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Julie McGarry

Associate Professor and Deputy Director of Postgraduate Research and Environment, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

Dr Julie McGarry Academic qualifications: Doctor of Health Science (DHSci Nottingham), MMedSci (Nottingham), Post-Graduate Diploma (Medical Ethics), BA (Hon) (Law & Psychology), PGCHE, SFHEA.

Professional qualifications: Registered nurse (RN) in adult and mental health fields of practice. Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registered nurse teacher.

Julie is an established researcher with expertise and professional background in the field of safeguarding (adults and children), gender based violence and intimate partner violence/domestic violence and abuse with a focus towards survivors' experiences and the development of effective health/social care professionals' responses. Julie has led on a number of funded research initiatives, working with national and local agencies in the UK in the development of safeguarding and domestic violence services for children and families and survivors of abuse. Julie also has a well-established background in participant led research exploring effective approaches to domestic violence identification and management through co-production of arts based narrative projects with survivors of female genital mutilation (FGM) and domestic violence and abuse. Julie has been commissioned to lead a number of domestic violence project evaluations both locally and nationally and has also acted in an advisory capacity for local and national agencies in domestic violence service/education development. Julie's work synthesizes research, education and practice and predominantly utilizes a qualitative approach to enquiry including personal narrative and ethnography - recent and current work includes older women and personal accounts of DVA survivorship and narrative accounts of FGM survivors. Julie has initiated multi-agency collaborative scholarly partnerships on both international and national levels through leading the successful inception of the Integrated Domestic Violence and Abuse Research Group and Seminar Series within the Social Futures Centre of Excellence, Institute of Mental Health. Julie has published widely and disseminated her work through national and international conferences and invited keynote speaker presentations.

Recent co-production e-learning resource 'Unlocking Stories: Older Women's Experiences of Domestic Violence and Abuse told through Creative Expression' can be accessed through the following link: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/helmopen/rlos/safeguarding/unlocking-stories/

Professional Affiliation

Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Senior Fellow of The Institute of Mental Health

Member of the International Health Humanities Network

The Royal College of Nursing UK (Member of Research Society Steering Committee and Vice Chair of the International Research Conference Scientific Committee)

Associate Editor for Ethnicity and Health Journal

Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Adult Protection

Visiting Academic Appointment - Western Sydney University, Australia

Mentor for HEE/NIHR /ICA Mentorship and Outreach programme (ICAM)

The Joanna Briggs Institute - member and accredited systematic review trainer for the University of Nottingham Centre for Evidence Based Healthcare

Expertise Summary

Research expertise:

Research expertise in safeguarding (adults and children), gender based violence and (intimate partner violence) domestic violence and abuse (DVA) and elder abuse. Research profile to date includes leading funded research examining the role of health care professionals in the effective identification and management of abuse, complexities of health and social care delivery with survivors of abuse, gender based violence, older women's experience of DVA and the exploration of women's narratives of DVA survivorship. Evaluative research lead for national and local safeguarding and DVA initiatives including education (healthy relationships) and young people (EQUATION Nottingham).

Chair of the Domestic Violence and Abuse Integrated Research Group, Centre for Social Futures (SoFu), Institute of Mental Health, Nottingham http://www.institutemh.org.uk/

Member of the Health Humanities University of Nottingham Research Priority Area (RPA) - part of the Cultures and Communication Global Research Themes https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/global-research-themes/index.aspx

Researcher/member of the Maternal Health and Mental Health Research Groups, School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham

Teaching expertise:

Lead in the development of a range of practice based learning resources in the field of safeguarding and domestic violence and abuse (DVA). Teaching and learning expertise and background in programme development and course directorship, school wide leadership roles (previously academic lead for safeguarding and currently deputy director for postgraduate research and environment) enquiry-based learning and international virtual learning resource development. Expertise in the development of e-learning resources and UK/international collaborative Reusable Learning Objects (RLO's) in safeguarding and domestic violence and family abuse. Current RLO development in narratives of survivorship within the context of DVA, 'masks of resilience' (student nurse project) and female genital mutilation (FGM) using arts based approaches.

