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Dr Duncan C Randall RGN, RSCN, RHV, RNT, NP, BSc(HONS), Pg Cert, PhD

Principal Teaching Fellow

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Dr Duncan Randall is a Principal Teaching Fellow within Health Sciences. Duncan’s clinical and published expertise concerns the nursing of children in hospital, hospice and home settings. His research focus is on palliative and end of life care for children. He is module leader for long term conditions and partnership care module on the Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing Programme.

Children’s nursing is about facilitating children who live with illness to live a childhood, which as far as is possible is similar to that of their peers, in their communities.

Duncan has led Department of Health funded research projects and was a co-investigator on the children’s Spectrum of palliative care needs project. Duncan has worked with children’s palliative care networks in the West Midlands and the North West. He has published in peer reviewed journals and has a new book on Pragmatic Children’s Nursing due to be published this year (2015).

Module leader Long Term Conditions

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Selected peer reviewed publications

Gardner H and Randall D (2012) The effects of the presence or absence of parents on interviews with children. Nurse Researcher 19(2) 6-10

Randall D (2012) Children’s regard for nurses and nursing: A mosaic of children’s views on community nursing. Journal of Child Health Care 16(1) 91-104

Randall D (2012) Revisiting Mandell’s “least adult” role and engaging with children’s voices in research. Nurse Researcher 19(3) 39-43

Randall D and Hill A (2012) Consulting children and young people on what makes a good nurse. Nursing Children and Young People 24(3)14-19

Randall D and Hallowell L (2012) "Making the bad things seem better": Coping in children receiving healthcare. Journal of Child Health Care 16 (3)304 – 312

Standage R and Randall D (2014) The benefits for children’s nurses of overseas placements: Where is the evidence? Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing DOI 10.3109/01460862.2014.880531.

Shaw KL, Brook L,  Mpundu-Kaambwa C, Harris N, Lapwood S, Randall D (2014)The Spectrum of Children's Palliative Care Needs: a classification framework for children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions BMJ Support and Palliative Care doi:10.1136/bmjspcare-2012-000407

 

Coad J, Gibson F, Horstman M, Milnes L, Randall D and Carter B (2014) Be my guest! Challenges and practical solutions of undertaking interviews with children in the home setting Journal of Child Health Care.  DOI: 10.1177/1367493514527653

Book chapters

Randall D (2005) Development of the immune system and immunity. In: Chamley C ,Carson P, Randall D and Sandwell M, Developmental anatomy and physiology of children: a practical approach. Edinburgh: Elsevier

Randall D (2005) Development of the respiratory system and respiration. In: Chamley C ,Carson P, Randall D and Sandwell M, Developmental anatomy and physiology of children: a practical approach. Edinburgh: Elsevier

Randall D (2011) “To be like the others": Children's views of nursing in community settings. In: Brykczynska G and Simons J (Eds) Ethical and philosophical aspects of nursing children and young people (77-87.) Oxford Wiley-Blackwell.

Randall D (2011) Who is shaping children's nursing? In: Brykczynska G and Simons J (Eds) Ethical and philosophical aspects of nursing children and young people(251-260) Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

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Children’s Palliative Care, Nursing Theory, Long Term Conditions in Childhood, Community Children’s Nursing, Participatory Research, Mixed Methodologies and Research Ethics.

Dr Duncan C Randall
Health Sciences Student Office University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 67/3007

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