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Putting it into practice

How do we put research into practice in the surgery or the hospital ward? Each week we’ll pick out a practice article and pose some topics for debate and you can pose your own questions too… 

All posts from: April 2013

How can patients be better involved in their care?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 29 Apr 2013

Jones H (2013) Any qualified provider: facilitating patient choice. Nursing Times; 109: 17/18, 22-23.

How well do universities and placements communicate?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 22 Apr 2013

Robinson S (2013) Sustaining mentorship for student nurses. Nursing Times; 109: 16, 24-25

How can we prevent patients with borderline personality disorder being seen as “just difficult”?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 15 Apr 2013

Pack S et al (2013) Management of borderline personality disorder. Nursing Times; 109: 15, 21-23.

Is workplace culture an excuse for poor care?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 8 Apr 2013

Mee S (2013) Is workplace culture an excuse for poor care? Nursing Times; 109; 13, 14-16. 

Enhanced recovery – How much can patients be involved in their care?

Posted by Fran EntwistleMon, 1 Apr 2013

Cottle S, Lewis W (2013) Patient involvement in enhanced recovery. Nursing Times; 109: 13, 24-25.