The nurse's role in promoting non-pharmacological sleep in a children's ward - an evidence-based practice guideline
This poster is a summary of an evidence-based practice guideline, produced by Elijeshca C. Crous, in partial fulfilment of a Master of Nursing in Child Nursing degree, in 2020. For more details/the full guideline, please contact The Children’s Nursing Development Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org
A paper presenting this guideline has been published in Curationis:
Crous, E., & North, N. (2021). Sleep promotion for hospitalised children: Developing an evidence-based guideline for nurses. Curationis, 44(1), 10 pages.
Disclaimer re use: This guideline is recommended for use for five years from the date of the student’s course completion (2020). Beyond the five-year period, the CNDU advise that the guideline be updated by prospective users before implementation in clinical settings. Where possible, revisions should be made in consultation with the author. Changes should be accompanied by a note in the footer that reads: “Revised [date] by [name/s]: [brief summary of change made – e.g., oxygen flow rates revised to reflect WHO recommendation].”