This page was last updated: January 19th, 2022
The South West Clinical School Journal aims to share and celebrate evidence-based practice at its best.
This journal has evolved to capture the evidence implementation experiences and research activity of nurses, midwives, allied health professionals and other non-medical clinical colleagues. For some colleagues the journal provides a route to their first formal publication. It also provides staff within these professions the opportunity to review and edit articles for publication and get involved in producing a regular electronic journal these all build to meet the wider aim of the South West Clinical School in Cornwall: giving exposure to opportunities to grow clinical academic knowledge and skills.
Issue 1, Number 1
Nurturing clinical academic talent
Frazer Underwood and Jill Shawe
#400words: Knowledge + Action (implementing evidence-based practice)
Reducing Hospital Acquired Pressure Damage on Roskear Ward
Experiences of midwives working in rural communities
Samantha Gale and Sandra Hogan
Improving proactive and preventative community-based dementia care from within the acute trust
Caroline Ellis, Dr Emily Oliver and Rachel Johnstone
The Editorial Advisory Board is a group of experts, drawn from the Clinical School Leadership Group or who are invited on to the Board, who dictate the tone and direction of the publication’s editorial policy.
The Board is made up of an Editor-in-Chief (and Chair) and Editorial Advisory Board Members.
Editorial Board Members are voluntary members who:
Dr Frazer Underwood, Associate Clinical Professor (Honorary) and Consultant Nurse. Joint Director of the South West Clinical School in Cornwall.
Editorial Advisory Board:
Lisa Attrill, Lecturer in Adult Nursing, University of Plymouth’s School of Nursing & Midwifery
Dr Lisa Burrows, Outreach Librarian, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust.
Mandy Gorton, Quality Improvement Manager, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust.
Caroline Jamison, Associate Head of School – Teaching & Learning and Lecturer Adult Nursing/Apprenticeship Lead. University of Plymouth’s School of Nursing & Midwifery.
Dr Helen Lyndon, Consultant Nurse, Cornwall Partnership Foundation Trust.
Heather Newton, Consultant Nurse Tissue Viability. Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust.
Katy Oak, Knowledge Service Manager, Cornwall Health Library, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust.
Professor Jill Shawe, Professor in Maternal and Family Health, University of Plymouth’s School of Nursing & Midwifery and Joint Director of the South West Clinical School in Cornwall.
Emma Underwood, Lymphoedema Specialist (Occupational Therapist), Royal Cornwall Hospital NHS Trust
Michael Wilcock, Head of Prescribing Support Unit, Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust