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Factors influencing family involvement in the care of children in hospital were explored in a survey of 243 inpatients in two hospitals. Eighty-five per cent of the children were receiving some or… (More)
BACKGROUND Whilst there is evidence in the literature to support the continuation of a children's nursing qualification, the distinction between generalist and specialist nursing is insufficiently… (More)
Management of hypertension requires a thorough knowledge of currently available antihypertensive drugs. This article reviews the mode of action of the major classes of antihypertensives, indications… (More)
THE EVIDENCE base for practice is much more than just research, children's nurses were reminded at an international conference on evidence-based child health nursing last week.
OBJECTIVES: To promote family-centered care and strengthen the process of informed consent it is essential that parents have access to information on the problems their baby may face. We have… (More)
FOCUS GROUPS for teenagers to find out what they want from health services are likely to prove a waste of time, a 14-year-old told a paediatric nursing conference.