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Nurses’ perceptions of care received by older people with mental health issues in an acute hospital environment

10 December 2008

Nursing Older People

Clinical

A qualitative methodology using focus groups was used to access the views of 14 nurses in one NHS trust about caring for older people with mental health issues in an...

growing old with dignity: a concept analysis

01 June 2002

Nursing Older People

General

The term ‘dignity’ describes an attitude and approach to people that is integral to caring (Carper 1978), and users of healthcare services should expect their...

Care professionals’ views on undertaking care assessment in the community

01 June 2008

Nursing Older People

Care

This study explores the understanding of care assessments by care staff, which, the author contends, can become simply a task and another workforce issue, rather...

Leading and co-ordinating a multi-nurse researcher project

01 December 2004

Nurse Researcher

Issues in research

Leading and co-ordinating a research project is a complex undertaking involving management of people, processes, budget and material resources. The task is even more...

Nursing management of people experiencing homelessness at the end of life

28 February 2018

Nursing Standard

CPD

Homelessness is a complex and multidimensional issue often involving a combination of personal vulnerability, the limitations of social housing, and inadequacies in...
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