Category list : Clinical research/studies
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Work pressures are the main reason preventing nurses from implementing evidence-based practice, according to a UK nursing researcher, who is calling for protected time for staff.
New research into staffing levels within NHS hospitals has suggested a link between a higher proportion of healthcare assistants per patient and a rise in mortality.
A fall in the provision of one-to-one nursing care of very sick and premature newborns is linked to a higher death rate in neonatal intensive care, according to a UK study.
Sugar solution reduces jab pain in older infantsSubscription
A sugar solution can have a calming and pain relieving effect in infants over the age of one year during vaccination, according to researchers.
A new method for testing bacteria in wounds could in future lead to minimise drug resistance and improve patient outcomes, according to US researchers.
Symptoms of knee instability in older adults may indicate an increased risk of falling that can be treated as a preventive measure, according to a US study.
People with learning disabilities are not always actively involved in research, but inclusive studies can generate findings that are representative of this group of people.
Nurses in management roles should be taught “transformational leadership” skills in order to boost retention of nursing staff in the early stages of their career, suggests a Canadian study.
Cancer death rates in the UK have fallen by nearly 10% over 10 years, according to the latest analysis released on World Cancer Day by a leading charity.
The prevalence of generalised anxiety disorder for older adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is much higher than among those without the condition, according to Canadian researchers.