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Interventions and strategies aimed at clinical academic pathway development for nurses in the United Kingdom: A systematised review of the literature
Aims and objectives To review interventions and strategies designed to progress UK clinical academic career pathways in nursing and identify barriers and facilitators to aid wider implementation. Background For over a ...
The Development of Guidance for Responding to Disclosure of Non‐recent Child Sexual Abuse within a Large Provider of Health Services for Adults and Children
In a large community health organisation, following high-proile cases of non-recent(historical) child sexual abuse, there was an increase in such disclosures and in uncertainties voiced by clinicians, both medical and ...
Recommendations for improving follow-up care for patients with mesothelioma: a qualitative study comprising documentary analysis, interviews and consultation meetings
Objectives The study aim was to explore experiences of patients with pleural mesothelioma of follow-up care in three National Health Service (NHS) Trusts to develop recommendations for practice. Design The study design ...
Global perspectives on under‐funding for Clinical Research Training Fellowships in Nursing
The impact of nursing research is well described in the literature and nurses have a long‐standing track record in delivering high‐quality clinical research that adds value and improves patient care and outcomes (Ferguson ...