Dr Kirsten Jack
Dr Kirsten Jack
Professor of Nursing Education, Manchester Metropolitan University
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The influence of role models in undergraduate nurse education
K Jack, C Hamshire, A Chambers
Journal of clinical nursing 26 (23-24), 4707-4715, 2017
“My mentor didn't speak to me for the first four weeks”: Perceived unfairness experienced by nursing students in clinical practice settings
K Jack, C Hamshire, WE Harris, M Langan, N Barrett, C Wibberley
Journal of clinical nursing 27 (5-6), 929-938, 2018
Promoting self-awareness in nurses to improve nursing practice.
K Jack, A Smith
Nursing standard 21 (32), 47-54, 2007
Reflective practice: a meaningful task for students
A Smith, K Jack
Nursing Standard (through 2013) 19 (26), 33, 2005
The wicked problem of healthcare student attrition
C Hamshire, K Jack, R Forsyth, AM Langan, WE Harris
Nursing inquiry 26 (3), e12294, 2019
Exploring self-awareness in mental health practice
K Jack, E Miller
Mental Health Practice 12 (3), 2008
The meaning of emotion work to student nurses: A Heideggerian analysis
K Jack, C Wibberley
International journal of nursing studies 51 (6), 900-907, 2014
The use of poetry writing in nurse education: An evaluation
K Jack
Nurse Education Today 35 (9), e7-e10, 2015
Learning to lead: A scoping review of undergraduate nurse education
JME Scammell, JLA Apostolo, M Bianchi, RDP Costa, K Jack, ML Luiking, ...
Journal of nursing management 28 (3), 756-765, 2020
“Putting the words ‘I am sad’, just doesn't quite cut it sometimes!”: The use of art to promote emotional awareness in nursing students
K Jack
Nurse Education Today 32 (7), 811-816, 2012
The meaning of compassion fatigue to student nurses: an interpretive phenomenological study
K Jack
Journal of Compassionate Health Care 4, 1-8, 2017
Using poems to explore the meaning of compassion to undergraduate nursing students
KF Jack, J Tetley
International Practice Development Journal 6 (1), 1-13, 2016
Effective communication with older people
K Jack, C Ridley, S Turner
Nursing older people 35 (3), 2023
Rhyme and reason-using poetry to talk to underserved audiences about environmental change
S Illingworth, K Jack
Climate Risk Management 19, 120-129, 2018
Community profiling as part of a health needs assessment
K Jack, M Holt
Nursing Standard (through 2013) 22 (18), 51, 2008
Using extant literature in a grounded theory study: a personal account
L Yarwood-Ross, K Jack
Nurse researcher 22 (4), 2015
The meaning of living with uncertainty for people with motor neurone disease
DA Harris, K Jack, C Wibberley
Journal of clinical nursing 27 (9-10), 2062-2071, 2018
‘Saying it without saying it’: using poetry as a way to talk about important issues in nursing practice
K Jack, S Illingworth
Journal of Research in Nursing 22 (6-7), 508-519, 2017
A hermeneutical study of professional accountability in nursing
L Chesterton, J Tetley, N Cox, K Jack
Journal of clinical nursing 30 (1-2), 188-199, 2021
‘She would wash the patients as if she was scrubbing a dirty plate in the sink’: exploring nursing students experiences of care delivery
K Jack, T Levett-Jones, R Ion, J Pich, R Fulton, AM Ylonen, C Hamshire
Nurse education today 90, 104444, 2020
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