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Managing conversations with patients about death and dying

‘At death you break up: the bits that were you Start speeding away from each other for ever With no one to see.’ .

Developing and nurturing a community practice clinical network for community children's nurses in Wales

‘The need for children's community nurses and the provision of professional networks to underpin these must be central to the development of the health organisation Community Nursing Strategies.’.

The relationship between effective transition models and the optimal management of patient care

It is estimated that approximately 60% of the nursing workforce consists of NQNs (Whitehead et al, 2013). The Department of Health (DH) referred to a ‘newly registered practitioner’ as a ‘nurse,...

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