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Telling our stories: describing the experiences and contributions of African migrants living with HIV

The project's aim was to develop a book to showcase these experiences and shine a light on this community. The project was led by a steering group of African women who are long-standing HIV activists...

Injectable antiretroviral therapy: best practice guide for nurses providing care to people living with HIV

The key clinical evidence for long-acting CAB/RPV came from the ATLAS (Antiretroviral Therapy as Long Acting Suppression), FLAIR (First Long-Acting Injectable Regimen) and ATLAS-2M studies (Swindells...

Cardiovascular disease, medication regimens and HIV in pregnancy: new research relevant to nurses

People living with HIV have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) compared with the general population due to a combination of traditional risk factors, the HIV virus and exposure to...

Using quality improvement science to reduce healthcare-associated infections

In October 2022, a quality improvement strategy was implemented in response to an increase in the number of central lineassociated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs) at a local intensive care unit...

A mixed-methods exploration of the nursing associate role, programme experiences and future career pathways

The background to the implementation of the nursing associate (na) role that followed on from the mid-Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust public inquiry (Francis, 2013), the Cavendish Review...

Implementing a strategic plan for research

To implement and evaluate a strategic plan for research within a South West Foundation Trust..

Treatment trajectories of individuals diagnosed with rectal cancer: an interpretative phenomenological study

The aim of this study was to explore and understand the treatment trajectories of individuals diagnosed with rectal cancer spanning diagnosis to recovery..

Exploring the sustainable impacts of a clinical healthcare research scholarship programme

The quality improvement (SusQI) framework of sustainable value was used as the basis of our evaluation (Mortimer et al, 2018). This includes considerations of financial, environmental and social...

Creating lived experience simulations

The concept of narrative pedagogy originates from the tradition of learning from stories passed on from generation to generation. It is not a replacement for conventional pedagogies, but a valuable...

When does failing to obtain collateral history breach a nurse's duty of care?

Legally, individuals are not generally required to exercise care toward others unless a specific duty situation exists. However, in certain situations, called duty situations, the nature of the...

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