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Preparing to roll out school-based immunisations: Best practice tips

‘… it is also important to have clinic sessions arranged for evenings and weekends. This is to support young people who were not happy to be vaccinated at school or who have missed the school...

Nursing associate apprentices' experiences of caring on the frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic

The Department of Health announced the development of the nursing associate role as a strategy to address the nurse workforce shortfall in England (Willis, 2015). Currently, the UK is facing severe...

Talking to children about death dying and bereavement – Is it time for a change in the school curriculum?

‘We … know that children often worry that their parents or those close to them may die. Therefore, why do we not talk more openly with children?’ .

Trauma informed education for specialist practice

School nurses have a key public health role through the universal and targeted services they provide across education and health, providing a link between school, home and the community (Royal College...

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