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This paper reports on findings from a qualitative study which explores why British and German nurses embarked on a Masters in Nursing Studies programme and their expectations from such a course. Semi structured interviews were undertaken with ten German and nine British nurses in venues across Germany and the United Kingdom, and interview transcripts… (More)
This is the second paper in a series of two that focus on causational factors that contribute to child physical punishment, injury and child physical abuse. Paper one concentrated on the extent of child physical punishment, injuries sustained and the relationship between macrotheoretical factors. It highlighted a continuum between child physical discipline,… (More)
OBJECTIVES To explore perceptions of the current practice and future potential of advanced practitioners (APs) from the perspectives of different professional groups in Wales UK. DESIGN A qualitative study consisting of nine focus group interviews. METHODS Initially verbatim transcriptions of each focus group interviews were analysed thematically before… (More)
The situation in Russia shows the long-term problems of under-funding and under-valuing healthcare staff. On a recent visit, the authors found no cohesive public health strategy, without which the people are unable to develop health conscious attitudes.
It is already two years since the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) decided that all pre-registration courses should be taught at degree level. By 2013 this policy will become reality.
AIMS This article reports on findings from a qualitative study which explored the influence of a Masters in Nursing on the professional lives of British and German nurses and its role in further professionalizing nursing. BACKGROUND A collaborative Masters programme was delivered in the United Kingdom and Germany. This provided an opportunity to study… (More)
Investment in early intervention by health visitors to support positive parent-infant relationships is a Welsh Government target. An initiative called 'Flying Start' (FS) employs health visitors to undertake intensive home visiting with families who have a new baby to promote positive family interactions. As part of this role FS health visitors utilise the… (More)