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Developing a typology of the roles public contributors undertake to establish legitimacy: A longitudinal case study of patient and public involvement in a health network (2020)
Journal Article
Barker, J., Moule, P., Evans, D., Phillips, W., & Leggett, N. (2020). Developing a typology of the roles public contributors undertake to establish legitimacy: A longitudinal case study of patient and public involvement in a health network. BMJ Open, 10(5), https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019-033370

Objective To identify how public contributors established their legitimacy in the functioning of a patient and public involvement programme at a health network. Design A longitudinal case study with three embedded units (projects) involving public co... Read More about Developing a typology of the roles public contributors undertake to establish legitimacy: A longitudinal case study of patient and public involvement in a health network.

Preparing non-medical clinicians to deliver GP out-of-hours services: lessons learned from an innovative approach (2018)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Clompus, S., Lockyer, L., Coates, D., & Ryan, K. (2018). Preparing non-medical clinicians to deliver GP out-of-hours services: lessons learned from an innovative approach. Education for Primary Care, 29(6), 376-380. https://doi.org/10.1080/14739879.2018.1516517

© 2018, © 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Despite the need to develop a non-medical out-of-hours (OOHs) workforce to address increasing healthcare demands and to support a strained GP workforce, there is no consensus on... Read More about Preparing non-medical clinicians to deliver GP out-of-hours services: lessons learned from an innovative approach.

Addressing “Wicked Problems”: Promoting the supply of innovations into complex healthcare networks (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Phillips, W., Okeke, U., Jens, R., Conway, S., & Moule, P. (2018, June). Addressing “Wicked Problems”: Promoting the supply of innovations into complex healthcare networks. Paper presented at 9th Annual Edsi Conference "Decision Sciences For The New Global Economy" Udine & Venice – June 3rd To June 6th, 2018

“Wicked problems” are complex, open-ended and intractable, encompassing public sector challenges such as poverty, healthcare problems, and unemployment which markets and bureaucracies often fail to address. It is proposed that inter-organisational ne... Read More about Addressing “Wicked Problems”: Promoting the supply of innovations into complex healthcare networks.

Evaluating the implementation of a quality improvement process in General Practice using a realist evaluation framework (2018)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Clompus, S., Ellis-Jones, J., Barker, J., & Fieldhouse, J. (2018). Evaluating the implementation of a quality improvement process in General Practice using a realist evaluation framework. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 24(4), 701-707. https://doi.org/10.1111/jep.12947

© 2018 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Rationale, aims, and objectives: Underuse of anticoagulants in atrial fibrillation is known to increase the risk of stroke and is an international problem. The National Institute for Health Care and Excellence guidanc... Read More about Evaluating the implementation of a quality improvement process in General Practice using a realist evaluation framework.

Evaluation and its importance for nursing practice (2017)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Armoogum, J., Douglass, E., & Taylor, J. (2017). Evaluation and its importance for nursing practice. Nursing Standard, 31(35), 55-63. https://doi.org/10.7748/ns.2017.e10782

This article discusses the importance of evaluation of service delivery in nursing practice which is becoming increasingly used and led by nurses who are well placed to evaluate service and practice delivery. We start by defining evaluation of servic... Read More about Evaluation and its importance for nursing practice.

Practical guidance on undertaking a service evaluation (2016)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Armoogum, J., Dodd, E., Donskoy, A. L., Douglass, E., Taylor, J., & Turton, P. (2016). Practical guidance on undertaking a service evaluation. Nursing Standard, 30(45), 46-51. https://doi.org/10.7748/ns.2016.e10277

This article describes the basic principles of evaluation, focusing on the evaluation of healthcare services. It emphasises the importance of evaluation in the current healthcare environment and the requirement for nurses to understand the essential... Read More about Practical guidance on undertaking a service evaluation.

A devolved model for public involvement in the field of mental health research: Case study learning (2015)
Journal Article
Moule, P., & Davies, R. (2016). A devolved model for public involvement in the field of mental health research: Case study learning. Health Expectations, 19(6), 1302-1311. https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.12426

Abstract Background: Patient and public involvement in all aspects of research is espoused and there is a continued interest in understanding its wider impact. Existing investigations have identified both beneficial outcomes and remaining issues.... Read More about A devolved model for public involvement in the field of mental health research: Case study learning.

Men affected by prostate cancer: A survey of general practitioner’s learning needs (2015)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Pollard, K., & Gibbard, E. (2015). Men affected by prostate cancer: A survey of general practitioner’s learning needs. Education for Primary Care, 25, 257-262

Background: With incidence rates for prostate cancer increasing each year in the UK, information and support for men with prostate cancer is crucial, yet GPs have identified this as an area where they lack knowledge and confidence. Prostate Cancer U... Read More about Men affected by prostate cancer: A survey of general practitioner’s learning needs.

Developing and evaluating guidelines for patient and public involvement (PPI) in research (2015)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Pollard, K., Donskoy, A. L., Moule, P., Donald, C., Lima, M., & Rice, C. (2015). Developing and evaluating guidelines for patient and public involvement (PPI) in research. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 28(2), 141-155. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJHCQA-01-2014-0001

© Emerald Group Publishing Limited Purpose – A growing literature reports the benefits and challenges of patient and public involvement (PPI) in research; nevertheless, understanding PPI in research design remains under-developed. The purpose of this... Read More about Developing and evaluating guidelines for patient and public involvement (PPI) in research.

