Clinical

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.

Nursing supervision: challenges and opportunities for success

Supervision is an important resource for nursing and there is an extensive evidence base to...

‘The doctors said I would be a “cabbage”, unable to walk or talk’

At 19 Jonathan Beebee confounded doctors by making a full recovery after a violent...

Better access to cancer screening

This article reports on a Queen’s Nursing Institute funded project that ran in 2015. The...

Factors that influence nurses’ decisions about secluding people with learning...

Seclusion has been found to be used disproportionately in the learning disability population...

People with intellectual disabilities moving into adulthood

People with an intellectual disability who aspire to further education, and who seek...

How nurses grieve for children who die in their care

Background The personal grief of nurses who care for the palliative needs of children with...

Supporting students to care for people with learning disabilities

NHS Education for Scotland is working with higher education institutions and other partners...

Evaluation of an ‘understanding and managing feelings group’

This article describes the evaluation of a group intervention designed to promote the...

Successful transfers to out-of-area placements

The Winterbourne View inquiry highlighted issues about people with learning disabilities who...

Applying ethical principles to restraint practice

There are about 1.14 million people in the UK who have a learning disability, of whom more...

Attitudes of nursing students towards people with disabilities

Aim To examine whether there is a relationship between the temperament and character of...

Assessments for dementia in people with learning disabilities

Objectives A learning disabilities’ dementia battery was developed to assess cognitive...

Managing hearing loss in primary care

Aim To improve access to, and aftercare from, audiology services for people with learning...

How service users are supported to understand their epilepsy

Epilepsy is a serious medical condition that can have profound psychosocial effects. These...

Implementing high-quality care for people with complex needs

The demand for quality in health care has never been higher. With growing numbers of people...

Training for staff who care for clients with dementia

Introduction People with learning disabilities are more likely to develop dementia of the...

Experiences of acute hospital services among people with mild to moderate learning...

There is a wealth of literature on access to health care for the general population, but...

Improving annual health checks for service users

This article describes a one-year Commission for Quality and Innovation project in two...

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