Selected Publications

White E (2018) Measuring Clinical Supervision: how beneficial is yours and how do you know? Invited Editorial. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 74:7, pp1437-1439 (DOI 10.1111/jan.13529 ISSN 030 92 402)

White E (2017) Clinical Supervision; separating the fact from the fancy. Invited Expert Opinion. Nursing Times.net 18 September

(https://www.nursingtimes.net/opinion/expert-opinion/clinical-supervision-separating-the-fact-from-the-fancy/7021295.article)

White E (2017) Clinical Supervision; beyond the first flush. Invited Editorial. Journal of Perioperative Practice, 27:5, pp95-96 (ISSN 1750-4589)

White E (2017) Claims to the benefits of Clinical Supervision: a critique of the policy development process and outcomes in New South Wales, Australia. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 26, pp65–76 (doi:10.1111/inm.12292 ISSN 1445-8330)

• Hjermstad M, Bergenmar M, Bjordal K, Fisher SE, Hofmeister D, Montel S, Nicolatou-Galitis O, Pinto M, Raber-Durlacher J, Singer S, Tomaszewska IM, Tomaszewski KA, Verdonck-de Leeuw I, Yarom N, Winstanley J, Herlofson B, EORTC QoL Group (2016) International field testing of the psychometric properties of an EORTC quality of life module for oral health: the EORTC QLQ-OH15. Supportive Care in Cancer, 24:9, pp3915-3924

White E (2016) Clinical Supervision: dancing on the head of a pin -revisited. Australian College of Mental Health Nurses News. Summer Edition. pp14-15. Canberra

White E (2016) Clinical Supervision: invisibility on the contemporary nursing and midwifery policy agenda. Invited Editorial. Journal of Advanced Nursing,73:6,  pp1251–1254 (DOI: 10.1111/jan.12970  ISSN 030 92 402)

• Goodyear R, Borders D, Chang C, Guiffrida D, Hutman H, Kemer G, Watkins C E Jr and White E (2016) Prioritizing questions and methods for an international and interdisciplinary supervision research agenda: suggestions by eight scholars. The Clinical Supervisor, 35:1, pp117-154 (ISSN 0732-5223)

• Duke C, Lynch W, Smith B, Winstanley J (2015) Validity of a new patient engagement measure: the Altarum Consumer Engagement (ACE) Measure™. The Patient, 8, pp559-568 (ISSN 1178-1653)

• Vivat B, Young T, Winstanley J et al, on behalf of the EORTC Quality of Life Group (2015) Is there a relationship between spiritual wellbeing (SWB) and QOL? Findings from international validation of the EORTC QLQ-SWB32. Quality of Life Research, 24, Supplement 1:3, abstract 101

(http://link.springer.com/journal/11136/24/1/suppl/page/1)

• Van den Hurk C, Winstanley J, Seetsen T, Berkvens N, O’Reilly A, Pugliano L, Young A, Boyle F (2015) Development of a standardised patient reported outcome measure for chemotherapy induced alopecia and scalp cooling (number 20-12-P) Supportive Care Cancer, 23 (Supplement 1): S265 (ISSN 0941-4355)

Winstanley J, Young T, Boyle F, Bergenmar M, Bottomley A, Burmeister B, Campana L, Garioch J, King M, Nikolic D, van de Poll-Franse L, Saw R, Thompson J, White E, on behalf of the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) Quality of Life Group (2015) Cross cultural development of a quality of life measure for patients with melanoma: Phase 3 testing of an EORTC Melanoma Module. Melanoma Research, 25:1, pp47-58 (DOI: 10.1097/CMR.0000000000000122; ISSN: 0960-8931)

White E and Winstanley J (2014) Clinical Supervision and the helping professions: an interpretation of history. The Clinical Supervisor, 33:1, pp3-25 (ISSN 0732-5223)

Winstanley J and White E (2014) The Manchester Clinical Supervision Scale©: MCSS-26©. In: Watkins C E Jnr and Milne D (Eds) The Wiley International Handbook of Clinical Supervision. Chapter 17, Part IV: Measuring competence. John Wiley and Sons Ltd, Chichester (ISBN 9781119943327)

White E and Winstanley J (2014) Clinical Supervision: predicting best outcomes. Research Monograph. November. Osman Consulting Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia (ISBN 978-0-9807398-4-8)

Winstanley J, Young T, Boyle F, Bergenmar M, Bottomley A, Burmeister B, Campana L, Garioch J, King M, Nikolic D, van de Poll-Franse L, Saw R, Thompson J, White E, on behalf of the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) Quality of Life Group (2014) Cross cultural development of a quality of life measure for patients with melanoma: Phase 3 testing of an EORTC Melanoma Module. Melanoma Research, 25:1, pp47-58 (ISSN: 0960-8931)

Winstanley J, Saw R, Boyle F, Thompson J (2013) The FACT-Melanoma Quality of Life Instrument: Comparison of a five and four point response scale using the Rasch Measurement Model. Melanoma Research, 23:1, pp 61-69 (ISSN 0960-8931)

