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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. The risks of the single story
  2. Prescribing challenges and what the future holds: An inquiry focused session
  3. Midwifery professional boundaries and relationships workshop
  4. Breast care nursing: a postgraduate pathway for practice development
  5. Professional boundaries and relationships workshop series
  6. Navigating PhD study: Tips for starting, surviving and thriving in doctoral study
  7. Boundary negotiations in living a professional life: Care of the self and others
  8. Professional boundaries workshops
  9. Conference report: 14th International Reflective Practice Conference
  10. Reflexivity in 'sensitive' qualitative research: Unfurling knowledge for nursing

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1Doing phenomenological research collaboratively1289
2Mobile computing in a New Zealand Bachelor of Nursing Programme985
3Reflexivity in 'sensitive' qualitative research: Unfurling knowledge for nursing818
4Autoethnography as critical inquiry: Self-narratives of a black foreign educated nurse working in New Zealand730
5Ethical challenges in qualitative health research: Positioning the self as nurse researcher617
6Nurse family members: "The call to care" for our own relatives606
7Professional boundaries workshops448
8Conference report: 14th International Reflective Practice Conference418
9Negotiating ethical challenges in sensitive research: The registered nurse caring for her own relative in palliative care415
10The risks of the single story268