Advanced Nursing contribution to HIV care

Piercy, Hilary and Bell, Gill and Hughes, Charlie and Naylor, Simone and Bowman, Christine (2017). Advanced Nursing contribution to HIV care. SHU Research Data Archive (SHURDA). http://doi.org/10.17032/shu-170002

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Summary

The ANCHIVS study was a national project to examine the contribution of specialist nursing to the delivery of HIV services in England. It was undertaken in response to the urgent need to review the models of HIV care delivery and adapt them to address the changing health needs of those living with HIV care within the current financial constraints of the NHS. The study was undertaken in 2014-15 with data collection taking place between April 2014 -March 2015. This archive contains all the data for this project in the form of transcribed anonymised interviews. The data for this study are contained in three folders, each of which relates to a separate stage of the project. Documents have all been saved as rtf for archiving purposes. Stage - semi-structured interviews with key stakeholders Stage 2 - semi-structured interviews with nurse-doctor pairs. Stage 3 - case studies of five stage 2 study sites. Labelling conventions. P = Physician N = Nurse C = Commissioner SU = service user

Item Type: Dataset
Alternative title: ANCHIVS
Keywords: semi-structured interviews, ANCHIVS, HIV care, NHS, advanced nursing
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Academic units: Faculty of Health and Wellbeing (HWB) > Research Centres > Centre for Health and Social Care Research (CHSCR)
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Funder NameGrant NumberFunder ID
ViiV healthcareUNSPECIFIED
Copyright Holders: Sheffield Hallam University
Publisher of the data: SHU Research Data Archive (SHURDA)
Publication date: 17 February 2017
Embargo expiry date: 31 December 2017
Reason(s) for restriction and conditions for access: To enable further publications to be prepared and submitted prior to release of the data
DOI: http://doi.org/10.17032/shu-170002
URI: http://shurda.shu.ac.uk/id/eprint/34

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