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In-hospital end-of-life care: an appreciative analysis of bereaved family feedback

In July 2020, a hospital-based specialist nurse for bereavement (JJ) commenced a log of informal feedback, voluntarily provided by a relative of a deceased person during a routine telephone...

Development of online cancer resources to support pre-registration nurses and allied health professionals

Following review of existing e-learning resources, a programme called Cancer Nursing Careers was identified on the HEE e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) platform. Cancer Nursing Careers consists of...

Getting wound care right: evaluation of a week of intensive teaching on wound care for undergraduate nursing students

It is widely recognised that wound care spans not only the life course of the population, but also the health and social care settings in which people may live, work and access. With rising numbers of...

A multicentre, observational evaluation of the product characteristics of two absorbent foam dressings

The skin or integumentary system is the largest organ in the body and comprises intricate and complex tissue that acts as a protective barrier between internal organs and the external environment....

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