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Reflecting on practice and critical incidents is valuable, but complex frameworks can be hard to remember. A new model has been created to simplify the process.
Upper limb weakness following stroke has a negative impact on daily living and quality of life but the evidence for interventions is limited.
Involving all staff in strategies to improve hydration among residents enabled a care home to reduce health problems and improve the general atmosphere in the home.
A study compared dehydration levels of older hospital patients arriving from care homes with those living in their own homes and found care home residents at increased risk.
Being in critical care can have negative effects on patients but implementing rehabilitation strategies at an early stage can aid long-term recovery.
Learning disability nursing? What’s that about? Well, that’s not real nursing is it? Oh you mean mental health? No.
Irene Hall reflects on her 50 years in the NHS and what has changed during that time
We talk to Sarah Richardson, charge nurse at the psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU), Kingsley Green, Hertfordshire.
We talk to Helen Janiszewski, ward sister at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust, who qualified as a midwife in 2003.
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