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Nursing staff confidence and knowledge when caring for people with self-harm injuries: a service improvement study

The aim of this service improvement project was to assess the current knowledge and confidence of the ED nurses and HCAs in a district general hospital when caring for patients who self-harm at...

Service improvement in a nurse-led clinic for extracorporeal photopheresis

ECP is a leukapheresis-based form of cellular immunotherapy that is used to treat a variety of T-cell mediated diseases including cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL) and both acute and chronic...

Self-harm presentations in emergency departments: staff attitudes and triage

Self-harm is a deliberately caused injury or poisoning, usually viewed regardless of stimulus, which may or may not include suicidal intent (Hawton et al, 2003; Clements et al, 2016; NICE, 2018). It...

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