Virtual patients: Development in cancer nursing education (2015)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Pollard, K., Armoogum, J., & Messer, S. (2015). Virtual patients: Development in cancer nursing education. Nurse Education Today, 35(7), 875-880. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2015.02.009

© 2015 Elsevier Ltd. Background: The number of men diagnosed with prostate cancer is increasing and internationally there are high incidence rates. It is important that nurses and healthcare professionals are enabled to provide appropriate care to th... Read More about Virtual patients: Development in cancer nursing education.

The challenge of rescheduling nursing staff: Informing the development of a mathematical model decision tool (2014)
Report
Clark, A., Moule, P., Brodie, L., & Topping, A. (2014). The challenge of rescheduling nursing staff: Informing the development of a mathematical model decision tool

Executive Summary: This report presents the findings and recommendations from a preliminary investigation into how an NHS organisation manages sudden nursing staff shortfalls. Unexpected staff absences, which can occur on a daily basis, can impact on... Read More about The challenge of rescheduling nursing staff: Informing the development of a mathematical model decision tool.

Public involvement in research: Assessing impact through a realist evaluation (2014)
Journal Article
Evans, D., Coad, J., Cottrell, K., Dalrymple, J., Davies, R., Donald, C., …Sayers, R. (2014). Public involvement in research: Assessing impact through a realist evaluation. Health Services and Delivery Research, 2(36), 1-128. https://doi.org/10.3310/hsdr02360

Background This study was concerned with developing the evidence base for public involvement in research in health and social care. There now is significant support for public involvement within the National Institute for Health Research, and resear... Read More about Public involvement in research: Assessing impact through a realist evaluation.

Factors affecting carers’ acceptance and use of support (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Pollard, K., Moule, P., & Thompson, R. (2014, April). Factors affecting carers’ acceptance and use of support. Paper presented at RCN 2014 Annual International Nursing Research Conference

Background: Individuals caring informally for chronically ill/disabled friends or relatives are themselves particularly susceptible to stress and even ill-health (Greenwood et al, 2013; O’Shaughnessy 2010), with potentially significant implications f... Read More about Factors affecting carers’ acceptance and use of support.

An integrated approach for individualised support: Carers' views (2014)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Pollard, K., Clarke, J., Lawson, B., Fear, C., Thompson, R., & Young, P. (2014). An integrated approach for individualised support: Carers' views. Journal of Integrated Care, 22(5/6), 253-262. https://doi.org/10.1108/JICA-09-2014-0034

© Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Purpose - The purpose of this paper was to capture carers' views of a service in Bristol funded jointly by the Local Authority and the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group, which offers support to carers in the form of... Read More about An integrated approach for individualised support: Carers' views.

Nursing research: An introduction (2013)
Book
Moule, P., & Goodman, M. (2013). Nursing research: An introduction. Sage pub

Nursing Research: An Introduction answers all your questions on the nursing research process. It gives you the knowledge you need to understand nursing research, evidence-based practice and critical appraisal so you can complete your own project and... Read More about Nursing research: An introduction.

Using the Plan-Do-Study-Act model: Pacesetters experiences (2013)
Journal Article
Moule, P., Evans, D., & Pollard, K. (2013). Using the Plan-Do-Study-Act model: Pacesetters experiences. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 26(7), 593-600. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJHCQA-09-2011-0053

Purpose: This article aims to analytically review the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) model used in the Pacesetters national programme evaluation. Design/methodology/approach: The evaluation team's two-fold role is outlined: supporting project teams to deve... Read More about Using the Plan-Do-Study-Act model: Pacesetters experiences.

Rescheduling nursing shifts: Scoping the challenge and examining the potential of mathematical model based tools (2013)
Journal Article
Clark, A., Moule, P., Topping, A., & Serpell, M. (2015). Rescheduling nursing shifts: Scoping the challenge and examining the potential of mathematical model based tools. Journal of Nursing Management, 23(4), 411-420. https://doi.org/10.1111/jonm.12158

© 2013 John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Aim: To review research in the literature on nursing shift scheduling/rescheduling, and to report key issues identified in a consultation exercise with managers in four English National Health Service trusts to inform... Read More about Rescheduling nursing shifts: Scoping the challenge and examining the potential of mathematical model based tools.

Learning together, working together: An evaluation of experiences of a pilot programme for partnership between unions and management in the health service (2012)
Journal Article
Young, P., Moule, P., Evans, D., Simmons, S., Crack, M., & Mayo, G. (2012). Learning together, working together: An evaluation of experiences of a pilot programme for partnership between unions and management in the health service. Nurse Education Today, 32(5), 501-505. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2011.07.009

This article describes an innovative initiative to support partnership working between trade unions and management in three National Health Service Trusts, by means of shared participation in a series of learning and development days. Although there... Read More about Learning together, working together: An evaluation of experiences of a pilot programme for partnership between unions and management in the health service.


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