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Immy Holloway

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Favourites

  • Holloway, I. and Biley, F., 2011. Being a Qualitative Researcher. Qualitative Health Research.
  • Shipway, R. and Holloway, I., 2010. Running free: Embracing a healthy lifestyle through distance running. Perspectives in Public Health, 130, 1-7.
  • Fenwick, S., Holloway, I. and Alexander, J., 2009. Achieving normality: The key to status passage to motherhood after a Caesarian section. Midwifery, 25, 554-563.
  • Todres, L., Galvin, K.T. and Holloway, I., 2009. The Humanization of Healthcare: A Value Framework for Qualitative Research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 4, 68-77.
  • Brown, L. and Holloway, I., 2008. The adjustment journey of international postgraduate students at an English university: An ethnographic study. Journal of Research in International Education, 7, 232-249.
  • Bluff, R. and Holloway, I., 2008. The efficacy of midwifery role models. Midwifery, 24, 301-309.

Journal Articles

  • Shipway, R. and Holloway, I., 2016. Health and the running body: Notes from an ethnography. INTERNATIONAL REVIEW FOR THE SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT, 51 (1), 78-96.
  • Roddis, J.K., Holloway, I., Bond, C. and Galvin, K.T., 2016. Living with a long-term condition: Understanding well-being for individuals with thrombophilia or asthma. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE STUDIES ON HEALTH AND WELL-BEING, 11.
  • Arnold, R., van Teijlingen, E., Ryan, K. and Holloway, I., 2015. Understanding Afghan healthcare providers: a qualitative study of the culture of care in a Kabul maternity hospital. BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY, 122 (2), 260-267.
  • Norton, E., Holloway, I. and Galvin, K., 2014. Comfort vs. risk: a grounded theory about female adolescent behaviour in the sun. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 23 (13-14), 1889-1899.
  • Shipway, R., Holloway, I. and Jones, I., 2013. Organisations, Practices, Actors and Events: Experiencing Inside the Distance Running Social World. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 48 (3), 259-276.
  • Holloway, I. and Biley, F., 2011. Being a Qualitative Researcher. Qualitative Health Research.
  • Shipway, R. and Holloway, I., 2010. Running free: embracing a healthy lifestyle through distance running. Perspect Public Health, 130 (6), 270-276.
  • Shipway, R. and Holloway, I., 2010. Running free: Embracing a healthy lifestyle through distance running. Perspectives in Public Health, 130, 1-7.
  • Holloway, I., Brown, L. and Shipway, R., 2010. Meaning not measurement: Using ethnography to bring a deeper understanding to the participant experience of festivals and events. International Journal of Event and Festival Management, 1, 74-85.
  • Taylor, A.M., Cloherty, M., Alexander, J., Holloway, I., Galvin, K.T. and Inch, S., 2009. Parental distress around supplementing breastfed babies using nasogastric tubes on the postnatal ward: a theme from an ethnographic study. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 5, 117-124.
  • Fenwick, S., Holloway, I. and Alexander, J., 2009. Achieving normality: The key to status passage to motherhood after a Caesarian section. Midwifery, 25, 554-563.
  • Todres, L., Galvin, K.T. and Holloway, I., 2009. The Humanization of Healthcare: A Value Framework for Qualitative Research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 4, 68-77.
  • Brown, L. and Holloway, I., 2008. The initial stage of the international sojourn: excitement or culture shock? British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 36, 33-49.
  • Brown, L. and Holloway, I., 2008. The adjustment journey of international postgraduate students at an English university: An ethnographic study. Journal of Research in International Education, 7, 232-249.
  • Bluff, R. and Holloway, I., 2008. The efficacy of midwifery role models. Midwifery, 24, 301-309.
  • Holloway, I., Sofaer-Bennett, B. and Walker, J., 2007. The stigmatisation of people with chronic back pain. Disability and Rehabilitation, 29, 1456-1464.
  • Sofaer-Bennett, B., Holloway, I., Moore, A., Lamberty, J., Thorp, T. and O'Dwyer, J., 2007. Perseverance by older people in their management of chronic pain: A qualitative study. Pain Medicine, 8 (3), 271-280.
  • Holloway, I. and Todres, L., 2007. Thinking differently: challenges in qualitative research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 2, 12-18.
  • Holloway, I. and Freshwater, D., 2007. Vulnerable storytelling: narrative research in nursing. Journal of Research in Nursing, 12, 703-711.
  • Holloway, I., Sofaer-Bennett, B. and Walker, J., 2007. Stigmatisation of people in chronic pain. Disability and Rehabilitation, 29, 1456-1464.
  • Sofaer-Bennett, B., Walker, J. and Holloway, I., 2006. The experience of chronic back pain: accounts of loss in those seeking help from pain clinics. European Journal of Pain, 10, 199-207.
