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■ Twenty four projects nationwide received government funding to improve child mental health services. ■ These initiatives are expected to deliver innovative changes and enhanced inter professional working. ■ This preliminary evaluation in Norfolk suggests early intervention can offer...
■ This study sought to understand parents' experiences of deciding to have their child immunised. ■ A qualitative method was used, involving semi-structured interviews with a purposive sample of 13 parents. ■ Parents identified feelings associated with risk, including those of worry, fear,...
■ Children's community nursing is a relatively new service to provide nursing care to children in the community. ■ Collaboration between new services and established community services is necessary to ensure children receive care from the most appropriate service. ■ The views of health...
■ Bereavement is a stressor that affects not only the child but also the whole family. ■ Children need time and support to come to terms with their grief. ■ Current evidence suggests that professionals feel ill equipped to deal with these issues. ■ Inter-professional, multi-agency...
■ Adolescents distinctive health problems, such as, risks attached to unprotected sex, are cause for concern to all children's nurses ■ Peers play a crucial role in the psychological and social development of most adolescents. ■ Peer education can be used as a health promotion strategy with...
■ This study examined the ideas and beliefs about the care of children in Accident and Emergency (A&E) among a group of experienced nurses. ■ The study was set in a single A&E department, during a time when a new paediatric area was being developed. ■ Semi-structured interviews were used to...
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