Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Watts, T. Lymphoedema and Older People British Journal of Community Nursing
  2. Francis-Coad, J., Watts, T., Etherton-Beer, C., Panes, G., Griffiths, H., Anderson, M., Williams, T., Griffiths, B., Nobre, D., Hill, A., Griffiths, E. Evaluation of older people's knowledge, awareness, motivation and perceptions about falls and falls prevention in residential aged care homes: a tale of two cities Ageing and Society 1 19
  3. Watts, T. Four cornerstones of lymphoedema care Nursing and Residential Care 20 7 310 318
  4. Watts, T., Davies, R. Community nurses' perspectives and experiences of the chronic oedema 'on the ground' education programme: a focus group study. British Journal of Community Nursing 22 11 526 534
  5. Arthur, J., Jones, P., Davies, R., Julie, S., Watts, T. An analysis of hearing aid use: Data-logging as an adjunct with the Glasgow Hearing Benefit Profile Questionnaire Journal of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology 48 27 33
  6. Arthur , J., Manchniah, V., Davies , R., Watts, T. An exploratory study identifying a possible response shift phenomena of the Glasgow Hearing Aid Benefit Profile (GHABP) Audiology Research
  7. Watts, T., Davies, R. A qualitative national focus group study of the experience of living with lymphoedema and accessing local multiprofessional lymphoedema clinics Journal of Advanced Nursing
  8. Watts, T. Final-year nursing undergraduates’ understandings of palliative care: a qualitative study in Wales, UK International Journal of Palliative Nursing 20 6 285 293
  9. Watts, T. Secondary breast cancer: the role of primary care nurses . Practice Nurse 44 5 36 41
  10. Watts, T., Davies, R. Tensions and ambiguities: a qualitative study of final year adult field nursing students experiences of caring for people affected by advanced dementia in Wales, UK Nurse Education Today
  11. Watts, T. Primary Breast Cancer: an overview and update Practice Nurse 43 2 36 42
  12. Watts, T. End-of-life care pathways and nursing: a literature review Journal of Nursing Management 21 1 47 57
  13. Watts, T. The media critique of the Liverpool Care Pathway: some education implications for nursing International Journal of Palliative Nursing 19 6 275 280
  14. Watts, T. Big Ideas: ‘Les Rites De Passage’ Arnold Van Gennep 1909 Nurse Education Today 33 4 312 313
  15. WATTS, T., Watts, T. End-of-life care pathways as tools to promote and support a good death: a critical commentary European Journal of Cancer Care 21 1 20 30
  16. Watts, T., Allen, M. Promoting health and wellbeing at the end-of-life: the contribution of end-of-life care pathways. International Journal of Palliative Nursing 18 7 348 354
  17. Watts, T. Initiating end-of-life care pathways: a discussion paper Journal of Advanced Nursing 68 10 2359 2370
  18. Watts, T. Caring for Cancer Survivors Practice Nurse 41 12 40 45
  19. Watts, T. Supporting undergraduate nursing students through structured personal tutoring: Some reflections Nurse Education Today 31 2 214 218
  20. Watts, T. Support on Schedule Nursing Standard 25 40 61
  21. Watts, T. Promoting breast health: information needs of minority ethnic women in the United Kingdom Journal of Advanced Nursing 47 5 526 535
  22. Watts, T. Methodologies analysing individual practice: a systematic review. Journal of Advanced Nursing 35 2 238 256
  23. Watts, T., Jenkins, K. Palliative care nurses' feelings about death rattle Journal of Clinical Nursing 8 5 615 616
  24. Watts, T. Problem and management of noisy rattling breathing in dying patients. International Journal of Palliative Nursing 3 5 245 252
  25. Watts, T. Primary nursing: a way forward in caring for the patient with advanced cancer? Journal of Cancer Care 2 60 67

Book Chapters

  1. Watts, T. Types of review and their purpose (Ed.), Nursing and healthcare research at a glance Wiley
  2. Watts, T. Chronic Conditions Management: In Kell, C., Helme, M. (Eds) Interprofessional Education in Wales: case studies in health and social care (Ed.), Higher Education Academy

