Opinion, analysis and debate
All professionals must make critical choices about what information they use to inform their practice. This is true of me as a librarian, and even more so of health professionals such as nurses.
Cannabinoids can reduce seizures in some people with severe, drug-resistant epilepsy, but they increase the risk of adverse events, according to a review summarised by an NIHR Signal
The peculiar term ‘cultural cringe’ describes an internalised inferiority complex that causes people to dismiss their own culture.
Since the research teams at Mid Essex Hospital Services Trust were merged in 2013, patient participation in studies has more than doubled. This initiative won the Clinical Research Nursing category in the 2017 Nursing Times Awards
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How can student nurses, newly qualified nurses and health and social care professionals make a difference, ruminates student nurse Leanne
A former critical care nurse conducted a project to reduce the wastage of red blood cell units and promote single-unit transfusions. This article comes with a handout for a journal club discussion
Establishing a mental health clinic at a GP practice improved access to treatment. This initiative won the awards for Nursing in Mental Health and Nurse of the Year in the 2016 Nursing Times Awards
Professionals from a wide range of clinical settings collaborated in a nurse-led project to develop pathways and incentives for improving the care of patients with acute kidney injury
A writing group in a nursing home in Scotland shows that residents with dementia can be empowered to express themselves and staff enticed to be creative in their approach to care
People who know me will know I’ve spent a great deal of my career talking about evidence-based practice and developing cultures in which turning knowledge into action is easy.