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Coulter Smith, Margaret and Lyte, Geraldine (2015) Leadership and excellence in the early recognition of critical illness. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 31 (2). pp. 67-68. ISSN 09643397
Coulter Smith, Margaret and Smith, Pam and Crow, Rosemary (2014) A critical review: a combined conceptual framework of severity of illness and clinical judgement for analysing diagnostic judgements in critical illness. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 23 (5-6). pp. 784-798. ISSN 0962-1067, ESSN: 1365-2702
Dickson, Caroline and Coulter Smith, Margaret (2013) Time for change in community nursing? A critique of the implementation of the Review of Nursing in the Community across NHS Scotland. Journal of Nursing Management, 21 (2). pp. 339-350. ISSN 09660429
Rodgers, S and Tocher, J and Coulter Smith, Margaret and Watts, D and Dickson, L (2012) Pain management and satisfaction in post-surgical patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21 (23-24). pp. 3361-3371. ISSN 09621067
Coulter Smith, Margaret and O'May, Fiona and Mountain, Kristina and Riddell, Helen and Balaam, Martina (2010) Evaluation of Education for Senior Healthcare Support Workers (SCQF Level 7) and Assistant Practitioners (SCQF Level 8) in Children and Young People‟s Health with Optional Pathways. Project Report. Queen Margaret University.
McCreaddie, M and Hutchison, C and Lindsay, G and Huby, G and Craig, A and Rodgers, S and Coulter Smith, Margaret (2009) Evaluation of the Succession Planning Development Pathway for Consultant Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals. Project Report. NES.
Scholes, J and Chellel, A and Scott-Smith, W and Volante, M and Coulter Smith, Margaret and Colliety, P (2008) An evaluation of an educational intervention (physical assessment module), for the non medical workforce to provide unscheduled services across the primary and secondary sector in one SHA. Final report submitted to Skills for Health and Surrey and Sussex Strategic Health Authority (now NHS South East Coast). Project Report. University of Brighton and University of Surrey.