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Allan, HT, Magnusson, C, Evans, K, Ball, E, Westwood, S, Curtis, K, Horton, K and Johnson, M (2016) Delegation and supervision of healthcare assistants’ work in the daily management of uncertainty and the unexpected in clinical practice: invisible learning among newly qualified nurses Nursing Inquiry, 23 (4). pp. 377-385.

Kinichin, KI, Alpay, , Curtis, K, Franklin, J, Rivers, CB and Winstone, (2016) Charting the elements of pedagogic frailty Educational Research.

Curtis, K (2015) Compassion is an essential component of good nursing care and can be conveyed through the smallest actions Evidence Based Nursing (online).

Johnson, M, Magnusson, C, Allan, H, Evans, K, Ball, E, Horton, K, Curtis, K and Westwood, S (2015) 'Doing the writing' and 'working in parallel': how 'distal nursing' affects delegation and supervision in the emerging role of the newly qualified nurse. Nurse Educ Today, 35 (2). e29-e33.

Allan, HT, Magnusson, C, Horton, K, Evans, K, Ball, E, Curtis, K and Johnson, M (2015) People, liminal spaces and experience: understanding recontextualisation of knowledge for newly qualified nurses. Nurse Educ Today, 35 (2). e78-e83.

Curtis, K (2013) 21st Century challenges faced by nursing faculty in educating for compassionate practice: Embodied interpretation of phenomenological data NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 33 (7). pp. 746-750.

Curtis, K (2013) Learning the requirements for compassionate practice: Student vulnerability and courage. Nurs Ethics.

Curtis, K (2012) Keep compassion alive. Nurs Stand, 26 (44).

Curtis, K, Horton, K and Smith, P (2012) Student nurse socialisation in compassionate practice: A Grounded Theory study. Nurse Educ Today.

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