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Professor Michelle Briggs MSc PhD RGN

Clinical Professor of Nursing School of Health Sciences


Selected Publications

  1. Voiceless and vulnerable: An existential phenomenology of the patient experience in 21st century British hospitals. (Journal article - 2023)
  2. A qualitative study to explore the acceptability and feasibility of implementing person-focused evidence-based pain education concepts in pre-registration physiotherapy training. (Journal article - 2023)
  3. Postoperative Packing of Perianal Abscess Cavities PPAC2 randomized clinical trial (Journal article - 2022)
  4. Florence Nightingale's legacy for clinical academics: A framework analysis of a clinical professorial network and a model for clinical academia. (Journal article - 2022)
  5. Rethinking pain education from the perspectives of people experiencing pain: a meta-ethnography to inform physiotherapy training. (Journal article - 2022)
  6. Interactions between children, parents and nurses during postoperative pain management: A grounded theory study. (Journal article - 2023)
  7. Adolescents' experiences of fluctuating pain in musculoskeletal disorders: a qualitative systematic review and thematic synthesis. (Journal article - 2020)
  8. Characterizing pain flares in adolescent inflammatory and non-inflammatory musculoskeletal disorders: A qualitative study using an interpretative phenomenological approach. (Journal article - 2020)
  9. Twenty-five years of pain education research-what have we learned? Findings from a comprehensive scoping review of research into pre-registration pain education for health professionals. (Journal article - 2018)
  10. Starting where I am: a grounded theory exploration of mindfulness as a facilitator of transition in living with a long-term condition. (Journal article - 2016)