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Sudden infant death syndrome and baby care practices

01 December 1996

Paediatric Nursing

Clinical child care

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), also known as cot death, has been the subject of intense research and media interest over the past few years. It is the. single...

Alternatives to restraining children for clinical procedures

11 March 2014

Nursing Children and Young People

Art & Science

On children’s wards, restraint appears to be used often, rather than as a last resort, to assist the delivery of clinical procedures. The difference between...

Decision-tables for choosing commonly applied inferential statistical tests in comparative and correlation studies

22 October 2019

Nurse Researcher

evidence and practice

Background Nurse researchers are increasingly using a wide variety of inferential statistical tests. However, novice researchers might find choosing tests for their...

Open AccessOC06 – Involving parents in their child’s care – where next?

09 May 2016

Nursing Children and Young People

Supplement

Theme: Complex health care and chronic disease management. Introduction: Health policy advocates that professionals involve parents in care and care decisions, yet...

Fundamentals of estimating sample size

18 May 2016

Nurse Researcher

Quantitative research

Background Estimating sample size is an integral requirement in the planning stages of quantitative studies. However, although abundant literature is available that...

Education for asthma care: lessons from Ireland

01 September 2007

Paediatric Nursing

Education

Despite the increase in prevalence of asthma among children and the importance of appropriate professional training in asthma management, no programme of study in...

Education for asthma care: lessons from Ireland

01 September 2007

Paediatric Nursing

Education

Despite the increase in prevalence of asthma among children and the importance of appropriate professional training in asthma management, no programme of study in...