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Podcasts for Journal of Research in Nursing

  • Podcast Number 6: Professor Dawn Freshwater, guest editor of the March 2014 focus edition of the Journal of Research in Nursing, talks to Dr Philip Esterhuizen from the University of Leeds and Dr Vicki Drury, Principal Consultant, Educare Consulting, Australia. The discussion focuses around leadership in nursing and nursing research and accompanies the March 2014 (19.2) focus edition of the journal on Culture & Leadership.


  • Podcast Number 5: Is research itself a psychological intervention? How do we research psychological interventions? These are some of the questions posed by Professor Dawn Freshwater, guest editor of the March 2013 (18.2) focus edition of the Journal of Research in Nursing on the topic of Talking Therapies. Recorded at the Annual RCN International Nursing Research Conference, Professor Freshwater talks about the field of psychological therapies and mental health, and introduces the papers in the focus issue. Important questions are raised about funding, recruitment, profile and implications for policy. Professor Freshwater is interviewed by Dr Ann McMahon, co-editor-in-chief of the Journal.
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  • Podcast Number 4: Guest Editor Professor Annie Topping is in conversation with Journal of Research in Nursing author Lisa Sheeran to discuss the development and trial of a patient-led cancer care website. Lisa’s research is published in a special issue of the Journal with the focus ‘Impact of Technology on Practice’. This issue published as Volume 17, Number 6, 2012.
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  • Podcast Number 3: Editor-in-Chief Dr Ann McMahon interviews guest editor Dr Cheryll Adams. Listen to this podcast as an accompaniment to the focus issue 'child and family public health in practice', published as Volume 17 Number 2 of the Journal of Research in Nursing.
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  • Podcast Number 2: Christine Duffield and Joan Almost discuss the consequences of executive turnover in the healthcare system to compliment a focus issue on nursing workforce research, published in 16.6 of Journal of Research in Nursing.