Leslie Gelling

Dr Leslie Gelling

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  • lgelling at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Principal Academic in Adult Nursing
  • Bournemouth House B232, 19 Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LH
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Journal Articles

  • Jackson, D., Bradbury-Jones, C., Baptiste, D., Gelling, L., Morin, K., Neville, S. and Smith, G., 2020. International Nurses Day 2020: Remembering nurses who have died in the COVID‐19 pandemic. Journal of Clinical Nursing.
  • Jackson, D., Bradbury-Jones, C., Baptiste, D., Gelling, L., Morin, K., Neville, S. and Smith, G.D., 2020. Life in the pandemic: Some reflections on nursing in the context of COVID-19. Journal of Clinical Nursing.
  • Jackson, D., Bradbury-Jones, C., Baptiste, D., Gelling, L., Morin, K.H., Neville, S. and Smith, G.D., 2020. International Nurses Day 2020: Remembering nurses who have died in the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Clinical Nursing.
  • Gelling, L., 2020. Research ethics in real world research (Editorial). Journal of Clinical Nursing, 29, 1019-1022.
  • Robinson, J. and Gelling, L., 2019. Nurses+QI=better hospital performance? A critical review of the literature. Nursing Management, 26 (4), 22-28.
  • Gelling, L., 2019. Implementation frameworks to effectively transition complex research interventions into clinical practice in oncology, nuclear medicine, diagnostic and interventional radiology: a scoping systematic review. Annals of Oncology, 30 (Supp 5), 675.
  • Hasan, S., Shaw, S.M., Gelling, L.H., Kerr, C.J. and Meads, C.A., 2018. Exercise modes and their association with hypoglycemia episodes in adults with type 1 diabetes mellitus: A systematic review. BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care, 6 (1).
  • Smith, G.D., Gelling, L., Haigh, C., Barnason, S., Allan, H., Penny, K. and Jackson, D., 2017. Transparency in the reporting of nursing research (Editorial). Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27 (3-4), 475-477.
  • Smith, G.D., Gelling, L., Haigh, C., Barnason, S., Allan, H. and Jackson, D., 2017. The position of reporting guidelines in qualitative nursing research (Editorial). Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27 (5-6), 889-891.
  • Gelling, L., 2017. Writing for publication: avoiding the common pitfalls. Slovenian Nursing Review, 51 (1), 4-8.
  • Gelling, L., 2016. Applying for ethical approval for research: the main issues. Nursing Standard, 30 (20), 40-44.
  • Gelling, L., 2015. Qualitative research. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 29 (30), 43-47.
  • Gelling, L., 2015. Introduction to the research series. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 29 (27), 43.
  • Gelling, L., 2015. Stages in the research process. Nursing Standard, 29 (27), 44-49.
  • Haigh, C., Smith, G., Gelling, L., Barnason, S. and Jackson, D., 2015. Nursing research in the 21st century - who sets the agenda? (Editorial). Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (7-8), 889-890.
  • Gelling, L. and Engward, H., 2015. Planning a research project. Nursing Standard, 29 (28), 44-48.
  • Gelling, L., 2015. Qualitative research. Nursing Standard, 29 (30), 43-47.
  • Gelling, L. and Rodríguez-Borrego, M.A., 2014. A view from Spain. Nurse Researcher, 21 (6), 45-46.
  • Sylvester, J. and Gelling, L., 2014. Ensure nurse research is rigorous. Nurse Res, 22 (2), 6-8.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. Begin with the question. Nurse Researcher, 22 (1), 5.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. Complexities of ethnography. Nurse Researcher, 22 (1), 6-7.
  • Gelling, L. and Redeker, N., 2014. A passion for sleep measurement. Nurse Researcher, 21 (1), 47.
  • Coad, J. and Gelling, L., 2014. The contribution our research makes to care. Nurse Res, 21 (5), 47.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. A chance to celebrate. Nurse Researcher, 21 (5), 5.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. When to use mixed methods. Nurse Researcher, 21 (4), 6-7.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. An insight into nursing today. Nurse Researcher, 21 (4), 5.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. Men's health: A commentary. Nurse Researcher, 21 (3), 6-7.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. Selecting the right approach. Nurse Researcher, 22 (2), 5.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. Accessing the research site. Nurse Researcher, 22 (1), 6-7.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. Research is every nurse's business. Nurse Researcher, 21 (6), 5.
  • Gelling, L. and Rodríguez-Borrego, M.A., 2014. Originality in doctoral research. Nurse Researcher, 21 (6), 6-7.
  • Gelling, L. and McCormack, B., 2014. A coming of age for nursing research. Nurse Researcher, 22 (1), 47-48.
  • Hagena, A., Stananought, N., Greene, M., Asiam, E., Pybus, L., Carroll, F. and Gelling, L., 2014. Motor neurone disease: What are the support needs of patients and carers? European Journal of Palliative Care, 21 (5), 232-235.
  • Gelling, L. and Haigh, C., 2014. How to be a pioneer in your chosen field. Nurse Researcher, 21 (4), 47.
  • Gelling, L., 2013. The place for sharing. Nurse Researcher, 21 (3), 5.
  • Jones, S. and Gelling, L., 2013. Participation in action research. Nurse Researcher, 21 (2), 6-7.
  • Gelling, L., 2013. Learning from experience. Nurse Researcher, 21 (2), 5.
  • Gelling, L., 2013. A feminist approach to research. Nurse Researcher, 21 (1), 6-7.
  • Gelling, L., 2013. Make the most of mentoring. Nurse Researcher, 20 (5), 3.
  • Rosser, E. and Gelling, L., 2013. 'Focus, read and be curious'. Nurse Researcher, 20 (6), 45.
  • Gelling, L., 2013. Negative results have a value. Nurse researcher, 20 (6), 3.
  • Gelling, L. and Traynor, M., 2013. Publication can inspire research. Nurse Researcher, 20 (5), 45.
  • Gelling, L., 2013. Research needs collaboration. Nurse Res, 20 (4), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2013. Let's tap the patient potential. Nurse researcher, 20 (3), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2013. Research needs collaboration. Nurse Researcher, 20 (4), 1.
  • Watson, R. and Gelling, L., 2012. NHS Research Ethics Committees: For whose protection? Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21 (15-16), 2097-2098.
