• Differences between the earth and the sky: migrant parents' views of nurse-led child health services in the UK 

      Condon, Louise; McClean, Stuart
      Migrating between countries necessitates movement and adjustment between systems of healthcare which differ in provision. Children of migrant parents use most types of healthcare services less than local children, with ...
    • ELNEC Core Module 1: Palliative Nursing Care 

      Ferrell, Betty R.; Malloy, Pam; Mazanec, Polly M.; Paice, Judith; Coyne, Patrick (2018-07-03)
      Describe the role of the nurse in providing quality palliative care for patients across the lifespan. Identify the need for collaborating with interdisciplinary team members while implementing the nursing role in palliative ...
    • ELNEC Pediatric 2018: Module 1 

      Ferrell, Betty R.; Malloy, Pam; Mazanec, Polly M.; Paice, Judith; Coyne, Patrick; Haskamp, Amy (2018-07-03)
      Principles of Hospice & Palliative Care for Children Child and family as unit of care with attention to caregiver support Adolescents and young adults have distinctive needs Attention to physical, psychological, social, ...
    • Reflections on New Clinical Nurse Specialist Transition into Practice 

      Bath, Jennifer; Lucas, Amy; Ward, Cynthia W.; Carter, Kimberly
      The purpose of this qualitative study was to identify common themes in the experience of transitioning from staff nurse to CNS. The investigators used a phenomenological approach to examine their lived experiences of ...
    • Socialization of men into nursing 

      LaRocco, Susan A.
      Background: As of 2004, there were more than 2.9 million Registered Nurses (RNs) in the United States. More than 2.4 million RNs are employed in nursing. Male nurses account for 5.7% of all nurses, up from 5.4% in ...
    • A window on the system: professional’s views and approaches to working with teenage parents evident in Serious Case Reviews in the UK 

      Bekaert, Sarah
      This analysis explores the multidisciplinary team’s work with teenage parents in Serious Case Reviews (SCR) in the UK. Across recent decades young parents in the UK have been publicly scrutinized. The feckless single mother ...

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