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Bristow, I.R. and Ersser, S. J., 2004. Inflammatory Skin Conditions: Psoriasis and Eczema in Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists Continuing Development Series. Podiatry Now, 7 (12), S1-S8.
Belchamber, C.A. and Gousy, M.H., 2004. Rehabilitative care in a specialist palliative day care centre: A study of patient's perspectives. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 11 (9), pp. 425-34.
Bond, C. S., 2004. Surfing or drowning? Student nurses’ Internet skills. Nurse Education Today, 24 (3), pp. 169-173.
Brookes, J., Ersser, S. J., Lloyd, A.J. and Ryan, T.J., 2004. Nurse-led Education Sets out to improve Patient Concordance and Prevent Recurrence of Leg Ulcers. Journal of Wound Care, 13 (3), pp. 111-116.
Bond, C. S., 2004. Researching online: virtually the same? In: 5th Qualitative Research Conference in Health and Social Care, 2004, Bournemouth, UK.
Bond, C. S., Fevyer, D. and Pitt, C., 2004. Student reactions to online tools for learning to use the Internet as a study tool: outside the comfort zone? In: Beyond the Comfort Zone: the 21st ASCILITE Conference, 5-8 December 2004, Perth, Western Australia, pp. 134-140.
Belchamber, C.A., 2004. Therapy services for spinal cord compression. In: Clinical Governance meeting, 2004, Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. (Unpublished)
Bond, C. S., 2004. Web users' information retrieval methods and skills. Online Information Review, 28 (4), pp. 254-259.
Cash, M., 2004. Assistive Technology and People with Dementia. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, 13 (4), pp. 313-319.
Coombs, M. and Ersser, S. J., 2004. Medical hegemony in decision-making – a barrier to interdisciplinary working in intensive care? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 46 (3), pp. 245-252.
Cash, M., 2004. Assistive technology in practice ENABLE and At Home with AT. In: Memory & Cognitive Care Conference, 2004, London. (Unpublished)
Cash, M., 2004. At Home with AT (Assistive Technology) An evaluation of the practical and ethical implications of assistive technology and devices to support people with dementia and their carers. Project Report. Bristol: Dementia Voice.
Cash, M., 2004. Book Review: Dementia Care, Adams T & Manthorpe J (eds). London: Arnold, 2003. 260 pp.ISBN 0 340 810 208. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 18 (2), pp. 214-215.
Carr, E. C.J., Mann, E. and Pullman, A., 2004. From a distance: relieving the pain of e-learning. In: Bournemouth University Learning and Teaching Conference: Flexible Learning - how far have we come?, 5-6 July 2004, Bournemouth.
Cash, M., 2004. Technology to Assist People with Dementia. In: Living & Working with Dementia 10th Annual Conference, 2004, Bluewater, Kent. (Unpublished)
Ersser, S. J. and Watson, R., 2004. Editorial: JCN 2004. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 13 (2), pp. 129-130.
Ersser, S. J., 2004. Case Study (of a research career). In: Freshwater, D. and Bishop, V., eds. Nursing Research in Context: Appreciation, Application and Professional Development. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave MacMillan.
Ersser, S. J. and Grindlay, D., 2004. The National Electronic Library for Health Skin Conditions Specialist Library. Dermatological Nursing, 3 (4), pp. 25-27.
Hean, S., Cowley, S., Forbes, A. and Griffiths, P., 2004. Theoretical development and social capital measurement. In: Morgan, A. and Swann, C., eds. Social capital for health: issues of definition, measurement and links to health. London: NHS Health Development Agency., pp. 41-68.
Humphris, D. and Hean, S., 2004. Educating the workforce: building the evidence about interprofessional learning. Journal of Health Service Research and Policy, 9 (Supple), pp. 24-27.
Hean, S., Humphris, D. and Macleod-Clark, J., 2004. Initial stereotypes held by new undergraduate health and social care students. In: Altogether Better Health II, 2004, Vancouver, Canada. (Unpublished)
Reid, J., Robb, E., Stone, D., Bowen, P., Baker, R., Irving, S. and Waller, M., 2004. Improving the monitoring and assessment of fluid balance. Nursing Times, 100 (20), pp. 36-39.
Reid, J., 2004. Learning intimate examination skills: an ethical challenge. British Journal of Perioperative Nursing, 14 (2), pp. 70-73.