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March 2022 I CONTENTS

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CLINICAL Angina–management of chest pain

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Ian Peate Rare health conditions 56: multiple myeloma, 120 Kaposi’s sarcoma, and phaeochromocytoma Chris Barber

PROFESSIONAL A local stakeholder perspective

126

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

109

Peter Bradley Immunisation: ‘if you were me,

what would you do?’ Linda Nazarko Patient aggression and ways to tackle it

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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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