  • Gelling, L., 2012. A bright new future. Nurse Researcher, 19 (3), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2012. Persistence brings success. Interview by Christi Deaton. Nurse researcher, 19 (2), 46.
  • Gelling, L., 2012. Striving for improvement. Nurse researcher, 19 (2), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2012. A vision for nursing research. Nurse researcher, 20 (2), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2012. Lessons from the Olympics. Nurse researcher, 20 (1), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2012. Research is part of real life. Nurse researcher, 19 (4), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2012. At the heart of nursing. Nurse researcher, 19 (3), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. Welcome to the club. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 26 (1), 61.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. Why do I have to apply for ethical approval before I can begin my research? Nursing times, 107 (30-31), 23.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. Strategies to engage clinical staff in subject recruitment. Journal of Research in Nursing, 16 (4), 333-334.
  • Gelling, L. and Norton, C., 2011. Hooked on linking research to real life. Nurse Researcher, 18 (3), 46.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. What is the difference between grounded theory and phenomenology? Nursing times, 107 (4), 25.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. Flexibility is key to review. Nurse researcher, 18 (2), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. Supervisory support for students. Nurse researcher, 19 (1), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. The complexities of using grounded theory. Nurse researcher, 18 (4), 4-5.
  • Gelling, L. and Hampton-Till, J.S., 2011. The driving force in research. Nurse researcher, 18 (4), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. All part of the process. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 25 (28), 64.
  • Gelling, L. and Munn-Giddings, C., 2011. Ethical review of action research: the challenges for researchers and research ethics committees. Research Ethics, 7 (3), 100-106.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Clinical research nursing has a bright future. Nurse Researcher, 27 (2), 3.
  • Gelling, L. and Jones, S., 2010. Can teaching and learning technologies be used to support the delivery of a master’s dissertation module: the potential of audio and video podcasting. Inspire Networks, 13, 8-12.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. From research to practice. Nurse Researcher, 17 (4), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Student research. Nurse researcher, 17 (3), 3.
  • Talbot, D., Gelling, L., Prady, H., Yeung, V., Twelves, C., Davies, J. and Berrow, M., 2010. Research nurses and informed consent. CRfocus, 21 (6), 32-36.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Phenomenology: the methodological minefield. Nurse researcher, 17 (2), 4-6.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Analyse the evidence. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 25 (8), 61.
  • Edmonds, M. and Gelling, L., 2010. The complexities of grounded theory: a commentary. Nurse researcher, 17 (4), 4-7.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Sowing the research seed. Nurse researcher, 18 (1), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2009. Clinicians and universities must collaborate better. Nurse researcher, 16 (4), 3.
  • Smajdor, A., Sydes, M.R., Gelling, L. and Wilkinson, M., 2009. Applying for ethical approval for research in the United Kingdom. BMJ (Online), 339 (7727), 968-971.
  • Gelling, L., 2009. Nursing students must be grounded in research. Nurse researcher, 17 (1), 3.
  • Gelling, L., 2009. Pride and trepidation at stepping into new role (Editorial). Nurse Researcher, 16 (3), 3.
  • Gelling, L. and McVicar, A., 2009. Living with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus: a grounded theory study. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 5 (4), 173-178.
  • Gelling, L. and Ellis, G., 2007. Factors influencing decisions to participate in clinical research. Clinical Research Focus, 18 (10), 5-10.
  • Secker, J., Gelling, L. and Kent, L., 2006. Still dreaming: Service users' employment, education & training goals. Journal of Mental Health, 15 (1), 103-111.
  • Gelling, L., Munn-Giddings, C., Cook, N.F., Deeny, P. and Thompson, K., 2006. Commentary on Cook F, Deeny P & Thompson K (2004) Management of fluid and hydration in patients with acute subarachnoid haemorrhage - An action research project. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 15 (4), 508-509.
  • Mantle, G., Gelling, L. and Livingstone, S., 2006. Supporting the vulnerable child: Engaging fathers in the home-school dimension of pastoral care. Pastoral Care in Education, 24 (3), 41-48.
  • Crossley, M., Shiel, A., Wilson, B., Coleman, M.R., Gelling, L., Fryer, T., Boniface, S. and Pickard, J., 2005. Monitoring emergence from coma following severe brain injury in an octogenarian using behavioural indicators, electrophysiological measures and metabolic studies: A demonstration of the potential for good recovery in older adults. Brain Injury, 19 (9), 729-737.
  • Gelling, L., 2005. A fresh look at risk could revitalise student research. Nursing Standard, 19 (23), 23.
  • Czosnyka, Z., Van Den Boogaard, F., Czosnyka, M., Momjian, S., Gelling, L. and Pickard, J.D., 2005. The relationship between CSF circulation and cerebrovascular pressure-reactivity in normal pressure hydrocephalus. Acta Neurochirurgica, Supplementum, 207-211.
  • Czosnyka, M., Owler, B., Czosnyka, Z., Gelling, L. and Pickard, J., 2005. Resistance to CSF outflow depends upon duration of symptoms in patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus. Cerebrospinal Fluid Research, 2 (Supp 1), S33.
  • Gelling, L. and Chatfield, D., 2005. The ethics of informed consent. Nursing Standard, 20 (13), 31.
  • Gelling, L., 2005. The threat of bureaucracy. Nursing Standard, 19 (40), 31.
  • Gelling, L., 2005. The power of the acronym. Nursing Standard, 19 (36), 30.
  • Gelling, L., 2005. Research that makes a difference. Nursing Standard, 19 (27), 30.
  • Gelling, L., 2005. Early decisions on research ownership help avoid conflict. Nursing Standard, 19 (19), 23.
