British Journal of Healthcare Assistants

Archived since June 2014

86 issues

British Journal of Healthcare Assistants (BJHCA) supports the career development of healthcare assistants (HCAs) and assistant practitioners (APs). BJHCA helps to meet the learning outcomes of the Quality and Credit Framework diploma qualifications.

Subscribe to British Journal of Healthcare Assistants for: • Peer-reviewed clinical articles designed to aid your development • Key articles to assist your education and training. BJHCA highlights appropriate training courses and provides in-depth information about future learning and understanding in important areas of practice • Essential up-to-date information on concerns facing HCAs and APs in the workplace • Expert discussion on clinical and professional issues, including articles on the different roles available to HCAs and APs, as well as patient case studies

Improve your knowledge and skills in all areas of practice for all HCAs and APs. Raise your awareness of best practice with highly practical examples, and articles that are packed full of information specifically designed to keep you up-to-date in all the essential topics relevant to healthcare.

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BJHA 15:8

The September 2021 British Journal of Healthcare Assistants (BJHCA) was published 11 September. The cover story, by Linda Nazarko, is in her ‘Healthwise’ series and deals with the importance of remaining active.

Chris Barber’s 50th article on rare health conditions considers ‘making every contact count’, myoclonus-dystonia and Eagle syndrome.

Ian Peate continues his anatomy and physiology series by looking at the endocrine system: regulator of body activities.

In the professional section, Angela Grainger discusses the art of handling difficult conversations. Dominic Kenyon gives a personal slant on navigating post-traumatic stress disorder and work.

In the health matters section, Maggie Ward illuminates her first year as a nursing associate. Following Boris Johnson’s COVID episode, Alan Glasper explains how the UK plans to tackle long COVID. Sarah Jane Palmer also gives a personal perspective on understanding autism in practice.

On the Last Page: retirees admit feeling the negative effect of the pandemic.

Subjects: Business And Professional, Healthcare, Medical Career

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British Journal of Healthcare Assistants (BJHCA) supports the career development of healthcare assistants (HCAs) and assistant practitioners (APs). BJHCA helps to meet the learning outcomes of the Quality and Credit Framework diploma qualifications.

Subscribe to British Journal of Healthcare Assistants for: • Peer-reviewed clinical articles designed to aid your development • Key articles to assist your education and training. BJHCA highlights appropriate training courses and provides in-depth information about future learning and understanding in important areas of practice • Essential up-to-date information on concerns facing HCAs and APs in the workplace • Expert discussion on clinical and professional issues, including articles on the different roles available to HCAs and APs, as well as patient case studies

Improve your knowledge and skills in all areas of practice for all HCAs and APs. Raise your awareness of best practice with highly practical examples, and articles that are packed full of information specifically designed to keep you up-to-date in all the essential topics relevant to healthcare.

  • First Issue: June 2014
  • Latest Issue: September 2021
  • Issue Count: 86
  • Published: Monthly

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