Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Statistics, School of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK
Explaining nursing attrition through the experiences of return-to-practice students: a mixed-methods study
Simon et al (2010) undertook a study with a sample of 2119 registered nurses in a variety of departments in 16 German hospitals, and found the general considerations that swayed the decision to...
Service user and carer experiences of the advanced nurse practitioner role in a memory assessment team
Memory assessment teams are viewed as specialist diagnostic services (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, (NICE), 2019) and have an integral role in ensuring people receive a timely...
Self-management is understood to be the ability to manage one's health status by using problem solving, resource utilisation, resilience and an ability to take action on one's behalf (Lorig and...
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