Christopher Wibberley
Christopher Wibberley
Manchester Metropolitan University
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Rapid exclusion of acute myocardial infarction in patients with undetectable troponin using a high-sensitivity assay
R Body, S Carley, G McDowell, AS Jaffe, M France, K Cruickshank, ...
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 58 (13), 1332-1339, 2011
The value of symptoms and signs in the emergent diagnosis of acute coronary syndromes
R Body, S Carley, C Wibberley, G McDowell, J Ferguson, ...
Resuscitation 81 (3), 281-286, 2010
‘The placement was probably the tipping point’–The narratives of recently discontinued students
C Hamshire, TG Willgoss, C Wibberley
Nurse Education in Practice, 2011
Should I stay or should I go? A study exploring why healthcare students consider leaving their programme
C Hamshire, TG Willgoss, C Wibberley
Nurse education today 33 (8), 889-895, 2013
Getting to grips with bricolage: A personal account.
C Wibberley
Qualitative Report 17, 50, 2012
“My mentor didn't speak to me for the first four weeks”: Perceived Unfairness experienced by nursing students in clinical practice settings
K Jack, C Hamshire, WE Harris, M Langan, N Barrett, C Wibberley
Journal of clinical nursing 27 (5-6), 929-938, 2018
A FABP-ulous ‘rule out’strategy? Heart fatty acid binding protein and troponin for rapid exclusion of acute myocardial infarction
R Body, G McDowell, S Carley, C Wibberley, J Ferguson, ...
Resuscitation 82 (8), 1041-1046, 2011
The changing face of newspaper representations of the mentally ill
NA Murphy, F Fatoye, C Wibberley
Journal of mental health 22 (3), 271-282, 2013
Young People's Drug Use: facts and feelings—implications for the normalization debate
C Wibberley, JF Price
Drugs: Education, Prevention, and Policy 7 (2), 147-162, 2000
The meaning of emotion work to student nurses: A Heideggerian analysis
K Jack, C Wibberley
International journal of nursing studies 51 (6), 900-907, 2014
What are reasonable expectations? Healthcare student perceptions of their programmes in the North West of England
C Hamshire, TG Willgoss, C Wibberley
Nurse Education Today 33 (2), 173-179, 2013
Patterns of psycho-stimulant drug use amongst ‘social/operational users’: Implications for services
C Wibberley, J Price
Addiction Research 8 (1), 95-111, 2000
An exploratory study investigating the impact of the procedures used to manage patient substance misuse on nurse–patient relationships in a medium secure forensic unit
O Price, C Wibberley
Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 19 (8), 672-680, 2012
The usual suspects: Alcohol, tobacco and other drug use in 15-to 6-year-old school pupils—prevalence, feelings and perceived health risks
A Roy, C Wibberley, J Lamb
Drugs: education, prevention and policy 12 (4), 305-315, 2005
Fact or fiction: exploring the use of real stories in place of vignettes in interviews with informal carers.
WC Wright JM, Heathcote K
Nurse Researcher 21 (4), 39-43, 2014
Young Asians and drug use
K Patel, C Wibberley
Journal of child health care 6 (1), 51-59, 2002
Young people's feelings about drugs
C Wibberley
Drugs: education, prevention and policy 4 (1), 65-78, 1997
Crack cocaine–tailoring services to user need
T Bottomley, T Carnwath, J Jeacock, C Wibberley, M Smith
Addiction Research 5 (3), 223-234, 1997
Students' perceptions of their learning experiences: A repeat regional survey of healthcare students
C Hamshire, N Barrett, M Langan, E Harris, C Wibberley
Nurse education today 49, 168-173, 2017
Bricolage Research Methods
C Wibberley
Nursing and healthcare research at a glance (Glasper, A.; Rees, C.), 106-107, 2017
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