Lord Dearing Award 2016 for excellence in teaching and learning

Lord Dearing Award 2012 for excellence in teaching and learning

The Joanna Briggs Institute Accredited Trainer

Teaching Summary

Current school wide role

Deputy Director of Postgraduate Research and Environment

Teaching interests

  • Module Lead for Patient and Public Involvement in Quality and Safety Improvement (part of MSc Quality in Patient Safety and Improvement pathway)
  • Gender based violence and domestic violence and abuse: mental and physical health contexts
  • Domestic abuse and safeguarding (adults and children)
  • Health and social policy - inter and intra boundary working
  • Arts and narrative
  • Person-centred care
  • Legal and ethical issues in health care
  • Qualitative research methods/evidence based practice/evidence synthesis
  • Supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation and doctoral students across faculty and across international campus
  • Student practice learning support

Awards

2016 Lord Dearing Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, University of Nottingham

2014 Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

2012 Lord Dearing Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, University of Nottingham

Research Summary

Current Research

Developing a model for safeguarding clinical supervision (PI) Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (2017-2018)

Do primary care nurses provide appropriate care to women victims of violence from black and ethnic communities? General Nursing Council (Co-applicant with University of Sheffield) (2017-2018)

Developing an inter-professional U21 curriculum for Gender Based Violence Universitas 21 Health Group Project Funding (Co-applicant as part of an international team) (2017-2018)

ESRC Showcasing Fund Engage with Us Event ESRC Impact Leaders Programme 2017 Group (CI) (2017)

Improving Service Provision for Survivors of Domestic Violence with Complex Needs: Seminar ESRC Impact Accelerator Fund (CI) (2017)

Translation of DVA Perpetrator Toolkit ESRC Impact Accelerator Fund (PI) (2017-2018)

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Review Project (PI) (2017)

Development of e-learning resources to support student nurses and newly qualified registrants in the effective management of domestic violence and abuse in practice. The Burdett Trust for Nursing Grant (Collaboration with University of Sheffield 2016-2017)

Improving care for women and girls who have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM): qualitative evidence synthesis. NIHR Health Services and Values Programme (CI) (2017-2018)

Evaluation of the Implementation of the National IRIS (domestic violence and abuse) Initiative across Nottingham City GP Practices (Collaboration with Kings College London 2016 - 2017)

National Survey of Current Awareness of Qualified and Student Nurses Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Towards Identification of Domestic Violence and Abuse (Collaboration with the University of Sheffield, UK 2016 - 2017)

Stories of survivorship: female genital mutation (FGM) - joint educational project with Majatu Nottingham - arts based funded research (2015 - 2017)

What is home? Health Humanities RPA group (2017)

Previous Research Summary

Domestic Violence Specialist Support Worker (STRIDE) Project - commissioned study (2015 - 2016)

Narratives of survivorship: older women's experiences of domestic violence - arts based funded research (2015 - 2016)

The development and evaluation of a domestic violence nurse specialist role in the acute care setting (a two year commissioned evaluation project 2013-2015)

Disclosure and management of domestic violence and abuse in the emergency department (2013-2014)

Exploring service responses to domestic violence among older populations (commissioned research in one region of UK) 2012

Examining domestic violence and the safeguarding specialist nurse role in the emergency department (ED) (2011-2012)

Exploration of older women's experiences of domestic abuse (2008-2010)

Doctoral Thesis: Defining roles, relationships, boundaries and participation between older people and nurses within the home: an ethnographic study (Completed 2007)

  • Publications section reflects wider research/teaching and learning interests and projects undertaken

Recent Publications

  • MCGARRY J, HINSLIFF-SMITH K, WATTS K, EVANS C and MCCLOSKEY P, 2017. The experiences and impact of mistreatment and obstetric violence for women during childbearing: Protocol for a systematic review of qualitative evidence Protocol for a systematic review of qualitative evidence, JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports. 15(3), 620-627
  • RECCHIA N and MCGARRY J, 2017. 'Don’t Judge Me’: Narratives of living with FGM International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare. 10(1), 4-13
  • ALI P and MCGARRY J, 2017. Responding to intimate partner violence in health care settings Nursing Standard. (In Press.)
  • THOMSON L, HADFIELD S, MCGARRY J and DUKE L, 2017. Evaluation of RENEW Services Nottingham Institute of Mental Health Nottingham.

