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Nightingale, R, McHugh, G, Kirk, S et al. (1 more author) (2019) Supporting children and young people to assume responsibility from their parents for the self-management of their long-term condition: an integrative review. Child: Care, Health and Development, 45 (2). pp. 175-188. ISSN 0305-1862

Nightingale, R, Wirz, L, Cook, W et al. (1 more author) (2017) Collaborating with parents of children with chronic conditions and professionals to design, develop and pre-pilot PLAnT (the Parent Learning Needs and Preferences Assessment Tool). Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 35. pp. 90-97. ISSN 0882-5963

Nightingale, R, Hall, A, Gelder, C et al. (3 more authors) (2017) Desirable Components for a Customized, Home-Based, Digital Care-Management App for Children and Young People With Long-Term, Chronic Conditions: A Qualitative Exploration. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19 (7). e235. ISSN 1439-4456

Nightingale, R, Friedl, S and Swallow, V (2015) Parents' learning needs and preferences when sharing management of their child's long-term/chronic condition: a systematic review. Patient Education and Counseling, 98 (11). 1329 - 1338. ISSN 0738-3991

Swallow, VM, Nightingale, R and Sinha, M (2015) Working with parents and health-care professionals to design, develop and pre-pilot the parent learning needs and preferences assessment tool: the plant study. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 100. G41. A17 - A18. ISSN 0003-9888

Nightingale, R, Sinha, MD and Swallow, V (2014) Using focused ethnography in paediatric settings to explore professionals' and parents' attitudes towards expertise in managing chronic kidney disease stage 3-5. BMC Health Services Research, 14. 403. ISSN 1472-6963

Swallow, VM, Nightingale, R, Williams, J et al. (7 more authors) (2013) Multidisciplinary teams, and parents, negotiating common ground in shared-care of children with long-term conditions: A mixed methods study. BMC Health Services Research, 13 (1). 264. ISSN 1472-6963

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