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Kathryn Godfrey

Kathryn Godfrey

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  • Comment on: How can you prevent patients losing dentures in hospital?

    Kathryn Godfrey's comment 4-Mar-2014 9:41 am

    Hi The engraving sounds a good idea. Unfortunately engraving would not have helped my mother's lost dentures. She was in hospital for many weeks and one day I visited to find the dentures were not in her mouth nor in the pot. The staff to their credit took the missing dentures hunt very seriously and after a through search of the linen skips they were found. They must have fallen out when she was asleep. My sister and I always cleaned them when we visited -- I didn't feel it was something that was done regularly. It's not a very nice task!

  • Comment on: A dog could be someone's only friend

    Kathryn Godfrey's comment 12-Nov-2013 10:04 am

    Hi Glad you agree with the content. With our opinion/blog section with do sometimes use lighter more entertaining headlines to give some variety. Our site offers a range of content --we would not use such a headline for our straightforward clinical/practice content. I have put on inverted commas so it's clearer. I hope our readers enjoy the blog.

  • Comment on: Meet your new Student Nursing Times editors

    Kathryn Godfrey's comment 16-Sep-2013 12:05 pm

    Welcome to Nursing Times. You all sound really interesting -- I am looking forward to hearing more about your experiences and reflections during the year.

  • Comment on: Is interdisciplinary the new multidisciplinary?

    Kathryn Godfrey's comment 27-Nov-2012 9:41 am

    I was going to call it 'Is interdisciplinary the new black?' Glad I didn't now -- enjoying the comments too much

  • Comment on: Let's nap on nights: but not in the bath

    Kathryn Godfrey's comment 8-Nov-2011 5:03 pm

    Yes research does show a negative impact on health from shift work but perhaps napping may help in some way to mitigate against that effect. Whoops yes you are right -- have got my spring forward and fall back etc mixed up. Thanks, have changed it now.

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