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- PublicationMyringotomy and insertion of grommets as day surgery: a case studyThis evidence based case study will follow a two-year-old child through the nursing assessment on the day of their elective surgery at the children’s hospital; for myringotomy and insertion of grommets under general anaesthesia; through to his arrival accompanied by a parent at the operating room doors. Potential pre-operative problems will be identified and two problems with nursing interventions will be discussed in detail. This case study is based on a real case with any identifiers removed as well as a fictitious name being introduced to preserve anonymity.
- PublicationWhy Should the Welfare of Therapy Animals Involved in Animal Assisted Interventions Matter to Child Healthcare Researchers and Professionals?The rising interest of Human Animal Studies (HAS) within academia is linked to the animal protection movement, debate, and interest in animals as a subject worthy of philosophical and ethical inquiry (DeMello, 2012). The moral considerations of animal welfare were highlighted by two humanistic philosophers, Singer (1975) – Animal Liberation, and Regan (1983) – The Case for Animal Rights. They raised concerns around factory farming, especially in relation to excessive usage of crates to house animals, such as pigs, indoors. The intense confinement practices in agriculture, in the 1970s, raised public awareness on animal welfare in the 1980s and led to further exploration in this area through the study of human-animal relationships (Shapiro, 2020).
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