A nurse's role in promoting social capital in children and young people.

This source preferred by Jaqui Hewitt-Taylor, Sarah Hean and Edwin van Teijlingen

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Authors: Hean, S., Hewitt-Taylor, J., Cash, M., Buckley, H. and van Teijlingen, E.

Journal: Nurs Child Young People

Volume: 25

Issue: 1

Pages: 19-23

ISSN: 2046-2336

DOI: 10.7748/ncyp2013.02.25.1.19.s9535

Enabling children's wellbeing by supporting their social networks is an important role of children's nurses. This article presents the concept of social capital as a cognitive tool to help nurses reflect on why and how supporting these networks is important. Through three case studies the authors introduce the attributes of social capital and how these may be applied and inform practice in hospital and community healthcare settings.

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Authors: Hean, S., Hewitt-Taylor, J., Cash, M., Buckley, H. and van Teijlingen, E.

Journal: Nursing children and young people

Volume: 25

Issue: 1

Pages: 19-23

ISSN: 2046-2336

DOI: 10.7748/ncyp2013.02.25.1.19.s9535

Enabling children's wellbeing by supporting their social networks is an important role of children's nurses. This article presents the concept of social capital as a cognitive tool to help nurses reflect on why and how supporting these networks is important. Through three case studies the authors introduce the attributes of social capital and how these may be applied and inform practice in hospital and community healthcare settings.

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Authors: Hean, S., Hewitt-Taylor, J., Cash, M., Buckley, H. and van Teijlingen, E.

Journal: Nursing children and young people

Volume: 25

Issue: 1

Pages: 19-23

eISSN: 2046-2344

ISSN: 2046-2336

Enabling children's wellbeing by supporting their social networks is an important role of children's nurses. This article presents the concept of social capital as a cognitive tool to help nurses reflect on why and how supporting these networks is important. Through three case studies the authors introduce the attributes of social capital and how these may be applied and inform practice in hospital and community healthcare settings.

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