2017

Invited speaker

University of Hertfordshire December 2017

Sexual and intimate partner violence seminar

Developing effective responses to intimate partner violence: exploration of traditional boundary narratives

Presentation

Global Evidence Summit Cape Town South Africa. September 2017

Hidden voices: towards participant-led research in gender based violence

Invited Speaker

Domestic Abuse Conference: Protecting and supporting victims: University of Salford. June 2017

Exploring Domestic Violence and Abuse in Healthcare Contexts

Symposium and concurrent oral presentation

Royal College of Nursing International Research Conference. April 2017

1. Domestic violence: Exploration of education and training to support effective identification and management in practice contexts.

2. 'Don't Judge Me' Narratives of female genital mutilation (FGM) survivorship

Oral presentations

Interpersonal Violence Interventions - Social and Cultural Perspectives 2nd International Conference, Jyväskylä, Finland. June 2017

1. 'Obstetric Violence' a term suitable for all settings?

2. 'No quick fix': developing a model for social care professionals to effectively work with families where domestic violence and abuse has been identified

Oral presentation

Joanna Briggs Collaboration European Symposium May 2017 Aberdeen

Emergency Department Responses to DVA: a review and synthesis of the evidence

2016

Keynote Speaker

Against Violence and Abuse (AVA) UK. Mental Health and Abuse - A Strategic Response That Works. November 2016

The impact of domestic abuse on mental health and wellbeing: complex care encounters

Plenary Speaker

Symposium: Western Sydney University, Australia September 2016

Promising Paradigms, Policies and Practices: Working with the community based agencies to research ways to recognize and respond effectively to violence against older women.

Master Class

Reflexivity and Trauma: Undertaking Research in 'Sensitive ' Topic Areas

This symposium and Master Class form part of a visiting research appointment and collaboration.

Invited speaker

Chance for Change Conference: Domestic Violence and Abuse Initiatives. Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Nottingham March 2016

An Evaluation of the 'STRIDE' Domestic Violence Perpetrator and Survivor Specialist Worker Project in Nottingham

Think Family Conference Nottingham May 2016

The impact of domestic abuse on wellbeing

International Nurses Day 2016 University of Sheffield

Domestic violence and Abuse: Meeting the challenge for the development of effective responses in Nursing

Conference presentations 2016

Royal College of Nursing International Research Conference April 2016 Symposium

Methodological opportunities and challenges in undertaking domestic violence and abuse (DVA) research in healthcare contexts

STTI European Conference June 2016 Symposium

Understanding healthcare professionals responses to domestic violence and abuse: explored through the lens of abjection, otherness and the moral legitimacy of health and illness

2015

Invited Speaker: September 2015. Mojatu: Ending Female Genital Mutilation Together International Conference. Nottingham, UK.

Invited Speaker: October 2015. Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness. Researcher Distress. Nottingham, UK

Invited Speaker: November 2015. 9th North East Conference on Sexual Violence. Durham: UK

Keynote Speaker: December 2015. ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services 40th Year Anniversary Conference The Changing Face of Domestic Violence -Towards a Future Without Abuse. Limerick: Ireland

Conference Presentations 2015

4th International Health Humanities Conference Concurrent paper and round table: Silent Voices: Exploring women's experience of health care professionals responses to domestic violence and abuse

Royal College of Nursing International Research Conference Concurrent Papers:

1. Identifying survivors of domestic violence and abuse: the underlying complexity of health care presentations in the Emergency Department

2. Silent voices: exploring women's experiences of health care professionals responses to domestic violence and abuse

Royal College of Nursing International Education Forum Concurrent Paper: Safeguarding in healthcare curricula: developing incremental teaching and learning resources through collaborative stakeholder partnerships

Nurse Education Today Conference Symposium: Developing a bi-lingual global health education resource examining domestic violence and abuse for virtual learning exchange between the Universities of Nottingham, Bedfordshire UK & Sao Paulo, Brazil: overcoming challenges and developing sustainable academic collaborations.