  • Cloherty, M., Alexander, J., Holloway, I., Galvin, K.T. and Inch, S., 2005. The cup-versus-bottle debate: a theme from an ethnographic study of the supplementation of breastfed infants in hospital in the United Kingdom. Journal of Human Lactation, 21, 151-162.
  • Sofaer-Bennett, B., Moore, A.P., Holloway, I., Lamberty, J.M., Thorp, T.A.S. and O'Dwyer, J., 2005. Chronic pain as perceived by older people: a qualitative study. Age and Ageing, 34, 462-466.
  • Walker, J., Holloway, I. and Wheeler, S., 2005. Guidelines for reviewing qualitative research. Research Ethics Review, 1, 90-96.
  • Cloherty, M., Holloway, I. and Alexander, J., 2003. Supplementing breast-fed babies in the UK to protect their mothers from tiredness or distress. Midwifery, 20, 194-204.
  • Holloway, I. and Todres, L., 2003. The status of method: flexibility, consistency and coherence. Qualitative Research, 3, 345-357.
  • Sharples, S., Galvin, K.T., Holloway, I. and Brown, K., 2003. The impact of training: an evaluation of an ‘introduction to management' course for social services staff. Learning in Health and Social Care, 2, 37-50.
  • Heidari, F., Dumbrell, A., Galvin, K.T. and Holloway, I., 2002. Giving hope in brain injury: an exploration of families' experiences with the Brainwave organisation and therapy. Children & Society, 16, 182-194.
  • Holloway, I. and Fulbrook, P., 2001. Revisiting qualitative inquiry: interviewing in nursing and midwifery research. Nursing Times Research, 6, 539-550.
  • Holloway, I., 2001. Ethical dilemmas in qualitative research. Psychology Review, 28-31.
  • Elston, S. and Holloway, I., 2001. The impact of recent primary care reforms in the UK on interprofessional working in primary care centres. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 15, 19-27.
  • Heidari, F., Dumbrell, A., Galvin, K.T. and Holloway, I., 2001. Brain injury: the uncertainties of using complementary therapies. Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery, 7, 66-71.
  • Holloway, I., Sofaer-Bennett, B. and Walker, J., 2000. The transition from well person to ‘pain afflicted’ patient: the career of people with chronic back pain. Illness Crisis and Loss, 8, 373-387.
  • Warren, J., Holloway, I. and Smith, P., 2000. Fitting in: maintaining a sense of self during hospitalisation. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 37, 229-235.
  • Pitts, J., Curtis, A., While, R. and Holloway, I., 1999. 'Practice Professional Development Plans': general practitioners' perspectives on proposed changes in general practice education. BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE, 49 (449), 959-962.
  • Edwards, B., Holloway, I., Galvin, K., Andrews, C. and Potter, P., 1999. Nurse practitioners. Are we being true to the spirit of nursing? Emerg Nurse, 7 (3), 26-31.
  • Walker, J., Holloway, I. and Sofaer, B., 1999. In the system: The lived experience of chronic back pain from the perspectives of those seeking help from pain clinics. Pain, 80 (3), 621-628.
  • Pitts, J., Holloway, I., Holloway, J., Attwood, M., Percy, D. and Kooij, L., 1998. Experiences and career intentions of general practice registrars from The Netherlands. Medical Education, 32, 613-261.
  • Campion-Smith, C., Smith, H., White, P., Baker, E., Baker, R. and Holloway, I., 1998. Learners’ experience of continuing medical education events; a qualitative study of GP principals in Dorset. British Journal of General Practice, 48, 1590-1593.
  • Hall, S. and Holloway, I., 1998. Staying in control: women’s experiences of labour in water. Midwifery, 14, 30-36.
  • Holloway, I., Smith, P. and Warren, J., 1998. Time in hospital. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 7, 460-466.
  • Ireland, L. and Holloway, I., 1996. Qualitative health research with children. Children & Society, 10, 155-164.
  • Goble, D. and Holloway, I., 1996. Nurses’ perceptions of staff appraisal. Journal of Nursing Management, 4, 257-263.
  • HOLLOWAY, I. and WHEELER, S., 1995. ETHICAL ISSUES IN QUALITATIVE NURSING RESEARCH. NURSING ETHICS, 2 (3), 223-232.
  • Holloway, I.M., 1995. Supervising nursingresearch projects - the case of qualitative research. Nurse Education Today, 15 (4), 257-262.
  • Bluff, R. and Holloway, I., 1994. 'They know best': women's perceptions of midwifery care during labour and childbirth. Midwifery, 10 (3), 157-164.
  • Crockford, E.A., Holloway, I.M. and Walker, J.M., 1993. Nurses’ perceptions of patients’ feelings about breast surgery. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 18 (11), 1710-1718.
  • Holloway, I.M., 1992. Teaching catering: Catering lecturers’ perspectives on students and classrooms. Vocational Aspect of Education, 44 (1), 65-79.
  • LACK, L. and HOLLOWAY, I.M., 1992. Post‐surgical hormone replacement therapy: information needs of women. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 1 (6), 323-327.
  • Clarridge, A., Couchman, W.A. and Holloway, I.M., 1992. Interaction in the classroom: district nurse students and their teachers. Nurse Education Today, 12 (3), 200-206.

