Dr Geoffrey Punshon


NameDr Geoffrey Punshon
Job titleHourly Paid Lecturer J09106
Organisational UnitAllied Health Sciences
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-9247-9546 (unauthenticated)

Research outputs

Using knowledge discovery through data mining to gain intelligence from routinely collected incident reporting in an acute English hospital

Leary, A., Cook, R., Jones, S.J., Radford, M., Smith, J., Gough, M. and Punshon, G. (2020). Using knowledge discovery through data mining to gain intelligence from routinely collected incident reporting in an acute English hospital. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance. 33 (2), pp. 221-234.

The workload of the diabetes specialist nurse workforce in the UK

Lawler, J., Punshon, G., Leary, A., Walden, E. and Stainisstreet, D. (2020). The workload of the diabetes specialist nurse workforce in the UK. Journal of Diabetes Nursing. 24 (1).

Modelling the Multiple Sclerosis Specialist Nurse Workforce by determination of optimum caseloads in the United Kingdom

Punshon, G., Sopala, J., Hannan, G., Roberts, M., Vernon, K., Pearce, A. and Leary, A. (2019). Modelling the Multiple Sclerosis Specialist Nurse Workforce by determination of optimum caseloads in the United Kingdom. International Journal of MS Care.

Determining acute nurse staffing, a hermeneutic review of an evolving science.

Leary, A and Punshon, G (2019). Determining acute nurse staffing, a hermeneutic review of an evolving science. BMJ Open. 9 (3).

Nursing pay by gender distribution in the UK- does the Glass Escalator still exist?

Leary, A, Punshon, G, MacLaine, K, Radford, M, Trevatt, P and Shanley, O (2019). Nursing pay by gender distribution in the UK- does the Glass Escalator still exist? International Journal of Nursing Studies.

Modelling the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Specialist Nurse Workforce standards by determination of optimum caseloads in the United Kingdom.

Leary, A, Punshon, G and Mason, I (2018). Modelling the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Specialist Nurse Workforce standards by determination of optimum caseloads in the United Kingdom. Journal of Crohn's and Colitis. 12 (11), pp. 1295-1301.

Crowd medical services in the English Football League: remodelling the team for the 21st century using a realist approach

Leary, A, Kemp, A, Greenwood, P, Hart, N, Agnew, J, Barrett, J and Punshon, G (2017). Crowd medical services in the English Football League: remodelling the team for the 21st century using a realist approach. BMJ Open.

Variation in job titles within the nursing workforce.

Leary, A, Maclaine, K, Trevatt, P, Radford, M and Punshon, G (2017). Variation in job titles within the nursing workforce. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 26 (23-24), pp. 4945-4950.

Emergency care patient driven solutions for severe asthma

Newell, K, Corrigan, C, Punshon, G and Leary, A (2017). Emergency care patient driven solutions for severe asthma. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance. 30 (7), pp. 628-637.

The experiences of specialist nurses working within the uro-oncology multidisciplinary team in the UK

Punshon, G, Endacott, R, Aslett, P, Brocksom, J, Fluere, L, Howdle, F, Masterson, M, O'Connor, A, Swift, A, Trevatt, P and Leary, A (2017). The experiences of specialist nurses working within the uro-oncology multidisciplinary team in the UK. Clinical Nurse Specialist: The Journal for Advanced Nursing Practice.

Mining routinely collected acute data to reveal non-linear relationships between nurse staffing levels and outcomes

Leary, A, Cook, R, Jones, S, Smith, S, Maxwell, E, Punshon, G and Radford, M (2016). Mining routinely collected acute data to reveal non-linear relationships between nurse staffing levels and outcomes. BMJ Open. 6 (12).
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