Items where SHU Author is "Nancarrow, Susan"
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MCLEAN, Sionnadh, GEE, Melanie, BOOTH, Andrew, SALWAY, Sarah, NANCARROW, Susan, COBB, Mark and BHANBHRO, Sadiq (2014). Targeting the use of reminders and notifications for uptake by populations (TURNUP): a systematic review and evidence synthesis. Health Services and Delivery Research, 2 (34).
NANCARROW, Susan, MORAN, A and ENDERBY, P (2011). Defining and identifying common elements of and contextual influences on the roles of support workers in health and social care: a thematic analysis of the literature. Journal Of Evaluation In Clinical Practice, 17 (6), 1191-1199.
MORAN, A, NANCARROW, Susan and ENDERBY, P (2011). Defining and identifying common elements of and contextual influences on the roles of support workers in health and social care : a thematic analysis of the literature. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 17 (6), 1191-1199.
BORTHWICK, A, SHORT, A, NANCARROW, Susan and BOYCE, R (2010). Non-medical prescribing in Australasia and the UK : the case of podiatry. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 3 (1).
MCCLIMENS, Alex, NANCARROW, Susan, MORAN, A,, ENDERBY, P. and MITCHELL, C. (2010). "Riding the bumpy seas": Or the impact of the Knowledge Skills Framework component of the Agenda for Change initiative on staff in intermediate care settings. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 24 (1), 70-79.
MCCLIMENS, Alex, NANCARROW, Susan, MORAN, A, ENDERBY, P and MITCHELL, C (2010). 'Riding the bumpy seas': or the impact of the Knowledge Skills Framework component of the Agenda for Change initiative on staff in intermediate care settings. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 24 (1), 70-79.
DIXON, S, KAAMBWA, B, NANCARROW, Susan, BRYAN, S and MARTIN, G (2010). The relationship between staff skill mix, costs and outcomes in intermediate care services. BMC Health Services Research, 10.
NANCARROW, Susan, MORAN, A M and PARKER, S G (2009). Understanding service context: development of a service pro forma to describe and measure elderly peoples' community and intermediate care services. Health & Social Care In The Community, 17 (5), 434-446.
NANCARROW, Susan, MORAN, A, FREEMAN, J, ENDERBY, P, DIXON, S, PARKER, S and BRADBURN, M (2009). Looking inside the black box of community rehabilitation and intermediate care teams in the United Kingdom: an audit of service and staffing configuration. Quality in primary care, 17 (5), 323-333.
REGEN, Emma, MARTIN, Graham, GLASBY, Jon, HEWITT, Graham, NANCARROW, Susan and PARKER, Hilda (2008). Challenges, benefits and weaknesses of intermediate care: results from five UK case study sites. Health & Social Care In The Community, 16 (6), 629-637.
NANCARROW, Susan, MORAN, Anna, ENDERBY, Pamela, PARKER, Stuart, DIXON, Simon, MITCHELL, Caroline, BRADBURN, Michael, MCCLIMENS, Alex, GIBSON, Clare, JOHN, Alex, BORTHWICK, Alan and BUCHAN, Jim (2008). The impact of workforce flexibility on older peoples’ services. International journal of therapy and rehabilitation, 15 (9), 374-375.
PICKSTONE, Caroline, NANCARROW, Susan, COOKE, Jo, VERNON, Wesley, MOUNTAIN, Gail, BOYCE, Rosalie A. and CAMPBELL, Jackie (2008). Building research capacity in the allied health professions. Evidence & Policy, 4 (1), 53-69.
COOKE, J, NANCARROW, Susan, DYAS, J and WILLIAMS, M (2008). An evaluation of the 'Designated Research Team' approach to building research capacity in primary care. BMC Family Practice, 9 (37).
COOKE, J., NANCARROW, S., HAMMERSLEY, V., FARNDON, L. and VERNON, W. (2006). The 'Designated Research Team' approach to building research capacity in primary care. Primary health care research and development, 7 (1), 78-86.
NANCARROW, S. A., SHUTTLEWORTH, P., TONGUE, A. and BROWN, L. (2005). Support workers in intermediate care. Health and social care in the community, 13 (4), 338-344.
NANCARROW, S. A. and BORTHWICK, A. M. (2005). Dynamic professional boundaries in the healthcare workforce. Sociology of health and illness, 27 (7), 897-919.
MARTIN, G. P., NANCARROW, S. A., PARKER, H., PHELPS, K. and REGEN, E. L. (2005). Place, policy and practitioners: on rehabilitation, independence and the therapeutic landscape in the changing geography of care provision to older people in the UK. Social science & medicine, 61 (9), 1893-1904.
NANCARROW, S. (2004). Dynamic role boundaries in intermediate care services. Journal of interprofessional care, 18 (2), 141-151.
NANCARROW, S. (2003). Promoting flexibility in the intermediate care workforce. Journal of integrated care, 11 (6), 25-30.
BOYCE, R A, BORTHWICK, A, MORAN, M and NANCARROW, Susan (2011). Health workforce reform, interprofessional education and practice and the division of labour. In: CHESTERS, J, KITTO, S, THISTLETHWAITE, J and REEVES, S, (eds.) Sociology of interprofessional health care practice : critical reflections and concrete solutions. Health care issues, costs and access . Nova Science Publishers, 185-205.
ENDERBY, Pam, ARISS, Steven, SMITH, Tony, NANCARROW, Susan, BRADBURN, Mike, HARROP, Deborah, PARKER, Stuart, MCDONNELL, Ann, DIXON, Simon, RYAN, Tony, HAYMAN, Alex and CAMPBELL, Michael (2012). Enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of community based services for older people: a secondary analysis to inform service delivery. Project Report. Sheffield, School of Health and Related Research.
NANCARROW, Susan, ENDERBY, Pam, ARISS, Steven, SMITH, Tony, BOOTH, Andrew, CAMPBELL, Michael, CANTRELL, Anna and PARKER, Stuart (2012). The impact of enhancing the effectiveness of interdisciplinary working. Section 1. Project Report. National Institute for Health Research.