Penny, TAY, Jasmine, ABBAS, Kirsty and SLAVESKA-HOLLIS, Karmen (2009). Development of a scale to assess the attitudes of paediatric staff to caring for children with medically unexplained symptoms: Implications for the role of CAMHS in paediatric care. Child And Adolescent Mental Health, 14 (2), 104-108.
FURNESS, Penny J, GLAZEBROOK, Cris, TAY, Jasmine, ABBAS, Kirsty and SLAVESKA - HOLLIS, Karmen (2009). Medically unexplained physical symptoms in children: exploring hospital staff perceptions. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 14 (4), 575-587.
FURNESS, P., FAULDER, A., GARRUD, P. and SWIFT, J. (2006). Coming to terms: a grounded theory of adaptation to facial surgery in adulthood. Journal of Health Psychology, 11 (3), 453-466.
FURNESS, P. (2005). Exploring supportive care needs and experiences of facial surgery patients. British journal of nursing.
FURNESS, Penny (2005). Exploring supportive care needs and experiences of facial surgery patients. British Journal of Nursing, 14 (12), 641-645.
FURNESS, Penny (2003). Facing the future: Considering psychosocial issues surrounding facial transplants. The Psychologist , 16 (10), 538-540.