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Post Mortem Computed Tomography: An innovative tool for teaching anatomy within pre-registration nursing curricula
Background There is significant change throughout the world regarding Post Mortem Computed Tomography (PMCT) as an adjunct or a replacement to the traditional invasive autopsy. Of interest, is the ability to demonstrate ...
Religious attitudes to death: What every pathologist needs to know.
Successful partnerships with third sector organisations to enhance the student experience: A partnership evaluation
There is limited research surrounding academic partnerships and more research is needed to educate universities, and the private, public and third sectors about the benefits and limitations of such partnerships. The aim ...
Developments in custody nursing.
A nurse in the witness box