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.

Eliciting nursing knowledge from practice: the dualism of nursing

Nursing knowledge has traditionally been examined and developed through the main...

Effective dissemination strategies

Dissemination of research findings or other key messages is increasingly...

Questionnaires from the heart: national agendas and private hopes

This article reflects on issues in mental health research from the user’s...

Black on black: methodological issues for black researchers working in minority ethnic...

In this article the insider-outsider debate is used to explore the contradictions...

Insider-outsider perspectives of participant observation

Ann Bonner and Gerda Tolhurst provide personal accounts of their experiences in...

Evidence-based practice

This article provides an insight into the philosophical assumptions underpinning...

Participant observation, informed consent and ethical approval

Participant observation raises particular ethical issues in the health care context...

The vignette revisited: evil and the forensic nurse

The vignette is a valuable and flexible research tool in behavioural sciences and...

Publishing literature reviews: why, who, where, when and how?

The style of published literature reviews varies according to their content and...

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