Items where SHU Author is "Gordon, Frances"

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BURTON, Maria, KILNER, Karen, GORDON, Frances, COLLINS, Karen, WYLD, Lynda, LIFFORD, Kate, ALLISON, Annabel and REED, Malcolm (2017). Information needs and decision-making preferences of older women offered a choice between surgery and primary endocrine therapy for early breast cancer. Psych-oncology.

MURRAY-DAVIS, Beth, MARSHALL, Michelle and GORDON, Frances (2014). Becoming an interprofessional practitioner: factors promoting the application of pre-qualification learning to professional practice in maternity care. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 28 (1), 8-14.

MCCLIMENS, Alex and GORDON, Frances (2009). People with intellectual disabilities as bloggers: what's social capital got to do with it anyway? Journal of intellectual disabilities, 13 (1), 19-30.

MCCLIMENS, Alex and GORDON, Frances (2008). Presentation of Self in E-veryday Life: How People Labelled with Intellectual Disability Manage Identity as They Engage the Blogosphere. Sociological Research Online, 13 (4).

WALSH, Claire, GORDON, Frances, MARSHALL, Michelle, WILSON, Fiona and HUNT, Tim (2005). Interprofessional capability: A developing framework for interprofessional education. Nurse Education in Practice, 5 (4), 230-237.

GORDON, Frances and WALSH, Claire (2005). A framework for interprofessional capability: Developing students of health and social care as collaborative workers. Journal of Integrated Care, 13 (3), 26-33.

GORDON, Frances, WILSON, Fiona, HUNT, Tim, MARSHALL, Michelle and WALSH, Claire (2004). Involving patients and service users in student learning: Developing practice and principles. Journal of Integrated Care, 12 (6), 28-35.


WALSH, Claire L. (2019). Putting on a show : educator experiences of facilitating interprofessional simulation. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

JOUBERT, Marelize (2017). Social work students' perceptions of readiness to practice: a mixed methods approach. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

JOHNSON, David (2015). Exploration of a new conceptualisation of leadership, utilising an appreciative inquiry approach. Doctoral, sheffield Hallam University.

NUTBROWN, Susan A. (2015). The experience of nurse partnership in general practice: A thematic analysis. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

FEGAN, Colette M. (2014). Emerging as a worker: Mental health service users' transformation through volunteering. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

XERRI DE CARO, John. (2014). The Bologna Process and physiotherapy education across Europe. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

KENYON, Lynn (2014). The culture of community engagement from participant perspectives: implications for health visiting. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

STOKES MULENGA, Henry. (2013). Staff perceptions of the 'Hospital at Night' in an NHS hospital. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

RHODES, Caroline J. (2011). Allegations against people working with children: a study of initial decision making. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

CHING, Yung-Chieh. (2010). User and family-centred mental health services in Taiwan : Exploring the possibilities. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)..

COSTA-D'SA, Fanny F. (2007). Experiencing a first surgical consultation : patients' interaction in an outpatient clinic. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.

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