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Who Says I Can’t A Guide to Living Well With COPD

23 November 2016

Nursing Standard

Book Review

This book provides an inspiring insight into what it means to live with a chronic condition.

Using humour to enhance the nurse-patient relationship

26 March 2014

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

The appropriate use of humour is a valuable asset in nursing practice. Used daily in interactions with patients, humour can help to develop the therapeutic...

Who Says I Can’t? A Guide to Living Well With COPD

28 June 2016

Primary Health Care

Book Review

An inspiring insight into what it means to live with a chronic condition. The lived experience is evident throughout, with the author describing candidly the...

Gastrointestinal care for older people

Nursing Standard

evidence & practice

This article discusses gastrointestinal (GI) healthcare in older people. It outlines the physiological changes that occur in the GI tract as a result of ageing, and...

Implementing laughter therapy to enhance the well-being of patients and nurses

11 February 2019

Nursing Standard

nurses’ well-being

Most people enjoy laughing and having fun, and this can enable individuals to socialise and bond. However, there is a difference between spontaneous laughter and...

Simulation suit aids tailored care

01 September 2011

Nursing Older People

Education

Nurses need to empathise with patients but it can be challenging to teach students these skills. They may struggle to make sense of situations and events unless they...

How to make care champions

01 March 2010

Nursing Older People

Feature

This article provides an overview of how second-year, adult branch nursing students at De Montfort University, Leicester, were trained as older people’s champions to...

Starring role

16 March 2005

Nursing Standard

Careers

UNLIKE MOST universities and colleges, employers judge the suitability of applicants by interview. Part of the lecturer’s role, therefo re, should be to introduce...

Service user involvement in nurse education

29 January 2014

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Service user involvement is now recognised as an integral component of nurse education. This article describes the involvement of one service user, who experienced a...