Items where SHU Author is "Turner, James"

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WILSON, Janet, STEERS, Julie, STEELE, Kath, TURNER, James and TINKER, Alison (2015). Service evaluation of community based palliative care and a hospice at home service. End of Life Journal, 5 (1), 1-11.

HEMINGWAY, Steve, WHITE, Jacquie, TURNER, James, DEWHIRST, Kate and SMITH, George (2012). The Medicine with Respect Project: A stakeholder focus group evaluation. Nurse Education in Practice, 12 (6), 310-315.

HEMINGWAY, Steve, WHITE, Jacqueline, BAXTER, Hazel, SMITH, George, TURNER, James and MCCANN, Terence (2012). Implementing a competence framework for administering medication : reporting the experiences of mental health nurses and students in the UK. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 33 (10), 657-664.

TURNER, James (2011). CAT, Metaphor and Pictures. Part 2 : an outline of the use of a pictorial metaphor in Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Reformulation, 37, 39-43.

TURNER, James (2011). CAT, metaphor and pictures : an exploration of the views of CAT therapists into the use of metaphor and pictorial metaphor. Reformulation : the newsletter for the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy, 36, 37-41.

TURNER, James and HILL, Alison (2011). Implementing clinical supervision (part 1): a review of the literature. Mental Health Nursing, 31 (3), 8-12.

TURNER, James and HILL, Alison (2011). Implementing clinical supervision (part 2): using proctor's model to structure the implementation of clinical supervision in a ward setting. Mental Health Nursing, 31 (4), 14-19.

HILL, Alison and TURNER, James (2011). Implementing clinical supervision (part 3): an evaluation of a clinical supervisor's recovery-based resource and support package. Mental Health Nursing, 31 (5), 16-20.

HEMINGWAY, S, MAGINNIS, R, BAXTER, H, SMITH, G, TURNER, James and WHITE, J (2010). The Medicine with Respect Project (MwR) Phase 1: implementing a pathway toward competency in medicine administration for mental health nurses. Mental Health Nursing, 30 (3), 12-16.

YOUNG, Andy and TURNER, James (2009). Developing inter-professional training for conflict resolution : a scoping audit and training pilot. Mental Health Review Journal, 14 (1), 4-11.

TURNER, James, GARDNER, B, STAPLES, T and CHAPMAN, J (2008). Medicines with Respect (part two): implementation and evaluation of a medication management initiative in acute in-patient settings. Mental Health Nursing, 28 (1), 12-15.

THOMPSON, Andrew R, DONNISON, Jenny, WARNOCK-PARKES, Emma, TURPIN, Graham, TURNER, James and KERR, Ian B (2008). Multidisciplinary community mental health team staff's experience of a ‘skills level’ training course in cognitive analytic therapy. International Journal Of Mental Health Nursing, 17 (2), 131-137.

TURNER, James, GARDNER, B, STAPLES, P and CHAPMAN, J (2007). Medicines with Respect : developing an integrated collaborative approach to medication management. Mental Health Nursing, 27 (6), 16-19.

Book Section

BREEZE, Jayne, COOPER, Carol, KYDD, Angela, MONKS, Suzanne, TURNER, James, SKILBECK, Julie and WILSON, Eleanor (2018). Palliative and end-of-life care in mental health. In: WRIGHT, Karen and MCKEOWN, Mick, (eds.) Essentials of Mental Health Nursing. Sage.

BAKER, John, DUXBURY, Joy and TURNER, James (2009). Key issues for medicines management in in-patient settings. In: HARRIS, Neil, BAKER, John and GRAY, Richard, (eds.) Medicines management in mental health care. Wiley-Blackwell, 223-244.


TURNER, James and MACKINTOSH, Paula (2010). A review of the effectiveness of a brief (8 session) Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) for clients with anger problems. Project Report. WellMind (Sheffield) Ltd / Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

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