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Starting where I am: a grounded theory exploration of mindfulness as a facilitator of transition in living with a long-term condition
Aim To explore how practising mindfulness affects people’s experiences of living with a long-term condition. Background Increasing evidence suggests that mindfulness meditation-based interventions benefit people with ...
Dementia carer perspectives: the construction of explanations and the conditional/consequential matrix
This article focuses upon the consideration and utilization of the Conditional/Consequential Matrix (CCM) within a critical realist and grounded theory approach in order to make sense of the experiences of Asian carers ...
How breastfeeding can be an emotional rollercoaster: A qualitative study of primigravid women in Lincolnshire
To develop an understanding of primiparous women’s experiences and challenges of breastfeeding in the early postpartum period (6-8 weeks)
A grounded theory study of midwives experiences of supporting women to have a lotus birth
(ICM 30th Triennial Congress 1-5th June 2014. Prague. Concurrent paper, 2014)
This grounded theory study was devised to explore with midwives their experience of supporting women who have chosen to have a Lotus Birth (LB), in order to inform midwifery practice in the future when supporting women in ...
An exploration of how women in the UK perceive the provision of care received in an early pregnancy assessment unit: an interpretive phenomenological analysis
(BMJ Open, 2018-08-17)
Objective The objective of the study was to explore how women experience care within an early pregnancy assessment unit (EPAU) and how they are helped to understand, reconcile and make sense of their loss and make informed ...
Can solicited diaries provide a different insight into healthcare research: Researcher perspectives from a study of women's experiences of breastfeeding
(RSN Publishing, 2016-01-22)
Background This paper discusses the use of diaries as a research tool to explore women's experiences of breastfeeding. Aim A phenomenological methodology was used to explore women's experiences of breastfeeding in the ...
The involvement of cancer patients in the four stages of decision-making preceding continuous sedation until death: A qualitative study
Background: Involving patients in decision-making is considered to be particularly appropriate towards the end of life. Professional guidelines emphasize that the decision to initiate continuous sedation should be ...