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Nurse education has long been plagued by a perceived disjuncture between theory and practice. This paper explores the use of reflection as a mechanism to enable students of nursing to overcome this… (More)
Those responsible for the education of nurses are well aware of the need to reconcile the art and science of nursing so that future practitioners can be prepared to offer a humanistic and… (More)
This exploration of the literature is in two parts and follows the progress of Healing Touch from a personal perspective. Part one explores Therapeutic Touch and offers a review of current research.… (More)
This document provides a review of previous IAB statements on Internet transparency, as well a discussion of new transparency issues. Far from having lessened in relevance, technical implications of… (More)
Regarding your story 'Research reveals link between 12-hour shifts and sickness absence' (news, 12 April), I think you're more likely to be sick working ten short shifts in a row.
Following on from part one published in the previous issue, research on Healing Touch will be now be reviewed and applied to current nursing theory to support this exciting holistic modality.