Category list : Person-centred care
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Nursing theories 1: person-centred careSubscription
This article is a bite-size summary of the concept of person-centred care. It is the first article in a six-part series on nursing theories and their implications for practice
A Westminster-based domiciliary care service has been rated as “inadequate” by inspectors and placed in special measures, after failing to address key care and safety concerns.
Improving student nurse skills with simulationSubscription
Student nurses at the University of Bradford experienced the responsibilities of qualified nurses through simulation of challenging clinical situations
Helen Croft shares her enthusiasm for patient profiles as an alternative to standard care planning activity to increase service users’ engagement with their care
An NHS trust has developed a tool to assess wellbeing in older people with mental health issues, enabling staff to detect and record individual needs
'Nursing isn't just about saving lives'Subscription
In her first blog, adult branch student editor Lucy Williams discusses how one placement has changed her career path for the better
Technology is now weaving its way into most clinical areas, says Jessica Ross, who warns against potential negative consequences for patients
'I had to witness the 6Cs in action for myself'Subscription
The recent media coverage surrounding the ‘failings’ of nursing was at the forefront of my mind before I commenced my first placement as a student nurse.
Death is a part of life. However I have found people shy away from it. Indeed they seem to actively ignore and try not to think about it.
As a first year student, I felt overwhelmed when my lecturer told our cohort that we needed to complete a summative portfolio for submission at every stage of our training