Heather Skirton
Heather Skirton
Professor of Applied Health Genetics, Plymouth University
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Psychological factors that impact on women's experiences of first-time motherhood: a qualitative study of the transition
R Darvill, H Skirton, P Farrand
Midwifery 26 (3), 357-366, 2010
Educational gaming in the health sciences: systematic review
G Blakely, H Skirton, S Cooper, P Allum, P Nelmes
Journal of Advanced Nursing 65 (2), 259-269, 2009
Can I get a retweet please? Health research recruitment and the Twittersphere
A O'Connor, L Jackson, L Goldsmith, H Skirton
Journal of advanced nursing 70 (3), 599-609, 2014
Genetic education and the challenge of genomic medicine: development of core competences to support preparation of health professionals in Europe
H Skirton, C Lewis, A Kent, DA Coviello
European Journal of Human Genetics 18 (9), 972-977, 2010
A systematic review of factors that act as barriers to patient referral to genetic services
T Delikurt, GR Williamson, V Anastasiadou, H Skirton
European Journal of Human Genetics 23 (6), 739-745, 2015
Direct-to-consumer genomic testing: systematic review of the literature on user perspectives
L Goldsmith, L Jackson, A O'connor, H Skirton
European Journal of Human Genetics 20 (8), 811-816, 2012
A systematic review of variability and reliability of manual and automated blood pressure readings
H Skirton, W Chamberlain, C Lawson, H Ryan, E Young
Journal of clinical nursing 20 (5‐6), 602-614, 2011
The emotional experiences of family carers in Huntington disease
JK Williams, H Skirton, JS Paulsen, T Tripp‐Reimer, L Jarmon, ...
Journal of advanced nursing 65 (4), 789-798, 2009
The client's perspective of genetic counseling—a grounded theory study
H Skirton
Journal of Genetic Counseling 10 (4), 311-329, 2001
Nurses’ competence in genetics: A mixed method systematic review
H Skirton, A O’Connor, A Humphreys
Journal of Advanced Nursing 68 (11), 2387-2398, 2012
Use of educational games in the health professions: A mixed‐methods study of educators' perspectives in the UK
G Blakely, H Skirton, S Cooper, P Allum, P Nelmes
Nursing & health sciences 12 (1), 27-32, 2010
Direct to consumer genetic testing: a systematic review of position statements, policies and recommendations
H Skirton, L Goldsmith, L Jackson, A O'Connor
Clinical genetics 82 (3), 210-218, 2012
A three generation family with fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva.
JM Connor, H Skirton, PW Lunt
Journal of medical genetics 30 (8), 687-689, 1993
Non-invasive prenatal diagnosis for fetal sex determination: benefits and disadvantages from the service users’ perspective
C Lewis, M Hill, H Skirton, LS Chitty
European journal of human genetics 20 (11), 1127-1133, 2012
Antenatal screening and informed choice: a cross-sectional survey of parents and professionals
H Skirton, O Barr
Midwifery 26 (6), 596-602, 2010
Preparedness of newly qualified midwives to deliver clinical care: an evaluation of pre-registration midwifery education through an analysis of key events
H Skirton, N Stephen, F Doris, M Cooper, M Avis, DM Fraser
Midwifery 28 (5), e660-e666, 2012
Development and validation of a measure of informed choice for women undergoing non-invasive prenatal testing for aneuploidy
C Lewis, M Hill, H Skirton, LS Chitty
European Journal of Human Genetics 24 (6), 809-816, 2016
Living without a diagnosis: the parental experience
C Lewis, H Skirton, R Jones
Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers 14 (6), 807-815, 2010
A systematic review of interventions to provide genetics education for primary care
M Paneque, D Turchetti, L Jackson, P Lunt, E Houwink, H Skirton
BMC family practice 17, 1-17, 2016
Genomics in nursing education
CA Prows, M Glass, MJ Nicol, H Skirton, J Williams
Journal of Nursing Scholarship 37 (3), 196-202, 2005
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