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Issue : 16 June 2008

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  • Work begins on national dementia strategySubscription

    News20 June, 2008

    The government has ordered an immediate review of the prescribing and use of anti-psychotic drugs to treat dementia, under new plans to improve the quality of care of people with the condition.

  • Unions sign up to three-year dealSubscription

    News20 June, 2008

    The first year of the three-year 8% pay deal for nurses and non-medical NHS staff was officially accepted by all but one of the NHS unions yesterday.

  • Top teaching tips for nursesSubscription

    Share nursing ideas18 June, 2008

    Elspeth Raisbeck explains how nurses can fulfil their professional code by using a variety of methods to teach students

  • Systolic readings can simplify blood pressure measurementSubscription

    News20 June, 2008

    Blood pressure measurement could be done more simply and just as accurately using only systolic readings in patients over 50, according to researchers writing online in The Lancet.

  • Student becomes charity burns championSubscription

    News18 June, 2008

    Aimee Carroll, a student HCA at Fairfield General Hospital in Bury, has been chosen as the first ambassador of Manchester Children’s Burns Foundation – a new charity set up last year.

  • Spinal cord injurySubscription

    Clinical17 June, 2008

    Bowel function and spinal cord injury.

  • Rectal irrigationSubscription

    Clinical17 June, 2008

    Articles and guidelines on the application of rectal irrigation

  • Practical proceduresSubscription

    Clinical16 June, 2008

    Nursing Times' popular illustrated series of bowel-related procedures that can be used in clinical and educational settings.

  • Patient records stolen from London hospitalSubscription

    News19 June, 2008

    Computer files containing information of around 20,000 patients have been stolen from a hospital in London.

  • Nurses to be checked against compassion standardsSubscription

    News19 June, 2008

    A range of new benchmark checks on nursing care standards are to be introduced, the government has announced.

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