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Understanding effective nurse leadership styles during the COVID-19 pandemic

22 April 2021

Nursing Standard

leadership

Leadership is central to effective nursing practice and is considered to be particularly important during crises such as the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)...

What the COVID-19 pandemic tells us about the need to develop resilience in the nursing workforce

13 May 2020

Nursing Management

COVID-19

Most research on resilience in healthcare systems such as the NHS is based on organisational crises, such as nurse shortages, an ageing workforce and financial...

Applying public health theory to practice in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

09 November 2021

Primary Health Care

public health messaging

Public health has a long history and a contested meaning. Furthermore, public health operates in a social context and its messages may be rejected by the public....

Effective nurse leadership in times of crisis

16 June 2020

Nursing Management

leadership

The emergence of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has meant that nurse leaders need to respond rapidly and decisively to the demands and challenges of a pandemic...

Evaluating the written information about COVID-19 provided to people with learning disabilities

24 February 2022

Learning Disability Practice

evidence and practice

Evidence shows that people with learning disabilities are at higher risk of contracting and dying from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) than the general...

Exploring nursing students’ experiences as paid employees during the COVID-19 pandemic

25 January 2022

Mental Health Practice

Service evaluation

Offering nursing students an opportunity to undertake paid roles during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic supported the NHS workforce significantly at...

COVID-19 and diabetes: onset and challenges in management

11 May 2022

Primary Health Care

evidence and practice

It has been recognised that coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) can potentially trigger the development of type 1 diabetes. Research has also found that pre-existing...

Effects of social isolation and restrictions on older people during the COVID-19 pandemic

18 May 2022

Nursing Older People

evidence and practice

Background Older people’s health is vulnerable to the effects of long-term changes to everyday life and their recovery from ill health can be delayed by the...

Supporting nurses’ recovery during and following the COVID-19 pandemic

15 February 2021

Nursing Standard

nurses’ well-being

Research suggests that working during traumatic events can lead to deteriorating physical and mental health for nurses, a phenomenon that has been demonstrated...

Role of emotional intelligence in effective nurse leadership

13 September 2021

Nursing Standard

leadership

Emotionally intelligent leaders demonstrate a sensitivity to their own and other people’s psychological health and well-being, directing others towards common goals...