Abstract In 1860 Florence Nightingale wrote: ‘The very alphabet of the nurse is to be able to interpret every change which comes over a patient’s countenance without causing him the exertion of saying what he feels.’ Supplementary chapter in Skretkowicz (ed) 1996: 169 More recent experiences suggest the empathy and skills required for such care […]
WARNING – Contains graphic images of traumatic injury A place where life, love, and loss unfold every single day. All the patients you are about to see were treated in one 24 hour period’. (Channel 4, 2015) This paper will focus on the role of narratives in 24 Hours in A&E (Channel 4, 2015). In […]
An exploration of occupational therapists’ views and experiences of using evidence-based practice to develop professional knowledge in a local authority setting
Introduction: Occupational therapists are expected to engage in evidence-based practice and to be aware of the importance of research as the foundation of the profession’s evidence base. This appears to be the first study that has explored local authority occupational therapists’ views and experiences of evidence-based practice and how they use it to develop professional […]
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