Carmel Doyle

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The first teaching hospital for sick children in Great Britain and Ireland opened in Dublin in 1821. From then, the development of sick children's nursing in Ireland followed a similar path to that in many other countries until a national report in 2000 recognised that post-registration pathways alone were unlikely to meet future health service needs for(More)
A children's nurse in the Republic of Ireland describes her experience working with children with complex needs in their homes, the preferred setting for their care. The varied duties involved in meeting essential, often complicated, requirements and gradually improving the quality of life of child and family are explored using Peplau's model of care.(More)
  • Carmel Doyle
  • Journal for specialists in pediatric nursing…
  • 2006
PURPOSE To explore the continuing professional education (CPE) of pediatric nurses in Ireland and establish if and in what ways pediatric nurses are taking part in CPE as well as factors that might assist or hinder pediatric nurses in undertaking CPE. DESIGN AND METHODS A stratified random sample of 205 registered children's nurses (RCNs) completed a(More)
PURPOSE The purpose of this project was to gather parents' expertise to inform an educational leaflet for parents to share with professionals caring for children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22q11.2 DS). DESIGN AND METHODS A mixed-method design was adopted. Data were collected by one focus group interview (n = 8) and questionnaires with 92 other(More)
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