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Risk assessment scales for pressure ulcers: a methodological review
The development of the Glamorgan paediatric pressure ulcer risk assessment scale
(Mark Allen Group, 2007-09-01)
Are clinical information systems acceptable to critical care nurses? Some findings and a reliable and valid tool for further research
This paper presents a quantitative research investigation into the ways in which a CIS can support critical care nurses, by developing and using a reliable and valid research tool. This was then used at three sites, one ...
The development of the Glamorgan paediatric pressure ulcer risk assessment scale.
(Journal of Wound Care, 2009)
OBJECTIVE: To develop a predictive pressure ulcer risk assessment scale based on patient data. METHOD: Detailed questionnaires, based on a review of the paediatric and adult literature and discussion with paediatric nurses ...
Barriers to nursing job motivation.
(Research Journal of Biological Sciences, 2008)
Nurses are the largest professional group within hospitals. The lack of Nursing Job Motivation (NJM) has a negative effect on the health and safety of clients. There are issues in work disinterestedness and job dissatisfaction ...
Joint appointees’ experiences within a School of Nursing & Midwifery
(Mark Allen Publishing, 2008)
Clostridium difficile, ethnicity and religion.
Evaluation of the crash course: Report to Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service.
(De Montfort University, Leicester., 2009)
The original brief for this research from Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service and its partners was: - To evaluate the impact that the Crash Course has on the participants’ attitudes to safe road user behaviour; - To ...
Dissemination of issues concerning drug delivery in extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.
(Paediatric Nursing, 2008)