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Patricia McClunie-Trust
Principal Academic Staff Member
Centre for Health and Social Practice
Waikato Institute of Technology

Expertise:
Nursing practice knowledge, Professional boundaries, Palliative care ethics, Qualitative health research methods, Ethics in sensitive research, Nurse Family Members, Reflexivity in research

Qualifications:
PhD MA PG Cert Prof Supv GradCertArts BSocSci RN

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  1. Conference report: 14th International Reflective Practice Conference
  2. An epistemology for interprofessional practice: exploring thinking and reasoning in health and social care
  3. College of Nurses Scholarship Award
  4. Professional boundaries and relationships workshop series
  5. Midwifery professional boundaries and relationships workshop
  6. Factors leading to disciplinary action against nurses in New Zealand: A case analysis.
  7. Positioning the self reflexively in qualitative research interviews
  8. Autoethnography as critical inquiry: Self-narratives of a black foreign educated nurse working in New Zealand
  9. Navigating PhD study: Tips for starting, surviving and thriving in doctoral study
  10. Reflexivity in 'sensitive' qualitative research: Unfurling knowledge for nursing

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