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Catheter

Options for users of intermittent catheters Subscription Required

25-May-2015

There are advantages for single-use and multi-use intermittent catheters; the MultICath study aims to explore the benefits to patients of using both types.

More fluids may help chronic constipation

Managing constipation in older people in hospital Subscription Required

25-May-2015

Older people in hospital are at risk of constipation, which is often poorly managed. Failure to treat the condition can lead to increased morbidity and longer hospital stays.

In many countries, nurses could provide initial assessment and management

Improving continence care around the world Subscription Required

25-May-2015

A review of continence services around the world revealed that a key element in improving care would be the use of trained nurse specialists at the first assessment.

Clinical supervision in a community setting

Clinical supervision in a community setting Subscription Required

25-May-2015

When developing a clinical supervision system for nurses and allied health professionals, a community provider focused on flexibility to meet individual needs.

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Managing indwelling urinary catheters in adults Subscription Required

25-May-2015

Nursing Times Learning has launched a unit on catheter care, focusing on the safe and appropriate use of indwelling urinary catheters to reduce patients’ risk of infection.

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Peter Gill

60 seconds with...Peter Gill

21-May-2015

We talk to Peter Gill, ManVan nurse adviser at Welsh charity Tenovus Cancer Care, who has been a nurse for 30 years.

Emma Munro

'I have a real desire to make patients’ toughest moments more bearable'

13-May-2015

Emma Munro, who qualified in 1989, is head of nursing research at University Hospital Southampton

Paul Phelue

'Be grateful to be a nurse - it is a rewarding profession'

7-May-2015

We talk to Paul Pheleu, who has been a nurse for 24 years. and is currently a charge nurse at Queens Court Care Home in Wimbledon, south London

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Exploring the role of CBT in mental health

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Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy used to treat patients with mental health problems.

This article describes the therapy, explores its history and how it works, and explains who can provide CBT and where it can be practiced.

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  • Define the term cognitive behavioural therapy?
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  • CBT uses two psychological techniques. How would you explain cognitive processing and behavioural strategies to a patient?
  • Who can practice CBT?

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