Affiliation: St George's
- Ethical aspects of withdrawing and withholding treatmentPaul Wainwright
Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
Nurs Stand 21:46-50. 2007..Further ethical issues discussed relate to judgements about the futility of treatment, patient autonomy and nurses' duty of care to patients at the end of life...
- On different types of dignity in nursing care: a critique of NordenfeltPaul Wainwright
Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, UK
Nurs Philos 9:46-54. 2008..In this article, we will explore some of the background to the dignity debate in UK nursing and health care, give a brief overview of Nordenfelt's position, offer some criticisms of his work and propose some modifications to his view...
- The use of vignettes within a Delphi exercise: a useful approach in empirical ethics?Paul Wainwright
Kingston University and St George s University of London, Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Kingston, UK
J Med Ethics 36:656-60. 2010..They develop their argument in part by reference to their experience of using this approach in their recent research...
- Dignity in the care of older people - a review of the theoretical and empirical literatureAnn Gallagher
Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Kingston University and St George s University of London, Kingston Hill, KT2 7LB, UK
BMC Nurs 7:11. 2008..If nurses are to provide dignified care clarification is an essential first step...
- Understanding general practitioners' conflicts of interests and the paramountcy principle in safeguarding childrenPaul Wainwright
Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences, Kingston University and St George s University of London, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames KT2 7LB, UK
J Med Ethics 36:302-5. 2010..They argue for a more subtle and nuanced view of interests and of conflicts of interest in safeguarding children...
- Sticking to our principlesPauline Ford
Emerg Nurse 16:4-5. 2008
- Everything we doPauline Ford
Nurs Manag (Harrow) 15:7. 2008
- Real nursing? The development of telenursingHelen A Snooks
Centre for Health Information, Research and Evaluation, Swansea University, UK
J Adv Nurs 61:631-40. 2008..This paper is a report of a study to understand the impact of telenursing from the perspective of nurses involved in its provision, and in more traditional roles...
- 'The answer to whatever problems the forums face is not their abolition'Paul Wainwright
Nurs Times 103:12. 2007
- Phenomenology as a paradigm of movementFrances Rapport
Qualitative Health Research, Swansea University, Swansea Medical School, Swansea, Wales, UK
Nurs Inq 13:228-36. 2006..If we consider the universality of such imagery, looking to examples through parallel texts, we can obtain insights into phenomenology and its transposition into a workable scientific method that can be of use to the nurse researcher...
- The ethical divideAnn Gallagher
Faculty of Health and Social Care, Open University
Nurs Stand 20:22-5. 2005..Discussion of ethics in health care tends to concentrate on issues with a 'gee-whizz' factor. Health care is a moral enterprise and, therefore, nursing has moral ends...
- 'On the quest for a theory of nursing'-- a responsePaul Wainwright
School of Health Science Centre for Philosophy and Health Care, University of Wales Swansea, Swansea, UK
Nurs Philos 4:255-8. 2003