Items where Author is "Williams, Julia"

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Williams, Julia (2019) Rethinking exercise after colorectal cancer. Mark Allen Group.

Davidson, Anna and Williams, Julia (2019) Factors affecting quality of life in patients experiencing facial disfigurement due to surgery for head and neck cancer. British Journal of Nursing, 28 (3). pp. 180-184. ISSN 2052-2819

Gowens, Paul, Aitken-Fell, Paul, Broughton, William, Harris, Liz, Williams, Julia, Younger, Paul, Bywater, David, Crookston, Colin, Curatolo, Lisa, Edwards, Tim, Freshwater, Els, House, Matt, Jones, Andy, Millins, Mark, Pilbery, Richard, Standen, Simon and Wiggin, Christian (2018) Consensus statement: a framework for safe and effective intubation by paramedics. British Paramedic Journal, 3 (1). pp. 23-27. ISSN 1478-4726

Osborne, Wendy, North, Jacqui and Williams, Julia (2018) Using a risk assessment tool for parastomal hernia prevention. British Journal of Nursing, 27 (5). pp. 15-19. ISSN 2052-2819

Williams, Julia (2018) Parastomal Hernia Prevention. In: GIN Conference, 27th January 2018, Wellcome Museum.

Williams, Julia (2017) Celebrating advancing practice. British Journal of Nursing, 26 (22). S3-S3. ISSN 2052-2819

Williams, Julia (2017) ACPGBI (Nurses chapter) keynote – ‘Specialist knowledge in transmission’. In: ACPGBI 2017 Annual Meeting Bournemouth, 3 - 5th July 2017, Bournemouth.

Hughes, Natasha, Williams, Julia and Shaw, Carole (2017) Supporting the psychological needs of teenagers and young adults during cancer treatment: a literature review. British Journal of Nursing, 26 (4). S4-S10. ISSN 0966-0461

Williams, Julia (2017) The importance of choosing the correct stoma appliance to meet patient needs. British Journal of Community Nursing, 22 (2). pp. 58-60. ISSN 2052-2215

Williams, Julia (2016) Change is in the air. British Journal of Nursing, 25 (22). S3-S3. ISSN 2052-2819

Williams, Julia (2015) Does education for specialist practice need refining? British Journal of Nursing, 24 (Sup22). S3-S3. ISSN 2052-2819

Williams, Julia (2015) A Qualitative Exploration of the Transmission of Knowledge and Skills by Specialist Stoma Care Nurses to Facilitate the Needs of Patients Adapting to a Newly Formed Stoma. Doctoral thesis, King's College London.

Osbourne, Wendy, Bowles, Theresa, Hanley, Judy, Tomsett, Gilly and Williams, Julia (2015) Stoma Care Nursing Standards and Audit Tool For the Newborn to Elderly. [Report]

Keely, Fiona and Williams, Julia (2009) Peristomal MRSA - a case study. British Journal of Nursing, 18 (6). S4-S8. ISSN 0966-0461

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