Past Research

Current Research

Developing a model for safeguarding clinical supervision (PI) Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust (2017-2018)

Do primary care nurses provide appropriate care to women victims of violence from black and ethnic communities? General Nursing Council (Co-applicant with University of Sheffield) (2017-2018)

Developing an inter-professional U21 curriculum for Gender Based Violence Universitas 21 Health Group Project Funding (Co-applicant as part of an international team) (2017-2018)

ESRC Showcasing Fund Engage with Us Event ESRC Impact Leaders Programme 2017 Group (CI) (2017)

Improving Service Provision for Survivors of Domestic Violence with Complex Needs: Seminar ESRC Impact Accelerator Fund (CI) (2017)

Translation of DVA Perpetrator Toolkit ESRC Impact Accelerator Fund (PI) (2017-2018)

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust Review Project (PI) (2017)

Development of e-learning resources to support student nurses and newly qualified registrants in the effective management of domestic violence and abuse in practice. The Burdett Trust for Nursing Grant (Collaboration with University of Sheffield 2016-2017)

Improving care for women and girls who have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM): qualitative evidence synthesis. NIHR Health Services and Values Programme (CI) (2017-2018)

Evaluation of the Implementation of the National IRIS (domestic violence and abuse) Initiative across Nottingham City GP Practices (Collaboration with Kings College London 2016 - 2017)

National Survey of Current Awareness of Qualified and Student Nurses Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Towards Identification of Domestic Violence and Abuse (Collaboration with the University of Sheffield, UK 2016 - 2017)

Stories of survivorship: female genital mutation (FGM) - joint educational project with Majatu Nottingham - arts based funded research (2015 - 2017)

What is home? Health Humanities RPA group (2017)

Previous Research Summary

Domestic Violence Specialist Support Worker (STRIDE) Project - commissioned study (2015 - 2016)

Narratives of survivorship: older women's experiences of domestic violence - arts based funded research (2015 - 2016)

The development and evaluation of a domestic violence nurse specialist role in the acute care setting (a two year commissioned evaluation project 2013-2015)

Disclosure and management of domestic violence and abuse in the emergency department (2013-2014)

Exploring service responses to domestic violence among older populations (commissioned research in one region of UK) 2012

Examining domestic violence and the safeguarding specialist nurse role in the emergency department (ED) (2011-2012)

Exploration of older women's experiences of domestic abuse (2008-2010)

Doctoral Thesis: Defining roles, relationships, boundaries and participation between older people and nurses within the home: an ethnographic study (Completed 2007)

