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Evaluation of the DAISY (Diseases Attacking the Immune SYstem) Award for recognising excellence in nursing

Data were analysed using framework analysis, which is a structured method of analysis conducted over five stages: familiarisation, indexing, charting, mapping and interpretation (Ritchie and Spencer,...

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...

Attracting and retaining nurses through a clinical fellowship programme

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust is the largest employer in Wolverhampton, employing around 9000 staff and is an NHS acute and community provider in the West Midlands, with more than 850 beds on the...

Menopause and the NHS: caring for and retaining the older workforce

Menopause is a normal part of the ageing process and refers to the point in time when menstruation has ceased for 12 consecutive months. Menopause occurs naturally in women between the ages of 45 and...

Has anyone seen the student? Creating a welcoming practice environment for students

Timely notification of a student being allocated to a placement is essential so the clinical area can prepare for their arrival. Once the name and year of study of the student are known, who will...

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