Narrative, cognition, complexity

Lies, damned lies and stories: nursing, narrative, numbers. In Lipscomb, M (ed) Social Theory and Nursing. Routledge (2017).

Narrative machinery. In Gunaratnam Y & Oliviere D (eds) Narrative and Stories in Health Care: Illness, Dying, and Bereavement. Oxford University Press, pp. 17-32 (2009).  pdf

Stories in palliative care. Progress in Palliative Care 14(4), 155-164. With Gail Eva (2006).  Abstract

Narrative vigilance: the analysis of stories in health care. Nursing Philosophy 6(2), 83-97. With Gail Eva (2005).  Abstract

Nursing’s ways of knowing and dual process theories of cognition. Journal of Advanced Nursing 60, 692-701. With Helen Cheyne, Len Dalgleish, Edward Duncan, and Kate Niven (2007).  Abstract

Evidence and expertise. Nursing Inquiry 13(2), 82-93 (2006).  Abstract

Clinical cognition and embodiment. International Journal of Nursing Studies 41(1), 1-13 (2004).   Abstract

Distributed cognition and the education reflex. In Standish P & Drummond J (eds) The Philosophy of Nurse Education, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 143-160 (2007).

Complex adaptive systems and nursing. Nursing Inquiry 14(3), 233-242 (2007).   Abstract

Complexity theory as an approach to explanation in healthcare: a critical discussion. International Journal of Nursing Studies 48(2), 269-279. With Gail Eva (2011).  Abstract

The appropriation of complexity theory in health care. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 15(1), 59-61 (2010).   Abstract

Complexity in health care: a rejoinder. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 16(1), 44-45 (2010).  First page