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Number of items: 24.
Hayes, J. (2005) Time to change. Nursing standard, 19 (24).
Harrison, A. and Hayes, J. (2004) Consultant nurses in mental health: A discussion of the historical and policy context of the role. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing, 11 (2). pp. 185-188. ISSN 1351-0126
Hayes, J. (2002) Book review of Horwitz A and Scheid T, A handbook for the study of mental health, social contexts, theories and systems. The Bristish Journal of Forensic Practice, 4 (2). ISSN 1463-6646
Hayes, J. (2002) Some reflections on a forensic consultant nurse's responsibilities for service development in a medium and low secure setting. National association of psychiatric intensive care units bulletin, 2 (4). pp. 38-39.
Hayes, J. (2000) Book review of Kaye C and Franey A: Managing high security psychiatric care. British Journal of Forensic Practice, 2 (2). p. 43. ISSN 1463-6646
Hayes, J. (1998) Learning from practice: Developing the reflective skills of forensic psychiatric nurses. Psychiatric care, 5 (11). pp. 30-33.
Hayes, J. (2000) Race, culture and ethnicity in secure psychiatric practice. In: Kaye, C. and Lingiah, T., eds. (2000) Race, culture and ethnicity in secure psychiatric practice. : Jessica Kingsley Publishers. ISBN 9781853026966
Conference or Workshop Item
Hayes, J. (2006) From administration to prescription. In: Shaping mental health nursing for the 21st century, Robinson College, Cambridge, 17th July, 2006.
Hayes, J. (2006) CNO Good practice example- developing associate practitioners. In: SW acute practice development network, Taunton Vale sports club, 23 June 2006.
Hayes, J. and Bancroft, M. (2006) Associate practitioners: The return of the enrolled nurse? In: RCN 11th European mental health conference, Europa hotel, Belfast, 10th March, 2006.
Fowler, H., Bow, J., Hayes, J. and Bancroft, M. (2005) From theory to practice the development of the associate practitioner role. In: Developing the role of the associate practitioner, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK, 16th November, 2005.
Hayes, J. (2005) Reflixivity: Mysterious academic code word or a way to engage fully in the research process. In: UWE Education faculty research student conference, Frenchay, UWE Bristol, 24th June, 2005.
Hayes, J. (2004) Is the narrative technique and ethically and methodologically sound way to analyse qualitative data produced as a diary? In: Mental health nurse academics UK, Somerset College of Arts and Technology, Taunton, 26th October, 2004.
Hayes, J., Moule, P. and Bheenuck, S. (2004) Ethical issues: Researching professional education in health. In: Bera Annual Conference, UMIST, UK, 16th September, 2004.
Hayes, J., Moule, P. and Bheenuck, S. (2004) Ethical issues: Researching professional education in health. In: Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Manchester, 16-18 September 2004, University of Manchester, UK, 16th-18th September, 2004.
Hayes, J. (2004) Learning from inquiries. In: Learning from inquiries, mentally disordered offender training group, Bridgwater rugby club, UK, 29th September, 2004.
Moore, A., Townsend, G. and Hayes, J. (2003) Mental health workers in mental health. In: HR in the NHS, International conference centre, Birmingham, 2 June 2003.
Hayes, J. and Harrison, A. (2003) Exploring consultant nurses' perceptions of their role. In: RCN Rewind-refocus 8th European Mental Health Nursing Conference, London, UK, 7 February 2003.
Harrison, A. and Hayes, J. (2003) How consultant nurses are developing in their role. In: RCN mental health nursing conference, London, 7 February 2003.
Jennifer, C. and Hayes, J. (2001) What women want: What women get. In: What women want: What women get conference, HM prison, Leyhill, 22nd June, 2001.
Hayes, J. (2001) Providing a culturally aware service: Some practical solutions. In: A lesser service? Mental healthcare for black and ethnic minorities, Holiday Inn, Bristol, 23rd January, 2001.
Hayes, J. (1998) Matching nursing supply to patient need in a RSU. In: RCN mental health nursing, Belfast, April, 1998.
Hayes, J. (1995) Developing profiles for forensic staff. In: Portfolios: A colloborative approach, Gloucester, UK, 25th January, 1995.
Hayes, J. (1990) Primary nursing in psychiatry. In: Whose life is it anyway?, Wittingham hospital, Preston, UK, 21st November, 1990.
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