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How to assess pain in children and young people

11 May 2012

Emergency Nurse

Feature

Emergency nurse practitioners often experienced difficulties when attempting to assess pain in children accurately. This article refers to a case study to discuss...

Nurses’ perceptions of parental involvement in hospital care

01 June 2007

Paediatric Nursing

Research

Parental involvement is an essential element of quality of care for children in hospital. However, there is often confusion in role perception between parents and...

Family involvement: are we asking too much?

01 December 2004

Paediatric Nursing

Continuing professional development

Family involvement is a commonly used phrase within children’s nursing. Children, their families, children’s nurses, policy makers and managers all have differing...

Family involvement: are we asking too much?

01 December 2004

Paediatric Nursing

CPD

An exploration of what family-centred care means for the hospitalised child, families, children’s nurses, policy makers and managers

Caring for older people with dementia in hospital Part two: strategies

26 November 2012

Nursing Older People

A&S Science

Background Nursing students often care for patients with dementia during practice placements and the quality of their experience is important. Aim To explore adult...

Guidelines for practice

01 August 1997

Emergency Nurse

RCN A&E nursing association news

Childhood represents a life period of persistent change. Children are developing physically, psychologically and socially, and therefore demand different skills of...