Category list : Compassion
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Qualifying as an registered nurse (adult) in 2001, I’ve always loved nursing. Everyone has a story, a reason why they became a nurse; this story is about why I became a nurse leader.
This article, the last in a six-part series on the lifecycle of a research project, looks at what makes research more likely to influence policymaking and bring about change
This article, the fifth in a six-part series on the lifecycle of a research project, looks at how the outcomes of a research project can be used by a director of nursing to shape practice
This article, the fourth in a series on the lifecycle of a research project, looks at the various ways in which the findings of a single study can help change practice
This article, the third in a series on the lifecycle of a research project, explains how to read research results using the Creating Learning Environments for Compassionate Care study as an example
A senior nurse has been recognised by hospital inspectors for going above and beyond her call of duty to help a young patient regain her confidence after falling off a horse, as they rated her trust as “outstanding”.
This article introduces a series that follows the lifecycle of a research project, with the aim of explaining how large research studies happen and how they may influence practice
This article, the second in a series on the lifecycle of a research project, explains the design and planning of the Creating Learning Environments for Compassionate Care (CLECC) study
Heart patients need “kindness” from nurses and other healthcare professionals, as much as they need medical intervention, a study has found.
At University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust, interactions between staff and patients have been observed to assess compassion and ultimately improve care