Browsing by Author Darbyshire, P

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1-Jan-2015Balancing hope with reality: How neonatal nurses manage the uncertainty of caring for extremely premature babiesGreen, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
1-Dec-2015A burden of knowledge: A qualitative study of experiences of neonatal intensive care nurses’ concerns when keeping information from parentsGreen, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
1-Jan-2015Desperately seeking parenthood: Neonatal nurses reflect on parental anguishGreen, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
Jan-2006Epilogue: Adolescent health: We have a long way to goJackson, DE; Darbyshire, P
Jan-2009Intergenerational Reflections On Doctoral Supervision In NursingJackson, DE; Darbyshire, P; Luck, L; Peters, K
1-Mar-2016It’s agony for us as well: Neonatal nurses reflect on iatrogenic painGreen, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
Jan-2006Life in the 'family friendly' 21st Century:Finding the balance between work and familyJackson, DE; Darbyshire, P
1-Jan-2015Looking like a proper baby: Nurses' experiences of caring for extremely premature infantsGreen, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
1-Jan-2015The myth of the miracle baby: How neonatal nurses interpret media accounts of babies of extreme prematurityGreen, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
1-Nov-2018Neonatal nurses’ response to a hypothetical premature birth situation: What if it was my baby?Green, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
2017Neonatal nurses’ response to a hypothetical premature birth situation: What if it was my baby?.Green, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
1-Nov-2017Quality versus quantity: The complexities of quality of life determinations for neonatal nursesGreen, J; Darbyshire, P; Adams, A; Jackson, D
1-Jan-2004Using a strengths approach to understand resilience and build health capacity in families.Darbyshire, P; Jackson, D