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Eimear Muir-Cochrane
Eimear Muir-Cochrane
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Demonstrating rigor using thematic analysis: A hybrid approach of inductive and deductive coding and theme development
J Fereday, E Muir-Cochrane
International journal of qualitative methods 5 (1), 80-92, 2006
131282006
International variation in containment measures for disturbed psychiatric inpatients: A comparative questionnaire survey
L Bowers, B van der Werf, A Vokkolainen, E Muir-Cochrane, T Allan, ...
International journal of nursing studies 44 (3), 357-364, 2007
1512007
The role of performance feedback in the self-assessment of competence: a research study with nursing clinicians
J Fereday, E Muir-Cochrane
Collegian 13 (1), 10-15, 2006
1462006
Fear and blame in mental health nurses’ accounts of restrictive practices: Implications for the elimination of seclusion and restraint
E Muir‐Cochrane, D O'Kane, C Oster
International journal of mental health nursing 27 (5), 1511-1521, 2018
1302018
Midwives and assessment of perinatal mental health
K McCauley, S Elsom, E MUIR‐COCHRANE, J Lyneham
Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing 18 (9), 786-795, 2011
1222011
Improving seclusion practice: implications of a review of staff and patient views
M Van der Merwe, E MUIR‐COCHRANE, J Jones, M Tziggili, L Bowers
Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 20 (3), 203-215, 2013
1172013
Engagement with health and social care services: Perceptions of homeless young people with mental health problems
P Darbyshire, E Muir‐Cochrane, J Fereday, J Jureidini, A Drummond
Health & social care in the community 14 (6), 553-562, 2006
1152006
The practice of seclusion and time-out on English acute psychiatric wards: the City-128 Study
L Bowers, M Van Der Merwe, H Nijman, B Hamilton, E Noorthorn, ...
Archives of psychiatric nursing 24 (4), 275-286, 2010
1042010
The inpatient psychiatric unit as both a safe and unsafe place: Implications for absconding
E Muir‐Cochrane, C Oster, J Grotto, A Gerace, J Jones
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 22 (4), 304-312, 2013
1002013
Perceptions of nurses working with psychiatric consumers regarding the elimination of seclusion and restraint in psychiatric inpatient settings and emergency departments: An …
A Gerace, E Muir‐Cochrane
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 28 (1), 209-225, 2019
992019
Empathic processes during nurse–consumer conflict situations in psychiatric inpatient units: A qualitative study
A Gerace, C Oster, D O'Kane, CL Hayman, E Muir‐Cochrane
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 27 (1), 92-105, 2018
922018
Coding, constant comparisons, and core categories: A worked example for novice constructivist grounded theorists
TM Giles, S de Lacey, E Muir-Cochrane
Advances in nursing science 39 (1), E29-E44, 2016
882016
Absconding: A review of the literature 1996–2008
E Muir‐Cochrane, KA Mosel
International journal of mental health nursing 17 (5), 370-378, 2008
872008
Experience of spirituality, mental illness and occupation: A life‐sustaining phenomenon
C Wilding, E May, E Muir‐Cochrane
Australian occupational therapy journal 52 (1), 2-9, 2005
792005
An investigation into nurses' perceptions of secluding patients on closed psychiatric wards
E Muir‐Cochrane
Journal of Advanced Nursing 23 (3), 555-563, 1996
791996
Nurses' experiences of restraint and seclusion use in short‐stay acute old age psychiatry inpatient units: A qualitative study
EC Muir‐Cochrane, J Baird, TV McCann
Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing 22 (2), 109-115, 2015
752015
Nurses’ perceptions and experiences of caring for patients who die in the emergency department setting
TM Giles, K Hammad, K Breaden, C Drummond, SL Bradley, A Gerace, ...
International emergency nursing 47, 100789, 2019
702019
Factors influencing decision‐making around family presence during resuscitation: a grounded theory study
T Giles, S de Lacey, E Muir‐Cochrane
Journal of Advanced Nursing 72 (11), 2706-2717, 2016
702016
Liminality in the occupational identity of mental health peer support workers: A qualitative study
A Simpson, C Oster, E Muir‐Cochrane
International journal of mental health nursing 27 (2), 662-671, 2018
672018
Being safe practitioners and safe mothers: a critical ethnography of continuity of care midwifery in Australia
S Dove, E Muir-Cochrane
Midwifery 30 (10), 1063-1072, 2014
622014
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