Issue : 13 October 2009
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Older people require assessment of bowel and bladder function problems
Automated technology to monitor vital signs has emerged as a contested area in the drive to maintain standards of patient observation.
A national initiative to reduce central venous catheter associated bloodstream infections (CABSI) is set to be launched in December, Nursing Times has learnt.
Colchester nurses join the processionSubscription
Neonatal sister Sheila Dempsey was one of a group of nurses from Colchester General Hospital who took part in the Essex town’s carnival last month.
An outline of the factors nurses need to consider when preparing homeless people for discharge from hospital
An outline of the implications for nursing practice emerging from a study that explored symptoms and experience of urinary incontinence in women
Health visitors are receiving “insufficient” training on using the electronic patient records system, according to latest survey results.
How taking on a mothering role can lead to less effective care and advocacy for patients Subscription
The treatment of a patient and attitudes towards him raised questions about the nursing role, and gender and age differences between nurses and patients
Janice Sigsworth on why the profession needs to agree priorities for its future and deliver them
Nursing students from a London university will no longer be placed at the largest NHS trust in England, after it was replaced with a provider with a bigger research profile.