Publications

The following publications focus on parent experience, narrative and story-telling in the field of neonatal care:

  • Fowler, C, Green, J, Elliot, D, Whiting, L and Petty, J (2019). The forgotten mothers of extremely preterm babies: need for increased psychosocial support. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 28(11-12), 2124-2134.  Full text / Open access: CLICK HERE
  • Petty J, Jarvis J, Thomas R. (2019a). Listening to the parent voice to inform person-centred neonatal care. Journal of Neonatal Nursing. 25(3), 121-126. ABSTRACT
  • Petty J, Jarvis J, Thomas R. (2019b). Understanding parents’ emotional experiences for neonatal education: A narrative, interpretive approach. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 28(9-10), 911-1924.  ABSTRACT
  • Petty, J, Whiting, L., Green, J., Fowler, C., Rossiter, C. & Elliott, D. (2018). Parents’ views on preparation to care for extremely premature infants at home. Nursing Children and Young People. 30(4), 22-27. Full text / Open access: CLICK HERE
  • Petty, J, Jarvis, J and Thomas, R. (2018). Core Story Creation: Analysing narratives to construct stories for learning. Nurse Researcher. 24(4), 46-50. ABSTRACT
  •  Petty, J (2017). Emotion work in qualitative research: Interviewing parents about the neonatal care experience. Nurse Researcher. 25(3), 26-30. ABSTRACT
  • Petty, J and Treves, R (2017). Development of a digital storytelling resource to support children’s nursing students in neonatal care. Nursing Children and Young People. 29(2), 32-37. ABSTRACT
  • Petty, J. (2017). Creating stories for learning about the neonatal care experience through the eyes of student nurses: An interpretive, narrative study. Nurse Education Today. 48: 25-32. ABSTRACT
  • Petty, J. (2016). Learning from narrative to understand person-centred experience: a literature review. Journal of Neonatal Nursing. 22(6), 297-308. ABSTRACT
  • Petty, J. (2016). Appreciation of the neonatal care experience through the eyes of student nurses: The Development of a Storytelling learning resource. LINK (UH online journal). Full text / Open access: CLICK HERE
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