All Stories

  1. A scoping review of the needs of children and young people with acquired brain injuries and their families
  2. Parents’ and carers’ experiences of transition and aftercare following a child’s discharge from a paediatric intensive care unit to an in-patient ward setting: A qualitative systematic review
  3. Engaging and developing front-line clinical nurses to drive care excellence: Evaluating the Chief Nurse Excellence in Care Junior Fellowship initiative
  4. Assessment tools of immediate risk of self-harm and suicide in children and young people: A scoping review
  5. An exploration of predictors of children's nurses’ attitudes, knowledge, confidence and clinical behavioural intentions towards children and young people who self-harm
  6. Conceptualizing Post Intensive Care Syndrome in Children—The PICS-p Framework*
  7. Children and Young People-Mental Health Safety Assessment Tool (CYP-MH SAT) study: Protocol for the development and psychometric evaluation of an assessment tool to identify immediate risk of self-harm and suicide in children and young people (10–19 ye...
  8. A qualitative, exploratory study of nurses’ decision-making when interrupted during medication administration within the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit
  9. Transition of care from children’s to adult services
  10. Stories of survival: Children’s narratives of psychosocial well-being following paediatric critical illness or injury
  11. Survived so what? Identifying priorities for research with children and families post-paediatric intensive care unit
  12. ‘Our Care through Our Eyes’. Impact of a co-produced digital educational programme on nurses’ knowledge, confidence and attitudes in providing care for children and young people who have self-harmed: a mixed-methods study in the UK
  13. Decision-making and future planning for children with life-limiting conditions: a qualitative systematic review and thematic synthesis
  14. Co-producing a digital educational programme for registered children’s nurses to improve care of children and young people admitted with self-harm
  15. Blended foods for tube-fed children: a safe and realistic option? A rapid review of the evidence
  16. Four oral and poster presentations at the 6th Congress of the EAPS 2016, Geneva, Switzerland
  17. Should out of sight mean out of mind? Challenging the role of paediatric intensive care in understanding and supporting children and families following childhood critical illness
  18. Family-Clinician Communication Within Critical Care Settings
  19. Parents’ and carers’ experiences of transitions and aftercare following a child’s discharge from a pediatric intensive care unit to an inpatient ward setting: a qualitative systematic review protocol
  20. Establishing Patient-centred Outcomes for Acute Inpatient Care of Adolescents With Mental Health Problems
  21. ‘Our Care through Our Eyes’: a mixed-methods, evaluative study of a service-user, co-produced education programme to improve inpatient care of children and young people admitted following self-harm
  22. Interruptions and medication administration in critical care
  23. G217 Transforming children’s nursing within a healthcare organisation through an innovative leadership approach
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  25. Protocol for a longitudinal qualitative study: survivors of childhood critical illness exploring long-term psychosocial well-being and needs—The SCETCH Project
  26. Long-term psychosocial impact reported by childhood critical illness survivors: a systematic review
  27. G59(P) Long-Term Psychological and Social Impact Reported by Childhood Critical Illness Survivors: A Systematic Review and Thematic Synthesis
  28. Characteristics of deaths in paediatric intensive care: a 10-year study