• Being person-centred in qualitative interviews: reflections on a process 

      Sandvik, Berit Margrethe; McCormack, Brendan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Background: In this article we reflect on the experience of the first author (Berit Margrethe Sandvik) of conducting seven qualitative research interviews with public health nurses trained in parenting guidance by the ...
    • German translation, cultural adaptation and testing of the Person-centred Practice Inventory – Staff (PCPI-S) 

      Weis, Maya L. D.; Wallner, Martin; Köck-Hódi, Sabine; Hildebrandt, Christiane; McCormack, Brendan; Mayer, Hanna (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Aim: The aim of this study was to translate and culturally adapt the PCPI-S into German and to eventually test its psychometric properties in long-term care settings. Background: Person-centred practice has been widely ...
    • Improving quality in clinical placement studies in nursing homes (QUALinCLINstud): the study protocol of a participatory mixed-methods multiple case study design 

      Laugaland, Kristin Alstveit; Gonzalez, Marianne Thorsen; McCormack, Brendan; Skovdahl, Kirsti; Slettebø, Åshild; Billett, Stephen; Akerjordet, Kristin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Introduction: Improved quality in clinical supervision and assessment of student nurses in nursing home clinical placements is vitally important to effective recruitment and preparation for this healthcare sector. Knowledge ...
    • A meta-synthesis of person-centredness in nursing curricula 

      O’Donnell, Deirdre; McCormack, Brendan; McCance, Tanya; McIlfatrick, Sonja (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Background: Person-centred approaches to practice are synonymous with effective healthcare. It is therefore important that the nursing workforce values, recognises and demonstrates person-centred practice. This has ...
    • Norwegian translation, cultural adaption and testing of the Person-centred Practice Inventory – Staff 

      Bing-Jonsson, Pia Cecilie; Slater, Paul; McCormack, Brendan; Fagerström, Lisbeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Background: Person-centred health care has widespread recognition, but there are few instruments aimed at measuring the provision of person-centred practice among health care professionals across a range of settings. ...
    • Person-centredness – the ‘state’ of the art 

      McCormack, Brendan; Borg, Marit; Cardiff, Shaun; Dewing, Jan; Jacobs, Gaby; Janes, Nadine; Karlsson, Bengt; McCance, Tanya; Mekki, Tone Elin; Porock, Davina; Lieshout, Famke van; Wilson, Val (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      While there is a growing body of development and research activity in the field, there is increased recognition of the need for further advances in the body of existing knowledge. This is reflected in the different approaches ...
    • Reaching for the rainbow: person-centred practice in palliative care 

      Haraldsdottir, Erna; Donaldson, Kim; Lloyd, Anna; Barclay, Irene; McCormack, Brendan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Background: Person-centred practice is inherently integrated in palliative care. However, it cannot be assumed that its underpinning values are lived out in day-to-day practice in a hospice. At St Columba’s Hospice, ...
    • The self-assessment of clinical competence and the need for further training: A cross-sectional survey of advanced practice nursing students 

      Taylor, Ingrid; Bing-Jonsson, Pia Cecilie; Wangensteen, Sigrid; Finnbakk, Elisabeth Bell; Sandvik, Leiv; McCormack, Brendan; Fagerström, Lisbeth (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Aims and objectives: (a) To describe and analyse advanced practice nursing students' self-assessment of their clinical competence and need for further training and (b) to analyse the possible predictive variables in their ...
    • Staying on track in changing landscapes: mapping complex projects in health services 

      Dahl, Hellen; Eriksen, Kristin Ådnøy; Wennersberg, Marianne Hauge; Heimestøl, Sølvi; McCormack, Brendan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Background: Projects initiated to transform and develop health services have to account for a variety of complex factors. There is a need to develop methods to handle this complexity, and in this article we present a ...