March 2022 I CONTENTS
CLINICAL Angina–management of chest pain
Ian Peate Rare health conditions 56: multiple myeloma, 120 Kaposi’s sarcoma, and phaeochromocytoma Chris Barber
PROFESSIONAL A local stakeholder perspective
on nursing associate training Steve Robertson, Rachel King, Sara Laker, Emily Wood, Michaela Senek, Angela Tod and Tony Ryan What makes a good nursing handover? 134 David Stonehouse Evaluating a psychological support service 144 focused on the needs of critical care and theatre staff in the first wave of COVID-19 Katie Herron, Grainne Lonergan, Susan Travis, Patricia Rowan, Jane Hutton, Laura Kelly, Declan Jordan, Jane Beattie, Peter Hampshire, Julia McCarthy, Sue Ryan, Hoo See Tsang
HEALTH MATTERS Editorial: Mind how you go
Peter Bradley Immunisation: ‘if you were me,
what would you do?’ Linda Nazarko Patient aggression and ways to tackle it
Sarah Jane Palmer Last page. Royal College of Midwives calls 154 for NHS cultural shift to improve maternity safety Royal College of Midwives
120 Rare disease: phaeochromocytoma
134 What is a good nursing handover?
138 Tackling patient aggression
British Journal of Healthcare Assistants March 2022 Vol 16 No 3 107
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