Jessica E. Young
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Students’ reflections on the relationships between safe learning environments, learning challenge and positive experiences of learning in a simulated GP clinic
JE Young, MI Williamson, TG Egan
Advances in Health Sciences Education 21 (1), 63-77, 2016
The euthanasia debate: synthesising the evidence on New Zealander's attitudes
J Young, R Egan, S Walker, A Graham-DeMello, C Jackson
Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online 14 (1), 1-21, 2019
Finding the ‘self’after weight loss surgery: Two women’s experiences
J Young, L Burrows
Feminism & Psychology 23 (4), 498-516, 2013
Cracking open death: death conversations in primary care
R Llewellyn, C Jaye, R Egan, W Cunningham, J Young, P Radue
Journal of primary health care 8 (4), 303-311, 2016
Shared care requires a shared vision: communities of clinical practice in a primary care setting
J Young, T Egan, C Jaye, M Williamson, A Askerud, P Radue, M Penese
Journal of Clinical Nursing 26 (17-18), 2689-2702, 2017
One of us: Stories from two New Zealand rest homes
C Jaye, B Hale, M Butler, R McKechnie, L Robertson, J Simpson, J Tordoff, ...
Journal of Aging Studies 35, 135-143, 2015
The people speak: social media on euthanasia/assisted dying
C Jaye, I Lomax-Sawyers, J Young, R Egan
Medical humanities 47 (1), 47-55, 2021
Living into death: a case for an iterative, fortified and cross-sector approach to advance care planning
R Llewellyn, C Jaye, R Egan, W Cunningham, J Young, P Radue
Anthropology & Medicine 24 (3), 350-365, 2017
The healthy lifestyle in longevity narratives
C Jaye, J Young, R Egan, R Llewellyn, W Cunningham, P Radue
Social Theory & Health 16 (4), 361-378, 2018
Moral economy and moral capital in the community of clinical practice
C Jaye, J Young, T Egan, M Williamson
Qualitative Health Research 28 (4), 523-533, 2018
Communities of clinical practice in action: doing whatever it takes
J Young, C Jaye, T Egan, M Williamson, A Askerud, P Radue, M Penese
Health 22 (2), 109-127, 2018
Employing imaginative rationality: using metaphor when discussing death
R Llewellyn, C Jaye, R Egan, W Cunningham, J Young, P Radue
Medical Humanities 43 (1), 71-72, 2017
A citizens' jury on euthanasia/assisted dying: Does informed deliberation change people's views?
S Walker, R Egan, J Young, C Jaye, C Jackson
Health Expectations 23 (2), 388-395, 2020
An exercise to map patient-centred care networks
J Young, M Williamson, T Egan, P Radue, C Jaye, K Kenrick, J Ross
Clinical Teacher, 2016
Exploring the value of social network ‘care maps’ in the provision of long-term conditions care
J Young, U Poole, F Mohamed, S Jian, M Williamson, J Ross, C Jaye, ...
Chronic Illness 17 (2), 95-110, 2021
Media representation of chronic pain in Aotearoa New Zealand—a content analysis of news media
H Devan, J Young, C Avery, L Elder, Y Khasyanova, D Manning, ...
New Zealand Medical Journal, 2020
General practitioners’ ethical decision-making: does being a patient themselves make a difference?
KH Hall, J Michael, C Jaye, J Young
Clinical Ethics 13 (4), 199-208, 2018
Vox populi, vox Dei? Previewing New Zealand’s public decision on assisted dying
J Young, A Geddis
Journal of Law & Medicine, 2020
General practice and patients’ views of the social networks of patients with multimorbidity
E McKinlay, J Young, B Gray
Journal of Primary Health Care 10 (3), 258-266, 2018
‘Why worry about something you can’t control?’Negotiated risk, longevity and health behaviours
R Llewellyn, W Cunningham, C Jaye, J Young, R Egan, P Radue
Health: 21 (3), 259-277, 2017
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