Conference Contributions

  1. Watts, T., Davies , R., Slater , J. Questionnaire response shift related to hearing aid rehabilitation Cwm Taf University Healthboard Research and Development Conference
  2. Watts, T., Francis -Coad, J. Falls and falls prevention in residential care: perspectives of older people in Western Australia and Wales, UK.
  3. Watts, T., Francis-Coad, J., Anderson, M., Anne-Marie, H., Etherton-Beer, C., Griffiths, H., Panes, G., Griffiths, B., Williams, T. Evaluation of older people’s knowledge, awareness, motivation and perceptions about falls and falls prevention in residential aged care homes: A tale of two cities.
  4. Francis--Coad , J., Panes, G., Anderson, M., Williams, T., Griffiths, E., Griffiths, H., Etherton-Beer, C., Nobre, D., Watts, T., Hill, A. Evaluation of older people’s knowledge, awareness, motivation and perceptions about falls and falls prevention in residential aged care homes across continents: The British Society of Gerontology 46th Annual Conference, Centre for Innovative Ageing, Swansesa University. Do not go gentle - Gerontology and a good old age. The art of ageing.
  5. Watts, T. 'They have given me my life back': The impact of access to local multiprofessional lymphoedema clinics in Wales The Welsh Public Health Conference 2016
  6. Watts, T., Laws, T. Future proofing doctoral education in healthcare: An analysis of the PhD by published works. International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference
  7. Watts, T., Thomas , H., Piercey, L., Davies, E., Thomas, C. Sustaining connections during practice placements: Supporting first year nursing students using Skype. International Networking for Education in Healthcare
  8. Watts, T. Web based analytics in qualitative healthcare education research: using Wordle as an adjunct in data analysis and display International Networking for Education in Health care
  9. Watts, T. Web-based analytics in qualitative healthcare education research: using Wordle as an adjunct in data analysis and display. International Networking for Education In Healthcare Conference
  10. Watts, T. Final year nursing students’ experiences of palliative care for people with dementia: a qualitative study International Conference for Networking for Education in HealthCare
  11. Watts, T. End of Life Care Pathways as Tools to Promote a Good Death Wales Centre for Practice Innovation Conference
  12. Watts, T. Implementing all graduate nursing programmes: experiences from Wales. (paper presentation) International Networking Education in Healthcare Conference.
  13. Watts, T. The support needs of students accessing undergraduate healthcare programmes using the APEL route (paper presentation) International Networking Education in Healthcare Conference
  14. Watts, T. Cancer Rehabilitation: Education for health professionals Living with Cancer
  15. Watts, T. Structured personal tutor support: some critical reflections Health and Social Care Retention Summit Bournemouth University
  16. Watts, T. Developing postgraduate chronic conditions management education: an example of cross sector boundary working International Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference
  17. Watts, T. Widening participation in higher education: some critical reflections on the use of APEL in a research led university International Networking for Education in Healthcare conference
  18. Watts, T. The Student’s Journey through higher education: critical reflections on structured personal tutor support. (paper presentation) International Networking Education in Healthcare Conference.
  19. Watts, T. Structured personal tutoring to engage undergraduate students on professional programmes The Higher Education Academy Seminar Series Access and Success for All
  20. Watts, T. Student support: critical reflections on structured personal tutor support in undergraduate healthcare programmes International Personal Tutoring and Academic Advising Conference: improving student success
  21. Watts, T. Contextualising professional boundaries Changing Professional Boundaries and Identities in Health and Social Care: European Perspectives.
  22. Watts, T. Challenging the 'givens': Shaping ethnography in nursing and midwifery research RCN International Research Society Annual Conference
  23. Watts, T. The health information needs of minority ethnic groups in the United Kingdom Royal College of Nursing Research Society International Nursing Research Conference

Other Research Outputs

  1. Watts, T. Community nurses perspectives and experiences of the community based on the ground education programme for managing chronic oedema/legulcers: a focus group evaluation
  2. Watts, T. Structured personal tutoring to engage undergraduate students on professional programmes Higher Education Academy