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King, Liz (2024). Communication with children and young people. In: Watson, Naomi Anna ed. Effective Communication for Nursing Practice. Transforming Nursing Practice, 1. London, UK: Learning Matters, pp. 81–96.

King, Liz; McKeever, Stephen; Devery, Kim and Winsall, Megan (2024). "Holding back my own emotions”: Evaluation of an online education module in pediatric end-of-life care [Podcast]. In Journal of Child Health Care SAGE, London, UK.

Alderson, Priscilla; Bellsham-Revell, Hannah; King, Liz; Vigneswaran, Trisha and Wray, Jo (2024). Children’s ages of consent to non-urgent heart surgery: The views of two paediatric cardiology teams. Children and Society, 38(2) pp. 487–504.

King, Liz; Pettersson, Miriam; Eriksson, Mats and McKeever, Stephen (2024). Parental experiences of home phototherapy for neonatal hyperbilirubinemia [Podcast]. Journal of Child Health Care, SAGE.

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King, Liz; Kanaris, Costas and McKeever, Stephen (2023). Mind the power gap: How hierarchical leadership in healthcare is a risk to patient safety [Podcast]. Journal of Child Health Care, SAGE.

King, Liz and Smale, Allison (2023). Dyscalculia, maths anxiety and numerophobia in nursing practice. In Reasonable Adjustments In Nursing Education (RAINE) Reasonable Adjustments In Nursing Education (RAINE)/Podbean, Reasonable Adjustments In Nursing Education (RAINE).

King, Liz and Chadd, Holly (2023). How can the RCN help support nurses who require reasonable adjustments for learning? In Reasonable Adjustments In Nursing Education (RAINE) Reasonable Adjustments In Nursing Education (RAINE)/Podbean, Reasonable Adjustments In Nursing Education (RAINE).

King, Liz and Dadich, Ann (2023). Clinician and carer moral concerns when caring for children who tube-feed [Podcast]. Journal of Child Health Care Podcast, SAGE.

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Alderson, Priscilla; Bellsham-Revell, Hannah; Dedieu, Nathalie; King, Liz; Mendizabal, Rosa and Sutcliffe, Katy (2022). Children’s understanding and consent to heart surgery: Multidisciplinary teamwork and moral experiences. Journal of Child Health Care, 27(2) pp. 197–211.

King, Liz (2022). Benefits of podcasts for healthcare professionals. Journal of Child Health Care, 26(3) pp. 341–342.

Manderson, Grace and King, Liz (2022). Mobile phone interventions to promote adherence to HIV treatment: mitigating the challenges. Nursing Standard, 37(2) pp. 45–50.

Azuike, Priscilla; Anjoyeb, Mahmood and King, Liz (2022). Bereavement and children’s mental health: Recognising the effects of early parental loss. Nursing Children and Young People, 34(1) pp. 26–32.

Alderson, P.; Bellsham-Revell, H.; Brierley, J.; Dedieu, N.; Heath, J.; Johnson, M.; Johnson, S.; Katsatis, A.; Kazim, R.; King, L.; Mendizabal, R.; Sutcliffe, K.; Trowell, J.; Vigneswaren, T.; Wellesley, H. and Wray, J. (2022). Children's informed, signified and voluntary consent to heart surgery: Professionals’ practical perspectives. Nursing Ethics, 29(4) pp. 1078–1090.

King, Liz and Liverpool, Shaun (2022). Associations between child mental health, carer worry and help-seeking [Podcast]. Journal of Child Health Care, SAGE.

King, Liz and Van Schandevyl, Guy (2022). A medication adherence-enhancing simulation intervention in pediatric cystic fibrosis [Podcast]. Journal of Child Health Care, SAGE.

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Baker, Ricky; King, Elizabeth and Munn, Flavia (2021). Clinical placements: support for students with a disability or impairment. In Nursing Standard RCNi.

King, Liz and Whiting, Lisa (2021). Factors influencing nurse retention within children’s palliative care [Podcast]. Journal of Child Health Care, SAGE.

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Haroune, Valerie and King, Liz (2020). Factors contributing to parental ‘vaccine hesitancy’ for childhood immunisations. Nursing Children and Young People, 32(4) pp. 20–25.

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King, Liz (2018). Exploring student nurses’ and their link lecturers' experiences of reasonable adjustments in clinical placement. In: North West London Research Symposium, 27 Sep 2018, Imperial College, London.

King, Liz (2018). Exploring student nurses’ and their link lecturers' experiences of reasonable adjustments in clinical placement. In: Imperial College Healthcare Trust Nursing Conference, 22 Nov 2018, Hammersmith Hospital.

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King, Liz (2017). Link lecturers' views on supporting student nurses who have a learning difficulty in clinical placement. In: North West London Research Symposium, 20 Sep 2017, Imperial College, London.

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Harrison-White, Karen and King, Elizabeth (2015). Hub and spoke model for nursing student placements in the UK, Nursing Children and Young People. Nursing Children and Young People, 27(2) pp. 24–29.

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King, Liz (2013). Parental Refusal of Consent for their Child's Medical Treatment: An Ethical, Professional and Legal Dilemma. British Journal of Anaesthetic and Recovery Nursing, 14(8) pp. 11–17.

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