Charlotte Eost-Telling

Charlotte Eost-Telling
The University of Manchester · NIHR Applied Research Collaboration Greater Manchester (ARC-GM), School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work

BSc, MSc, PhD

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14 Research Items
53 Citations
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Additional affiliations
September 2021 - December 2022
The University of Manchester
Position
  • Research Associate
February 2009 - September 2021
University of Chester
Position
  • Researcher
January 2002 - April 2005
Unilever
Position
  • Manager
Education
September 1995 - January 1999
Loughborough University
Field of study
  • Ergonomics
September 1993 - September 1994
Loughborough University
Field of study
  • Ergonomics

Publications

Publications (18)
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Abstract Aim To identify, evaluate and summarize evidence from qualitative, quantitative and mixed method studies conducted using age suits or other age simulation equipment, with health and social care students. Design Convergent segregated mixed method review design as outlined by the Johanna Briggs Institute. Data Sources CINAHL (+ with Full T...
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We carried out a narrative review and thematic analysis of literature on the physical health care, mental health care and social care of trans older adults to ascertain what is known about older trans adults’ contacts with and use of health and social care. Thirty papers were found: a majority originated in the United States of America. Five themes...
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In today's business environment people can no longer afford to be 'out of touch' when they are away from the office, with the result, the car has become a mobile office for many workers. The aims of this study were * to review current technology in the mobile office, * to determine problems of office working in the car, * to offer design solutions....
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Aims and objectives To review and analyse current preceptorship programmes within NHS trusts in the North West of England. To evaluate the pedagogic rigour of the programme and suggest recommendations to inform the future design of preceptorship programmes. Background Enhancing the retention of newly qualified staff is of particular importance giv...
Research
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This report presents the findings of the evaluation of Stockport Council’s Self Directed Support pilot in mental health services. The pilot has been in place for eighteen months, and this report covers the evaluation of the implementation. The purpose of the evaluation is to better understand the experiences of people with mental health problems wh...
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The research aim was to evaluate the rationale of undergraduate final-year student nurses to undertake paid clinical placements during COVID-19 (Wave 1). The nursing profession reacted innovatively to meet demands placed on the National Health Service during COVID-19. Temporary changes to professional regulation enabled final-year United Kingdom nu...
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Self-harm is a global public health challenge. The management and treatment of those who self-harm is emotionally challenging, and can sometimes manifest in negative attitudes amongst staff who provide care. Health professional's attitudes towards deliberate self-harm have been studied globally, however, evidence regarding prison staff attitudes is...
Conference Paper
This symposium brings together insights from a wide range of disciplines to explore the utility of Mass Observation Data (http://www.massobs.org.uk/) in the field of gerontology and mental health. The Mass Observation Project, established in 1937, documents the lives of ordinary people living in the UK, and explores a wide range of health and socia...
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This paper considers narratives of 143 respondents (“Observers”) to a Mass Observation Project Directive exploring individuals’ perceptions of dementia. Perceptions of dementia held by “Observers” with experience of dementia and those without differed sharply. “Observers” with experience of dementia offered insight into living with and caring for a...
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This presentation reflects on self-written narratives from respondents to a mass observation directive, focusing on the experiences of growing older. Narrative methods are theoretically and methodologically diverse, and are helpful in social research to understand events or happenings in human lives. This data presents accounts from a heterogeneous...
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This presentation will offer new and alternate insights into ‘scams’ and the health effects of fraud on older people. It reports data captured from a Mass Observation Project “Directive” focusing on scams and their impact on individuals. Eighty “Observers’” aged 50 and over responded to the “Directive”. Responses indicate that falling victim to a s...
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The Mass Observation Project, established in 1937, documents the lives of ordinary people living in the UK, and explores a wide range of social issues. The Project distributes a set of written questions (“Directives”) to a panel of 500 members of the British public (“Observers”) three times each year; “Observers” respond in writing. From the initia...
Article
ABSTRACT • Aims and objectives: To review and analyse current preceptorship programmes within NHS trusts in the North West of England. To evaluate the pedagogic rigour of the programme and suggest recommendations to inform the future design of preceptorship programmes. • Background: Enhancing the retention of newly qualified staff is of particular...
Presentation
Consequential to longevity and the demographic changes worldwide both current and projected, extraordinary opportunities are beginning to surface for satisfying and active healthy ageing. Conversely, those same opportunities can expose vulnerabilities of numerous types: physical, psychological and criminological. This symposium will focus on the in...
Thesis
A Doctoral Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy of Loughborough University. This thesis examines the issues surrounding the collection and dissemination of customer ergonomics requirements in the automotive industry. The aim of the research is to develop a Toolset of methods, known as th...

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Projects (6)
Project
To identify the social value of four projects designed to reduce social isolation in older adults.
Project
To ascertain how effectively student nurses’ education and clinical placements prepared them to enter practice early during the Coronavirus pandemic.