Sharan Watson


NameSharan Watson
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Post-registration Health Care
Research instituteCollege of Health, Psychology and Social Care

Research outputs

Why it’s important healthcare professionals talk about dying

Watson, Sharan 2020. Why it’s important healthcare professionals talk about dying. University of Derby.

Implementing real talk: interprofessional education intervention enabling clinicians to develop confidence in open and honest conversations about dying

Watson, Sharan and Whittaker, Becky 2020. Implementing real talk: interprofessional education intervention enabling clinicians to develop confidence in open and honest conversations about dying. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care. https://doi.org/10.1136/spcare-2020-PCC.66

Real talk facilitator manual: Engaging patients with end of life talk

Parry, Ruth, Whittaker, Becky, Pino, Marco, Land, Vicky, Jenkins, Laura, Faull, Victoria, Feathers, Luke and Watson, Sharan 2020. Real talk facilitator manual: Engaging patients with end of life talk.

Testing real talk: an adaptable evidence-based communication skills intervention in end of life talk

Watson, Sharan, Whittaker, Becky and Parry, Ruth 2019. Testing real talk: an adaptable evidence-based communication skills intervention in end of life talk. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2019-HUKNC.34

20 Real talk - beyond advanced communication skills: outcomes of a residential workshop for palliative care doctors

Whittaker, Becky and Watson, Sharan 2019. 20 Real talk - beyond advanced communication skills: outcomes of a residential workshop for palliative care doctors. BMJ. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2019-ASP.43

Real talk facilitator manual: Engaging patients with end of life talk

Parry, Ruth, Whittaker, Becky, Pino, Marco, Land, Vicky, Faull, Christina, Feathers, Luke and Watson, Sharan 2019. Real talk facilitator manual: Engaging patients with end of life talk. Real Talk.

Exploration of volunteers and support workers initiation of quality of life conversations in hospice palliative day care

Watson, Sharan and Hembrow, Alison 2019. Exploration of volunteers and support workers initiation of quality of life conversations in hospice palliative day care. BMJ. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2019-ASP.152

Dying from liver disease: the importance of end-of-life discussions

Watson, Sharan and Mortimore, Gerri 2018. Dying from liver disease: the importance of end-of-life discussions. Gastrointestinal Nursing. https://doi.org/10.12968/gasn.2018.16.Sup10.S37

Exploration of support workers and volunteers initiation of advance care planning and quality of life conversations in palliative care.

Watson, Sharan and Hembrow, Alison 2018. Exploration of support workers and volunteers initiation of advance care planning and quality of life conversations in palliative care.

Dying matters - Why we need to talk about death.

Watson, Sharan 2018. Dying matters - Why we need to talk about death. University of Derby.

Dying matters - What can we do in our communities?

Watson, Sharan, Virk, Navjot Kaur, Brock, Martin, Dickens, Adam, Swanwick, Maelie and Home, Dave 2018. Dying matters - What can we do in our communities?

"Penny's plan" - Dying matters what can we do?

Watson, Sharan, O'Reilly, Chris and Mortimore, Gerri 2018. "Penny's plan" - Dying matters what can we do?

21 Real talk – a novel evidence-based, video-based communication skills training resource.

Parry, Ruth, Whittaker, Becky, Pino, Marco, Watson, Sharan, Hamlyn, Sarah and Faull, Christina 2018. 21 Real talk – a novel evidence-based, video-based communication skills training resource. BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2018-ASPabstracts.21

Development, validity and reliability testing of the East Midlands Evaluation Tool (EMET) for measuring impacts on trainees’ confidence and competence following end of life care training

Whittaker, Becky, Parry, Ruth, Bird, Lydia, Watson, Sharan and Faull, Christina 2017. Development, validity and reliability testing of the East Midlands Evaluation Tool (EMET) for measuring impacts on trainees’ confidence and competence following end of life care training.

Development, validity and reliability testing of the East Midlands Evaluation Tool (EMET) for measuring impacts on trainees’ confidence and competence following end of life care training

Whittaker, Becky, Parry, Ruth, Bird, Lydia, Watson, Sharan and Faull, Christina 2017. Development, validity and reliability testing of the East Midlands Evaluation Tool (EMET) for measuring impacts on trainees’ confidence and competence following end of life care training. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2016-001100

Death cafés serve up a welcome taste of reality.

Watson, Sharan 2017. Death cafés serve up a welcome taste of reality. Final Choices Publishing Ltd..
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