Nursing Standard Series

During late 2014 and early 2015 the Nursing Standard published a series of five articles written by Dr Iain Atherton and Dr Richard Kyle on how insights from the social sciences, and specifically the concept of biogeography drawn from geographical thought, can enhance nursing practice and education by cultivating spirits of empathy, engagement and enquiry. Links to these articles can be found below:

Article 1: Learn to see patients in their own world
(Introducing Social Science)

Article 2: Habitat and health: why place matters
(Introducing Biogeography)

Article 3: How empathy skills can change nursing
(Spirit of Empathy)

Article 4: By reaching out we can change worlds
(Spirit of Engagement)

Article 5: Stepping outside your comfort zone
(Spirit of Enquiry)