Dr Louise Terry


NameDr Louise Terry
Job titleAssociate Professor
Organisational UnitAdult Nursing and Midwifery
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-8383-657X

Research outputs

A phenomenological study of becoming and being an environmentally 'woke' nurse

Terry, L, Bowman, K and West, R (2019). A phenomenological study of becoming and being an environmentally 'woke' nurse. Nursing Outlook.

Patients’ and healthcare professionals’ experiences and perceptions of physiotherapy services in the emergency department: A qualitative systematic review

Barrett, R and Terry, L (2018). Patients’ and healthcare professionals’ experiences and perceptions of physiotherapy services in the emergency department: A qualitative systematic review. International Journal of Emergency Medicine. 11 (1).

Exploring mentors’ interpretation of terminology and levels of competence when assessing nursing students: an integrative review

Almalkawi, I, Jester, R and Terry, LM (2018). Exploring mentors’ interpretation of terminology and levels of competence when assessing nursing students: an integrative review. Nurse Education Today.

Understanding and meeting your legal responsibilities as a nurse

Terry, LM, Carr, G and Halpin, Y (2017). Understanding and meeting your legal responsibilities as a nurse. Nursing Standard.

A research-based mantra for compassionate caring

Terry, LM, Newham, R, Hahessy, S, Atherley, S, Babenko-Mould, Y, Evans, M, Ferguson, K, Carr, G and Cedar, SH (2017). A research-based mantra for compassionate caring. Nurse Education Today. 58, pp. 1-11.

An adaptable Discourse Analysis instrument and method to explore Caring and Compassion

Terry, LM and Newham, R (2017). An adaptable Discourse Analysis instrument and method to explore Caring and Compassion. Nurse Researcher. 24 (3), pp. 8-12.

A moral profession: Nurse educators’ selected narratives of care and compassion

Newham, R, Terry, LM, Atherley, S, Hahessy, S, Babenko-Mould, Y, Evans, M, Ferguson, K, Carr, G and Cedar, SH (2017). A moral profession: Nurse educators’ selected narratives of care and compassion. Nursing Ethics. 26 (1), pp. 105-115.

Exploring senior nurses' understanding of compassionate leadership in the community

Ali, S and Terry, LM (2017). Exploring senior nurses' understanding of compassionate leadership in the community. British Journal of Community Nursing. 22 (2), pp. 77-87.

Partner Selection for People with Intellectual Disabilities.

Bates, C, Terry, LM and Popple, K (2016). Partner Selection for People with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities.

The Importance of Romantic Love to People with Learning Disabilities

Bates, C, Terry, LM and Popple, K (2016). The Importance of Romantic Love to People with Learning Disabilities. British Journal of Learning Disabilities. 45 (1), pp. 64-72.

A longitudinal, mixed methods investigation of newly qualified nurses’ workplace stressors and stress experiences during transition

Halpin, Y, Terry, LM and Curzio, J (2017). A longitudinal, mixed methods investigation of newly qualified nurses’ workplace stressors and stress experiences during transition. Journal of Advanced Nursing.

A qualitative study exploring senior nurses’ understanding of compassionate leadership in community healthcare

Ali, S and Terry, LM (2017). A qualitative study exploring senior nurses’ understanding of compassionate leadership in community healthcare. British Journal of Community Nursing. 22 (2).

A moral profession.

Terry, L. (2017). A moral profession. Nursing Ethics.

Understanding and applying the precautionary principle

Terry, LM (2017). Understanding and applying the precautionary principle. Family Law. 47 (11), pp. 1210-1215.

Supporting people with learning disabilities to make and maintain intimate relationships

Bates, C, Terry, LM and Popple, K (2017). Supporting people with learning disabilities to make and maintain intimate relationships. Tizard Learning Disability Review. 22 (1), pp. 16-23.

Expert nurses' perceptions of the relevance of Carper's patterns of knowing to junior nurses.

Terry, LM, Carr, G and Curzio, J (2016). Expert nurses' perceptions of the relevance of Carper's patterns of knowing to junior nurses. Advances in Nursing Science. 40 (1), pp. 85-102.

An adaptable Discourse Analysis instrument and method to explore Caring and Compassion

Terry, LM and Newham, R (2017). An adaptable Discourse Analysis instrument and method to explore Caring and Compassion. Nurse Researcher. 24 (2), pp. 8-12.
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