Books

Conferences

  • Roddis, J., Bond, C., Holloway, I. and Galvin, K., 2014. Living with a long-term condition: whose intended outcomes? In: 8th ICN/APNN Conference 2014 18-20 August 2014 Helsinki, Finland.
  • Holloway, I. and Shipway, R., 2011. Health, identity and the running body. In: 30th International Human Science Research Conference: Intertwining body-self-world 27-30 July 2011 St Catherine's College, Oxford University, England.
  • Shipway, R., Jones, I. and Holloway, I., 2011. Healthy options? Putting your (running) body on the line. In: ISSA 2011: International Sociology of Sport Association World Congress. Sport and the Winds of Change 10-17 July 2011 Havana, Cuba. International Sociology of Sport Association.
  • Holloway, I., 2003. What's the use of narrative research with vulnerable people? In: 22nd International Human Science Research Conference: Human Science Research and Human Vulnerability 13-16 August 2003 Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Holloway, I. and Todres, L., 2002. The status of method: the need for flexibility, consistency and coherence. In: 8th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference 4-6 April 2002 Banff, Canada.
  • Dodd, P., Alexander, J. and Holloway, I., 2002. Facilitating normal birth for women with epidurals - a study to explore the skills that midwives consider they use, especially in the second stage of labour, to facilitate normal vaginal birth. In: 26th International Confederation of Midwives Congress 2002 Vienna, Austria.

Reports

  • Cloherty, M., Alexander, J., Holloway, I. and Galvin, K.T., 2003. An Ethnography Concerning the Supplementation of Breastfed Babies. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.
  • Andrewes, C., Potter, P., Galvin, K.T., Holloway, I. and Edwards, B., 1999. The Changing Nurse: Nurse Practitioners' Perspectives on their Role and Education.. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.
  • Dumbrell, A., Heidari, F., Galvin, K.T. and Holloway, I., 1999. Giving hope in brain injury: An exploration of families' experiences of the Brainwave organisation and therapy.. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.
  • Sharples, A., Galvin, K.T., Holloway, I. and Brown, K., 1998. An evaluation of an Introduction to Management course within a social services department.. Poole, England: Bournemouth University.
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