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An exploration of clinician attitudes towards older adults experiencing mental and physical health problems in the UK
(Common Ground Publishing, 2016)
It has been suggested that agism, stigma and other forms of discrimination lead to older adults with serious mental illness (SMI) being invisible in policy, practice and research. This paper explores and critically examines ...
Co-production: facilitating evidence based practice
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2018)
The role of universities in attracting male students on to pre-registration nursing programmes: An electronic survey of UK higher education institutions
The UK nursing workforce is facing a crisis. More nurses are leaving than entering the profession, and there are tens of thousands of unfilled vacancies. Political factors are having a significant impact on numbers, in ...
Evaluating a train-the-trainer educational intervention to raise standards of care, within the nursing home sector in the United Kingdom
Objective: As a response to service needs and project development by the East Midlands Health Innovation Education Cluster, now the Health Education East Midlands, an education programme intervention was developed to raise ...
An exploration of why qualified mental health nurse prescribers do not prescribe
(MAG Open, 2019-02-05)
This article is an exploratory study of perceptions in mental health nurses who are qualified to prescribe yet choose not to do so. In-depth semi-structured face-to-face interviews, field notes and analysis of documents ...