‘The use of clinical judgement in the provision of care to enable people to improve, maintain or recover health, to cope with health problems and to achieve the best possible quality of life,...
The Ostomy Life Study 2019 consisted of a pair of retrospective, self-reported surveys, conducted among people living with a stoma and stoma care nurses (Fellows et al, 2021)..
Investigating the incidence and type of sharps injuries within the nursing student population in the UK
The reported incidence of sharps injuries involving nursing students worldwide is wide ranging. A study by Cheung et al (2012) reported an incidence rate of 5.9% (n=52), while Trivedi et al (2013)...
Challenges and opportunities identified for lymphoedema services in Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic
Initial scoping of staff perceptions regarding the impact of the pandemic on services, patients and roles as well as the acceptability of study method shaped the study. Four scoping questions were...
The discussion focuses first on the questions answered by all five types of practitioner then on questions for specific groups..
Until December 2013, trastuzumab, licensed for the treatment of patients with Her2-positive early or metastatic breast cancer, was available as a powder for reconstitution before intravenous...
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