Items where Kingston Author is "Li, Sarah"
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Number of items: 11.
Li, Sarah and Ng, Julie (2008) End-of-life care: nurses' experiences in caring for dying patients with profound learning disabilities--a descriptive case study. Palliative Medicine, 22(8), pp. 949-955. ISSN (print) 0269-2163
Gallagher, Ann, Li, Sarah, Wainwright, Paul, Jones, Ian Rees and Lee, Diana (2008) Dignity in the care of older people: a review of the theoretical and empirical literature. BMC Nursing, 7(11), ISSN (online) 1472-6955
Li, Sarah and Seale, Clive (2007) Learning to do qualitative data analysis: an observational study of doctoral work. Qualitative Health Research, 17(10), pp. 1442-1452. ISSN (print) 1049-7323
Li, Sarah and Seale, Clive (2007) Managing criticism in PhD supervision: a qualitative case study. Studies in Higher Education, 32(4), pp. 511-526. ISSN (print) 0307-5079
Li, Sarah and Arber, Anne (2006) The construction of troubled and credible patients: a study of emotion talk in palliative care settings. Qualitative Health Research, 16(1), pp. 27-46. ISSN (print) 1049-7323
Li, Sarah (2005) Doing criticism in 'symbiotic niceness': a study of palliative care nurses' talk. Social Science & Medicine, 60(9), pp. 1949-1959. ISSN (print) 0277-9536
Li, Sarah (2004) "Symbiotic niceness": constructing a therapeutic relationship in psychosocial palliative care. Social Science & Medicine, 58(12), pp. 2571-2583. ISSN (print) 0277-9536
Ng, J. and Li, S. (2003) A survey exploring the educational needs of care practitioners in learning disability (LD) settings in relation to death, dying and people with learning disabilities. European Journal Of Cancer Care, 12(1), pp. 12-19. ISSN (print) 0961-5423
Conference or Workshop Item
Li, Sarah (2008) Acquiring a sociological identity: an observational study of a PhD project. In: Medical Sociolgogy Group Annual Conference; 04 - 06 Sep 2008, University of Sussex, Brighton.
Li, Sarah (2003) Symbiotic niceness: a study of psychosocial care in palliative care settings. (PhD thesis), Kingston University and St George's, University of London.