Items where Kingston Author is "Nash, Theresa"

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Article

Nash-Patel, Theresa, Schrivener, Hannah and Dean, Sashane (2021) ‘We have been supported to move out of our comfort zone and challenge our assumptions’. Student Nursing Times,

Paliokosta, Paty and Nash, Theresa (2019) Fighting for our rights : perceived gains from transforming the curriculum through a narrative of activism. International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education, 10(2), pp. 4041-4047. ISSN (online) 2042-6364

Nash, Theresa (2014) When two worlds connect. Nursing Standard, 29(10), p. 66. ISSN (print) 0029-6570

French, Kathy, Ward, Sue, McRae, Judy and Nash, Theresa (2004) Emergency contraception. Nursing Standard, 18(42), pp. 49-54. ISSN (print) 0029-6570

Book Section

Nash, Theresa, Cierach, Kasia and Forte, Denise (2011) Pilot results: production of a multimedia resource to develop entrepreneurial learning within health and social care students: the h2hconnection workshop. In: Linsey, Tim, (ed.) Quality enhancement in learning and teaching: How Kingston University is improving the student experience. Kingston University Academic Development Centre. pp. 20-22. (Unpublished)

Forrest, Simon and Nash, Theresa (2007) Difference and diversity as determinants of health: ethnicity, gender and disability. In: DeBell, Dianne, (ed.) Public health practice & the school-age population. London, U.K. : Hodder Arnold. pp. 37-56. ISBN 9780340907207

Case Study

Paliokosta, Panagiota [Collaborator] and Nash, Theresa [Collaborator] (2021) Transforming the curriculum through a narrative of activism. Internal Kingston University Report, unpublished.

Conference or Workshop Item

Ooms, Ann, Chandler, Karen, Chavrimootoo, Danielle, Crighton, Elizabeth, Francois, Judith, Gale, Julia, Howard, Louise, Inch, Jessica, Nash, Theresa, Price, Jayne and Ryan, Nicola (2020) Clinical placement experiences of nursing students during COVID-19. In: Kingston University Festival of Research; 29 Jun - 10 Jul 2020, Kingston, U.K. [Held online]. (Unpublished)

Paliokosta, Paty and Nash, Theresa (2018) ‘Fighting for our Rights’, Transforming the curriculum through engagement with real-life experiences. In: World Congress on Special Needs Education (WCSNE-2018); 10-13 Dec 2018, Cambridge, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Nash, Theresa (2009) Outcomes from a cross sector knowledge transfer partnership: Heritage2Health. In: Innovation through knowledge transfer 2009: research with impact; 02 Dec 2009, East Molesey, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Nash, Theresa (2007) 'Heritage2Health': a new cross-generational, pan-disability, cross-disciplinary approach to shared learning: preliminary results. In: Unhealthy professional boundaries? Working together in health and social care; 04 - 05 Dec 2007, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Monograph

McCutcheon, Dominic [Contributor], Nelson, Jackie [Contributor], Maxwell, Jan [Contributor], Nash, Theresa [Contributor] and de Sousa, Marcelle [Contributor] (2013) Adolescence: boundaries and connections: an RCN guide for working with young people. (Manual) London, U.K. : Royal College of Nursing.

Nash, Theresa, Needham, John, Greenwood, Nan, Forrest, Simon and Towell, Tony (2007) Adolescence: boundaries, connections and dilemmas. The report of an RCN survey into how nurses support young people in health care settings. (Project Report) London, UK : Royal College of Nursing. 52 p. ISBN 9781904114888

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