  • Gelling, L., Iddon, J., McVicar, A. and Pickard, J.D., 2004. CSF circulation disorders: Measuring progress in patients through quality of life and hope. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 13 (5), 589-600.
  • Shiel, A., Gelling, L., Wilson, B., Coleman, M. and Pickard, J.D., 2004. Difficulties in diagnosing the vegetative state. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 18 (1), 5-7.
  • Iddon, J.L., Loveday, C., Gelling, L., Morgan, D.J.R. and Pickard, J.D., 2004. Neuropsychological profile of patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus and Alzheimer’s disease. Cerebrospinal Fluid Research, 1 (Supp 1), 17.
  • Czosnyka, M., Van Den Boogaard, F., Czosnyka, Z., Momjian, S., Gelling, L. and Pickard, J.D., 2004. Cerebrovascular pressure-reactivity in normal pressure hydrocephalus. Cerebrospinal Fluid Research, 1 (Supp 1), 20.
  • Gelling, L., 2004. Researching patients in the vegetative state. NT Research, 9 (1), 7-17.
  • Gelling, L., 2003. Monitoring the critically ill patient. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 43 (3), 323.
  • Gelling, L., 2003. Critical care research. Nursing in critical care, 8 (5), 185-186.
  • Gelling, L., Shiel, A., Elliott, L., Owen, A., Wilson, B., Menon, D. and Pickard, J., 2003. Commentary on Oh H. and Seo W. (2003) Sensory stimulation programme to improve recovery in comatose patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing 12, 394-404. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 13 (1), 125-127.
  • Gelling, L. and McVicar, A., 2003. Qualitative research and presumed honesty (Research Notes). Nursing Standard, 17 (38), 21.
  • Gelling, L., 2003. Research ethics committees (Research Notes). Nursing Standard, 18 (3), 23.
  • Gelling, L. and Chatfield, D., 2002. Research collaboration. Nurse Res, 9 (2), 4-16.
  • Gelling, L., Woolford, J. and Lamprill, J., 2002. Consent in special cases. Clinical Research Focus, 13 (3), 61-63.
  • Gelling, L., 2002. Research is every nurse's business - or is it? (Research Notes). Nursing Standard, 16 (28), 22.
  • Gelling, L., 2002. For clinical research to be meaningful it must be based on interdisciplinary collaboration (Research Notes). Nursing Standard, 17 (6), 21.
  • Gelling, L., 2002. The nursing contribution to the provision of comprehensive critical care for adults (Editorial). Nursing in Critical Care, 7 (1), 5-6.
  • Gelling, L., Fitzgerald, M. and Blight, I., 2002. Hope in the ICU: a qualitative study exploring nurses' experiences of the concept of hope. Nursing in Critical Care, 7 (6), 271-277.
  • Gelling, L., 2001. Proposal writing. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 35 (5), 805.
  • Gelling, L. and Chatfield, D., 2001. Research collaboration. Nurse researcher, 9 (2), 4-16.
  • Streater, C., Golledge, J., Sutherland, J., Easton, J., McNamara, R., MacDonald, R., Looise, A. and Gelling, L., 2001. The relocation experiences of relatives leaving a neurosciences critical care unit: a phenomenological study. Nursing in Critical Care, 6 (4), 163-170.
  • Chatfield, D. and Gelling, L., 2001. Informed consent to research: the role of the research nurse. Clinical Research Focus, 12 (7), 5-11.
  • Gelling, L., 2001. Research and publication ethics (Editorial). Nursing in Critical Care, 6 (2), 57-58.
  • Gelling, L., 2000. Intensive care nursing: a framework for practice. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 32 (5), 1307-1308.
  • Gelling, L., 2000. Intensive care nursing. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 32 (4), 1034.
  • Gelling, L., 2000. Research and development in clinical nursing practice. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 31 (3), 733-734.
  • Gelling, L., 2000. Consumer involvement in research. Nursing Standard, 15 (4), 33.
  • Pickard, J.D., Gelling, L. et al., 2000. Potential role of NovoSeven® in the prevention of rebleeding following aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage. Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis, 11 (4 SUPPL. 1).
  • Gelling, L., 2000. A matter of trust. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 14 (28), 22.
  • Gelling, L. and Prevost, A.T., 1999. The needs of relatives of critically ill patients admitted to a neurosciences critical care unit: A comparison of the perceptions of relatives, nurses and doctors. Care of the Critically Ill, 15 (2), 53-58.
  • Gelling, L., 1999. Role of the research ethics committee. Nurse Education Today, 19 (7), 564-569.
  • Gelling, L., 1999. The role of hope for relatives of critically ill patients: a review of the literature. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 14 (1), 33-38.
  • Gelling, L., 1999. Ethical principles in healthcare research. Nursing Standard, 13 (36), 39-42.
  • Gelling, L., 1999. Causes of ICU psychosis: the environmental factors. Nursing in critical care, 4 (1), 22-26.
  • Gelling, L., 1999. The lived experience of hope for relatives of critically ill patients admitted to an intensive care unit: a review of the literature. Nursing in Critical Care, 14 (1), 33-38.
  • Gelling, L., 1999. So you want to be a SSC? Clinical Research Focus, 10 (7), 10-14.
  • Gelling, L., 1998. Quality of life following liver transplantation: Physical and functional recovery. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 28 (4), 779-785.
  • Gelling, L.H., 1996. Death: a concept analysis and application to practice. Nursing in critical care, 1 (3), 137-140.
  • Gelling, L., 1995. Nursing seen as second class. Nursing Standard, 9 (34), 45.
  • Gelling, L., 1993. Examinations fail the test. Nursing Standard, 7 (41), 51.
  • Gelling, L., 1992. Named nurse does the rounds. Nursing Standard, 6 (47), 44.
  • Gelling, L., 1992. Chrysalis crisis. Nursing Standard, 6 (31), 46-47.
  • Gelling, L., 1991. Malignant hyperpyrexia. Nursing Standard, 6 (12), 35-37.
  • Gelling, L., 1991. No masters without slaves. Nursing Standard, 6 (8), 52-53.
  • Gelling, L., 1991. Let's get physical. Nursing Standard, 6 (3), 55.
  • Gelling, L., 1990. Fighting for our rights. Nursing Standard, 5 (9), 44.
  • Gelling, L., 1990. Writing articles: getting the message across. Nursing Standard, 5 (1), 61.
  • Gelling, L., 1990. Stress and the student nurse. Nursing Standard, 4 (39), 54.
  • Gelling, L., 1990. Fears for the future. Nursing Standard, 4 (21), 46.

