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Becoming connected, being caring
This paper highlights perspectives on action research in education, health and social care and was originally presented as a keynote at the International Practitioner Research Conference and Collaborative Action Research ...
Psychoanalytically informed action research in an NHS continuing care unit for older people : exploring and developing care staff’s work with complex loss and grief
There are studies about the emotional and social aspects of loss and grief in continuing care environments such as care homes and hospital wards, but researchers have tended to focus on either the cultural aspect of the ...
Promoting adequate nutrition : using artificial feeding
An earlier article in this series (Holman et al 2005a) identified that in some circumstances the decision is made to administer artificial feeding. Here, Cheryl Holman, Sally Roberts and Maggie Nicol describe the reasons ...
Moving from victim blaming to an appreciative inquiry : exploring quality of life in care homes
This paper highlights the need for researchers to work across disciplinary boundaries in order to capture the complexity that care practitioners have to engage with everyday in care home settings. Drawing on findings from ...