Could embracing the ‘slow movement’ help manage change?

Dr Joanna Smith, Lecturer Children’s Nursing, University of Leeds and Associate Editor Evidence Based Nursing @josmith175              Developed counties are facing an ageing population, unprecedented advancements in medical technology, changing disease profiles and the influence of lifestyle choices on health and well-being, and increased patient expectations, which are challenging the future […]

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Improving Care: One Small Step at a Time

Kirsten Huby, Lecturer in Children’s Nursing, School of Healthcare, University of Leeds @KirstenHuby As healthcare and patient needs change, so too must nursing and nurses to meet new and increasingly complex needs. The move to an all-graduate profession is critical to ensuring the nursing workforce is prepared to meet these new demands and challenges (RCN, […]

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Learning disability nurse education: the impact on patent care

By Niall Dew, Head of Practice Education for the Department of Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield will be leading this week’s ENB twitter chat on Wednesday the 15th of April between 8-9pm UK time focusing on ‘the impact of learning disability nurse education on patent care.’ Participating in the twitter chat requires a Twitter account; […]

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Pain management: the use of Patient Controlled Analgesic Systems

Sharon Wood, Lecturer in Pain Care, University of Leeds will be leading this week’s ENB twitter chat on Wednesday the 1st of April January between 8-9pm UK time focusing on ‘the use of patient controlled analgesic systems’. Participating in the twitter chat requires a Twitter account; if you do not already have one you can […]

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Using health promotion theory with patients

Nova Corcoran, University of South Wales will be leading this week’s ENB twitter chat on Wednesday the 18th of February between 8-9pm focusing on ‘5 Quick ways to use health promotion theory with patients’. Participating in the twitter chat requires a Twitter account; if you do not already have one you can create an account […]

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Non-Pharmacological Approaches for Alleviating Distress in Dementia Care

Gary Mitchell, Dementia Care Advisor and Joanne Agnelli, Dementia Services Quality Manager for Four Seasons Health Care,  will be leading the next ENB TWITTER chat on Wednesday 21st January 8-9pm UK time, and will focus on non-pharmacological approaches for alleviating distress in dementia care. In order to participate in the EBN twitter chat, if you do not […]

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Perinatal mental health disorders

Charlotte Kenyon, Senior Lecturer and Midwife, University of Huddersfield will be leading this week’s ENB twitter chat on Wednesday the 7th of January between 8-9pm focusing on ‘perinatal mental health disorders’.  Participating in the twitter chat requires a Twitter account; if you do not already have one you can create an account at www.twitter.com. Once […]

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