At a time when practitioners are being called to produce and use evidence in their practice, this book should offer a valuable contribution to that evidence base.
Part 1 – Perspectives on Education – Helen Langdon
Chapter 1 Defining a framework for advancing clincial practice – Faith Giobson and Louise Hooker.
Chapter 2 Specialist nurse: identified professional role or personal agenda? – Jane Hunt.
Chapter 3 The development of nursing roles in a day–care setting – Louise Soanes, Karen Bravery, Julie Bayliss, Faith Gibson and Emmie Parsons.
Chapter 4 Developing clinical competencies – Faith Gibson and Louise Soanes.
Chapter 5 Peace: paediatric education, active contribution, evolution – Julianne Hall, Wilma Stuart and Louise Soanes.
Chapter 6 Developing roles in paediatric oncology: a case study – Monica Hopkins and Karen Selwood.
Part 2 Perspectives on the Service – Janet Williss.
Chapter 7 Setting up an adolescent service – Sue Morgan and Diane Hubber.
Chapter 8 Semen collection in adolescents with cancer – Neil Shaw, Howard Wilford and Beth Sepion.
Chapter 9 Teenagers′ inforamtion needs – Louise Hooker.
Chapter 10 Shared Care – Beth Sepion.
Chapter 11 A survey of staffing levels – Rachel Hollis, Alison Arnfield and Guy Makin.
Part 3 Perspectives on Care Tom Devine.
Chapter 12 A delphi survey: establishing nursing research priorities – Louise Soanes, Faith Gibson, Julie Bayliss and Julia Hannan.
Chapter 13 Development of an oral care protocol – Faith Gibson and Sharon Hayden.
Chapter 14 Cancer–related fatique in teenagers: a journey of discovery – Jackie Edwards, Faith Gibson and Beth Sepion.
Chapter 15 The experience of children with central venous catheter – Linda Sanderson.
Chapter 16 Disease and treatment–related distress among children aged 4–7 years: parent and nurse perceptions – Mariann Hedstrom and Louise von Essen.
Chapter 17 Parental home administration of cytosine chemotherapy – Pippa Chesterfield.