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The value of nurse mentoring relationships: Lessons learnt from a work‐based resilience enhancement programme for nurses working in the forensic setting
This study aimed to evaluate a mento ring programme embedded in a work-based personal resilience enhancement intervention for forensic nurses. This qualitative study formed part of a wider mixed-methods study that aimed ...
The influence of perceived accessibility and expertise of healthcare professionals, and service austerity, on mothers' decision-making
Mothers often make key decisions regarding their children's health. They hold core beliefs and attitudes towards healthcare providers, relying on healthcare services to provide sup-port, advice and reassurance. It is crucial ...
The implementation and evaluation of a resilience enhancement programme for nurses working in the forensic setting
This study aimed to implement and evaluate a work-based personal resilience enhancement intervention for forensic nurses. A mixed methods design consisting of surveys, interviews, and a case study approach, whereby the ...
Nursing Resilience Interventions - A way forward in challenging healthcare territories
Resilience in nursing must be viewed and acknowledged as a dynamic, fluid process that requires continuous nurturing and commitment, as well as adaptability and flexibility in the face of changing professional and personal ...