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Causes of ATtrition in CHIldren's NursinG (CATCHING): An exploratory mixed method study.
Professional, financial and ethical reasons necessitate nursing improves its understanding of student attrition. Previous studies identify causes of attrition as multifactorial. However, few studies focus on children's ...
Work of the NHS England Youth Forum and its effect on health services.
AIM: To examine the role of members of the NHS England Youth Forum (NHSEYF) and the strategies used to influence health service provision for children and young people. METHOD: An evaluative mixed-methods study was ...
"We have a voice”.
The poster presents the evaluative mixed methods research study that was commissioned by NHS England and undertaken by the Research Involvement and Engagement 2017, 3(Suppl 1) Page 14 of 17 University of Hertfordshire, ...
An Evaluation of the NHS England Youth Forum
More than five decades ago the Platt Report (Ministry of Health, 1959) recommended that hospitalised children needed to be treated differently to adults. It took until the 1980s for evidence to emerge that healthcare staff ...
An examination of interprofessional education in a pre‑registration children’s nursing course
Aim: This study set out to gain insight into views held by children's nursing students, lecturers and clinically based nurse mentors about interprofessional education (IPE). Method: A qualitative research design was ...
Effective nursing care of children and young people outside hospital
Aim To assess the preparation required to ensure a workforce of nurses who can provide high quality out-of-hospital services for children and young people. Methods Using mixed methods, questionnaires were sent to young ...
Reflecting on the use of photo elicitation with children
Aim To reflect on the use of photo elicitation as a data collection method when conducting research with primary school age children (nine to 11 years). Background There is recognition that children feel an affinity with ...
Family health promotion
(Wiley Blackwell, 2015)
Rethinking children’s public health : the development of an assets model
In recent years, there has been an enormous growth in the literature that has focussed upon health assets; these include children and young people’s developmental assets, community asset mapping and public health. Although ...
An asset-based approach : an alternative health promotion strategy?
In recent years there has been an enormous growth in the literature that has focused upon assets, or emphasising the positive attributes of both people and communities. These include children and young people's developmental ...