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.

Supporting service users to lose weight

Obesity commonly leads to long-term health problems and it is especially prevalent among...

What students, carers and children can learn from family placements

The literature on learning disability nurse education stresses the importance of nursing...

Intellectual Disability and Dementia: Research into Practice

THIS BOOK offers a fair and balanced appraisal of the evidence base on people with...

Carers’ training in the administration of emergency rescue medication

There is a higher prevalence of epilepsy in people with learning disabilities than in the...

Practising infection control: an evidence-based approach

Registered intellectual disability nurses in Ireland are required to use up-to-date...

Music and the Social Model

IN THE short preface to this book the author discusses her life as an occupational...

Safe internet access for service users

People with learning disabilities have historically been marginalised from mainstream...

Transfer of skills and knowledge to rural Malawi

Five years ago, a Canadian-Irish project called Transformative Praxis was set up to transfer...

Helping service users to take control of their health

People with learning disabilities have more health needs than the general population, but...

Person-centred care in practice to improve a client’s quality of life

As a learning disability nursing student, this article’s principle author (RW) worked with a...

How nursing students can empower professionals

With the deregulation of services, people with learning disabilities are now looked after...

An intervention for people with learning disabilities and epilepsy

Epilepsy is relatively common in people with learning disabilities, and can be complex and...

The Asperkid’s Game Plan

INTENDED FOR the parents of children with Asperger’s syndrome, this book is written...

Role of reasonable adjustments in improving care: a case study

Healthcare and other services have a legal duty to ensure that people with learning...

Learning Disabilities: Bold Visions

THIS IS the second book by the author that I have read. The first was a critique of...

Evaluating service users’ quality of life

The Maslow Assessment of Needs Scale for Learning Disabilities (MANS-LD) and the World...

Autism Breakthrough

WITH 17 chapters over almost 370 pages, this book may appear daunting. However its...

Service users’ perspectives on sex and sexuality

Background People with intellectual disabilities have the same sexual needs as the rest of...

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