Selected references from C4CHEd

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Aldridge, M. Purdell-Lewis J., Adcroft, L. Williams H., Eveleigh, M., Miles, E., Tameem, L. (2017) An improvement project to build resilience and promote wellbeing, North Bristol NHs Trust. POSTER

Andrews, H., Tierney, S., & Seers, K. (2020). Needing permission: the experience of self-care and self-compassion in nursing: a constructivist grounded theory study. International journal of nursing studies, 101, 103436.

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Barnes, J., Eveleigh, M., Miles, E., Williams, H., Murray, C., Savva, A., ... & Tameem, L. (2019, July). Well and resilient doctors (WARD). In ANAESTHESIA (Vol. 74, pp. 11-11). 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY (Abstract 003).

Baverstock AC, Finlay FO. Maintaining compassion and preventing compassion fatigue: a practical guide. Arch Dis Child Educ Pract Ed. 2016 Aug;101(4):170-4. doi: 10.1136/archdischild-2015-308582. Epub 2015 Oct 28. PMID: 26510446.

Beaumont, E., Irons, C., Rayner, G., & Dagnall, N. (2016). Does Compassion-Focused Therapy Training for Health Care Educators and Providers Increase Self-Compassion and Reduce Self-Persecution and Self-Criticism? Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 36, Applying Psychological Theory to Clinical Practice

Biley,A. (2020). The waiting room. In J. Watson & M. Clayton (Eds.), Caring: a passage to heart (pp. 118-120). WatsonCaring Science Institute: Lotus Library

Biley, A. (2019). Birds Hold Our Secrets. Boulder, CO: Lotus Library. Watson Caring Science Institute.

Biley,A. (2018). Remembering purpose: Anautoethnography. In W. Rosa, S.Horton-Deutsch & J. Watson (Eds.), A handbook for Caring Science (pp.633-641). New York: Springer.

Biley,A., Giovannoni, J. (2018). Pondering forgiveness in a unitary Caring Science paradigm: A reflection. International Journal of Human Caring 22:3,140-146

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Compton T. (2020) The Times Are a Changing: Culture(s) of Medicine. In: Parsons J., Chappell A. (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Auto/Biography. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Dale-Hewitt, V., & Irons, C. (2015). Compassion Focused Therapy. In Formulation in Action: Applying Psychological Theory to Clinical Practice (Eds: Dawson and Moghaddam) (Chpt 10)

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Irons, C. (2013). The science of compassion: evolutionary, neurophysiological and psychological perspectives. Journal of Holistic Healthcare, 10(3)

Ling, D., Petrakis, M., & Olver, J. H. (2021). The use of common humanity scenarios to promote compassion in healthcare workers. Australian Social Work, 74(1), 110-121.

Ling, D., Olver, J., & Petrakis, M. (2020). Investigating how viewing common humanity scenarios impacts compassion: a novel approach. The British Journal of Social Work, 50(6), 1724-1742.

Ling, D., Olver, J., & Petrakis, M. (2018). Outcomes from a Compassion Training Intervention for Health Care Workers. Czech & Slovak Social Work/Sociální Práce/Sociálna Práca, 18(4).

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MacKenzie, S. (2020) “Is all in all”: exploring spirituality with people with expressive aphasia. Journal of Disability and Religion

MacKenzie, S. and Marsh, I. (2018) The philosopher of ambiguity: exploring stories of spirituality of people with aphasia through the lens of Merleau-Ponty Journal of Disability and Religion

MacKenzie, S. (2016) Sacred work?: Exploring spirituality with therapists working with stroke patients with aphasia. Journal for the Study of Spirituality, Vol 6, issue 1

Mitchell A. and Cormack M. (1998) The Therapeutic Relationship in Complementary Health Care. Edinburgh: Churchill-Livingstone.

Mitchell, A (2016) Different voices, different stories, Clinical Psychology Forum (284), 7-10.

Nisker, J. (2010). Calcedonies: critical reflections on writing plays to engage citizens in health and social policy development. Reflective Practice, 11(4), 417-432.

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Smyth Zahra , F., & Park, S. E. A. (2020). Dental Education: Contexts and Trends. In D. Nestle, G. Reedy, L. McKenna, & S. Gough (Eds.), Clinical Education for the Health Professions (pp. 1-13). Springer.

Straughair, C., & Machin, A. (2021). Compassion in nursing: exploring the perceptions of students and academics. Nursing Standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain): 1987).

Straughair, C. (2019). Cultivating compassion in nursing: A grounded theory study to explore the perceptions of individuals who have experienced nursing care as patients. Nurse education in practice, 35, 98-103.

Straughair, C., Clarke, A., & Machin, A. (2019). A constructivist grounded theory study to explore compassion through the perceptions of individuals who have experienced nursing care. Journal of advanced nursing, 75(7), 1527-1538.

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Tobin, S. (2020). A concept analysis of compassion in healthcare practice. PhD thesis, University of Plymouth, Plymouth

Watson, J., Biley, F.C. & Biley, A.M. (2002). Aesthetics, post-modern nursing,complementary therapies and more: An Internet dialogue. Theoria: Journal of Nursing Theory, 10: 48,1-3.

West, M. (2021) Compassionate Leadership. See for an update

West, M. A., & Chowla, R. (2017). Compassionate leadership for compassionate health care. In Compassion (pp. 237-257). Routledge.

Other useful references

Beaumont, E. A., & Hollins-Martin, C. J. (2016) A proposal to support student therapists to develop. Interventions, 15(4), 289-303.http://http//usir.salford.ac.uk/id/eprint/39204

Beaumont, E., Rayner, G., Durkin, M., & Bowling, G. (2017). The effects of compassionate mind training on student psychotherapists. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice.

Durkin, M., Beaumont, E., Martin, C. J. H., & Carson, J. (2016). A pilot study exploring the relationship between self-compassion, self-judgement, self-kindness, compassion, professional quality of life and wellbeing among UK community nurses. Nurse education today, 46, 109-114.

Fogarty, L. A., Curbow, B. A., Wingard, J. R., McDonnell, K., & Somerfield, M. R. (1999). Can 40 seconds of compassion reduce patient anxiety?. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 17(1), 371-371.

Sinclair, S., Hack, T. F., MacInnis, C. C., Jaggi, P., Boss, H., McClement, S., ... & Thompson, G. (2021). Development and validation of a patient-reported measure of compassion in healthcare: the Sinclair Compassion Questionnaire (SCQ). BMJ open, 11(6), e045988.