Centre for Person-centred
We at CPcPR are busy. See what we have been up to below.
Blog Omega Xi Chapter Sigma Theta Tau International
Sharing virtual experiences in unprecedented times
Learning from nature at QMU
Caroline Dickson shares some wise words
Reflections by Omega Xi Chapter Secretary on the first day of the virtual conference, hosted by Phi Xi Chapter in Portugal
Prof Jan Dewing: European Award for Excellence in Research
Designing and implementing an electronic nursing record to support compassionate and person-centred nursing practice in an acute hospital using practice development processes
Smith, Margaret A. Coulter; Schrag, Anthony; Kelly, Fiona; Pearson, Claire. 'Like a Dance': Working creatively with healthcare practitioners to explore mobility and osteoporosis
We welcome Matia institute as the newest member of ICoP.
First Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International in Scotland, to be known as Omega Xi Chapter
Queen Margaret University Post Graduate District Nurse Students
QMU Research Paper explores how Scottish Community Nurses work with individuals experiencing mental distress while living with a long-term condition
QMU at the “Elephant in the Room” Event, Scottish Parliament, Holyrood
If we were asked to make a speech for International Nurses Day or any similar event what might we say?
Read Jennifer O’Donogue’s reflection on the conference and how she is applying her learning to person-centred practice
Reflections on a cooking project to support year one student transitions to university
Over the last few years I have found that my self-belief is my biggest challenge; methods, skills can be learned, confidence needs to be built!
♫ “Radio – What new?” ♫ by Karen Rennie PhD candidate
International Networking by Karen Rennie
Hosted by QMUEHS President, Professor Jan Dewing Key Note Speaker & QMUEHS Vice President, Professor Brendan McCormack
Our visit to Dublin: Yvonne Greig & Kath Macdonald tell their story
How do students influence a ‘healthful’ relationship with their clinical supervisors in clinical practice?
I think the people who wade into discomfort and vulnerability and tell the truth about their stories are the real badasses in this world
QMU’s Dr Anne Williams reports from Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group
Humanising birth: Does the language we use matter?
“You can’t stop the future. You can’t rewind the past"
Person-centredness in the academic supervision relationship
#100 Outstanding Nurses 2018
Inspiring nursing students
McCormack, B and McCance, TV (2017 amended) Person-centred Practice Framework
Launching the new Nursing strategy
Talking about our strategy over the coming weeks and months.