Winstanley J, White E, Boyle F and Thompson J (2013) What are the pertinent quality-of-life issues for melanoma cancer patients? Aiming for the development of a new module to accompany the EORTC core questionnaire. Melanoma Research, 23, pp167-174 (doi: 10.1097/CMR. 0b013e32835e5932; ISSN 0960-8931

White E and Winstanley J (2011) Clinical Supervision for mental health professionals: the evidence base. Commissioned for Special Edition ‘Current Trends in Mental Health Services’. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, 14:3, pp73-90 (ISSN: 0953-5225)

White E (2012) Challenges that may arise when conducting real-life nursing research. Nurse Researcher: the International Journal of Research Methodology in Nursing and Health Care, 19:4, pp15-20 (ISSN1351-5578)

Winstanley J and White E (2011) The MCSS-26©: revision of The Manchester Clinical Supervision Scale© using the Rasch Measurement Model. Journal of Nursing Measurement, 19:3, pp 160-178 (ISSN 10613749)

• Roche M, Duffield C and White E (2011) Factors in the practice environment of nurses working in inpatient mental health: a partial least squares path modelling approach. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 48:12, pp1475-1486 (ISSN 00207489)

• Barnes M, White E, Winstanley J and Reed R (2011) Clinical supervision for midwives in Queensland; findings from an on-line survey. Focus on Health Professional Education, 14:2, pp1-11 (ISSN 1442-1100)

White E and Winstanley J (2010) A randomised controlled trial of Clinical Supervision: selected findings from a novel Australian attempt to establish the evidence base for causal relationships with quality of care and patient outcomes, as an informed contribution to mental health nursing practice development. Journal of Research in Nursing, 15:2, pp151-167 (ISSN 0744 9871)

White E and Winstanley J (2010) Clinical Supervision: outsider reports of a research-driven implementation program in Queensland, Australia. Journal of Nursing Management, 18, pp689–696 (ISSN 09660429)

Winstanley J, Myles B, White E, Paton E, King M and Thompson J (2010) Improving the measurement of Quality of Life in melanoma patients. In collaboration with the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) Quality of Life Group. Pigment Cell and Melanoma Research Journal, 23:6, pp874–1004 (ISSN 1755-1471)

White E and Winstanley J (2010) Does clinical supervision lead to better patient outcomes in mental health nursing? Nursing Times, 106:16, pp16-18 (ISSN 09547762)

White E and Winstanley J (2009) Implementation of Clinical Supervision: educational preparation and subsequent diary accounts of the practicalities involved, from an Australian perspective. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 16, pp895–903 (ISSN 1351-0126)

White E and Winstanley J (2009) Clinical Supervision for nurses working in mental health settings in Queensland, Australia: a randomised controlled trial in progress and emerging challenges. Journal of Research in Nursing, 14:3, pp263–276 (ISSN 0744 9871)

White E and Winstanley J (2009) Quality of care and patient outcomes: a randomised controlled trial of Clinical Supervision in Queensland, Australia. Final Report. Osman Consulting Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia (ISBN 978-0-9807398-1-7) Trial web address:

http://www.ANZCTR.org.au/ACTRN12611000726954.aspx

White E and Winstanley J (2006) Cost and resource implications of Clinical Supervision: an Australian perspective. Journal of Nursing Management, 14, pp1-9 (ISSN 0966 0429)

White E and Roche M (2006) A selective review of mental health nursing in New South Wales, Australia, in relation to Clinical Supervision. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 15, pp209-219 (ISSN 1445-8330)

White E and Winstanley J (2004) Mental Health Nursing and Clinical Supervision. Health Law in Canada, 24:3, pp43-47 (ISSN 0 433 43326 4)

Winstanley J and White E (2003) Clinical Supervision: models, measures and best practice. (Re-published, on request, with the kind permission of the Australian and New Zealand College of Mental Health Nurses. Greenacres, South Australia). Nurse Researcher: the International Journal of Research Methodology in Nursing and Health Care. 10:4, pp7-38 (ISSN 1351 5578)

White E and Brooker C (2001) Community Mental Health Nursing; a census of England and Wales. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 38:1, pp 61-70 (ISSN 00207489)

Winstanley J (2000) Manchester Clinical Supervision Scale©. Nursing Standard. 26 January, 14:19, pp 31-32 (ISSN 0029-6570)

• Butterworth T, Carson J, Jeacock J*, White E and Clements A (1999) Stress, coping, burnout and job satisfaction: findings from the clinical supervision evaluation project. Stress Medicine, 15, pp27-33 (ISSN 074 88386)

White E, Butterworth T, Bishop, V, Carson J, Jeacock J* and Clements A (1998) Clinical Supervision: insider reports of a private world. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 28:1, pp185-192 (ISSN 030 92 402)

• Butterworth T, Carson J, White E, Jeacock J*, Clements A and Bishop V (1997) It is good to talk. Clinical supervision and mentorship: an evaluation in England and Scotland. The University of Manchester, England (ISBN 1 898992 45 2)

White E, Riley E, Davies S and Twinn S (1994) A detailed study of the relationships between support, supervision and role modelling for students in clinical areas, within the context of Project 2000 courses. Final Report. English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, London, UK

  * Now, Winstanley J

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