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Supporting failing students in practice: The experience of nurse academics (2015)
Journal Article
Hadland, R. (2015). Supporting failing students in practice: The experience of nurse academics. Mental Health Nursing -London-, 35(1), 16-20

A focus group explored the experiences of nurse academics working at a university in the UK, who are experienced in supporting nursing students who are not meeting NMC standards. The focus group examined how the role is managed in relation to underpe... Read More about Supporting failing students in practice: The experience of nurse academics.

'It felt so real': Simulating authentic shared learning experiences for undergraduate mental health and child branch students (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Hadland, R., & Kenny, G. (2014, September). 'It felt so real': Simulating authentic shared learning experiences for undergraduate mental health and child branch students. Presented at 20th International Network for Psychiatric Nursing Research RCN Conference and Exhibition

Self-harm has been estimated to effect 1 in 15 young people (Young Minds, 2013) and frequently leads to hospital admissions, where young people are likely to encounter children’s nurses and mental health practitioners. Yet, there are limited experien... Read More about 'It felt so real': Simulating authentic shared learning experiences for undergraduate mental health and child branch students.

Delivering a mentorship conference: An evaluation (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Hadland, R., Parks, S., & Knowles, R. (2014, February). Delivering a mentorship conference: An evaluation. Presented at RCN Education Forum National Conference and Exhibition

The challenges of partnership working between higher education institutions and healthcare organisations have been well documented within the literature. Suggestions have been made that competing demands brought about by policy changes in both nurse... Read More about Delivering a mentorship conference: An evaluation.

The challenge of dignity in mental health (2014)
Journal Article
Hadland, R., & Lambert, N. (2014). The challenge of dignity in mental health. British Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 3(3), 132-136. https://doi.org/10.12968/bjmh.2014.3.3.132

Dignity is preserved and compromised through our words and actions; so what is it that we need to say and do? Our understanding of dignity is changeable and influenced by culture; therefore, it needs to be revisited from time to time. Mental health n... Read More about The challenge of dignity in mental health.

Dignity, disgust and compassion: Nursing with humanity (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Hadland, R., Watkins, L., & Lambert, N. (2013, September). Dignity, disgust and compassion: Nursing with humanity. Presented at 17th International Reflective Practice Conference 2013

Newly appointed academics’ experiences of marking. Written feedback: A foreign language that is lost in translation. The creation and use of an online staff development resource (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Sales, R., & Hadland, R. (2013, September). Newly appointed academics’ experiences of marking. Written feedback: A foreign language that is lost in translation. The creation and use of an online staff development resource. Poster presented at Nurse Education Today 2013

As with many other HEI's within the United Kingdom, external examiners continue to praise the feedback that is given to students and yet this is not reflected in national student experience surveys. Indeed according to Price et al (2011), students ha... Read More about Newly appointed academics’ experiences of marking. Written feedback: A foreign language that is lost in translation. The creation and use of an online staff development resource.

Preserving dignity: Nursing with humanity (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Hadland, R., & Lambert, N. (2013, June). Preserving dignity: Nursing with humanity. Presented at Innovation in Health & Social Care Learning and Teaching: HEA Health & Social Care 2013 Annual Conference

Community art project for excluded teenagers (2010)
Journal Article
Hadland, R., & Stickley, T. (2010). Community art project for excluded teenagers. Mental Health Practice, 13(6), 18-23

This article describes a study of the experiences of young people who took part in a community art project in an inner-city area after being excluded permanently from school. The study used descriptive phenomenology to investigate their experiences.... Read More about Community art project for excluded teenagers.


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