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Student life - Your first clinical placement : prepare well and ask for help
Your first clinical placement as a nursing student will be an exciting experience, but it may also be somewhat overwhelming.
''One Passion, One Vision and One World’’- Reflections on the 9th Council of International Neonatal Nurses Conference (COINN) 2016
This report presents our reflections and feedback of the 9th Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN) conference 2016 that took place at the Westin hotel, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from August 13th to ...
Learning from narrative to understand person-centred experience: a literature review
Within healthcare, narrative can be a compelling way to teach professionals about patient experience and foster a more humanistic, person-centred understanding of care. The neonatal nursing field is a speciality with ...
Exploring New Zealand Paramedic Attitudes Towards Advance Directives: An Ethical Analysis
Introduction Advance directives are known to present challenging ethical issues in health care practice, however there is a paucity of research into paramedic perspectives of advance directives. In situations where the ...
Skeletal survey quality in non-accidental injury – A single site evaluation of the effects of imaging checklists
AbstractAims Evidence suggests ongoing practice variability in the quality of skeletal survey examinations for non-accidental injury. The purpose of the study was to investigate the effects on examination quality following ...
Clinical handover between paramedics and emergency department staff: SBAR and IMIST-AMBO acronyms
Clinical handover at the paramedic/emergency department (ED) interface is a potentially critical episode in the patient care journey, as omission of information can adversely affect subsequent actions and the treatment ...
Severe mental illness and type 2 diabetes: : using theory and research evidence to develop complex behaviour change interventions
This paper provides a critical review of the litera-ture on severe mental illness (SMI) and type 2diabetes and presents an argument for the develop-ment of theory-based interventions tailored speciﬁ-cally for people with ...
Reflections on the Use of Visual Methods in a Qualitative Study of Domestic Kitchen Practices
Understanding everyday social practices is challenging as many are mundane and taken for granted and therefore difficult to articulate or recall. This paper reflects on the challenges encountered in a qualitative study ...