Items where Kingston Author is "Marshall-Lucette, Sylvie"
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Harris, Ruth, Ooms, Ann, Grant, Robert, Marshall-Lucette, Sylvie, Chu, Christine Sek Fun, Sayer, Jane and Burke, Linda (2013) Equality of employment opportunities for nurses at the point of qualification: an exploratory study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 50(3), pp. 303-313. ISSN (print) 0020-7489
Forbat, Liz, White, Isabella, Marshall-Lucette, Sylvie and Kelly, Daniel (2012) Discussing the sexual consequences of treatment in radiotherapy and urology consultations with couples affected by prostate cancer. BJU international, 109(1), pp. 98-103. ISSN (print) 1464-4096
Harris, R., Marshall-Lucette, S., Chu, C., Ooms, A., Burke, L., Grant, R. and Sayer, J. (2011) Employment opportunities for newly qualified nurses in London. In: RCN International Nursing Conference; 16-18 May 2011, Harrogate, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Marshall-Lucette, Sylvie and Gale, Julia (2009) The development of a care delivery model within a psychiatric setting: an evidence-based partnership approach. In: International Nursing Research Congress: Focusing on evidence based practice; 13 - 17 Jul 2009, Vancouver, Canada. (Unpublished)
Marshall-Lucette, Sylvie, Ponto, Maria and Akroyd, Karen (2008) A widening participation project: evaluating academic tutor support models for the development of practice guidance within the Faculty of Health & Social Care Sciences. (Project Report) London, UK : Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Kingston University and St George's, University of London. 64 p. ISBN 9780954989095
Brennan, Arthur, Ayers, Susan, Ahmed, Hafez and Marshall-Lucette, Sylvie (2007) A critical review of the Couvade syndrome: the pregnant male. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 25(3), pp. 173-189. ISSN (print) 0264-6838
Brennan, Arthur, Marshall-Lucette, Sylvie, Ayers, Susan and Ahmed, Hafez (2007) A qualitative exploration of the Couvade syndrome in expectant fathers. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 25(1), pp. 18-39. ISSN (print) 0264-6838