Julie Scholes
Julie Scholes
Professor of Nursing, University of Brighton
Verified email at brighton.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Portfolios and assessment of competence: a review of the literature
M McMullan, R Endacott, MA Gray, M Jasper, CML Miller, J Scholes, ...
Journal of advanced nursing 41 (3), 283-294, 2003
Managing the deteriorating patient in a simulated environment: nursing students’ knowledge, skill and situation awareness
S Cooper, L Kinsman, P Buykx, T McConnell‐Henry, R Endacott, ...
Journal of clinical nursing 19 (15‐16), 2309-2318, 2010
Making portfolios work in practice
J Scholes, C Webb, M Gray, R Endacott, C Miller, M Jasper, M McMullan
Journal of Advanced Nursing 46 (6), 595-603, 2004
FIRST2ACT: Educating nurses to identify patient deterioration—A theory-based model for best practice simulation education
P Buykx, L Kinsman, S Cooper, T McConnell-Henry, R Cant, R Endacott, ...
Nurse education today 31 (7), 687-693, 2011
Evaluating portfolio assessment systems: what are the appropriate criteria?
C Webb, R Endacott, MA Gray, MA Jasper, M McMullan, J Scholes
Nurse education today 23 (8), 600-609, 2003
Cross‐boundary working: implications for the multiprofessional team
J Scholes, B Vaughan
Journal of clinical nursing 11 (3), 399-408, 2002
Using portfolios in the assessment of learning and competence: the impact of four models
R Endacott, MA Gray, MA Jasper, M McMullan, C Miller, J Scholes, ...
Nurse education in practice 4 (4), 250-257, 2004
Final‐year nursing students’ ability to assess, detect and act on clinical cues of deterioration in a simulated environment
R Endacott, J Scholes, P Buykx, S Cooper, L Kinsman, ...
Journal of advanced nursing 66 (12), 2722-2731, 2010
The resilient subject: Exploring subjectivity, identity and the body in narratives of resilience
K Aranda, L Zeeman, J Scholes, ASM Morales
Health: 16 (5), 548-563, 2012
Clinical exchange: one model to achieve culturally sensitive care
J Scholes, D Moore
Nursing Inquiry 7 (1), 61-71, 2000
Managing deteriorating patients: registered nurses’ performance in a simulated setting
S Cooper, T McConnell-Henry, R Cant, J Porter, K Missen, L Kinsman, ...
The Open Nursing Journal 5, 120, 2011
Models of portfolios
C Webb, R Endacott, M Gray, M Jasper, C Miller, M McMullan, J Scholes
Medical Education 36 (10), 897-898, 2002
The importance of knowing the patient in weaning from mechanical ventilation
C Crocker, J Scholes
Nursing in critical care 14 (6), 289-296, 2009
Coping with the professional identity crisis: Is building resilience the answer?
J Scholes
International Journal of Nursing Studies 45 (7), 975-978, 2008
Master's level study: learning transitions towards clinical expertise in physiotherapy
NJ Petty, J Scholes, L Ellis
Physiotherapy 97 (3), 218-225, 2011
Clinical decision-making: midwifery students' recognition of, and response to, post partum haemorrhage in the simulation environment
J Scholes, R Endacott, MA Biro, B Bulle, S Cooper, M Miles, C Gilmour, ...
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 12 (1), 19, 2012
An evaluation of the contribution of critical care outreach to the clinical management of the critically ill ward patient in two acute NHS trusts
A Chellel, D Higgs, J Scholes
Nursing in critical care 11 (1), 42-51, 2006
Organ and tissue donation: a trustwide perspective or critical care concern?
C Elding, J Scholes
Nursing in Critical Care 10 (3), 129-135, 2005
The FIRST2ACT simulation program improves nursing practice in a rural Australian hospital
L Kinsman, P Buykx, R Cant, R Champion, S Cooper, R Endacott, ...
Australian Journal of Rural Health 20 (5), 270-274, 2012
Patient deterioration simulation experiences: Impact on teaching and learning
P Buykx, S Cooper, L Kinsman, R Endacott, J Scholes, ...
Collegian 19 (3), 125-129, 2012
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