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Pregnancy and childbirth in English prisons : institutional ignominy and the pains of imprisonment
With a prison population of approximately 9000 women in England, it is estimated that approximately 600 pregnancies and 100 births occur annually. Despite an extensive literature on the sociology of reproduction, pregnancy ...
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 ...
Women’s experiences of breastfeeding in prison
The benefit of breastfeeding on the long-term health and wellbeing for mother and baby is abundant. The effects on bonding between mother and baby are significant and physiological immunity is paramount in protecting the ...
African emergency nursing curriculum: : Development of a curriculum model
The African Emergency Nursing Curriculum (AENC) provides a consensus document to guide the development of harmonised standards of emergency nursing theory and practice across Africa for the benefit of the emergency patient ...
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 traumatic death : the significant and unique contribution of emergency nurses
When a person dies suddenly and in traumatic circumstances, emergency nurses are required to manage the aftermath of the event with competence and sensitivity. Yet minimal education and training exists to enable this ...