Dr Calvin Moorley


NameDr Calvin Moorley
Job titleAssociate Professor
Organisational UnitAdult Nursing and Midwifery
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-5969-2465

Research outputs

A narrative synthesis on healthcare students use and understanding of social media: Implications for practice

Ramage, C and Moorley, C (2019). A narrative synthesis on healthcare students use and understanding of social media: Implications for practice. Nurse Education Today. 77, pp. 40-52.

Fathers’ presence in the birth room – implications for professional practice in the Caribbean

Ocho, O, Lootawan, K A and Moorley, CR (2018). Fathers’ presence in the birth room – implications for professional practice in the Caribbean. Contemporary Nurse. 54 (6), pp. 617-629.

Gender and health literacy: men’s health beliefs and behavior in Trinidad

Wills, J., Sykes, S., Hardy, S., Joshua, K., Moorley, C. and Ocho, O (2019). Gender and health literacy: men’s health beliefs and behavior in Trinidad. Health Promotion International.

How to appraise qualitative research

Moorley, C and Cathala, X (2019). How to appraise qualitative research. Evidence-Based Nursing. 22 (1), pp. 10-13.

Improving the physical health assessment of people with serious mental illness

Bardi, J and Moorley, CR (2016). Improving the physical health assessment of people with serious mental illness. Primary Health Care. 26 (10), pp. 28-33.

Editorial: Defining, profiling and locating older people: an inner city Afro-Caribbean experience

Moorley, CR and Corcoran, N (2014). Editorial: Defining, profiling and locating older people: an inner city Afro-Caribbean experience. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 23 (15-16), pp. 2083 - 2085.

A comparative study focusing on the clinical decision making processes of nurse practitioners versus medical doctors using scenarios within a secondary care environment

Thompson, T, Barratt, J and Moorley, CR (2016). A comparative study focusing on the clinical decision making processes of nurse practitioners versus medical doctors using scenarios within a secondary care environment. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 73 (5), pp. 1097-1110.

Stroke among African-Caribbean women: lay beliefs of risks and causes.

Moorley, CR, Cahill, S and Corcoran, N (2016). Stroke among African-Caribbean women: lay beliefs of risks and causes. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 25 (3-4), pp. 403 - 411.

Being Responsive: Promoting LGBTI Health and Well-being.

Moorley, CR, Nevillie, S and Johnson, J (2016). Being Responsive: Promoting LGBTI Health and Well-being. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 25 (23-24), pp. 3413-3414.

The condom imperative in anal sex – one size may not fit all: A qualitative descriptive study of men who have sex with men (MSM).

Nevillie, S, Adams, J, Moorley, CR and Jackson, D (2016). The condom imperative in anal sex – one size may not fit all: A qualitative descriptive study of men who have sex with men (MSM). Journal of Clinical Nursing. 25 (23-24), pp. 3589-3596.

First year nursing students’ experiences of social media during the transition to university: a focus group study

Moorley, CR (2016). First year nursing students’ experiences of social media during the transition to university: a focus group study. Contemporary Nurse.
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