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On SAGE Insight: What can we learn from the case of Charlie Gard? Perspectives from an inter-disciplinary panel discussio

From Nursing Ethics There are many lessons learnt from the case of Charlie Gard, a positive learning point that emerges from the case is the importance of a multi-lens approach. The case involved differences of opinion regarding what was in … Continue reading

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How has nursing practice developed over the past year?

From mental health to critical care, nursing is a dynamic field of study and practice, one which is continually changing and presenting new challenges and areas for development. In celebration of International Nurses Day we’ve spoken to academics and practitioners … Continue reading

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Perspectives on research impact in nursing

From Journal of Research in Nursing This podcast records Ann McMahon, Editor of Journal of Research in Nursing talking about the recent special issue Perspectives on research impact in nursing. This exploration of research impact makes explicit the links between research in … Continue reading

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