Chapters

  • Gelling, L., 2017. Falls. In: Docking, R.E. and Stock, J., eds. International Handbook of Positive Aging. London, UK: Routledge, 103-114.
  • Negoescu, A.F., Gelling, L. and ÖstÖr, A.J.K., 2016. Participant information sheets in clinical research: Compromising the ethics of informed consent? In: ciurtin, C. and Isenberg, D., eds. Biologics in Rheumatology: New Developments, Clinical Uses and Health Implication. New York, USA: Nova Biomedical, 495-499.
  • Gelling, L., 2016. Children and young people’s health: A legal context. In: DeBell, D. and Jackson, P., eds. Public Health for Children. CRC Press, 19-32.
  • Gelling, L., 2015. Gaining access to the research site. In: Gerrish, K. and Lathlean, J., eds. The Research Process in Nursing. Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons, 143-158.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Gaining access to the research site. In: Gerrish, K. and Lacey, A., eds. The Research Process in Nursing. Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons, 114-128.
  • Gelling, L., 2007. Legal issues and young people's health. In: DeBell, D. and Jackson, P., eds. Public health practice and the school age population. London, UK: Hodder Arnold.
  • Gelling, L. and Cooke, M., 2002. The role of RCN interest groups in local decisions. In: Young, A. and Cooke, M., eds. Managing and implementing decisions in health care. London, UK: Harcourt Health Sciences.

