aimee aubeeluck
aimee aubeeluck
Professor of Health Psychology Education, University of Nottingham
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Social support in cyberspace: a content analysis of communication within a Huntington's disease online support group
NS Coulson, H Buchanan, A Aubeeluck
Patient education and counseling 68 (2), 173-178, 2007
Development of the Critical Thinking Toolkit (CriTT): A measure of student attitudes and beliefs about critical thinking
EJN Stupple, FA Maratos, J Elander, TE Hunt, KYF Cheung, ...
Thinking Skills and Creativity 23, 91-100, 2017
‘All the burden on all the carers’: exploring quality of life with family caregivers of Huntington’s disease patients
AV Aubeeluck, H Buchanan, EJN Stupple
Quality of life Research 21, 1425-1435, 2012
The Huntington’s disease quality of life battery for carers: reliability and validity
A Aubeeluck, H Buchanan
Clinical Genetics 71 (5), 434-445, 2007
Do student nurses experience Imposter Phenomenon? An international comparison of Final Year Undergraduate Nursing Students readiness for registration
M Christensen, A Aubeeluck, D Fergusson, J Craft, J Knight, L Wirihana, ...
Journal of advanced nursing 72 (11), 2784-2793, 2016
Capturing the Huntington's disease spousal carer experience: A preliminary investigation using the ‘Photovoice’method
A Aubeeluck, H Buchanan
Dementia 5 (1), 95-116, 2006
Caregiving in multiple sclerosis and quality of life: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research
G Topcu, H Buchanan, A Aubeeluck, G Garip
Psychology & Health 31 (6), 693-710, 2016
Huntington’s disease. Part 3: family aspects of HD
A Aubeeluck, CB Moskowitz
British Journal of Nursing 17 (5), 328-331, 2008
Nurses' experiences of caring for their own family members
J Mills, A Aubeeluck
British Journal of Nursing 15 (3), 160-165, 2006
Do graduate entry nursing student’s experience ‘Imposter Phenomenon’?: An issue for debate
A Aubeeluck, G Stacey, EJN Stupple
Nurse Education in Practice 19, 104-106, 2016
Ageing and quality of life in family carers of people with dementia being cared for at home: a literature review
DC de Oliveira, CD Vass, A Aubeeluck
Quality in Primary Care 23 (1), 2015
Caring for the carers: quality of life in Huntington's disease
A Aubeeluck
British journal of nursing 14 (8), 452-454, 2005
The implementation of resilience based clinical supervision to support transition to practice in newly qualified healthcare professionals
G Stacey, G Cook, A Aubeeluck, B Stranks, L Long, M Krepa, K Lucre
Nurse Education Today 94, 104564, 2020
Nursing students’ experiences of care
J McGarry, A Aubeeluck, C Simpson, G Williams
Nursing older people 21 (7), 2009
Huntington’s disease. Part 1: essential background and management
A Aubeeluck, E Wilson
British Journal of Nursing 17 (3), 146-151, 2008
Prevalence and risk factors for chronic edema in UK community nursing services
CJ Moffatt, R Gaskin, M Sykorova, E Dring, A Aubeeluck, PJ Franks, ...
Lymphatic research and biology 17 (2), 147-154, 2019
The menstrual joy questionnaire items alone can positively prime reporting of menstrual attitudes and symptoms
A Aubeeluck, M Maguire
Psychology of Women Quarterly 26 (2), 160-162, 2002
Combining lived experience with the facilitation of enquiry‐based learning: a ‘trigger’for transformative learning
G Stacey, R Oxley, A Aubeeluck
Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing 22 (7), 522-528, 2015
Quality of life on the views of older family carers of people with dementia
D Oliveira, C Vass, A Aubeeluck
Dementia 18 (3), 990-1009, 2019
A case study exploring the experience of resilience-based clinical supervision and its influence on care towards self and others among student nurses
G Stacey, A Aubeeluck, G Cook, S Dutta
International Practice Development Journal 7 (2), 2017
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