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.

A qualitative study of primary healthcare professionals’ views of falls prevention

A qualitative study of primary healthcare professionals’ views of falls prevention

Falls in older people are a major cause of hospital admissions. Primary healthcare...

An evaluation of management placements for nursing students in UK general practice

An evaluation of management placements for nursing students in UK general practice

General practice is facing a shortage of nurses and it can be difficult to recruit and...

Learning from an early pilot of the Dutch Buurtzorg model of district nursing in England

Learning from an early pilot of the Dutch Buurtzorg model of district nursing in England

A central London NHS trust piloted an adapted Buurtzorg model Neighbourhood Nursing team to...

Diabetes structured education: using technology to transform care

Diabetes structured education: using technology to transform care

Type 2 diabetes structured education programmes are recommended for all newly diagnosed...

Managing cow’s milk protein allergy in primary care

Managing cow’s milk protein allergy in primary care

Allergy to cow’s milk protein represents a significant burden for babies, their families and...

Contraception implant

Using smartphone technology and social media to introduce a new pain relief method...

This article describes how a personal smartphone and an online video-sharing platform were...

Body image

Role of family support in body image satisfaction and psychological distress among...

This study explores the moderating role of family support on body image satisfaction and...

Immunisation

Why immunisation training matters

Vaccines are highly effective at reducing infectious disease and are recognised by the World...

Early detection of inherited cardiac conditions in primary care

Early detection of inherited cardiac conditions in primary care

Inherited cardiac conditions are a leading cause of sudden death in those under 40. A...

The role of asset-based approaches in community nursing

The role of asset-based approaches in community nursing

The population of the UK is changing – people are living longer and the number of people...

A community provider network model: the journey so far

A community provider network model: the journey so far

This article showcases the role and positive effects that a community education provider...

Nursing student perspectives on a quality learning environment in general practice

Nursing student perspectives on a quality learning environment in general practice

General practice continues to increase in use as a placement area for nursing students in...

Palliative and end of life care in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis is a life-limiting interstitial lung disease. We do not know...

Working together to achieve better outcomes for patients with heart failure

The prevalence of long-term health conditions is increasing as the population ages...

A qualitative systematic review of the factors that influence prescribing decisions by...

This article aims to understand the factors that influence nurse independent prescribers’...

Diabesity prevention programme in primary care

‘Diabesity’, a term that combines diabetes and obesity, is the new epidemic in healthcare...

Health service factors that affect adherence to tuberculosis treatment in Ghana

Most of the global cases of tuberculosis (TB) are found in Asia and Africa. This is largely...

The barriers to healthcare encountered by single homeless people

Homelessness is complex and has implications for every part of a homeless person’s life...

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