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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...

Cross-boundary rotational working for neonatal nurses

05 May 2007

Paediatric Nursing


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...

Interprofessional shared governance and relationship-based care: implementation and lessons learned

20 August 2019

Nursing Management


Shared decision-making has become a hot topic in healthcare. This article describes a step-by-step, ‘how-to’ approach to implementation of an interprofessional...

Applying the principles of health promotion in nursing practice

21 February 2022

Nursing Standard

health promotion

Health promotion is a relatively new concept that is grounded in the definition of health proposed in 1946 by the World Health Organization. The thinking behind...

Nursing-sensitive indicators: a concept analysis

08 April 2021

Nursing Management

quality improvement

Nursing-sensitive indicators (NSIs) are the criteria for changes in a person’s health status that nursing care can directly affect, and they form the foundation for...

Exploring the therapeutic relationship in nursing theory and practice

27 July 2021

Mental Health Practice

therapeutic practice

The therapeutic relationship is widely regarded as central to nursing practice, yet the concept is so familiar that it is easily taken for granted. However, like any...