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Community nurses

Patient decisions in a domiciliary setting

There are numerous reasons why a patient may want, or require, a practitioner's help in making a decision while receiving treatment and care at home. The most obvious need is for information and...

Management of swallowing problems in community settings

Swallowing is a complex activity required to move food from the mouth to the stomach, involving different muscles and nerves working together, and it requires close coordination between digestive and...

Infection prevention in care homes: the role of community nurses

While anyone can acquire an infection, there are some people who are at higher risk, either because of factors specific to the patients or because of the setting within which they find themselves...

Why choose British Journal of Community Nursing?

British Journal of Community Nursing provides clinical education dedicated to nursing in the home. Our goal is to help you develop your skills, improve your practice and manage cases more effectively.

What's included

  • Evidence-based best practice

  • Peer-reviewed research

  • Focus on elderly care and long-term conditions

  • CPD support

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