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Professor Paul Gill

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Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Paul Gill

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  • A kaleidoscope of well-being to authentically represent the voices of children and young people with complex cerebral palsy: a case study series, Pickering, D., Gill, P., Reagon, C. 26 Mar 2024, In: Disability and Rehabilitation
  • CSP2023: 72 - Facilitators and barriers regarding the implementation and interprofessional collaboration of a first contact physiotherapy service in primary care in Wales, Lewis, M., Gill, P. 18 Jun 2024, In: Physiotherapy
  • Health professionals implicit bias of patients with low socioeconomic status (SES) and its effects on clinical decision-making: a scoping review, Job, C., Adenipekun, B., Cleves, A., Gill, P., Samuriwo, R. 2 Jul 2024, In: BMJ Open
  • Importance of patient and public involvement in doctoral research involving people living with dementia, Smith, C., Baillie, J., Gill, P. 12 Jun 2024, In: Nurse Researcher
  • Perceptions of peritonitis risk, prevention, diagnosis and stigma: Findings from a mixed methods study with patients and relatives using peritoneal dialysis, Baillie, J., Gill, P., Courtenay, M. 1 Jun 2024, In: Journal of Renal Care
  • The use of creative case studies to explore non-verbal and non-ambulant children and young people's well-being, Pickering, D., Gill, P., Reagon, C. 1 Jun 2024, In: Physiotherapy
  • The clinical decision‐making process involved in end of life care for people with dementia in primary care: A protocol paper, Smith, C., Gill, P., Baillie, J. 1 Jul 2023, In: Journal of Advanced Nursing
  • Dialysis, Distress, and Difficult Conversations: Living with a Kidney Transplant, McKeaveney, C., Noble, H., Courtney, A., Griffin, S., Gill, P., Johnston, W., Maxwell, A., Teasdale, F., Reid, J. 23 Jun 2022, In: Healthcare (Switzerland)
  • End-of-life care for people with severe mental illness: mixed methods systematic review and thematic synthesis of published case studies (the MENLOC study), Coffey, M., Edwards, D., Anstey, S., Gill, P., Mann, M., Meudell, A., Hannigan, B. 22 Feb 2022, In: BMJ Open
  • End-of-life care for people with severe mental illness: the MENLOC evidence synthesis, Hannigan, B., Edwards, D., Anstey, S., Coffey, M., Gill, P., Mann, M., Meudell, A. Mar 2022, In: Health and Social Care Delivery Research

Nursing PhD May 08 2007


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