Lesley Whyte

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This study investigated nurses' and midwives' knowledge of the Code of Professional Conduct (UKCC 1992). Knowledge was assumed to be dependent on practitioners' abilities to identify correctly authentic statements and to discriminate against statements which were constructed as distracters. Generally, there was a relatively high mean of correct(More)
This article describes how a working group examined ways to overcome difficulties with applying research findings to clinical practice. The group developed a ward-based distance learning package to assist in developing staff skills and ultimately enhance patient health care. The package has implications for all registered nurses in all nursing contexts.
Successful implementation of any role development relies on strong partnership working between employers, managers, education providers and clinicians in the short and longer term to ensure sustainability. Drawing on the experience of NHS Education for Scotland (NES), this article highlights how one national organisation has supported role development. The(More)
In 1995, Rampton Hospital was designated as the national centre for people with learning disabilities requiring secure care. Since then, the nursing research unit at Rampton Hospital has examined quality of care and patient satisfaction with some of this client group (Fisher 1994, Robinson 1996, Robinson and Reed 1996). This article reports the findings of(More)
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