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Perceptions of near virtual autopsies
What next for advanced practitioners?
(M. A. Healthcare, 2010)
Pressure ulcers in Jordan: A point prevalence study.
(Journal of Tissue Viability, 2010)
Risk assessment scales are widely used to measure the risk of pressure ulcers in the clinical area. They have been subject to many validation studies; however these have focused on the predictive ability of the scales. We ...
An evaluation of routine specialist palliative care for patients on the Liverpool Care Pathway
Introduction: This report describes a service evaluation of the 'added value' of routine specialist palliative care team (SPCT) involvement with patients on the Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (LCP). Methods: ...
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 ...
Maximising graduate status in pre-registration nursing programmes: Utilising problem based learning
This paper debates the use of problem based learning in accelerated pre-registration nursing programmes that are specifically designed for candidates with ‘graduate status’. We discuss the benefits of using problem based ...
Making a difference in dementia education: developing a consistent and inclusive approach for all
(Journal of Dementia Care, 2014)
An exploration of infant feeding experiences of women in Lincolnshire in the early postnatal period
(University of Nottingham, 2012-12)
Executive Summary Breastfeeding initiation and maintenance rates within Lincolnshire remain lower than the average for the East Midlands and England. Rates of initiation of breastfeeding at birth in 2010/2011 were 72% ...