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Transforming ourselves

01 September 1997

Nursing Management

General artical

The under performance of nursing as a profession does matter. It matters to current patients and their relatives and to all potential users of health care, not just...

Under the thumb

01 January 1998

Nursing Management

Under the thumb

Each organisation has its own unique culture of shared beliefs, practices, atmosphere and history. The physical and social environment, language and actual behaviour...

Nurses and nurse practitioners 1: priorities in care

03 March 1999

Nursing Standard

Art & science research

Nurses and nurse practitioners part 2: perspectives on cane

10 March 1999

Nursing Standard

Arts & Science

The recent growth of the nurse practitioner (NP) movement has coincided with rising interest in the area of professional development. Nurse practitioners have been...

Moving branches

31 March 1999

Nursing Standard


THE PROJECT 2000 initiative led to a number of radical changes in the educational preregistration programmes. Nurses now qualify with a higher education diploma in...

Putting the debate on nursing language in context Putting the debate on nursing language in context

22 September 1999

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

THE RATHER personalised debate over nursing language between June Clark and Liam Clarke in Nursing Standard recently is curious, in that neither of these...

The trouble with specialised language for nursing

29 September 1999

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

I DO NOT BELIEVE that an international language (Clark 1999a) can take account of what nursing is in practical terms. To nurse someone is to enter into a...

Nursing stereotypes

28 July 1999

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Alan Cunningham describes how common stereotypes have an influence on nursing, both within and outside the profession.

Appointing a continence consultant nurse

04 October 2000

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

This article describes the process of appointing a consultant nurse for the promotion of continence and management and treatment of incontinence in Cornwall...

A language for nursing: furthering the debate

08 December 1999

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Continuing the debate on language for nursing, Paul Crawford and Brian Brown argue that merely having a common sense understanding of language is inadequate
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