Conferences

  • Gelling, L., 2020. Writing for publication. In: Sigma 5th Biennial European Conference 27-30 May 2020 Coimbra, Portugal.
  • Kothapalli, A.K., Gelling, L., Bonacaro, A., Coady, C. and Ranganath, A., 2019. Respiratory muscle dysfunction interventions study protocol in prolonged ventilated patients (REMEDI study). In: 7th National Multidisciplinary Intensive Care Conference March 2019 Dublin, Ireland.
  • Gelling, L., 2019. Research ethics in the real world. In: Sigma 2019 Congress 25-29 July 2019 Calgary, Canada.
  • Delanerolle, G. and Gelling, L., 2019. A systematic review to identify and assess operational research frameworks used to optimise delivery of oncological clinical trials that use interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and radiology in a healthcare setting. In: Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe Annual Conference September 2019 Barcelona, Spain.
  • Hasselder, A., Piper, S. and Gelling, L., 2019. How do knowledge and understanding of sleep deprivation influence clinical decision making of intensive care nurses when managing sleep in critically ill patients? In: 5th World Congress on Nursing and Healthcare March 2019 London, UK.
  • Robinson, J. and Gelling, L., 2018. The impact of involving nurses in quality improvement: an international literature review. In: STTI 4th Biennial European Conference June 2018 Cambridge, UK.
  • Hasselder, A., Piper, S. and Gelling, L., 2018. How do knowledge and understanding of sleep deprivation influence clinical decision making of intensive care nurses when managing sleep in critically ill patients? In: STTI 4th Biennial European Conference June 2018 Cambridge, UK.
  • Garikipati, K., Engward, H. and Gelling, L., 2018. The carry-over effects of aquatic physiotherapy for people with multiple sclerosis. In: ARU Annual Research Student Conference June 2018 Chelmsford, UK.
  • Hasselder, A., Piper, S. and Gelling, L., 2017. How do knowledge and understanding of sleep deprivation influence clinical decision making of intensive care nurses when managing sleep in critically ill patients? In: 32nd Euro Nursing and Medicare Summit October 2017 Paris, France.
  • Griffith, S., Teatheredge, J. and Gelling, L., 2017. Prepared to care? Emerging categories from a Grounded Theory study of UK hospice nurses’ experiences. In: European Association of Palliative Care Annual Conference May 2017 Madrid, Spain.
  • Sykes, C., Gelling, L. and Draper, J., 2016. Supporting transition: professional socialisation issues for HCAs undertaking a work-based learning pre-registration nursing programme. In: Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education Annual Research Conference September 2016 Chelmsford, UK.
  • Hasselder, A., Gelling, L. and Piper, S., 2016. Sleep deprivation in the intensive care unit: impact of decision making amongst nurses. In: Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education Annual Research Conference September 2016 Chelmsford, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2016. Scholarship in clinical practice: what does it mean? In: 3rd European Regional Conference of Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) June 2016 Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Gelling, L., 2016. Writing for publication. In: 3rd European Regional Conference of Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) June 2016 Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Gelling, L., Smith, G., Jackson, D. and Haigh, C., 2016. Publication ethics in nursing research: editorial perspectives. In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference April 2016 Edinburgh, UK.
  • Garikipati, K., Gelling, L., Engward, H. and Kuisma, R., 2015. The carry-over effects of aquatic physiotherapy for people with Multiple Sclerosis. In: Anglia Ruskin University Annual Student Research Conference September 2015 Chelmsford, UK.
  • Garikipati, K., Gelling, L., Engward, H. and Kuisma, R., 2015. The carry-over effects of aquatic physiotherapy for people with Muliple Sclerosis. In: MS Frontiers Conference June 2015 London, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2014. The ethical review of research: reasons for delays in receiving approval. In: NET2014 September 2014 Cambridge, UK.
  • Mulrennan, S. and Gelling, L., 2013. Development and implementation of a competency framework for diabetes clinical research nurses. In: Foundation of European Nurses in Diabetes Conference September 2013 Barcelona, Spain.
  • Hagena, A., Stananought, N., Green, M., Asiam, E., Carroll, F., Pybus, L., Larsson, E. and Gelling, L., 2013. Motor Neurone Disease (MND): providing specialist palliative care support for patients and their carers. In: 13th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care May 2013 Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Jones, S. and Gelling, L., 2011. A survey of the role, remit and conduct of university research ethics committees. In: ENGAGE Annual Learning and Teaching Conference June 2011 Cambridge, UK.
  • Gelling, L. and Outtrim, J., 2011. Promoting ethical practice in clinical research: the role of the nurse. In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference April 2011 London, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2011. Seeking ethical approval for action research and participatory methodologies: consideration of the ethical dilemmas and strategies to successfully navigate the ethical review process. In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference April 2011 Harrogate, UK.
