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Who chooses to be a nurse, and why?

01 February 2014

Learning Disability Practice

Art & Science

Over the past 30 years, as the type and number of healthcare services have changed, the role of the learning disability nurse has evolved. The numbers of learning...

Staff relationships in multidisciplinary teams

10 May 2012

Mental Health Practice

Feature

Modern child and adolescent mental health services need better interdisciplinary understanding and awareness of possible interactional patterns, and this should be...

Who am I and what am I doing? Becoming a qualitative research interviewer

01 April 2010

Nurse Researcher

General

Qualitative research can be influenced by the researcher’s role in the study. Here, the authors propose reflexive methodologies as a means by which the processes...

Exploring the development and identity of advanced practice nursing in the UK

Nursing Management

evidence & practice

The development of advanced nurse practice in the UK has been slow compared to some parts of the world. This article explores the history of advanced level nursing,...
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