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Clinical assessment and management of a child with bronchiolitis

04 October 2012

Nursing Children and Young People

CPD

Children’s nurses frequently encounter children who have bronchiolitis and the severity of the illness can vary from mild to severe. This article is designed to...

Inspiring a generation

11 September 2013

Nursing Standard

Careers

My family was not surprised when I announced that I was going to be a nurse. I have always wanted to help people, so having completed my children’s nurse training, I...

Experiences of LGBT parents when accessing healthcare for their children: a literature review

04 January 2021

Nursing Children and Young People

Family-centred care

There are increasing numbers of parents who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT), but there is little research on the experiences of LGBT...

Practising cultural humility to promote person and family-centred care

17 January 2022

Nursing Standard

equality and diversity

The concept of cultural humility in nursing involves an awareness of diversity and how an individual’s culture can affect their health behaviours. Nurses can use...

Effect of technology on undertaking nursing observations

16 September 2015

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

It is recognised that there is a shared responsibility for ensuring nursing students are competent to carry out and interpret manual nursing observations in...

Non-biological lesbian mothers’ experiences of accessing healthcare for their children

27 January 2020

Nursing Children and Young People

research

Background Lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) parents may have negative experiences when accessing healthcare for their children as a result of homophobia,...

Clinical assessment and management of children with bronchiolitis

24 January 2022

Nursing Children and Young People

Respiratory infections

Bronchiolitis is a common seasonal viral illness in babies and children aged under two years. Its significance has increased in the light of a predicted surge in...