23 Works

Encouraging academic literacy by undergraduate science publication

Jason Truscott

Streamlining the diagnostic pathway for suspected sarcoma patients

Rowen Hicks

Pelvic radiation disease and the role of the gut microbiome in gynaecology cancer patients

Sophie Bennett

Developing a nature-based treatment manual for use within CAMHS community services

Gemma Morshead

Sustained pressure ulcer reduction through validation of incidents

Melissa Beer & Beverly Tarbox

A pager system as an aid to improve theatre recovery experience of children and patients with learning disability

Lynda Lloyd-Davies & Cheridan Morrell-Davies

How Covid-19 has changed research and practice

Frazer Underwood & Jill Shawe

Proposing preceptorship programme changes to improve newly qualified nurse retention rates

Sam Newton

Nurturing clinical academic talent

Frazer Underwood & Jill Shawe

Experiences of midwives working in rural communities

Samantha Gale & Sandra Hogan

Our Chief Nurse Research Fellowship Programme

Frazer Underwood, Helen Lyndon, Lisa Burrows & Jill Shawe

The development of a midwifery competency document for mechanical induction of labour

Amy Keates

Patient information for low back and/or spinal related leg pain: creation of a local online resource

Richard Keates

Response of the Specialist Frailty Nursing Team to the Covid-19 Pandemic

Suzanne Lugg

Healthy Pregnancy at Scanning: A locally driven project for smoking cessation in pregnancy

Trudie Roberts

Reducing Hospital Acquired Pressure Damage on Roskear Ward

Holly Murrell

Improving proactive and preventative community-based dementia care from within the acute trust

Caroline Ellis, Emily Oliver & Rachel Johnstone

Meaningful activities on an acute older people’s ward

Hayley Townsend

Risk reduction and early identification of breast cancer related breast lymphoedema

Emma Underwood

Covid-19: Have we been more in tune with our patients?

Sarah Brown

Registration Year

  • 2022

Resource Types

  • Journal Article


  • University of Plymouth