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There is published evidence to support graduate-only entry

26 May 2009

Nursing Standard

Letter

Claire Leathem (letters May 13) asks: ‘Where is the real evidence to support graduate-only entry?’

Emotional labour: the challenges of working with children and cancer

07 June 2012

Nursing Children and Young People

A&S Science

This article explains the concept of emotional labour and applies it to working with children with cancer. Emotional labour describes active management of the...

Emotional labour: the challenges of working with children and cancer

01 June 2012

Nursing Children and Young People

Oncology nursing

Abstract This article explains the concept of emotional labour and applies it to working with children with cancer. Emotional labour describes active management of...

Tensions within management roles in healthcare organisations

Nursing Management

evidence & practice

Aim Aim This article reports the results of a study that gives an insight into ward leaders' perspectives of their leadership role and explores how they deliver...

Life story work and nursing home residents with dementia

21 May 2009

Nursing Older People

Feature

Research has indicated that one means of seeing clients with dementia as individual people, and gaining insight into their lives, is through listening to the stories...

Noise levels in PICU: an evaluative study

01 December 2005

Paediatric Nursing

Clinical

High levels of noise in the hospital environment can have an impact on patients and staff increasing both recovery time and stress respectively. When our...

Clinical assessment skills and the use of monitoring equipment

01 October 2010

Paediatric Nursing

Professional issues

The relationship between nursing and technology remains contested. This article debates whether technology – in particular the monitoring of cardiac function, oxygen...

A feasibility study of an educational intervention for children with daytime wetting

01 June 2008

Paediatric Nursing

Research

Daytime wetting in children is a common problem and though behavioural and educational interventions have been recommended, they have not been extensively evaluated....

A feasibility study of an educational intervention for children with daytime wetting

01 June 2008

Paediatric Nursing

A&S Science

Daytime wetting in children is a common problem and though behavioural and educational interventions have been recommended, they have not been extensively evaluated....

Clinical assessment skills and the use of monitoring equipment

28 October 2010

Paediatric Nursing

General

The relationship between nursing and technology remains contested. This article debates whether technology – in particular the monitoring of cardiac function, oxygen...