  • Gelling, L. and Outtrim, J., 2011. The impact if the Mental Capacity Act 2005 on critical care research in England and Wales. In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference April 2011 Harrogate, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Seeking ethical approval for action research: consideration of the ethical dilemmas and strategies to successfully navigate the ethical review process. In: 2010 Collaborative Action Research Network International Conference November 2010 Cambridge, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Involving older people in research: the practical and ethical challenges. Older persons: the future of care. In: 4th European Nursing Congress and the 14th Research Congress of the Workgroup of European Nurse Researchers October 2010 Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Gelling, L., Sveinsdottir, H., Wergeland Sorbye, L. and Zwakhalen, S.M.G., 2010. The challenge of international collaborative nursing research. In: 4th European SIgma Conference October 2010 Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Competency Framework for clinical research nurses. In: Nursing Times 3rd Annual Nursing Workforce Forum September 2010 London, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. A competency framework for clinical research nurses: development, progress and the future. In: Clinical Research Training for Scotland (CRTS) May 2010 Edinburgh, UK.
  • Gelling, L. and Haigh, C., 2010. Sub-doctoral student research: ethical considerations and the student experience. In: NET2010 April 2010 Cambridge, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2010. Should experienced research nurses be authorised to take informed consent for clinical trial participation involving clinical trial investigational medicinal products? In: Institute of Clinical Research Annual Spring Meeting April 2010 London, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2009. Research nurse competencies. In: Scottish Research Nurse and Co-ordinators Network Annual Conference December 2009 Dundee, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2009. Introduction to the Competencies Framework for Clinical Research Nurses. In: NIHR CRN Lead Nurses Group November 2009 London, UK.
  • Gelling, L., Gunnell, C., Dealey, C., Boase, S. and Craig, K., 2009. Clinical research nursing: where next? In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference March 2009 Cardiff, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2009. The illness experiences of people with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus: a Grounded Theory study. In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference March 2009 Cardiff, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2008. Competency Framework for Clinical Research Nurses. In: UK Diabetes Research Network Research Nurse Training and Education Symposium September 2008 Cambridge, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2008. Writing for publication. In: Workgroup of European Nurse Researchers 13th Research Conference September 2008 Vienna, Austria.
  • Gelling, L., 2008. The health and illness experiences of individuals diagnosed with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus: a grounded theory study. In: Workgroup of European Nurse Researchers 13th Research Conference September 2008 Vienna, Austria.
  • Gelling, L. et al., 2008. The development of competencies for research nurses: progress and discussion. In: UK Clinical Research Facility Network Annual Conference July 2008 Edinburgh, UK.
  • Gelling, L. and Grainger, A., 2008. The development of competences for research nurses: a progress report and discussion. In: RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference April 2008 Liverpool, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2008. Ethics: local and national issues and new initiatives. In: Institute of Clinical Research (ICR) East of England Forum March 2008 Cambridge, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2005. Normal pressure hydrocephalus: exploring the illness experience through a mixed method approach. In: Mixed Methods in Health and Social Care Research Conference July 2005 Cambridge, UK.
  • Czosnyka, Z., Owler, B., Czosnyka, M., Gelling, L. and Pickard, J.D., 2005. Resistance to CSF outflow depends upon duration of symptoms in patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus. In: 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for Research into Hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida July 2005 Barcelona, Spain.
  • Gelling, L., 2005. Mixing methods in health and social care research: contradictory or complimentary? In: Mixed Methods in Health and Social Care Conference July 2005 Cambridge, UK.
  • Gelling, L. and Chatfield, D., 2005. Informed consent to research in a neurosciences critical care unit: the influences on decision making for relatives. In: RCN Research Society Annual International Nursing Research Conference March 2005 Belfast, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2004. The health and illness experiences of people with normal pressure hydrocephalus. In: 12th Biennial Conference of the Workgroup of European Nurse Researchers October 2004 Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Iddon, J.L., Loveday, C., Gelling, L., Morgan, D.J.R. and Pickard, J.D., 2004. Neuropsychological profile of patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus and Alzheimer’s disease. In: 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Research into Hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida June 2004 Dublin, Ireland.
  • Czosnyka, Z., Van Den Boogaard, F., Czosnyka, M., Momjian, S., Gelling, L. and Pickard, J.D., 2004. Cerebrovascular pressure-reactivity in normal pressure hydrocephalus. In: 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Research into Hydrocephalus and Spina Bifida June 2004 Dublin, Ireland.
  • Chatfield, D. and Gelling, L., 2004. Informed assent to research in a critical care unit: factors influencing decision making for relatives. In: Intensive Care Society Conference May 2004 Torquay, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2004. Consent in research: the role of nurses. In: NHS Research and Development Forum and The Institute of Clinical Research Joint Conference March 2004 London, UK.
