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Louisa Long

Assistant Professor Mental Health Nursing, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences


Research Summary

Current PhD candidate.

Title of research: Care coordination for emerging adults within community mental health teams in the UK: A realistic evaluation with integrated interpretive phenomenological analysis

Supervisory team:

Professor Aimee Aubeeluck

Dr. Tim Carter

Confirmation Review July 2019

Systematic review entitled:

"I've never been able to get started." The experiences, views and beliefs of emerging adults of receiving services from adult mental health services in the United Kingdom: A systematic review and meta-ethnography of qualitative evidence.

Accepted for publication June 2023.

Other publications:

Bond, C., Stacey, G., Westwood, G. and Long, L. (2023), "Evaluation of the impact of leadership development on nurses and midwives underpinned by transformational learning theory: a corpus-informed analysis", Leadership in Health Services, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.

Stacey, G., Cook, G., Aubeeluck, A., Stranks, B., Long, L., Krepa, M. and Lucre, K. (2020). The implementation of resilience based clinical supervision to support transition to practice in newly qualified healthcare professionals. Nurse Education Today, 94, p.104564.

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