Elaine Ball
Elaine Ball
Senior Lecturer University of Salford
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TitleCited byYear
Annotation an effective device for student feedback: A critical review of the literature
EC Ball
Nurse education in practice 10 (3), 138-143, 2010
402010
The use of portfolios in the assessment of learning and competence
E Ball, W Daly, R Carnwell
Nursing Standard 14 (43), 43-47, 2000
362000
People, liminal spaces and experience: Understanding recontextualisation of knowledge for newly qualified nurses
HT Allan, C Magnusson, K Horton, K Evans, E Ball, K Curtis, M Johnson
Nurse Education Today 35 (2), e78-e83, 2015
332015
People, liminal spaces and experience: Understanding recontextualisation of knowledge for newly qualified nurses
HT Allan, C Magnusson, K Horton, K Evans, E Ball, K Curtis, M Johnson
Nurse Education Today 35 (2), e78-e83, 2015
332015
Annotation is a valuable tool to enhance learning and assessment in student essays
E Ball, H Franks, J Jenkins, M McGrath, J Leigh
Nurse education today 29 (3), 284-291, 2009
242009
Delegation and supervision of healthcare assistants’ work in the daily management of uncertainty and the unexpected in clinical practice: invisible learning among newly …
HT Allan, C Magnusson, K Evans, E Ball, S Westwood, K Curtis, K Horton, ...
Nursing inquiry 23 (4), 377-385, 2016
222016
‘Doing the writing’and ‘working in parallel’: How ‘distal nursing’affects delegation and supervision in the emerging role of the newly qualified nurse
M Johnson, C Magnusson, H Allan, K Evans, E Ball, K Horton, K Curtis, ...
Nurse education today 35 (2), e29-e33, 2015
222015
A participatory action research study on handwritten annotation feedback and its impact on staff and students
E Ball
Systemic practice and action research 22 (2), 111, 2009
212009
Plethora or paucity: A systematic search and bibliometric study of the application and design of qualitative methods in nursing research 2008–2010
E Ball, M McLoughlin, A Darvill
Nurse Education Today 31 (3), 299-303, 2011
202011
An investigation into newly qualified nurses' ability to recontextualise knowledge to allow them to delegate and supervise care (AaRK)
C Magnusson, S Westwood, E Ball, K Curtis, K Evans, K Horton, ...
Guildford: Summary Report, 2014
152014
Breastfeeding mothers’ experiences: the ghost in the machine
P Regan, E Ball
Qualitative health research 23 (5), 679-688, 2013
132013
An analysis of delegation styles among newly qualified nurses.
C Magnusson, H Allan, K Horton, M Johnson, K Evans, E Ball
Nursing Standard 31 (25), 2017
82017
Do professions have distinct or singular personalities? using the enneagram to support and facilitate inter-professional nursing
E Ball
Nurse Educ Pract 9 (2), 155-156, 2009
82009
A new role for the general practitioner? Reframing ‘inappropriate attenders’ to inappropriate services
C Chew-Graham, A Rogers, C May, R Sheaff, E Ball
Primary Health Care Research & Development 5 (1), 60-67, 2004
72004
Putting knowledge to work in clinical practice: Understanding experiences of preceptorship as outcomes of interconnected domains of learning
HT Allan, C Magnusson, K Evans, K Horton, K Curtis, E Ball, M Johnson
Journal of clinical nursing 27 (1-2), 123-131, 2018
62018
A social purpose model for nursing
E Ball
Nursing forum 46 (3), 152-156, 2011
62011
Liberating the NHS; commissioning, outsourcing and a new politics debate
P Regan, E Ball
British journal of community nursing 15 (10), 503-505, 2010
52010
Change and the NHS workforce: Ambivalence, anxiety and anger
E Ball, P Regan
Nurse education in practice 10 (3), 113-114, 2010
52010
A critical commentary on management science in relation to reforms after institutional National Health Service failures
P Regan, E Ball
Journal of nursing management 25 (2), 149-156, 2017
22017
Patient and practitioner views of a new rheumatology (Tier 2) primary care service
E Ball, S Critchley
Quality in Primary Care 15 (2), 101-106, 2007
22007
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