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Don’t ask me what’s the matter, ask me what matters: acute mental health facility experiences of people living with Autism Spectrum Conditions
What is known on the subject?: There is a growing body of evidence that many people with an autism spectrum condition suffer anxiety in their daily life and a realization among practitioners that admission to a mental ...
Piloting a global mentorship initiative to support African emergency nurses
Mentorship is a relationship whereby a person experienced in the specialty supports and guides a less experienced person following a process of relationship building, engagement and development, self-inquiry and reflection ...
Strengthening emergency nursing in sub-Saharan Africa : Emergency nursing curriculum
Emergency nursing across Africa is delivered in a range of acute clinical and community based public health contexts with national variation in the regulation, education and clinical competence infrastructure. Increasing ...
Teaching emotional intelligence
Development of a global mentorship infrastructure to support African Emergency Nurses
Study/Objective: This presentation will describe the creation of a global mentorship arrangement designed to support emergency nurses in Africa and the potential benefits and limitations of such a project. Background: ...
Sudden death in emergency care : responding to bereaved relatives
Many emergency nurses find it difficult to support relatives whose loved ones are being resuscitated or to witness relatives' distress after their family members have died. When such events occur, emergency practitioners ...
Strengthening emergency nursing in Africa : a strategic action plan
Standards of emergency nursing in Africa remain variable and obstacles to standardisation comprise e.g. limited country specific resources and deficiencies in educational strategy and health systems. The project aims to ...
Sudden death liminality : Dehumanisation and disengagement
Purpose of the research: The purpose of this paper is to understand, the uniquely held beliefs and values of emergency personnel involved in sudden death work and specifically, the process of disengagement in the space ...
Sudden traumatic death : Caring for the bereaved
Supporting relatives following sudden and traumatic death is one of the most daunting aspects of emergency care. Relatives are devastated by the suddenness of the event, a situation often compounded by the mutilation of ...