Research in practice
Does ‘hope’ help as a coping mechanism in clinical trials or give rise to misconceptions and possibly false hope?
Parent support groups have an important role for women with fetal abnormalities
Tara Kerr-Elliott’s interviews influenced a proposed study on post-death care
By sharing their views patients, families and researchers can ensure research is relevant
A literature review examines potential benefits of using high-flow nasal cannula therapy
Nursing students at the University of Leeds looked into the issue of self-harm as part their studies on the mental health of children and young people
Literature review examines experiences of children's nurses and the impact training can have
How nurses can support the parents of terminally ill children
Literature review of on family-witnessed resuscitation: an extended abstract
What are healthcare students’ perceptions on their own stress levels and coping strategies during clinical placement?
A review of randomised controlled trials in cognitive behaviours interventions
Being held still and not being informed about why a procedure was being carried out are some of the upsetting experiences children with a learning disability decribed to Greg Cigan and colleagues in this groundbreaking study. This article is part of a series of extended abstracts of research undertaken by nurses in practice