  • Coleman, M., Shiel, A., Fryer, T., Gelling, L., Menon, D., Wilson, B.A., Pickard, J.D. and Boniface, S., 2003. Emergence from coma may be dependent on the integrity of neurometabolic coupling. In: International Neuropsychological Society Conference July 2003 Berlin, Germany.
  • Pickard, J.D., Gelling, L., Shiel, A., Wilson, B.A., Menon, D.K., Fryer, T., Coleman, M., Boniface, S. and Owen, A., 2003. Interdisciplinary approach to the study of the Persistent Vegetative State. In: International Neuropsychological Society Conference July 2003 Berlin, Germany.
  • Gelling, L., Iddon, J.L. and Pickard, J.D., 2003. Measuring quality of life and hope in patients attending a Cerebrospinal Fluid Clinic. In: RCN Research Society Annual International Conference April 2003 Manchester, UK.
  • Gelling, L., Fitzgerald, M. and Blight, I., 2003. Hope in the intensive care unit: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of nurses at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (South Australia). In: RCN Research Society Annual International Conference April 2003 Manchester, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2003. Informed consent to research: an historical overview. In: RCN Research Society Annual International Conference April 2003 Manchester, UK.
  • Gelling, L., Iddon, J.L. and Pickard, J.D., 2003. Measuring progress in patients with CSF circulation disorders. In: British Neurosurgical Research Group Annual Conference March 2003 Cambridge, UK.
  • Gelling, L. et al., 2003. Multidisciplinary approach to the assessment of patients in reduced states of consciousness. In: British Neurosurgical Research Group Annual Conference March 2003 Cambridge, UK.
  • Gelling, L., Shiel, A., Owen, A., Boniface, S., Wilson, B.A. and Pickard, J.D., 2002. The persistent vegetative state: an interdisciplinary approach to research and the presentation of some case studies. In: British Association of Neuroscience Nurses Annual Conference October 2002 Oxford, UK.
  • Gelling, L., Iddon, J.L. and Pickard, J.D., 2002. Measuring quality of life and hope as indicators of progress for patients attending a Cerebrospinal Fluid Clinic. In: British Association of Neuroscience Nurses Annual Conference October 2002 Oxford, UK.
  • Gelling, L., Fitzgerald, M. and Blight, I., 2002. Hope in the intensive care unit: a qualitative study exploring the experiences of nurses at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (South Australia). In: RCN Research Society Annual International Nursing Research Conference October 2002 London, UK.
  • Iddon, J.L. et al., 2002. Developing a multidisciplinary team approach to managing CSF disorders. In: 3rd International Hydrocephalus Conference May 2002 Chicago, USA.
  • Gelling, L., Iddon, J.L. and Pickard, J.D., 2002. Measuring quality of life and hope in patients attending a cerebrospinal fluid clinic. In: 3rd International Hydrocephalus Conference May 2002 Chicago, USA.
  • Gelling, L., 2002. Qualitative research for scientists. In: 3rd International Hydrocephalus Conference May 2002 Chicago, USA.
  • Gelling, L., 2002. The experience of hope for the relatives of head injured patients admitted to a Neurosciences Critical Care Unit: a phenomenological study. In: RCN Research Society Annual International Nursing Research Conference April 2000 Sheffield, UK.
  • Cooke, M., Chatfield, D. and Gelling, L., 2002. Meeting the aliens: involving consumers in research. In: RCN Research Society Annual Conference April 2002 Exeter, UK.
  • Crossley, M., Shiel, A., Wilson, B., Gelling, L., Fryer, T., Coleman, M. and Pickard, J., 2002. Monitoring emergence from coma following severe brain injury in an octogenarian. In: International Neuropsychological Society Conference February 2002 Toronto, Canada.
  • Gelling, L., 2002. Informed consent to research: the unconscious patient. In: The Institute of Clinical Research 23rd Spring Conference 2002 Birmingham, UK.
  • Streater, C., Golledge, J., Sutherland, J., McNamara, R., MacDonald, R., Looise, A. and Gelling, L., 2001. Relocating from intensive care: the experiences of relatives. In: RCN Research Society Annual International Nursing Research Conference April 2001 Glasgow, UK.
  • Streater, C., Golledge, J., Sutherland, J., McNamara, R., MacDonald, R., Looise, A. and Gelling, L., 2000. Relocating from intensive care: the experiences of relatives. In: British Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Conference September 2000 Edinburgh, UK.
  • Day, D., Gelling, L. and Chatfield, D., 2000. Research in the critical care setting: the perceptions of clinical nurses. In: British Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Conference September 2000 Edinburgh, UK.
  • Chatfield, D. and Gelling, L., 2000. Informed consent to research: the role of the research nurse. In: British Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Conference September 2000 Edinburgh, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2000. The experience of hope for the relatives of head injured patients admitted to a Neurosciences Critical Care Unit: a phenomenological study. In: RCN Research Society Annual International Nursing Research Conference April 2000 Sheffield, UK.
  • Gelling, L., 2000. Psychosis in ICU. In: Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthetists Autumn Conference 2000 Lake District, UK.
  • Gelling, L. and Prevost, T., 1999. The needs of relatives of critically ill patients admitted to a Neurosciences Critical Carer Unit: a comparison of the perceptions of relatives nurses and doctors. In: British Association of Critical Care Nurses Annual Conference September 1999 Nottingham, UK.
  • Gelling, L. and Prevost, T., 1999. The needs of relatives of critically ill patients admitted to a Neurosciences Critical Carer Unit: a comparison of the perceptions of relatives nurses and doctors. In: RCN Critical Care Forum Annual Conference May 1999 Birmingham, UK.

