Items where SHU Author is "May, Daryl"
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KERR, A. and MAY, D. (2011). An exploratory study looking at the relationship marketing techniques used in the music festival industry. Journal of Retail & Leisure Property, 9 (5), 451-464.
MAY, D. (2010). Facilities management help desks. Journal of Facilities Management, 8 (3), 214-225.
MAY, D. and CLARK, L. (2009). Achieving patient-focused maintenance services/systems. Journal of facilities management, 7 (2), 128-141.
PAYNE, H. and MAY, D. (2009). Evaluation of a refurbishment scheme incorporating the King's Fund “Enhancing the healing environment” design principles. Journal of facilities management, 7 (1), 74-89.
MAY, D. and PRICE, I. (2009). A revised approach to performance measurement for health-care estates. Health services management research, 22 (4), 151-157.
PRICE, I. and MAY, D. (2008). Lean healthcare assets challenge FM performance measurement conventions. In: European Facility Management Conference 2008, 7th EuroFM Research Symposium, Manchester, June 10 2008.
MAY, D. and PINDER, J. (2008). The impact of facilities management on patient outcomes. Facilities, 26 (5/6), 213-228.
WHITEHEAD, H., MAY, D. and AGAHI, H. (2007). An exploratory study into the factors that influence patients' perceptions of cleanliness in an acute NHS trust hospital. Journal of facilities management, 5 (4), 275-289.
MILLER, L. and MAY, D. (2006). Patient choice in the NHS: How critical are facilities services in influencing patient choice? Facilities, 24 (9/10), 354-364.
MAY, D., AGAHI, H., ASKHAM, P. and NELSON, M. M. (2006). Agenda for Change: views and experiences from estates and facilities staff. Journal of facilities management, 4 (4), 224-233.
MAY, D. and SUCKLEY, L. (2005). Ward housekeepers in mental health environments. Facilities, 23 (13/14), 608-620.
MAY, D. and ASKHAM, P. (2005). Recruitment and retention of estates and facilities staff in the NHS. Facilities, 23 (9/10), 426-437.
MAY, D. and SMITH, L. (2003). Evaluation of the new ward housekeeper role in UK NHS Trusts. Facilities, 21 (7/8), 168-174.