Ref NoQNI/L/6
TitleLisbeth Hockey Community Nursing Research Fellowships
DescriptionThis file includes the following items:

Notes from a preliminary meeting of the Lisbeth Hockey Community Nursing Research Fellowships, 12 Jul 2004
Administrative correspondence related to the foundation of the Lisbeth Hockey Community Nursing Research Fellowships, 2004
Outline of the history and purpose of the fund

Final report on Stroke services by Maggie Lawrence, Susan Kerr, Caroline McVey and Dorothy Ferguson, Glasgow Caledonian University 2008
An Evaluation by Patients with Neurological Conditions and their Carers of their Experiences of, and Perspectives on Community Nursing Services, NHS Lothian, Queen Margaret University and Napier University, 2008
Exploring Older Persons Involvement in Decision-Making about their Care, within the Context of Single Shared Assessment undertaken by members of the District Nursing Team, by Alison Bryans, Glasgow Caledonian University, 2004
An Analysis of Community Nurses Support for Self-Care with Patients who have Long-Term Conditions, by Colin McDuff, Judy Sinclair, Peter Wimpenny, Bernice West, Thora Baeyens and Simon Naji, Alliance for Self Care Research 2008

Dr Lisbeth Hockey (1918-2004), an eminent nurse researcher and philosopher, was a great supporter of Queens Nursing Institute, Scotland. She served as a member of the Education Committee and as a member of Council over a period of 37 years. Her legacy was to instil the need to develop an evidence base for community nursing. The Lisbeth Hockey Community Nursing Research Fellowships were created in 2004 to recognise both her contribution to research and Queens Nursing Institute, Scotland. They were discontined in 2010 due to a lack of funding.

(taken from: Nursing Institute, Scotland-into-the-21st-Century-14.pdf sep 2015)
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DS/UK/25767Hockey; Lisbeth (1918-2004); nurse professor1918-2004
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