Our clinical nursing articles aim to inform and educate nurse practitioners and students. This is achieved through the publication of peer-reviewed, evidence-based, relevant and topical articles.

Expanding the emergency nurse role to meet demand: nurse and physician perspectives

Attitudes towards an expanded role for registered nurses in the emergency department

Analysing ambulance data to ascertain the prevalence and demographics of individuals...

Service evaluation data collected by the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) NHS Trust

Management of cardiac arrest following blunt trauma

A critical evaluation of resuscitative thoracotomy

Medicine wastage in a thromboprophylaxis protocol for ambulatory trauma patients

Investigating the waste and cost with suggestions for changing dispensing practice

Treating buckle fractures in children with a soft cast and home removal

A quality improvement initiative introduced by advanced nurse practitioners

Exploring patients and family members’ experiences of care in the emergency department

An investigation of patients and family members’ experiences of care in one ED in Iran

Optimising the conservative management of closed tendinous mallet finger injury

Understand the different splints used and read the latest evidence on immobilisation methods...

The provision of emergency healthcare for women who experience intimate partner...

Strategies to address knowledge deficits and negative attitudes

Exploring medicines reconciliation in the emergency assessment unit: staff perceptions...

Staff perspectives on the time patients wait for their medicines to be prescribed

Managing the needs of frequent attenders of urgent care services

A case management approach of a new frequent service user manager service

Barriers to effective nurse-patient communication in the emergency department

Identifying what emergency nurses perceive as barriers to nurse-patient communication

Charcot’s foot: a clinical update for emergency nurses

Emergency nurses in the UK have an important role in recognising patients with this condition

Rhabdomyolysis: a case-based critical reflection on its causes and diagnosis

Rhabdomyolysis is a complex condition that can have traumatic and non-traumatic causes

Trauma-informed care for people presenting to the ED with mental health issues

EDs can be challenging environments for people experiencing mental health issues

Assessment and treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis in the emergency department

Healthcare staff have a vital role in the assessment and treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis

Exploring the common prescribing errors that occur in the emergency department

Identifying common prescribing errors in one large inner-city ED in South Wales

Using problem-based learning to improve patient safety in the emergency department

Two elements are vital to patient safety in emergency care – work culture and staff training

Recognition and management of autonomic dysreflexia in patients with spinal cord injury

It is important that ENs are aware of the symptoms and management of autonomic dysreflexia