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A practical guide to designing a poster for presentation
Poster presentations are frequently used to disseminate research findings and clinical initiatives at conferences, and present module material for educational courses. However, many nurses lack confidence when it comes to ...
A pilot simulation-based theatre team training course to improve patient safety
We are about to start running scenario-based simulation sessions for the CPD of clinical teams from the local acute care NHS Trusts. A pilot session for theatre teams was organised to determine the participants’ views about ...
Hybrid simulation helps students to engage more in a scenario than the use of patient simulators? : The students’ perception
Introduction: Simulation is not only about the use of patient simulators. There are various modalities to engage students in simulated activities. This abstract explores the students’ perception of their responses to ...
A mapping of the evidence on integrated long term condition services
Policies in long term conditions care continue to develop rapidly in England. Currently there is a focus on the integration of services and enabling patient and carer choice. Integration of care across disciplines and ...
Acquisition of knowledge of other healthcare disciplines through simulation
Introduction : Students have few opportunities to practise alongside other disciplines. Simulation offers an ideal context to provide experience in a safe and controlled environment to junior trainees. This project explores ...
Involving children in research
Children and young people should be involved in the research process when the findings could affect them. It is important to use research tools that will facilitate their engagement as they can offer valuable contributions ...
The rediscovered concept of recovery in mental illness : A multicountry comparison of policy and practice
Recovery has recently reemerged in many countries as a key concept in mental health. Several long-term outcome studies have highlighted much higher recovery rates than previously assumed for persons with long-term mental ...
International aspects of social work with children, young people and families
(Learning Matters, 2009)
Examines key issues for social work educators and practitioners, to have knowledge of from the point of view of migrant children