Items where Division is "Schools > Health and Social Care > Children's Nursing" and Year is 2016

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Harris, J and Ramelet, A-S and Van Dijk, M and Pokorna, P and Wielenga, J and Tume, L and Tibboel, D and Ista, E (2016) Clinical recommendations for pain, sedation, withdrawal and delirium assessment in critically ill infants and children: an ESPNIC position statement for healthcare professionals. Intensive Care Medicine, 42 (6). 972 - 986 (15). DOI


McKeever, S (2016) Brexit: An uncertain journey. Evidence-Based Nursing, 19 (4). 97 - 98. DOI

McKeever, S and Twycross, AM and Whiting, L and Anderson, D and Anderson, D (2016) Causes of ATtrition in CHIldren’s NursinG (CATCHING) study. Project Report. Health Education England North Central and East London local office.


O'Neill, N and Mitchell, G and Twycross, AM (2016) The expert patient. Evidence Based Nursing, 19 (2). 41 - 42. DOI


Taylor, RM and Feltbower, RG and Aslam, N and Raine, R and Whelan, JS and Gibson, F (2016) Modified international e-Delphi survey to define healthcare professional competencies for working with teenagers and young adults with cancer. BMJ Open, 6 (5). DOI

Twycross, A and Smith, J (2016) Have you seen the Evidence-Based Nursing blog? Evidence-Based Nursing blogs: highlighting contemporary issues in nursing. Evidence-Based Nursing, 20 (1). pp. 29-32. DOI

Twycross, AM and Longard, J and Williams, A and Hong, P and Chorney, J (2016) Parents’ experiences of managing their child’s postoperative pain at home: an exploratory qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (17-18). pp. 2619-2628. DOI

Twycross, AM and Shorten, A (2016) Using observational research to obtain a picture of nursing practice. Evidence Based Nursing. DOI

Twycross, AM and Smith, J (2016) Perspectives on current child health issues. Evidence-Based Nursing, 19 (4). pp. 107-109. DOI

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