Items where Author is "Tavener-Smith, Taryn"

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Tavener-Smith, Taryn (2023) Fragmentation and Reconstitution of Characters across Temporal Space in Cloud Atlas. Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies, 12 (3). ISSN 2045-4821 (Submitted)

Tavener-Smith, Taryn (2022) Adapting representations of death from page to screen in Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black (1983). Revenant: Critical and Creative Studies of the Supernatural. ISSN 2397-8791

McAllister, Nicole, Tavener-Smith, Taryn and Williams, Julia (2022) Decoding medical terminology: Implementing digital teaching innovations to support nursing students’ academic and clinical practice. Teaching and Learning in Nursing. ISSN 1557-3087

McAllister, Nicole, Tavener-Smith, Taryn and Williams, Julia (2022) Roots, prefixes, and suffixes: decoding medical terminology using an online enquiry-based learning intervention for nursing associates. Teaching and Learning in Nursing. (Submitted)

Tavener-Smith, Taryn (2021) Transmigration, space and time in Slade House. Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies. ISSN 2045-4821

Tavener-Smith, Taryn (2021) Note-taking by nursing students: the case for implementing writing strategies to encourage best practice. British Journal of Nursing, 30 (3). pp. 172-176. ISSN 0966-0461

Book Section

Tavener-Smith, Taryn (2023) ‘The Vampire in the Attic: Constructing Female Monstrous Feminine Identities in Liminal, Purgatorial Spaces’. In: Female Identity in Fictional Purgatorial Worlds. Bloomsbury Publishing, London. ISBN 9781350227033 (In Press)

Conference or Workshop Item

McAllister, Nicole, Tavener-Smith, Taryn and Jackson, Jonathan (2023) mLearning with MediLingo: Decoding medical terminology like a language for Nursing students. In: North West London Research Symposium for NMAHPPs, 27 September 2023, Imperial College London, South Kensington. (Submitted)

Tavener-Smith, Taryn (2021) Evil transgressions and the monstrous female vampire in David Mitchell’s Slade House (2015). In: Evil Women: Women and Evil 3rd Global Inclusive Interdisciplinary Conference, 11th - 12th September 2021, Vienna Austria (Virtual Attendance). (In Press)

Tavener-Smith, Taryn (2021) Lacunas, orisons, and attics: David Mitchell’s Slade House (2015) as Gothic locus. In: PopMeC CFP. 50+ Shades of Gothic: The Gothic Across Genre and Media in US Popular Culture, 20 April 2021, Online.

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