Reports

  • Gelling, L., 2014. Monitoring technology to help prevent falls in the frail elderly in acute hospital settings: a systematic review. Anglia Ruskin University.
  • Gelling, L., Bishop, V., Fitzgerald, M., Johnson, M., Kenkre, J., Greenhalgh, T., Haigh, C., Read, S. and Watson, R., 2011. Informed consent in health and social care research: RCN guidance for nurses. London: Royal College of Nursing.
  • Royal College of Nursing, 2008. Ethical guidance for practitioners undertaking research with children and young people. London, UK: Royal College of Nursing.
  • Akister, J., Gelling, L., Foreman, R. and Howlett, L., 2007. Children’s Centres Consultation: East Cambridgeshire (Soham). Anglia Ruskin University.
  • Akister, J., O'Brien, N., Gelling, L., Fowler, A.J., Foreman, R. and Howlett, L., 2007. South Cambridgeshire/Huntingdonshire Children’s Centre Consultation (Papworth Report). Anglia Ruskin University.
  • Gelling, L. et al., 2005. Informed consent in health and social care research: RCN guidance for nurses. London, UK: Royal College of London.

Theses

  • Gelling, L., 2007. The illness experiences of people with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus. PhD Thesis. Anglia Ruskin University.
  • Gelling, L., 1999. Quality of life following liver transplantation. Master's Thesis. Anglia Ruskin University.

PhD Students

  • Sue Griffith, 2020. How do hospice nurses prepare to care: a grounded theory study
  • Karen Elliott, 2013. The impact of profound brain damage on the occupational performance of the primary caregivers
  • Wendy Durham, 2018. Failure to implement learning in clinical practice
  • Chris Sykes, 2018. Role duality: an exploration of the practice experiences of healthcare assistants/students undertaking a work-based learning pre-registration nursing programme
  • Krishna Garikipati, 2019. The carry-over effects of aquatic physiotherapy for people with MS
  • Steven Abbott, 2015. The use of Phono Arthrometry to detect Osteoarthritis in the knee joint: A Clinical proof of concept study
  • Geraldine Okiwelu, 2020. Exploring the transition of patients from ICU to the ward in Nigeria: an exploration of the experiences of nurses

External Responsibilities

  • Oxford Brookes University, External Examiner, Prof Doctorate in Nursing (2017-)
  • Journal of Clinical Nursing, Editor (2014-)
  • Cambridge South Research Ethics Committee, Chair (2007-)

Memberships

  • Florence Nightingale Foundation, Member, Alumni Association (2015-),
  • Phi Mu Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International, Member (2015-),
  • European Forum for Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Member (2014-),
  • European Academy of Nursing Sciences (EANS), Member (2008-),
  • Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturing & Commerce, Fellow (2007-),
  • Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Research Society, Member (1993-),
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), Registrant (1991-),
  • Royal College of Nursing (RCN), Member (1988-),
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