Kingston University & St. George's Univerity of London
89 papers found
What Works to Improve and Manage Fecal Incontinence in Care Home Residents Living With Dementia? A Realist Synthesis of the Evidence
Physician associates in primary health care in England: A challenge to professional boundaries?
Physician associates in England's hospitals: a survey of medical directors exploring current usage and factors affecting recruitment
Supporting people living with dementia and faecal incontinence
Patients’ experiences of consultations with physician associates in primary care in England: A qualitative study
Specifying the content of home-based health behaviour change interventions for older people with frailty or at risk of frailty: an exploratory systematic review
Physician Associate and General Practitioner Consultations: A Comparative Observational Video Study
Identifying the content of home-based health behaviour change interventions for frail older people: A systematic review protocol
Helping Aged Victims of Crime (the HAVoC Study): Common Crime, Older People and Mental Illness – ERRATUM
Reducing and managing faecal incontinence in people with advanced dementia who are resident in care homes: protocol for a realist synthesis
Physician associates and GPs in primary care: a comparison
Changing practice in dementia care in the community: developing and testing evidence-based interventions, from timely diagnosis to end of life (EVIDEM).
Specialist nursing and community support for the carers of people with dementia living at home: An evidence synthesis
Exploring access and attitudes to regular sexually transmitted infection screening: the views of young, multi-ethnic, inner-city, female students
Helping Aged Victims of Crime (the HAVoC Study): Common Crime, Older People and Mental Illness.
Evaluation of the suitability of root cause analysis frameworks for the investigation of community-acquired pressure ulcers: a systematic review and documentary analysis
Investigating the contribution of physician assistants to primary care in England: a mixed-methods study
Trends over time in prescribing by English primary care nurses: a secondary analysis of a national prescription database
Continence care for people with dementia at home.
Continence care for people with dementia at home
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