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Frailty and dementia need to be viewed in a more holistic way. This article proposes that a ‘resilience measure’ is needed to complement the cumulative deficit model
All nurses should re-examine the concept of advanced and advancing practice and help to determine the future of their practice and profession
The advanced nurse practitioner role should be re-examined to ensure it advances nursing skills rather than plugging gaps created by a shortage of doctors
The second of two articles discussing humanising care proposes that this kind of human-centred care should form a key part of nurse education. Humanising care, part 2 of 2. Download a print-friendly PDF file of this article here
Humanising nursing care: a theoretical modelSubscription
The first in a series of two articles about humanising care explores a theoretical framework based on eight aspects of what it is to be human. Humanising care, part 1 of 2.
Patients benefit from a holistic assessment of their needs. Nursing models help to promote this and also encourage nurses to take a systematic approach
Despite having fallen out of favour, nursing models may incorporate fundamental concepts, values and beliefs about contemporary nursing. It is time to revisit them