Health E-Learning and Media (HELM) Team
   
   
  

Publications

2013

2012

  • KEEFE G and WHARRAD HJ, 2012. Using e-learning to enhance nursing students' pain management education. Nurse education today. 32(8), e66-72 Doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2012.03.018
  • PAYNE KFB, WHARRAD H and WATTS K, 2012. Smartphone and medical related App use among medical students and junior doctors in the United Kingdom (UK): a regional survey. BMC medical informatics and decision making. 12, 121 Doi: 10.1186/1472-6947-12-121
  • PAYNE KARL, GOODSON, A, TAHIM,A, WHARRAD HJ and FAN, K, 2012. Using the iBook in Medical education and healthcare settings Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 35(4), 162-169
  • SANDERSON-MANN, J, WHARRAD, H and MCCANDLESS, F, 2012. An empirical exploration of the impact of dyslexia on placement learning and a comparison with non-dyslexic students Disability in health and social care. 9(2), 89-99
  • VEZYRIDIS, P, TIMMONS, S and WHARRAD, H J, 2012. Implementation of an Emergency Department Information System (EDIS): a qualitative study of nurses' attitudes and experience Computers in Nursing. 30(10), 540-546
  • WHARRAD, H J, SANDERSON-MANN, J, MCCANDLESS, F and RILEY, F, 2012. Using reusable learning objects to raise awareness and disseminate research findings about the impact of dyslexia in placement based learning Disability in health and social care. 9(2), 141-9

2011

2010

  • BLAKE H & WHARRAD HJ, 2010. The PAVE study (Physical Activity Virtual Education) : Development of Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) to enhance nursing students’ knowledge and understanding of physical activity. In: BAKER, G, FALK-WHYNES, J & SIDOROVITCH, A, ed., Teaching for Integrative Learning Innovations in University Practice 3.
  • DARIEL, O, WHARRAD, HJ & WINDLE, R, 2010. Elusive Elearning? Developing Q-methodology to explore views toward elearning in nursing education Nurse Researcher. 18, 58-70
  • PETIT DIT DARIEL O, WHARRAD H and WINDLE R, 2010. Developing Q-Methodology To Explore Staff Views Toward The Use Of Technology In Nurse Education. Nurse Researcher. 18(1), 58-71 
  • TIMMONS,S, WHARRAD,HJ, VEZYRIDIS,P, RANDLE, J and LYMN, J. & BATH-HEXTALL, F., 2010. Building and sustaining collaboration in a cross institution e-learning development.. In: BROMAGE,A, CLOUDER, L, & GORDON, F and THISTLETHWAITE, J., eds., Interprofessional E-Learning and Collaborative Work: Practices and Technologies IGI Global.
  • WALSH, N., COLLINS, J., RUSH, B. and WHARRAD, H., 2010. Using technology to enhance pre-registration nurse education in diabetes JOURNAL OF DIABETES NURSING. 14(1), 35-37
  • WHARRAD, HJ & WINDLE, R (2010), 2010. Case studies of creating reusable inter professional e-learning objects. In: BROMAGE,A, CLOUDER, L, & GORDON, F and THISTLETHWAITE, J., eds., Interprofessional E-Learning and Collaborative Work: Practices and Technologies. IGI Global.
  • WINDLE, R, LAVERTY, H, HERMAN, L, HALLEWELL, B & WHARRAD, H J., 2010. SHOULD: learning disability nursing students teach their peers. Learning Disability Practice. 13, 26-29
  • WINDLE, R. J., MCCORMICK, D., DANDREA, J. and WHARRAD, H., 2010. The characteristics of reusable learning objects that enhance learning: a case-study in health-science education. British Journal of Educational Technology. 42, 811-823
  • WINDLE, R & WHARRAD, HJ, 2010. Reusable Learning Objects in Health Care Education. In: BROMAGE,A, CLOUDER, L, & GORDON, F and THISTLETHWAITE, J., eds., Interprofessional E-Learning and Collaborative Work: Practices and Technologies IGI Global.
  • WINDLE, R. J., WHARRAD, H., MCCORMICK, D., LAVERTY, H. and TAYLOR, M., 2010. Sharing and reuse in OER; experiences gained from open reusable learning objects in health. Journal of Interactive Media in Education. 4

Health E-Learning and Media Team

School of Health Sciences
B53, B Floor, South Block Link
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

email: helm@nottingham.ac.uk