  • Publications section reflects wider research/teaching and learning interests and projects undertaken
  • MCGARRY J, HINSLIFF-SMITH K, WATTS K, EVANS C and MCCLOSKEY P, 2017. The experiences and impact of mistreatment and obstetric violence for women during childbearing: Protocol for a systematic review of qualitative evidence Protocol for a systematic review of qualitative evidence, JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports. 15(3), 620-627
  • RECCHIA N and MCGARRY J, 2017. 'Don’t Judge Me’: Narratives of living with FGM International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare. 10(1), 4-13
  • ALI P and MCGARRY J, 2017. Responding to intimate partner violence in health care settings Nursing Standard. (In Press.)
  • THOMSON L, HADFIELD S, MCGARRY J and DUKE L, 2017. Evaluation of RENEW Services Nottingham Institute of Mental Health Nottingham.
  • MCGARRY J and BOWDEN D, 2017. Unlocking stories: older women’s experiences of intimate partner violence told through creative expression Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing.
  • MCGARRY J, 2016. Domestic violence and abuse: an exploration and evaluation of a domestic abuse nurse specialist role in acute health care services Journal of Clinical Nursing (Early view).
  • ALI P, MCGARRY J and DHINGRA K, 2016. Identifying Signs of Intimate Partner Violence Emergency Nurse. 23(9), 25-29
  • MCGARRY J and ALI P, 2016. Researching Domestic Violence and Abuse in Health Care Settings: Challenges and Issues Journal of Research in Nursing. 21(5-6), 465-476
  • MCGARRY J and HINSLIFF-SMITH K, 2016. Silent Voices: Exploring women's experience of health care professional’s responses to domestic violence and abuse (accepted for publication) Journal of Medical Humanities.
  • ALI P, DHINGRA K and MCGARRY J, 2016. A literature review of intimate partner violence and its classifications Aggression and Violent Behavior (Early View and HEI E-Repository).
  • MCGARRY J, BAKER C, WILSON C and FELTON A, 2015. 'Freedom to Speak up': the development of safeguarding teaching and learning and effective support for students within pre-registration nursing curricula Nursing Standard. 30(14), 44-48
  • MCGARRY J, BAKER C, WILSON C, FELTON A and BANERJEE A, 2015. Preparation for safeguarding in UK pre-registration graduate nurse education Journal of Adult Protection. 17(6), 371-379
  • J MCGARRY, 2015. Invisible: Older women’s experiences of domestic violence and abuse Journal of Advanced Nursing (interactive): http://journalofadvancednursing.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/invisible-older-womens-experiences-of.html?m=1.
  • STACEY G, MCGARRY J, AUBEELUCK A, BULL H, SIMPSON C, SHEPPARD F and THOMPSON S, 2014. An Integrated Educational Model for Graduate Entry Nursing Cirriculum Design Nurse Education Today. 34(1), 145-149
  • MCGARRY J, SIMPSON C and HINSLIFF-SMITH K, 2014. An exploration of service responses to domestic abuse among older people: findings from one region of the UK Journal of Adult Protection. 16(4),
  • MCGARRY J, WESTBURY M, KENCH S and FURSE B, 2014. Developing responses to domestic abuse in acute hospital care settings: the development of a nurse specialist role Nursing Standard. online publication 24.4.14
  • MCGARRY J, HINSLIFF-SMITH K, KENCH S and MILLER P, 2014. Responses to disclosure of domestic violence in the Emergency Department (ED) CEM Abstracts Emergency Medicine Journal. 31(9), 787
  • JULIE MCGARRY, PHILIP CLISSETT, DAVINA POROCK and WENDY L WALKER, 2013. Placement Learning in Older People Nursing: A Guide for Students in Practice Bailliere Tindall Elsevier.
  • MCGARRY J, SIMPSON C and HINSLIFF-SMITH K, 2013. Safeguarding and domestic abuse: an intersection for future policy and practice development Journal of Care Services Management. 6(4), 156-160
  • MCGARRY J, KENCH S and SIMPSON C, 2013. The development of the domestic abuse nurse specialist role in a UK emergency department. Emergency Nurse. 21(3),
  • MCGARRY J and AUBEELUCK A, 2013. A Different Drum: An Arts-Based Educational Program in Complex Care Encounters Nursing Science Quarterly. 26(3), 267 - 273
  • HYDE A, MCGARRY J, THOMPSON S, WILKIE K and AUBEELUCK A, 2013. The development of a shared e-learning resource across three distinct programmes based at universities in England, Ireland and Scotland Innovations in Education and Teaching International.
  • SIMPSON C and MCGARRY J, 2012. Inter-professional Education: Innovation in Action Nurse Education in Practice. 12(1),
  • CHAMBERS, D., THOMPSON, S., NAIRN, S., MCGARRY, J. and CHAMBERS, C., 2012. Reflexivity and habitus:opportunities and constraints on transformative learning. Nursing Philosophy. 13(3), 189-201
  • LEDUCQ M, WALSH P, HINSLIFF-SMITH K and MCGARRY J, 2012. A key transition for student nurses: the first placement experience Nurse Education Today. 32(7), 729-834
