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Perceived language proficiency and pain assessment by registered and student nurses in native English-speaking and EAL children aged 4-7 years.(Wiley, 2018-03)To identify the factors that influence decisions made by health professionals when assessing the pain of native English speaking and children whose English is an additional language.
(Royal Society of Medicine, 2018-08)The aim of this paper was to consider the available evidence for the current management of pelvic organ prolapse, which is a common presentation in primary care. However, not all women will present, only presenting when ...
Implementation of paediatric pain care-bundle across South-West England clinical network of Emergency Departments and Minor Injury Units: A before and after study.(Elsevier, 2018-10-29)Pain management in children is often poorly executed in Emergency Departments and Minor Injury Units. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of a care bundle comprising targeted education on pain score documentation ...
Top ten concerns burdening people with cancer: Perceptions of patients with cancer and the nurses caring for them.(Elsevier, 2018-04)We examined the concerns that nurses perceive patients to have, whether these are congruent with patients' concerns and whether they vary according to cancer site. We also examined Distress Thermometer scores according to ...