The Oxford Review Blog: Evidence-based practice research briefings

Why professionals do things counter to their professional values, ethics & beliefs – frequently

Why do professionals do or agree to do things that go against their own personal and professional values, beliefs and ethics? A new study explores the reasons why professionals do things counter to their professional values and ethics more frequently than they are willing to admit…   Professionals are difficult to manage It is a familiar assertion […]

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How you cope with uncertainty predicts how biased you are

How you cope with uncertainty predicts how biased you are How we cope with uncertainty at work and other places affects so much. Researchers looking at many issues from decision-making to anxiety are starting to focus on people’s intolerance of uncertainty or how we cope with uncertainty and are finding that this one thing changes so much including […]

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Lessons from Iran on dealing with job conflict

Dealing with Job Conflict An interesting and unusual paper about to be published in early January (2016) in the Iran Red Crescent Medical Journal (Yes we really do scour the journals from around the world!) looked at nurse’s experience of organisational or job conflict in hospitals within Iran. The researchers examined the experience of organisational […]

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Sample Copy Contents

The free sample copy of The Oxford Review is ready for download. In it we review 8 new research papers and two new books. No Jargon, all in plain english – research for the rest of us – practical,  quick and easy to understand. The contents are as follows: Editorial Is your organisation using coopetition? […]

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