(ISSN: 1367-6539, 1468-9618)
Table of Contents
2016 - 19 (2)
- EBN Resources page.
- The expert patient.
- Advance care planning in an acute care world.
- What is grounded theory?
- Nurse-led early discharge planning for chronic disease reduces hospital readmission rates and all-cause mortality.
- An elastic band exercise programme improves functional fitness in older adults.
- How experienced intensive care nurses communicate with families about shift to end-of-life care.
- Intermittent pneumatic compression is effective in reducing proximal DVT.
- Handwashing and nail clipping reduce risk of intestinal parasite infection in school-age children.
- Women find safety planning more useful than referrals in a maternal and child health IPV intervention.
- Parents' preferences on pain treatment, even when faced with medication dilemmas, influence their decisions to administer opioids in children.
- Provision of preoperative and postoperative information increases the likelihood a person will be fully prepared for home recovery.
- Culturally and linguistically diverse healthcare students can find integration into clinical placements.
- A third of midwives who have experienced traumatic perinatal events have symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
- What 'a good death' means for bereaved family carers.
- Familiarity and understanding of patients' religiosity and faith influence the level of comfort nurses and care workers feel when providing care.
- Simulation versus lecture? Measuring educational impact: considerations for best practice.
- Fever during pregnancy linked to child motor development.
- Support for presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation if it is a child or relative, though views differ by gender.
- Language barriers may put patients at risk during daily hospital care.
- Suffering in silence: the core theme for older parents of adult children with cancer.
- Chewing gum after caesarean section stimulates the gastrointestinal system.