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Board’s eye view

01 April 2008

Emergency Nurse

Forum

I am often asked why I chose to become a nurse lecturer having previously been a consultant nurse in emergency care. When I explain that it was not a matter of...

Doing a literature review in health and social care

01 May 2011

Emergency Nurse

Book Review

The aim of this engaging book is to strip away the anxiety of students embarking on literature reviews. each chapter guides the reader through the process, and...

Care for the bereaved

01 July 2012

Emergency Nurse

Opinion

WITNESSING SUDDEN death and managing bereavement are among the most difficult experiences emergency nurses can have.

Moving too fast

08 November 2011

Emergency Nurse

Opinion

The speed limit on British motorways is soon to be up for consultation after the government proposed to raise it by 10 miles per hour.

Care for the bereaved

09 July 2012

Emergency Nurse

Opinion

Witnessing sudden death and managing bereavement are among the most difficult experiences emergency nurses can have.

Board’s eye view

01 July 2013

Emergency Nurse

Opinion

IN RECENT years, there has been a renewed interest in the management of patients with major trauma, and having a dedicated major centre in a trauma network has...

Moving too fast

01 November 2011

Emergency Nurse

Book Review

THE SPEED limit on British motorways is soon to be up for consultation after the government proposed to raise it by 10 miles per hour.

Prevention and management of skin tears in older people

15 June 2017

Emergency Nurse

CPD

Skin tears are frequently encountered in emergency and unscheduled care, and are prevalent in older people. Patients may present soon after an acute skin tear, or at...

Is there a fairer way to evaluate capability?

13 April 2017

Emergency Nurse

Opinion

The objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) is a popular form of assessment in clinical practice and higher education.

No laughing matter

01 April 2010

Emergency Nurse

Opinion

THE WIDESPREAD popularity of social networking websites may lull people into a false sense of security about their safety and confidentiality.