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.

Computer networks in the NHS and academic sector

This survey compares the use of computer networks in NHS trusts and academic...

Nurse practitioners: the role in A&E and primary care

This article describes a recent evaluation of the work of nurse practitioners...

Co-ordinated care for women with postnatal depression

In many cases, postnatal depression is not identified or treated early enough,...

The dynamics of rumours in the clinical setting

In this article the social and psychological aspects of rumours are considered. The...

Research, Innovation and Practice: The role of the World Wide Web Introduction

It is dangerous to predict the future but I feel safe in stating that the Internet...

Attitudes to Project 2000: a survey of qualified nurses

This article describes a survey which established a link between qualified nursing...

Methods of wound assessment documentation: a study

This study investigated whether relevant parameters of wound assessment are...

Computers in Teaching Initiative - Centre for Nursing and Midwifery

The Computers in Teaching Initiative (CTI) started in 1984. In those early days,...

Introducing change to the post-anaesthetic care unit

Parental presence in the post-operative care unit (PACU) is an under-reported and...

Observing and describing nursing interactions

This article describes the development of a programme to collect qualitative data...

Measuring and recording blood pressure

Aim and intended learning outcomes

The aim of this article is to review the...

Using qualitative research methods in nursing

This paper explores the problems and dilemmas encountered while conducting a...

An evaluation of mechanical aids used within the NHS

This paper describes Phase III of the study of mechanical aids used within the NHS...

A study into clients’ attitudes towards mechanical aids

In the second article of three (the first appeared in last week’s issue), the...

A study of nurses’ attitudes towards mechanical aids

Publication of the Manual Handling Operations Regulations (HSE 1992) focused...

The role of the specialist for families with autistic children

This research article looks at the present and future needs of a group of children...

Can a mental health nurse be a nurse practitioner?

This paper is part of a larger study examining the role of the nurse practitioner...

Asthma control and morbidity: a comparison of inhaler devices

This study assessed the difference in efficacy and patient morbidity when asthma...

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