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Immunosuppression for solid organ transplantation in children

01 March 2004

Paediatric Nursing


Approximately 250 children receive kidney, liver, heart, lung and small bowel transplants every year in the United Kingdom. The success of solid organ...

Enteral nutrition in critical illness: part one

01 September 1999

Paediatric Nursing

Clinical Nutrition

Management of critically ill children must include adequate provision of nutrition. A survey by Taylor and Baker (1997) highlighted a lack of knowledge of nutrition...

Enteral nutrition in critical illness: part two

01 October 1999

Paediatric Nursing

Clinical nutrition

In a survey of nutritional practice in adult intensive care, Heyland et al (1995) found that 74 per cent of patients received enteral nutrition (EN) but optimal...

Practical approaches to seeking assent from children

26 January 2012

Nurse Researcher


Aim To describe and evaluate two approaches – a storyboard and a wordsearch – that the authors used with children aged four to 12 years to obtain assent. Background...

A multisite evaluation of readiness to transition to newly qualified nurse in a cohort of children’s nursing students

15 June 2018

Nursing Children and Young People

evidence and practice

Background The post-qualifying and preceptorship period in nursing has been well-researched, however, there is limited evidence about the immediate period before...

Using the making Visible the ImpaCT Of Research (VICTOR) questionnaire to evaluate the benefits of a fellowship programme for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals

05 October 2023

Nurse Researcher

career pathways

Background There is increasing emphasis in the UK on developing a nurse, midwife and allied health professional (NMAHP) workforce that conducts research. Training...