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Nursing knowledge in integrated care

14 July 2004

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Nursing finds itself in evolving health and social care systems that will radically change the delivery of care and require new knowledge and ways of knowing....

Developing nursing knowledge and language

04 September 1996

Nursing Standard

Nursing education

Caring is fundamental to nursing (Watson 1988) but it has proved difficult to define its nature clearly. Consequently, it is also difficult to teach.

Therapeutic interaction and mental health nursing

29 July 1998

Nursing Standard

Mental health nursing

In a recent spot check on 309 mental health units across England and Wales, observers found very little interaction between nurses and patients (Sainsbury...

Implementing a nursing model for ward-based students

09 October 1996

Nursing Standard

Education

The inclusion of nursing models in nursing curricula is part of a larger change in the approach to nurse education which is linked to nursing's apparent desire for...

Exploring the legitimacy of intuition as a form of nursing knowledge

10 June 2009

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

This article discusses intuition as a legitimate form of knowledge rather than solely as an expert trait. It also describes the possibility of interdisciplinary...

The Tidal Model: the questions answered

01 May 2002

Mental Health Practice

CPD

Aims and intended learning outcomes This article aims to raise the reader’s awareness of a new nursing model, the Tidal Model (Barker 2000), that emphasises...

Nursing theory: its importance to practice

30 July 2003

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Background Nursing theory should provide the principles that underpin practice and help to generate further nursing knowledge. However, a lack of agreement in the...

Cross-boundary rotational working for neonatal nurses

01 May 2007

Paediatric Nursing

Management

Neonatal services in England and Wales are undergoing significant changes as a result of technological advances as well as the development of new networks. These...

Cross-boundary rotational working for neonatal nurses

05 May 2007

Paediatric Nursing

Management

Neonatal services in England and Wales are undergoing significant changes as a result of technological advances as well as the development of new networks. These...

Role of the nurse in identifying and addressing health inequalities

21 March 2019

Nursing Standard

Health promotion

This article aims to improve nurses’ knowledge and understanding of health inequalities. Health inequalities are responsible for variation in health outcomes...