Nurses’ perceptions towards the delivery and feasibility of a behaviour change intervention to enhance activity in patients at risk for cardiovascular disease in primary care: a qualitative study

by Heleen Westland, Yvonne Koop, Carin D. Schröder, Marieke J. Schuurmans, P. Slabbers, Jaap C. A. Trappenburg, Sigrid C. J. M. Vervoort

 This study aimed to evaluate nurses’ perceptions towards the delivery and feasibility of the Activate intervention.

17th December 2018 • comment
28th November 2017 • comment
28th November 2017 • comment

GRN events 2017

by GRN coordinator
27th November 2017 • comment

Clinical research nurses are busy people! The Global Health Network Training Centre is therefore designed to offer snappy, practical 'how to' training courses that can be completed within 60-90 minutes, and more specialised modules can be taken over several sessions. However because some nurses don't find it easy to access a computer,

24th November 2017 • comment

Thought-provoking perspectives of becoming a clinical research nurse from South Africa and the United Kingdom

20th January 2017 • comment

The impact of occupational stress on nurses’ caring behaviors and their health related quality of life

by Pavlos Sarafis, Eirini Rousaki, Andreas Tsounis, Maria Malliarou, Liana Lahana, Panagiotis Bamidis, Dimitris Niakas, Evridiki Papastavrou
19th October 2016 • comment

A descriptive analysis of midwifery education, regulation and association in 73 countries: the baseline for a post-2015 pathway

by Sofia Castro Lopes, Andrea Nove, Petra ten Hoope-Bende, Luc de Bernis, Martha Bokosi, Nester T. Moyo, Caroline S. E. Homer
3rd October 2016 • comment

The cacophony of alerts and alarms in a hospital produced by medical devices results in alarm fatigue. The pulse oximeter is one of the most common sources of alarms. One of the ways to reduce alarm rates is to adjust alarm settings at the bedside. This study is aimed to retrospectively examine individual pulse oximeter alarm settings on alarm rates and inter- and intra- patient variability.

3rd June 2016 • comment

Abstract The luncheon for research nurses, supported by the Global Health Trials’ South African faculty and Global Research Nurses, was held at the University of Cape Town on 6 November 2015.  The purpose of the event, which attracted 65research nurses,  was to provide face to face interaction for research nurses and a platform for sharing challenges and triumphs for both UK and South African research nurses.

18th February 2016 • comment