SN research: Covid1923 May 2023
Covid-19 was a huge challenge to school nursing. The pandemic, and associated restrictions, accelerated innovative practice and demanded new ways of working.
This study established the impact of pandemic restrictions on school nursing practice. It explored the benefits and challenges to school nurses’ work in supporting vulnerable children, and their work with professional partners. The study considered new ways of working which could be beneficial post-pandemic.
Funded by the General Nursing Council England and Wales Trust, the study is a collaboration between Oxford Brookes University, the University of Birmingham and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Learning from school nursing practices and new ways of working during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study
Written by DRSARAHBEKAERT
School Nurse Perspectives of Working with Children and Young People in the United Kingdom during the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Online Survey Study
School nursing: New ways of working with children and young
people during the Covid-19 pandemic: A scoping review
Written by Georgia Cook | Jane V. Appleton | Sarah Bekaert | Tikki Harrold |
Julie Taylor | Dana Sammut