Lauren Griffiths

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AIM This paper reports a study that explored birth and death care experiences from the perspectives of midwives and palliative care clinical nurse specialists (CNSs). METHODS A grounded theory approach illuminated the social processes associated with caring during birth and death. Data was collected during 2011 through in-depth semi-structured interviews(More)
AIM The aim of the study was to evaluate the 'Back to the floor Friday' (BtfF) initiative, whereby senior nurses returned to the floor, in particular its impact on patient experience and patient care. BACKGROUND Propositions were that improvements would result from strengthened visible clinical leadership through monitoring standards, supporting staff,(More)
AIM This paper is a report of a study to explore the nature of military nursing in an environment of war, in particular the union of personal, professional and organizational tenets and to identify the actual or potential effect this had on the nursing role in this unique environment. BACKGROUND The history of nursing is intrinsically linked with war.(More)
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