  • MCGARRY J and SIMPSON C, 2012. Improved safeguarding of older people through inter-agency learning Nursing Older People. 24(10), 14-18
  • MCGARRY, J., SIMPSON, C. and HINSLIFF-SMITH, K., 2011. The impact of domestic abuse on the health of older women: a review of the literature Health and Social Care in the Community. 19(1), 3-14
  • MCGARRY J, AUBEELUCK A, JAMES V, HINSLIFF-SMITH K, 2011. Maximising Graduate Status in Pre-registration Nursing Programmes: Utilising Problem Based Learning Nurse Education in Practice. 11(6), 341-416
  • MCGARRY J & SIMPSON C, 2011. Domestic Violence and Older Women: A Review of the Evidence Journal of Current Clinical Care. March/April, 1-8
  • MCGARRY, J. & SIMPSON, C., 2011. Domestic abuse and older women: exploring the opportunities for service development and care delivery Journal of Adult Protection. 13(6), 294-301
  • MCGARRY, J, SIMPSON, C and MANSOUR, MANSOUR, 2010. Exploring the impact of domestic abuse on the lives and health of older women: implications for policy and practice development. Nursing Older People. 22(5), 33-37
  • MCGARRY J, 2010. Ageing, Policy and Practice: an overview HIV Nursing. 10(1), 2-4
  • MCGARRY J & SIMPSON C, 2010. The impact of domestic abuse on the lives of older women SAFE: The Domestic Abuse Quarterly. 13-16
  • MALTBY, J, WILLIAMS, G, MCGARRY, J and DAY, L., 2010. Research Methods for Nursing and Healthcare Pearson.
  • MCGARRY J, 2010. Exploring the effect of conducting sensitive research Nurse Researcher. 18(1), 8-14
  • MCGARRY J AUBEELUCK A SIMPSON C WILLIAMS G, 2009. Student nurses experiences of working with older people: dignity and values Nursing Older People. 21(7), 16-22
  • MCGARRY, J & SIMPSON C, 2009. Identifying, reporting and preventing elder abuse in the practice setting Nursing Older People. 21(1), 33-38
  • MCGARRY J, 2009. Seeing the Person: Developing Clinical Practice Nursing Standard. 23(49), 61
  • GENT, C, MCGARRY, J and PINNINGTON, L., 2009. Motor neurone disease: Carers' experiences, behaviour and coping methods British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 5(12), 567 - 573
  • MCGARRY J & SIMPSON C, 2009. Raising awareness of elder abuse in the community practice setting British Journal of Community Nursing. 14(7), 305-308
  • MCGARRY J, 2009. The nature of relationships between nurses and older people within the home: exploring the boundaries of care (early view: published online Oct 09) International Journal of Older People Nursing. 5(4), 265-273
  • MCGARRY, J & SIMPSON, C, 2008. Identifying, reporting and preventing elder abuse in the practice setting (Learning Zone) Nursing Standard. 22(46), 23-29
  • MCGARRY J, 2008. Older women and domestic violence: defining the concept and raising awareness in practice Nursing Older People. 20(6), 10 - 11
  • MCGARRY J, 2008. Exploring the nurse-patient relationship in the home Nursing Times. 104(28), 32-33
  • MCGARRY J & SIMPSON C., 2007. Developing student nurses awareness of elder abuse as an issue: a discussion of a learning resource Nursing Older People. 19(2), 27-31
  • MCGARRY, J, 2007. Can nurses recognise elder abuse? (Editorial) Nursing Older People. 19(8), 3
  • MCGARRY, J.H., 2006. Nursing relationships in ethnographic research: what of rapport? Nurse researcher. 14(3), 7-14
  • MCGARRY, J. and NAIRN, S., 2005. The interface between primary and secondary care: The role of telemedicine in home care Journal of Primary Health Care. 15(2), 21-23
  • MCGARRY, J, 2004. Exploring the significance of place in community nursing British Journal of Community Nursing. 9(7), 302-304
  • MCGARRY, J. and THOM, N., 2004. User and Carer Involvement in Nurse Education Programmes: Towards the Development of a Supportive and Meaningful Participant Framework Nursing Times.
  • COX, K. and MCGARRY, J., 2003. Why patients don't take part in cancer clinical trials: an overview of the literature European Journal of Cancer Care. VOL 12(PART 2), 114-122
  • MCGARRY, J., 2003. The essence of 'community' within community nursing: a district nursing perspective. Health & Social Care in the Community. 11(5), 423-430
  • ALLCOCK, N., MCGARRY, J. and ELKAN, R., 2002. Management of pain in older people within the nursing home: a preliminary study Health and Social Care in the Community. 10(6), 464-471
  • MCGARRY, J. and ARTHUR, A., 2001. Informal caring in late life: a qualitative study of the experiences of older carers Journal of Advanced Nursing. 33(2), 182-189
  • ARTHUR A & MCGARRY J, 1999. Epidemiology and Nursing: The Melton Mowbray Ageing Project Nursing Times. 95(8), 56-57
  • MCGARRY J & ARTHUR A, 1999. Can the over-75 health checks identify unmet need? Nursing Standard. 13(33), 37-39

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