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Traditional, alternative and innovative approaches to health promotion for children and young people
This article considers the health promotion role of children’s nurses and its relevance to children and young people. Definitions are presented and it is shown how traditional, alternative and innovative approaches may be ...
Skills benefits of advanced simulation training
The phrase 'practice makes perfect' is mainly used for practical skills acquisition. The ambulance staff training curriculum has always had a strong emphasis on skills development. While the simplest technology may be used ...
The perceived effectiveness of peer observation on scenario based training in 3rd year Nursing and Midwifery pre registration students.
Introduction: Learning through observation has been used to teach clinical skills in nurse education, and it has been identified that students will learn both in active participation and as observers. ( Jeffries, 2005 and ...
Using high-fidelity patient simulation to teach physician assistant (PA) students
Introduction: PAs are normally life-science graduates enrolled on a two-year postgraduate programme who eventually function as semi-autonomous clinicians under the direct supervision of designated doctors. The introduction ...
Prospective blinded comparison of surface versus wire electromyographic analysis of muscle recruitment in shoulder instability
This pilot study assesses level of agreement between surface and fine-wire electromyography (EMG), in order to establish if surface is as reliable as fine wire in the diagnosis and treatment of abnormal muscle patterning ...
Restorative justice, mediation and relational conflict resolution in work with young people in residential care
Conflict resolution approaches such as restorative justice and mediation are becoming increasingly important in policy and practice in work with children and young people, be this in relation to work with separating parents ...
Simulation-based theatre team training : A pilot course to improve team working and patient safety
Introduction: Ahead of the Chief Medical Officer’s report we started to setup an interprofessional clinical team simulation-based training programme supported by senior clinicians and CPD funding from the East of England ...
Role of simulation in enhancing knowledge and skills for clinical practice in pre registration Nursing and Midwifery students
Introduction: The use of simulation in nursing education is increasing. Nurses require knowledge and skills for safe and effective practice. Simulation based training has been used to enhance clinical skills in critical ...
Effect of listening to Nellie the Elephant during CPR training on performance of chest compressions by lay people : randomised crossover trial
To determine whether listening to music during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training increases the proportion of lay people delivering chest compressions of 100 per minute.