Affiliation: Nottingham City Hospital
- Suitable dressings for toenail bed wounds: a literature reviewB King
J Wound Care 12:276-80. 2003
- Pain at first dressing change after toenail avulsion: the experience of nurses, patients and an observer: 1B King
Sheffield Community, UK
J Wound Care 12:5-10. 2003..Patients' perceptions of their pain were investigated, along with nurses' experience of redressing toenail beds, their technique and their interaction with patients, especially in relation to pain prevention...
- Pain at first dressing change after toenail avulsion 2: findings and discussion of the data analysisB King
J Wound Care 12:69-75. 2003..In part two of her award-winning paper, Brenda King discusses the patients' and nurses' responses to questions on expectations and pain...
- A review of research investigating pain and wound careB King
J Wound Care 12:219-23. 2003..Health-care professionals need to understand pain development and assessment, which should be undertaken at every treatment. This review outlines available research findings and highlights the problems that exist in measuring pain...
- Putting words into action: the JWC/Mölnlycke Scholarship from the winner's perspectiveB King
J Wound Care 12:244-5. 2003
- Three centres of excellence for care of lymphoedema patientsB King
J Wound Care 12:328-9. 2003
- JWC/MöInlycke Scholarship: the winner's achievements one year onB King
J Wound Care 13:8. 2004
- Is this leg ulcer venous? Unusual aetiologies of lower leg ulcersB King
Sheffield Community, Sheffield, UK
J Wound Care 13:394-6. 2004
- Engineering a safe landing: engaging medical practitioners in a systems approach to patient safetyC Brand
Clinical Epidemiology and Health Service Evaluation Unit, The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Intern Med J 37:295-302. 2007..The aim of this study was to determine medical practitioner awareness of, level of engagement in and barriers to engagement in a systems approach to patient safety and quality...