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Catheters at home: managing urinary catheters in the home environment

In their literature review, Waskiewicz et la (2019) found that there were four factors that affected patients' ability to manage their own catheter. These were education, knowledge, empowerment and...

Identity and the learning experience of non-traditional students undertaking the specialist practitioner qualification

The aim of this research is to examine to what extent an individual's identity influences the learning experience of non-traditional students undertaking the SPQDN..

Management of work stress and burnout among community nurses arising from the COVID-19 pandemic

Burnout is a response to excessive stress at work, resulting in emotional exhaustion, de-personalisation and reduced personal accomplishment (see the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI); Maslach and...

An overview of stoma-related complications and their management

Stoma is a Greek word for mouth or opening, and, for the purposes of this article, only output stomas will be considered, that is, the colostomy, ileostomy and urostomy (Burch and Black, 2017). A...

Use of the National Early Warning Score in community nursing: a scoping review

The findings of this review, where succinctly comparable, are presented in Table 1, and then discussed more fully in narrative organised around the themes that emerged from using the constant...

Long COVID and mental health

Taquet et al (2021a) published the results of their study in the Lancet, which explored the neurological and psychological effect of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. They looked specifically into 6-month...

Improving palliative care access

To do this successfully, an awareness and recognition of the reasons why these groups may be reluctant or find it hard to access services is important.

Growing old and tired?

‘The retention of older district nurses within the workforce will be critical for retaining wisdom and expertise as well as for educating new and replacement registered nurses entering community...

How district nurses can support team wellbeing during the pandemic and beyond

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been rapid expansion of the community nursing caseload. Many of the specialist services have reduced or withdrawn face-to-face care to enable the vulnerable to...

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