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    Using lifeworld philosophy in education to intertwine caring and learning: an illustration of two ways of learning how to care
    with Ulrica Hörberg, Margaretha Ekebergh, and Lise-Lotte Ozolins
    Reflective Practice. forthcoming.
    Our general purpose is to show how a philosophically oriented theoretical foundation, drawn from a lifeworld perspective can serve as a coherent direction for caring practices in education. We argue that both caring and learning share the same ontological foundation and point to this intertwining from a philosophical perspective. We proceed by illustrating shared epistemological ground through some novel educational practices in the professional preparation of carers. Beginning in a phenomenolog…Read more
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    Facilitating a dedicated focus on the human dimensions of care in practice settings: Development of a new humanised care assessment tool to sensitise care
    with Claire Sloan, Fiona Cowdell, Caroline Ellis-Hill, Carole Pound, Roger Watson, Steven Ersser, and Sheila Brooks
    Nursing Inquiry 25 (3). 2018.
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    Guest Editorial: Evidence-Based Approaches and Practises in Phenomenology: Evidence and Pedagogy
    with Sally Borbasi
    Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 12 (sup2): 1-4. 2012.
  • Nel corso degli ultimi 20 anni c’è stata una espansione globale in materia di istruzione dottorale e in particolare di ‘dottorati professionali’. Difficoltà nell’avanzamento e nel completamento diventano sempre più il centro dell’attenzione per tutti i tipi di dottorato. È stato riconosciuto che una serie di fattori al di là di quelli prettamente demografici potrebbe influire sulla possibilità di completare gli studi. C’è ancora molto da imparare sul motivo per cui l’avanzamento e il completamen…Read more
  • Whose future is it? Ethical family decisionmaking in the oncofertility context
    with M. Clayman
    In Teresa Woodruff, Lori Zoloth, Lisa Campo-Engelstein & Susan Rodriguez (eds.), Oncofertility: Reflections From the Humanities and Social Sciences, Springer. 2010.
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    Facilitating nourished scholarship through cohort supervision in a professional doctorate programme
    with Eloise Cj Carr and Les Todres
    Encyclopaideia: Journal of Phenomenology and Education 27. 2010.
    Nel corso degli ultimi 20 anni c’è stata una espansione globale in materia di istruzione dottorale e in particolare di ‘dottorati professionali’. Difficoltà nell’avanzamento e nel completamento diventano sempre più il centro dell’attenzione per tutti i tipi di dottorato. È stato riconosciuto che una serie di fattori al di là di quelli prettamente demografici potrebbe influire sulla possibilità di completare gli studi. C’è ancora molto da imparare sul motivo per cui l’avanzamento e il completamen…Read more
  • Editorial
    with Christopher R. Stones and Sally Borbasi
    Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 12 (sup2): 1-2. 2012.
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    Phenomenology and Human Sciences Research Today
    Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 11 (2). 2011.
    No
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    The Missing Piece(s)
    with Marla L. Clayman
    American Journal of Bioethics 12 (6): 52-53. 2012.
    The American Journal of Bioethics, Volume 12, Issue 6, Page 52-53, June 2012
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    Lifeworld-led healthcare is more than patient-led care: an existential view of well-being (review)
    with Karin Dahlberg and Les Todres
    Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 12 (3): 265-271. 2009.
    In this paper we offer an appreciation and critique of patient-led care as expressed in current policy and practice. We argue that current patient-led approaches hinder a focus on a deeper understanding of what patient-led care could be. Our critique focuses on how the consumerist/citizenship emphasis in current patient-led care obscures attention from a more fundamental challenge to conceptualise an alternative philosophically informed framework from where care can be led. We thus present an al…Read more
  • Guest Editorial
    with Sally Borbasi
    Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology. 2012.
    In bringing together this special edition we wish to contribute to a conversation concerning the meaning of 'evidence-based practice'. We are nurses and phenomenological researchers interested in lifeworld approaches and in the many ways of knowing that are relevant to everyday caring practice. In the context of the ever-increasing specialisation of knowledge, we wish to widen the embrace of current notions of evidence and point to ways of knowing that are inclusive of the 'head, hand and heart'…Read more
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    "in The Middle Of Everywhere:" A Phenomenological Study Of Mobility And Dwelling Amongst Rural Elders
    with Les Todres
    Phenomenology and Practice 6 (1): 55-68. 2012.
    This study aimed to investigate the phenomenon of the meaning of mobility for elders living in rural areas. A phenomenological study was undertaken with older people living in rural South West England and Wales. Ten interviews were undertaken in peoples’ homes and focused on the spatial dimensions of what it was like to live in the rural area and the everyday experiences of traversing rural space. Spatial mobility was experienced by our sample as any of the possible ways that achieved personal l…Read more
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    Dignity as honour-wound: an experiential and relational view
    with Les Todres
    Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 21 (3): 410-418. 2015.
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    Phenomenology as Embodied Knowing and Sharing: Kindling Audience Participation
    with Les Todres
    Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology 12 (sup2): 1-9. 2012.
    We are particularly interested in how poetry and phenomenological research come together to increase understanding of human phenomena. We are further interested in how these more aesthetic possibilities of understanding can occur within a community context, that is the possibility of a process in which understanding is shared through an ongoing process of participation. In this way phenomenologically-oriented understandings may meaningfully speak of that which is common between us as well as tha…Read more
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    Lifeworld-led Healthcare: Revisiting a Humanising Philosophy that Integrates Emerging Trends (review)
    with Les Todres and Karin Dahlberg
    Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 10 (1): 53-63. 2007.
    In this paper, we describe the value and philosophy of lifeworld-led care. Our purpose is to give a philosophically coherent foundation for lifeworld-led care and its core value as a humanising force that moderates technological progress. We begin by indicating the timeliness of these concerns within the current context of citizen-oriented, participative approaches to healthcare. We believe that this context is in need of a deepening philosophy if it is not to succumb to the discourses of mere c…Read more
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    Disclosure/Disruption: Considering Why Not to Disclose Genetic Information After Death
    with Marla L. Clayman
    American Journal of Bioethics 12 (10): 14-16. 2012.
    The American Journal of Bioethics, Volume 12, Issue 10, Page 14-16, October 2012
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    The Creativity of 'Unspecialization:' A Contemplative Direction for Integrative Scholarly Practice
    with Les Todres
    Phenomenology and Practice 1 (1): 31-46. 2007.
    Within the context of health and social care education, attempts to define ‘scholarship’ have increasingly transcended traditional academic conceptions of the term. While acknowledging that many applied disciplines call for a kind of ‘actionable knowledge’ that is also not separate from its ethical dimensions, engagement in the caring professions in particular provides an interesting exemplar that raises questions about the nature and practice of ‘actionable knowledge’: how is such knowledge fro…Read more
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    DNA of a family: Testing social bonds and genetic ties
    with Esther Liu
    American Journal of Bioethics 13 (5): 52-53. 2013.
    No abstract