Items where SHU Author is "Ball, Linda"

Up a level
Export as [feed] RSS
Group by: Item Type | Full Text | No Grouping
Jump to: Article | Monograph
Number of items: 12.

Article

BALL, Linda (2012). Midwifery education : making sense of the current challenges. British Journal of Midwifery, 20 (7), 516-520.

BALL, Linda and NASR, Nasrin (2011). A qualitative exploration of a health trainer programme in two UK Primary Care Trusts. Perspectives in Public Health, 131 (1), 24-31.

MOUNTAIN, Gail, MOZLEY, Caroline, CRAIG, Claire and BALL, Linda (2008). Occupational therapy led health promotion for older people : feasibility of the Lifestyle Matters Programme. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 7 (10), 406-413.

CURTIS, P., BALL, L. and KIRKHAM, M. (2006). Ceasing to practise midwifery: working life and employment choices. British journal of midwifery, 14 (6), 336-338.

CURTIS, P., BALL, L. and KIRKHAM, M. (2006). Flexible working patterns: balancing service needs or fuelling discontent? British journal of midwifery, 14 (5), 260-264.

CURTIS, P., BALL, L. and KIRKHAM, M. (2006). Bullying and horizontal violence: cultural or individual phenomena? British journal of midwifery, 14 (4), 218-221.

CURTIS, P., BALL, L. and KIRKHAM, M. (2006). Working together? Indices of division within the midwifery workforce. British journal of midwifery, 14 (3), 138-141.

CURTIS, P., BALL, L. and KIRKHAM, M. (2006). Management and morale: challenges in contemporary maternity care. British journal of midwifery, 14 (2), 100-103.

CURTIS, P., BALL, L. and KIRKHAM, M. (2006). Why do midwives leave? (Not) being the kind of midwife you want to be. British journal of midwifery, 14 (1), 27-31.

BALL, L. (2004). Setting the scene for the paramedic in primary care: a review of the literature. Emergency medicine journal., 22 (12), 896-900.

BALL, L. (2003). Low birth weight: exploring an enigma of failure. British journal of midwifery, 12 (6), 374-379.

Monograph

file
WILKINSON, Katherine, BALL, Linda and BROOKES, Elaine (2008). An evaluation of the workbook for health trainers in prisons and the wider community: based on the Royal Institute of Public Health Level 2 award: understanding health improvement. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University.

This list was generated on Thu Jul 31 00:19:42 2014 IST.