Items where Kingston Author is "Collington, Val"
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Finnerty, Gina and Collington, Val (2013) Practical coaching by mentors: student midwives' perceptions. Nurse Education in Practice, 13(6), pp. 573-577. ISSN (print) 1873-5223
Ross, Fiona, Marks-Maran, Di, Tye, Christopher, Collington, Val and Hudson, Andy (2013) Leadership of practice disciplines in universities: the case of nurses and teachers. (Discussion Paper) London, U.K. : Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. 35 p. ISBN 9781906627522
Collington, Val, Mallik, Maggie, Doris, Faye and Fraser, Diane (2012) Supporting the midwifery practice-based curriculum: the role of the link lecturer. Nurse Education Today, 32(8), pp. 924-929. ISSN (print) 0260-6917
Norrie, Caroline, Hammond, John, Collington, Valentina and Fook, Jan (2012) Doing it differently? A review of literature on teaching reflective practice across health and social care professions. Reflective Practice, 13(4), pp. 565-578. ISSN (print) 1462-3943
Mallik, Maggie, Fraser, Diane M, Collington, Val and Gibb, Susan (2011) Delivering the pre registration midwifery curriculum: findings from the UK MINT project. Evidence Based Midwifery, 9(3), pp. 76-83. ISSN (print) 1479-4489
Collington, Val (2009) The midwife. In: Doel, Mark and Shardlow, Steven M., (eds.) Educating professionals: practice learning in health and social care. Surrey, U.K. : Ashgate. pp. 93-110. ISBN 9780754648116
Collington, Val (2007) Professional socialisation: learning the culture of midwifery within an interprofessional context. In: Unhealthy professional boundaries? Working together in health and social care; 04 - 05 Dec 2007, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Collington, Val and Hunt, Sheila C (2006) Reflection in midwifery education and practice: an exploratory analysis. Evidence Based Midwifery, 4(3), pp. 76-82.
Collington, Valentina C (2005) An investigation into the perceived influence of reflective journal writing in the process of pre-registration midwifery students' experiential learning. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.