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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 ...
A nationwide initiative to increase nursing and midwifery research leadership: overview of year one programme development, implementation and evaluation
Aims and objectives To report on the development, implementation and evaluation of the first year of the National Institute for Health Research 70@70 Senior Nurse Research Leader Programme. Background Internationally, ...
Acute mental health nurses’ experience of forcibly touching service users during physical restraint
Mental health nurses use forcible touch during physical restraint. Little research considers nurses’ experiences and the meanings they give to forcible touch. This study investigated nurses’ lived experiences of forcibly ...
‘Coaching and Peer Assisted Learning’ (C‐PAL) ‐The mental health nursing student experience: A qualitative evaluation
Introduction: This paper presents findings from a study that evaluated mental health nursing students’ experience of a team mentoring model called Coaching and Peer Assisted Learning (C‐PAL). At present there are no ...